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Thanington Hotel
140 Wincheap
Canterbury
Kent

CT1 3RY | View map

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This superior Georgian Bed and Breakfast Hotel, with its beautiful, spacious and tranquil accommodation, is only minutes walk to the City centre and Cathedral.

An oasis in a busy tourist city, we invite you to relax, and enjoy the comfort and facilities of this special hotel. 15 spacious en-suite bedrooms, queen-size four posters and Victorian antique bedsteads for added luxury. Drawing room, intimate residents bar and elegant breakfast rooms. Indoor heated swimming pool, snooker room and pretty walled garden with patio. Secure private car park and garages.

Ideally located for exploring the seaside towns and famous castles and gardens of Kent. Channel terminals and Tunnel 30 minutes. Gatwick 60 minutes.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Diamonds
ETB 5 Diamonds Gold Award
RAC 5 Diamonds Sparkling Diamond and Warm Welcome Award
Number of Rooms: 15
Number Ensuite: 15
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