Canterbury

Canterbury’s central place in the spiritual history of England makes the ancient town a prime destination for visitors, but there is far more to it than just the famous cathedral: the riverside, its many museums and exceptional shopping and restaurant provision only begins a long list... Read More

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Canterbury Events

February
Creative Art Activities
June
Canterbury Carnival
Canterbury Folk Festival
University of Kent Artsfest
July
Goodnestone Village Fete
Kent Beer Festival
August
Archery School
Knight School
September
Hop Hoodening
October
Canterbury Festival
Terrible Tales!
November
Canterbury Eurofair
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The Tuns at Staple House

The Tuns at Staple House

The Tuns at Staple House is a quintessential Country House and well established licensed wedding venue dating back to 1712 with grounds of approx 3 acres, set amongst the fruit orchards and farms of rural ... More | Double Room: £65 | visit website

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Falstaff Hotel

Falstaff Hotel

A traditional 15th century coaching inn, The Falstaff Hotel is steeped in history yet offers you modern comfortable accommodation and free parking. Located steps away from the Westgate Tower, the hotel provides easy access to ... More | visit website

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Ebury Hotel

Ebury Hotel

A short walk away from Canterbury city centre and its world-famous Cathedral, this privately-owned hotel is set within a Victorian townhouse, amid 2 acres of well-maintained grounds. In addition to the city centre and all its ... More | Double Room: £75 - £125 | visit website

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Evenhill

Evenhill

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With a 4-star rating, this characteristic pub with an open fire and beams offers home cooked cuisine. Originally built as cottages in the 16th century, the Evenhill lies on the A257 in ... More

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Chaucer Hotel

Chaucer Hotel

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Originally a private Georgian house, Chaucer Hotel offers en suite rooms and free parking. The city centre is a 5-minute walk away. 63 Ivy Lane restaurant offers traditional English cuisine with a ... More

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Grove Ferry

Grove Ferry
The Grove Ferry is a superbly converted Georgian Mansion set on the banks of The great River Stour, right in the midst of the Stodmarsh nature Reserve. The venue can now boast to be an ... More | visit website
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Kings Head Inn

Kings Head Inn

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he King's Head is a tradtional friendly 15th century oak beamed inn situated in the historic city of Canterbury offering a licensed bar, food and en-suite bed and breakfast facilities. ... More

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Knowlton Court

Knowlton Court
Knowlton lies in quiet countryside 9 miles south of Canterbury and 5 miles from Sandwich and the coast. Horses graze the land of the estate and there are plenty of attractions nearby.
The accommodation ranges from our ... More | visit website
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Victoria Hotel

Victoria Hotel

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"A comfortable modern hotel and restaurant with traditional character and charm" The Victoria is situated a short walk from the heart of the wonderful city of Canterbury. Spacious rooms with all modern ... More

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Millers Arms Inn

Millers Arms Inn

A delightful old pub close to the city centre and its many tourist attractions. The ruins of the ancient water mill (hence Miller's Arms) on the River Stour remain alongside the pub.
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