Recommended hotels in Canterbury
From$116Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 2 Opinions
This hotel enjoys a prime setting in Canterbury. The hotel offers a great choice for business and leisure travellers visiting the city. The hotel is situated within walking distance of a host of shopping opportunities, dining options and entertainment venues. Guests will find themselves surrounded by a host of attractions and local points of interest. This hotel exudes a traditionally-inspired exterior, accompanied by a tranquil, endearing interior. The guest rooms are classically decorated, featuring modern amenities and soothing, natural tones. The hotel offers a range of facilities, catering to the needs of each individual guest.See more
From$178Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 12 Opinions
This city hotel enjoys a great central location within the ancient city walls. Only minutes from Canterbury Cathedral (a world heritage site), it is the perfect base from which to explore the city and enjoy its shops, historic sites and traditional architecture. Guests will find links to the public transport network just metres from the hotel and the nearest airport is London City Airport, 97 km away. London Gatwick Airport and London Heathrow are located 106 km and 146 km away, respectively.This 72-room hotel offers stylish boutique accommodation that has been beautifully designed and refurbished. The old wooden beams and traditional fabric of the ancient historic building have been successfully maintained, while contemporary design features and modern comforts have been added with a touch of understated British style. Fully air-conditioned, the hotel welcomes guests into a lobby with a 24-hour reception and check-out service, safe, cloakroom and lift access. There is a café, pub and restaurant on site and business guests will appreciate the conference facilities and Internet access. Room and laundry services are available and guests arriving by vehicle can make use of the hotel car park (fees apply).The contemporary-style guestrooms are rated Comfortable, Desirable, Enviable and Fabulous. All are well-equipped with the following amenities: trademark ABode features including Vi-Spring beds, an en suite bathroom with a monsoon shower, bathtub, luxury toiletries and a hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, a personal DVD player and state-of-the-art LCD TV. All rooms also feature Internet access, a safe, an ironing set, tea and coffee making facilities and individually regulated air conditioning and heating units. Some of the rooms have imaginative wet rooms and baths integrated into living areas, and the Fabulous suite enjoys a rooftop terrace with stunning views over the roofs of Canterbury across to the cathedral.See more
Quietly situated in the charming village of Canterbury, this delightful hotel is peacefully set amidst 2 acres of tranquil, landscaped gardens. Guests will find themselves in the ideal setting from which to explore the delights of the renowned area of Canterbury, the Cathedral and the superb shops and restaurant dotted along the historical streets. Guests can explore the intrinsic beauty of the area through country walks, and can enjoy river and sea fishing, as well as clay pigeon shooting nearby. The hotel's guest rooms are superbly appointed, and offer a refreshing ambience and modern amenities for added comfort and convenience. Both business and leisure travellers alike will be impressed by the hotel's selection of excellent facilities.See more
Information about Canterbury
The English city of Canterbury is located near London, in the county of Kent, on the River Stour. The city is world famous for its important cathedral and, as the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury, the spiritual head of the Church of England, it is a major religious centre. The area's attractions include Canterbury Castle, a very ancient construction, built soon after the 11th century Battle of Hastings. The castle later became a prison, and now it is a museum and an excellent spot for a walk. A must-see is Canterbury Cathedral, a striking piece of architecture and an important religious building. Other places to visit are the Canterbury Environment Centre, an exhibition centre that hosts events and exhibitions related to the history, culture and environment of this historic city. Also of interest is the Canterbury Roman Museum, where many Roman finds from the area can be seen. This small city has many art galleries and parks and gardens where visitors can enjoy being in the outdoors and participate in the many recreational activities available.