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Kipps Hostel, Canterbury, Kent

Kipps Hostel
40 Nunnery Fields

CT1 3JT | View map

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Welcome to Kipps Hostel, a friendly backpackers hostel situated a short walk to the famous Canterbury Cathedral and the Town Center. The city has been popular since Roman times.
Set in a beautiful 120 year old town house, we offer a wide range of budget accommodation from dormitory rooms to single and double rooms, - suitable for both groups and individuals.
Friendly/ Knowledgable staff
A large fully equipped kitchen
Free Wi-fi/ Internet Access available
A Small Shop
Garden with BBQ area with Hammocks and open fire
Large TV Lounge with DVD and Video
Dining area situated in our Conservatory
Fully heated and hot water all day
Laundry and drying facilities.
Free left luggage facility.
Security lockers in dormitories
The hostel reception is open between 7h30 and 23h00 Monday to Sunday and on public holidays. THERE IS NO CURFEW
NOTE: Photo ID is required on checking in (passport or drivers license).
Kipps is within easy walking distance of the City centre, the main line railway and bus/coach stations. So come and pay us a visit in our World Heritage historic city, and enjoy our comfortable, clean and homely hostel!

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