Recommended hotels in Canterbury
From$80Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 43 Opinions
Conveniently located within easy access from the M2 Junction 7 on the A2, this business and conference hotel is just 10 minutes west of the centre of Canterbury. England's most famous cathedral city of Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site sits on the River Stour in one of the most attractive corners of rural Kent. It is an ideal base from which to visit Dover and the Channel Tunnel, the Kent countryside or shopping malls such as 'Lakeside' and 'Bluewater'. The M20 (M25/M26) and M2 (A2) motorways are close by for easy access to London, all parts of southern England and mainland Europe. Guests will find shops in the centre of town, which is around 7 km away, whilst the train station is roughly 9 km from the establishment. Nearby airports include London City (94 km), London Gatwick (107 km), London Heathrow (122 km) and Southampton Airport (213 km).This family-friendly business hotel is fully air-conditioned and comprises a total of 89 guest rooms spread across 2 storeys. Guests are welcomed into a lobby with 24-hour check-out service and a hotel safe, and on-site facilities include a breakfast room and a dining room. Meanwhile, whether planning a presentation, a board meeting or even an interview, the comfortable, well-equipped meeting rooms mean guests can conduct their business in affordable style. The largest room capacity is of 36 seats in theatre style and the smallest room capacity is 15 seats in banquet style. Guests arriving by car can leave their vehicles in the nearby car park.Guest rooms are all non-smoking and are twin or double rooms with a sofa bed. Each room has a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, a telephone, a hairdryer and an en suite bathroom with a shower. Internet access and satellite/cable TV also feature.A complimentary continental breakfast is served each morning and a limited menu dinner service is available in the evenings (fees apply).See more
From$123Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 2 Opinions
The hotel lies on the River Stour, beside the remains of the ancient water mill in central Canterbury. It is 500 metres from the Marlowe Theatre, next to St Radigund's car park. Canterbury Cathedral is just a 5-minute walk away and the seaside city of Margate can be reached by car in just over half an hour. London Gatwick Airport is around 120 km from the hotel and London City Airport is just under an hour and a half hours' drive.Built in 1826 and renovated in 2012, this charming old pub includes 10 en suite guest rooms and a bridal suite. The hotel has a restaurant and local ales are served in the pub. Luggage storage is available. There is a designated smoking area in the pub as well as a garden. Wireless Internet access is available.The guest rooms are comfortable and relaxing. They offer an en suite bathroom with hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, TV, Internet access, tea and coffee making facilities and central heating.Canterbury Golf Club is within 3 km of the hotel.Bar meals are served all day. À la carte lunch and dinner are served in the restaurant.On the river Stour, 500 metres from the Marlowe Theatre, next to St Radigunds car park.See more
From$127Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 16 Opinions
This hotel is situated in the centre of Canterbury close to the cathedral.Built in 1403, this hotel comprises a total of 46 rooms, including 3 suites. The hotel also offers guests a bar and a lounge. There is a complimentary car park for residents. The rooms come with a bathroom with hairdryer.Traditional English breakfast is served in the restaurant.By Car: Once in Canterbury, follow the brown signs for St Dunstan's area hotels. At the mini roundabout turn right and follow the road towards the Westgate Tower. The Falstaff Hotel is located on the left hand side.See more
From$151Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 2 Opinions
Quietly situated, this hotel is to be found close to the Bluewater shopping centre and the city of Rochester that offers many historical sights of interest as well as Chatham Dockside. The closest stop for public transport lies directly in front of the hotel. Both Stansted and Gatwick airports are 50 min drive away.This welcoming conference hotel comprises 100 rooms spread over 3 floors. Guests are offered a lobby with a 24-hour reception, a currency exchange counter, hotel safes, a cloakroom and lifts. A bar and an acclaimed air-conditioned à la carte restaurant are available. A conference rooms and a public Internet terminal are also on offer. Room and laundry services round up the offerings and those arriving by car may make use of the car parking spaces.The pleasantly designed rooms all feature a bathroom, a hairdryer, an Internet connection, a radio, a direct dial telephone and satellite/ cable TV.The outdoor complex features a sun terrace. Relaxation options are available in the form of a sauna, a solarium, a steam room, a Jacuzzi, a massage service as well as spa treatments. Guests are also invited to make use of the gym, tennis court and aerobics sessions.Guests are invited to serve themselves from the respective buffets at breakfast, lunch and in the evening. Lunch and the evening meal can also be taken à la carteSee more
The hotel overlooks the River Stour and is just an 8-minute walk into the centre of Sandwich. The establishment is a perfect option for golf lovers, being surrounded by golf courses such as the Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club, which is situated in the Cinque Port of Sandwich, a medieval historic town 18 minutes' drive away. London Gatwick Airport is about 180 km away. This traditional yet modern design hotel has en-suite rooms. The Old Dining Room restaurant offers seasonal lunch and dinner menus. The individually designed rooms have a superb blend of chic, modern and traditional features. The bar serves excellent light meals. The Old Dining Room serves wonderful à la carte lunch and dinner. The evening meal can also be selected from a set menu.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.