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Ebury Hotel
65/67 New Dover Road

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A short walk away from Canterbury city centre and its world-famous Cathedral, this privately-owned hotel is set within a Victorian townhouse, amid 2 acres of well-maintained grounds. In addition to the city centre and all its amenities, Ebury Hotel is located close to Kent County Cricket Ground and the local hospitals. Situated on the south side of the city, the hotel is also on the main route to Dover and Folkestone.

Relax after a busy day with a dip in the hotel's indoor heated swimming pool, located in the attractive gardens of the hotel. The hotel also boasts an award-winning restaurant, a large car park and Charlie the labradoodle dog who occasionally helps out in the office. The pool is 30-foot by 15-foot and 4.5-foot deep and includes a revitalising jacuzzi. Swimming towels are supplied by the hotel and are available at reception. Children may also enjoy this facility which is open from 08:00-21:00 daily, and is free to all residents of the hotel. The walled gardens are located to the rear of the hotel, and offer the chance to stretch your legs, for children to explore, or you can just sit out on those warm summer evenings with a chilled bottle of wine.


Ratings/Awards: AA 2 Star 76%
ETC Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 15
Number Ensuite: 15
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Cuisine: Anglo- French
Chef: Jean-Pierre Cabrol

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