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B and Bs in Folkestone

Wycliffe Hotel
63 Bouverie Road West
Folkestone
Kent

CT20 2RN | View map

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This beautiful, comfortable, family run hotel is situated in a peaceful setting with its own garden for residents use. One of the very few in the area with a large, free, private off-road car park.
Situated in the desirable west end of Folkestone overlooking Trinity Gardens and the picturesque Trinity Church, we are only a brief stroll from the town centre and the Leas promenade, yet the Channel Tunnel and Dover ferries are only 10 or 15 minutes away by car, making it ideal for anyone en route to the continent.

Built in the 1890s as a gentleman's residence, this fine example of a Victorian house, updated and modernised over the years, still retains much of its original charm. Evening meals are available in our licenced restaurant. Meals are all cooked to order to suit your individual taste; therefore prebooking is essential to ensure that your selection can be met. We also have a residents' bar and private garden for the comfort and convenience of our guests. We offer a warm welcome to all visitors, whether staying for a short break or looking for longer term residence, whilst working in the area.

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Credit Cards Accepted
Evening Meal Provided
Licensed
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
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Garden

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