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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.
Beautiful city but the vagrancy was a disappointment. People who were half nsked, drunk and dirty wandering through the. Streets next to your srs international stdrhts, families. The council needs to enforce tourist zone and isolate groups who are... well obviously high.
It i a beautiful structure at the entrance to the Cathedral grounds but it does get very crowded with groups meeting at the entrance and others waiting to pay to get into the Cathedral.. Hence I would suggest going at an odd time when there are not so many people about
Into the shower and Climb The Winding stairs to the top for a fantastic view at the main street of Canterbury and of the cathedral then once you have finished in the Westgate take a walk through the gardens or a boat trip on the River