Hotels in Canterbury
The House of Agnes dates back to the 13th century and was referred to by name in Charles Dickens' novel 'David Copperfield'. Centrally located, only 200m from Canterbury West train station & a short walk from the Cathedral the building has been extensively renovated by its current owners and now proudly boasts 10 boutique style rooms all individually themed on great cities of the world. All en-suite rooms are elegantly decorated, stylishly furnished & with an abundance of amenities including LCD TV, DVD player, free WiFi & DVD library. The hotel is licensed for marriages & boasts the largest garden terrace in Canterbury; perfect for weddings & events. Free car parking is also provided. An extremely rare astrolabic quadrant dating from 1388 was unearthed during recent renovations. It was described as "one of the greatest ever scientific discoveries of its kind in the world".
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