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Inns in Capel le Ferne

Lighthouse
Old Dover Road
Capel le Ferne
Kent

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The Lighthouse Inn is set atop the White Cliffs of Dover, just outside Folkestone. Located in the picturesque village of Capel-le-Ferne, on the Old Dover Road, it has stunning panoramic views across the channel; France can be seen on a clear day.

You are invited to visit and stay in one of our 12 en suite rooms; they are clean, airy, comfortable and stylish. Many of the rooms have an uninterrupted sea view and many others have "sea glimpses". Family rooms, twin rooms and double rooms, all en suite are available. All rooms have televisions, hairdryers and tea and coffee making facilities.

Other facilities include: two bars; two function rooms; private lodge with own garden; real ales; local food and late checkout if needed.

Discounted rates are offered to group bookings. we have a pet friendly lodge that can sleep 6 with its own private garden and separate entrance. Please contact us to discuss your requirements, availability and rates. The Lighthouse Inn, perfectly located for those travelling on a ferry from Dover, 5 miles, or through the tunnel from Folkestone, 8 miles, to and from Europe. Take the strain out of your journey by booking in for a night or two at The Lighthouse Inn. Our local taxi operator offers competitive rates to and from the ferries and the Channel tunnel.

Our superb location with stunning views offers a great place for a romantic weekend, getaway, or a family break - there are lots of interesting attractions for all ages and tastes. Guests can take a walk along the iconic cliff tops, eat freshly caught cockles and mussels in any of the many bars in the harbour, visit the historic attractions and sample Kent's finest ales. Whatever you want to do we're sure you'll find it near the East Kent Coast.

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Parking - Large car park
Credit Cards Accepted
Open All Year
TV in Rooms - Free wi-fi
Garden - Child friendly

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