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Welcome to Hotels in Canterbury
We offer a comfortable and relaxing home from home, perfectly located to enjoy the delights of the city. Just ten minutes walk to the city centre with the cathedral, shops and narrow streets, and with an abundance of restaurants and traditional pubs nearby. We are essentially a bed and breakfast guest accommodation with our own car park for our guests. We pride ourselves on serving a traditionally cooked complimentary full English breakfast all included within the room price. We have family, double, twin and single bedrooms, and a four poster bed, all en-suite, available at competitive prices.
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 easily reached by road, rail or sea, and has been welcoming visitors for thousands of years. The Norman cathedral still dominates the skyline as you approach the city, giving 21st century visitors the same sense of awe as their medieval counterparts. Making a pilgrimage was an important part of medieval life and pilgrim's flocked to the city to visit the shrine of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Becket, who was murdered in his cathedral. Today Canterbury still welcomes visitors from all four corners of the globe and has, with its many ancient buildings, shops, bars and restaurants, retained both an old world charm and a cosmopolitan vitality.