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Set in peaceful landscaped gardens, Holiday Inn Dover is just 10 minutes from Dover’s bustling Ferry Port and famous White Cliffs. It has free parking, a gym, and a themed restaurant.
Really lovely facilities, we stayed as a drop off near the port. We would happily visit again, the staff we very friendly and supportive. The room was nice and clean, and comfortable also.
Set in River, Royal Oak offers 3-star accommodations with a restaurant, a bar and a garden. The units in the hotel are fitted with a coffee machine.
The room was very nice and the whole facility including the pub remodeled during covid. The real gem were the staff and very friendly local people in the pub. We had dinner there the night we arrived and a gentleman we made friends with had the cook come out of the kitchen and commit to cook my husband a beef pie because that is what he was hoping to have (it was not listed on the menu). The food was delicious and service great. Breakfast was also exceptional the next morning, cooked to order. The bed was comfy and room quiet even though over the pub. There was a nice patio outside to sit if desired and parking available. It had everything we needed.
Opposite Dover Priory Railway Station and well-placed for the ferry port and cruise ship terminals, this modern style self-service guest house offers nonsmoking clean accommodations to discerning...
A very nice building, a cosy room, a comfortable bed, an extremely helpful lady, fresh flowers in the room, complimentary kit tea coffee, very near the station, very good quality for price.
A warm welcome awaits you at this family-run guest house that rests at the edge of Dover. Free Wi-Fi is available and each room has a flat-screen TV.
Friendly staff, wonderfull service, great place to stay. We took the option to add breakfast at the location. Breakfast was excellent. This is not a hotel. It is a Guesthouse. It became our home away from home for two days. We will stay here the next visit to Dover. Thanks to the owners for the wonderfull service
A 5-minute walk from the port of Dover and Dover Castle, this lovely guest house serves a full English breakfast and has free WiFi for guests.
The hotel is so well located and the room we had - the Dover room was magnificent! Really nice size, so well maintained! The wife and I absolutely loved the room! It had everything u could ask for, some lovely cupboards, a super comfy bed and a nice well appointed washroom. They had taken so much care with covid related precautions and it was the little things that made the difference.. (like the key being disinfected and kept ready for us in a bowl). Lastly, definitely have breakfast here - it was excellent! We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves here and will definitely be coming back and recommending this to all our friends and family! The one I thing we felt bad about was that we were the only ones staying.. I really do hope people come back to stay here!
Awarded 4 stars by one of Britain's most prestigious travel guides, Maison Dieu Guest House is set close to Dover’s White Cliffs and 5 minutes’ drive from Dover's Ferry and Cruise Ship Terminal.
The owner, Sarah, is a star! It's the perfect location to stay in Dover. Room, service - everything extraordinary.
This family-run guest house has won multiple awards and is the only accommodations provider in Dover with 4 stars and the much coveted Gold Award.
The breakfast was delicious! The owner could not have been better. Loved her! Staff great!
0.9 mi from Dover Beach, Longfield Guest House is set in Dover and provides rooms with free WiFi. Built in 1920, the property is within 1.5 mi of Dover Ferry Port and 1.7 mi of Dover Castle.
Pleasant welcome, good quiet room overlooking the car park at the back of the house, comfy beds, all facilities worked fine and altogether a hassle-free overnight stay before getting to the ferry next morning (a few easy minutes by car).
The Clare House is a highly recommended Victorian guesthouse, centrally located near ports and historical attractions. We have been awarded a 3-Diamond rating by the AA and Tourist Board.
The room was very clean and roomy. The morning breakfast was excellent. The manager very friendly and accommodating. It has easy access to the train station and within reasonable walking distance of the castle and ocean.
Dover is famous for the white cliffs which would have been a striking sight to the Romans as they advanced on England. They decided to construct a port at this strategic spot and it has held an important role ever since. Ferries to Calais and Dunkirk cross the English Channel several times daily and some brave souls even manage to swim across.
A Roman lighthouse still stands atop a hill overlooking the port, but is easily missed as it was incorporated into Saxon St Mary de Castro Church as the bellower. It is found within the grounds of 13th-century Dover Castle, one of England’s largest castles, whose multi-level ramparts sit above tunnels where the World War II Dunkirk evacuation was planned.
Another Roman monument is the Painted House whose remains include some of the best-preserved Roman murals north of Italy. Even older is the Bronze Age boat displayed in Dover Museum.
The Dover Transport Museum showcases vintage vehicles, and the Blériot Memorial marks the spot where the first airplane to fly across the Channel first touched English soil. A path runs along the top of the nearby cliffs, while at their feet is a shingle beach.
The Dover accommodation on Booking.com includes luxury hotels with pools, cheap inns and B&Bs near the train station.
Dover is a very busy port town but also a town full of interesting history. We loved walking out along the pier, watching the ferries come in & go out, we enjoyed visiting Dover Castle very much, it is well worth putting a day aside to visit the castle and we found the town centre to contain everything we needed for our visit; minimart, chemist, shoe shop, pubs, restaurants & coffee shops. It’s small enough to walk everywhere & plenty to do. There’s a great walk along the famous white cliffs which we ran out of time to do but we’d like to come back one day & see more of this great town. In all, Dover is a bit rough around the edges but a very interesting town to visit, especially if you like boats, the seaside & history.
Plenty to do in Dover and with travel issues (traffic and train strikes) well worth reducing the stress and planning a day in Dover. Premier Inn offered (online reservation) for Bag stashers. Local museum has amazing Bronze age boat! Dover castle has so many different historic periods covered - Roman lighthouse, Plantagenet castle and World war II hospital / headquarters - allow plenty of time.
Dover is really undergoing a regeneration process, the beach are is very popular and the marina is just lovely. The town itself is very run down indeed and we avoided it this time. We did spend a lot of time walking on the beach and enjoying the lovely atmosphere.
We went to Dover to catch the ferry. Booked the 'whole flat' as it was near the port. The place was disgusting and we couldn't stay. We moved to a very near Travelodge which was cheaper and brilliant. Clean, friendly and efficiently run. Would def go back there. Dover has been upgraded and looked much nicer than on previous trips year's ago.
Dover Castle was very interesting, we had a chance to walk two of the three underground facilities, so better get there early. Our visit was during winter so if you're visiting at that time of the year better be prepared to get up early and do most of things before 16:00, after that, most things will shut down. No idea what summer schedules go. Everything is near Dover, in Kent county, so you might as well stay there and drive to your next adventure.
Dover is a quaint place to visit, Dover Castle is an attraction, as is the beach. The Cliffs will need time to visit, and you cant drive passed to see. It seems the town is going through tougher times, which together with time of year, made a nice, quiet visit.
Very nice place with a great view over Dover. Very quiet thanks to its situation far from the centre and the main road. Very nice welcoming by Margaret and her husband who kindly proposed me to carry my suitcase into my room as there are steep stairs to get there. Lovely breakfast. Very cosy, clean and quiet room and entrance locked with security code. Nice little private car park below the hotel.
The little room off the kitchen is really nice. Their patience with us was great. We came on the ferry from Calais that was late getting into Dover and the hostel’s door takes a code they give you as well as a coded door receptacle to get in your room. With these codes you don’t need to see the staff, if you come after hours.
Room was simple but comfortable. We arrived late because of traffic issues so we didn't get to see much of the town around the hotel. Staff was friendly and accommodating. Parking was nice since it was just in front of the hotel. Very close to Dover castle which we ended up visiting.
Nice room with all the necessary amenities, good location within walking distance to pretty much everything important in Dover. It was all made even better by John, the concierge, who is a great storyteller and very enthusiastic and knowledgeable about the area and the history of Dover!
We had a late ferry crossing and just wanted to get to out hotel quickly and easily that first night. The Holiday inn is about a 7 minute drive from Dover port, right off the main road, with plentiful parking. Our room was large and very clean. The beds were very comfortable.
good location on the edge of dover-handy overnight pad before the ferry. car-park at the side of the hotel with a reasonable area for an afternoon drink. inside, a pleasant old- fashioned lounge/bar with decent real ale.
The proximity to Dover Castle was unreal. We were able to have a flexible check-in and the staff took great care of us. The Georgian room was great for a romantic getaway. Excellent place to stay in Dover.
Proximity to the railway station. Everything expected was provided and the room was very clean, although very compact. Well priced compared to the local chain hotels eg Premier Inn.
Lovely atmosphere and very cute hotel! The location was amazing, was in walking distance to the train station and downtown Dover. The staff were lovely and super helpful!
Centrally located! Good breakfast! Stayed one night before a cruise out of Dover port!
1. In Dover. 2. Plenty parking space, although far from the hotel
View of Dover castle