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Crete Down Guesthouse
Crete Road West
Folkestone
Kent

CT18 7AA | View map

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Our guest house is situated in beautiful countryside on the North Downs Way and close to the Channel Ports and Tunnel. Situated in the heart of the Garden of England, Crete Down is the ideal base from which to explore all aspects of Kent

Whether you are walking the North Downs Way, want to visit the ancient Cathedral City and chic shopping centre of Canterbury, or just want to rest your head before crossing the Channel, Crete Down is perfect to meet your needs. Guests can enjoy a relaxing and comfortable stay in a peaceful country location, but only five minutes from Folkestone Town Centre and the Eurotunnel terminal. The Dover Channel Ports are a short ten minute drive away. The Eurostar international rail terminal is only 15 minutes away. Crete Down lies at the gateway to Europe. EUROS ACCEPTED.

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