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Crabble Hill House
35 London Road
Dover
Kent

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Crabble Hill House is a delightful art deco guesthouse located in River near Dover. The house is of art deco design; completely original in design and interior finish. We have 5 ensuite rooms; one of the rooms is on the ground floor for disabled access. On arrival at the house guests luggage will be taken to their room and if required unpacked and hung. We offer a complimentary drink in the lounge on arrival.

Crabble Hill House is ideally positioned for guests using the Channel Tunnel rail network or the Port of Dover. There are many beautiful walks within five minutes of the house; as well as Dover Castle and the lovely seaside town of Deal just a short drive (approximately 7 miles). The cathedral city of Canterbury is 15 miles from the house.

Guests can expect fresh flowers; chocolates; fruit and wine complimentary in their room. Each room has the benefit of TV/DVD; refreshments tray; iron/ironing board; and Wi-Fi. Guest breakfast will be served in the garden view room; breakfast is a preferred affair; from salmon and eggs to a full English.

PLEASE NOTE: Check In is between 16:00 & 22:00. Early and Late check- ins can be arranged. Check Out is at 11:00. Crabble Hill House is a no smoking establishment.

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