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Blakes of Dover
Dover
Kent

CT16 1PJ | View map

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Blakes of Dover is quite unique as a non-smoking ale and wine bar with superior accommodation, less than 5 minutes from ferry and cruise terminals. Trains, buses, the A20 and A2 trunk routes are all within 800 metres.

Blakes of Dover offers beautiful en suite rooms (including superior options), sleeping 2 to 4 guests. Well equipped rooms include televisions and complimentary trays. It has been awarded a 4-star rating by Visit Britain - Quality in Tourism. Blakes of Dover has a wonderful bar, providing a delightful place for eating and drinking. Their real ale range has now been extended to include micro brewery ales. Blakes of Dover is listed in the Good Beer Guide, the Good Cider Guide and the Good Pub Food Guide. In March 2006 it was voted District Pub of the Year by the Campaign for Real Ale.
There will be additional charges for late check-outs, which must be arranged in advance. Late check-out fees: 25% of room rate (for check-outs until noon); 50% of room rate (until 17:00) and 100% thereafter. Short-term storage of small amounts of baggage can be arranged.

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