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Best Western Abbots Barton Hotel
New Dover Road
Canterbury
Kent

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The Abbots Barton Hotel, is Canterbury's premier hotel, serving business and leisure. Our hotel is set back from a busy road and lies in extensive grounds. With excellent, individually styled newly refurbished rooms, you are provided with every amenity expected of the standard of hotel, but also enjoys a personal touch as our hotel is full of character. All the Bedrooms will be well appointed with a wide choice of Standard and Executive rooms.

You will enjoy all that is best in food, service and comfort during your stay with a select choice of dining. Our Head Chef and his Brigade have combined their skills to present a menu that is wide in both choice of international dishes and traditional English foyer. A choice of well equipped functional rooms are available, which satisfy every discerning conference organizer. Within easy walk to Canterbury City Centre and ample car parking, The Best Western Abbots Barton is the perfect base to explore Canterbury and its beautiful surroundings.

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