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With a 24-hour front desk, this hotel offers free breakfasts and a modern restaurant. Holiday Inn Express Canterbury is located in Upper Harbledown, just outside historic Canterbury. Breakfast was fresh, plentiful, very good quality. a great set up for our day.
With a 4-star rating, this characteristic pub with an open fire and beams offers home cooked cuisine. Very clean, good parking, great breakfast and a PUB for dinner. I would stay here again.
Dating back to 1438, the historic Cathedral Gate is in the heart of Canterbury. Excellent location; a quite spatious room; very tidy hotel, both room an facilities; nice and...
In the private and peaceful grounds of Canterbury Cathedral, this stylish lodge offers free Wi-Fi, hearty breakfasts and scenic views. Canterbury’s historic center is a 2 minute walk away. The breakfast was excellent with a wide variety of choices.
The Hugo - Hotel Concept Canterbury is offering room-only accommodations on Canterbury High Street. I loved the location. It made moving around the city easy.
Just yards from Canterbury’s medieval West Gate, this charming building dates back to 1403. The private parking, provision of a ground floor room and wet room, full of character and the...
Within Canterbury’s historic city walls, ABode Canterbury is just 984 feet from Canterbury Cathedral. Great Location, right in town, loved it, we got upgraded to a much larger room, loved it.
Located within the Roman city walls of historic Canterbury’s center, this family-run hotel dates back to the 16th century. It offers free WiFi, and a cozy, oak-beamed bar. Location very central, great beds and shower, nice breakfast and very friendly staff.
In 2 acres of landscaped gardens, Abbots Barton Hotel has a traditional restaurant and elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi. The hotel is just outside Canterbury center, half a mile from Canterbury... Excellent location, 10 min walk from the old town.
A short walk from Canterbury city center and its world-famous Cathedral, this privately-owned hotel is set within a Victorian townhouse, amid 2 acres of well-maintained grounds. We had a fabulous time at the Ebury. The staff were friendly, professional and helpful.
Petros Court Canterbury Christchurch University offers 5-star student accommodations, awarded by VisitEngland, in Canterbury's historic center. Just outside the city wall but easy to walk everywhere in town.
Surrounded by 300 acres of parkland with a labyrinth and nature trails, this 5-star VisitEngland campus-graded accommodations offers en suite single rooms with tea and coffee making facilities and... Lovely campus, very nice single room with private bath, staff were helpful, incredibly clean, quiet.
Surrounded by 300 acres of parkland with a labyrinth and nature trails, this 4-star VisitEngland campus graded accommodations offers en suite double rooms with tea and coffee making facilities and... Nice place. Good, close access to the visit areas. Good value for money
If you want to view a fabulous Gothic Cathedral with historic roots, don't come to Canterbury unless you want to pay £25 for a peek at it. ( £12.50 each - if you are a couple - it's £25) we travelled around Europe this summer, and visited Rheims Cathedral in France (free) Ulm Minster (free) . . Munich frauenkirche (free) Salzburg cathedral (free) at all of these places, we left a donation. but at Canterbury. £25. for heavens sake !. that's taking the mickey. of course they'll say - they need to pay for the upkeep. but so does every other Cathedral in Europe. They all seem to manage it without resorting to price gouging. so, Canterbury Cathedral . . . ?? we just skipped it.
Didn't go in, far too expensive (£12 per adult!). An attendant claimed that they didn't get any money from the state nor the church, which if true, is outrageous as the upkeep of such a landmark of this kind of historical significance ought to be paid for by government funding (instead of the Royal Family's lifestyle!!!!) and ought to be free to the public! Never heard of a cathedral before that charged an entry fee!!!!! Religion has indeed become an expensive business!
Expensive entrance fee at £12.50 per adult but worth seeing. Fantastic display of suspended lights creating a boat shape above the nave. Am so pleased to have at last seen Thomas Beckett’s memorial, as ‘modern’ as it is! Loved the ‘floating’ body made of rusty nails in the crypt and the brilliant, gigantic wooden war horse memorial outside.
An impressive building with interesting history. Very helpful guides inside for helful info. Not cheap though at £12.50 - though as we stayed at the Lodge it was free. Some of the glass installations are fascinating. We went early and it was empty, was looking to get busy by the time we left at lunch.
A beautiful cathedral, make sure you sit a while in the old herb garden, one of the oldest parts of the cathedral, and the outdoor cafe. People have worshipped God in this place for over a thousand years.
You don't have to be religious to admire this beautiful piece of architecture still under refurbishment but once you are inside explore the catechisms, it is not just a cathedral for worship it's a school that is still functioning today it's a place of History not just political but military as well
The location was incredible! Literally right next to the Canterbury Cathedral gate. It also faces a great little square which had many restaurants and lots of activity. My room was not facing the street but that was preferred as it was quiet and peaceful. The view from my room was of neighboring buildings but I found this view to be charming enough! They had an option for full breakfast but I simply had complimentary breakfast of toast and yogurt.
Lovely historic structure that "looked like Old Canterbury"; beautiful setting; easy walk to the "old town" & Canterbury Cathedral. The breakfast selection was excellent.
Breakfast was delicious with continental options as well as several hot options available. Walking distance to train stations and Canterbury Cathedral.
Breakfast the 'The very Best' Canterbury Cathedral is being cleaned inside and out so lots of noise every day
The worldwide renowned Canterbury cathedral is worth the visit, although the ticket is not exactly cheap. It stands out as a magnificent example of gothic architecture, and it is definitely worth the visit to the city by its own. Despite being small, the town center is pleasant to walk along, and there are dozens of nice restaurants to enjoy at night.