Historic Dockyard Chatham (The)
Historic Dockyard Chatham (The)

Chatham’s pivotal role in our naval history is celebrated in a wealth of sites and listed buildings in the town, not least its historic dockyard and the many preserved vessels to be found there. Escape to the natural world is easy too, the Medway and Thames marshes nearby... Read More

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Hotels in Chatham - 3 places to stay

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Ramada Encore Chatham

Ramada Encore Chatham

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This exciting new hotel in the Maritime area has a simple concept: it is fresh, stylish and vibrant, with contemporary accommodation, stimulating cuisine and innovative design. The Ramada Encore Chatham is ideally ... More

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The Ship & Trades

The Ship & Trades

One of the jewels in Shepherd Neame's crown, The Ship & Trades is a spacious and stylish pub with accommodation overlooking a yacht basin.

The upstairs level has marvellous views across the Medway towards Upnor Castle ... More | visit website

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Woodlands B&B (0.81 miles)

Woodlands B&B
Woodlands Bed and Breakfast is a modern, comfortable and friendly family run B&B near Canterbury, Kent. Whitstable, Faversham and Sandwich are all also within easy reach. Twin and Double rooms available, double with en-suite. All ... More

Howfield Manor Hotel (0.83 miles)

Howfield Manor Hotel

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Howfield Manor is located in the heart of the Kent countryside and set in five acres of landscaped gardens. Visiting Canterbury and the surrounding villages, avoid the traffic by staying ... More

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Homelea Bed & Breakfast (1.46 miles)

Homelea Bed & Breakfast

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Homelea b&b” a countryside residence, backing onto the river Stour and North Downs Way, yet only three and a half mile drive from the beautiful Cathedral City of Canterbury. We ... More


Old Alma (1.88 miles)

Old Alma
Welcome to the charming Old Alma Inn, a family run bed & breakfast – The Old Alma is a former Victorian Pub built in 1864 and situated at the historic village of Chilham. At the ... More
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Iffin Farmhouse (2.22 miles)

Iffin Farmhouse
"The accommodation was lovely, the food was great, and the service even better. We will certainly recommend you to anyone we know intending to visit Canterbury"
Luxury Bed & Breakfast in the best of both worlds ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Canterbury Dunkirk (2.34 miles)

The Travelodge Canterbury Dunkirk is situated just 5 miles from the historic town centre of Canterbury at the Gate Service area. The hotel is also within easy reach of many major attractions such as Canterbury ... More | visit website

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Thanington Hotel (2.45 miles)

Thanington Hotel

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This superior Georgian Bed and Breakfast Hotel, with its beautiful, spacious and tranquil accommodation, is only minutes walk to the City centre and Cathedral.

An oasis in a busy tourist city, we ... More

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Woolpack Inn (2.46 miles)

Woolpack Inn

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Tudor beamed houses surround this cosy inn, which is graced by the Grey Lady, a resident, but friendly, ghost! Probably one of the cosiest inns in Kent, if not in England, ... More

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Victoria Hotel (2.62 miles)

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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Anns house (2.71 miles)

Anns house

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Traditional victorian house situated close to the city centre, railway stations and bus station. Comfortable rooms with en-suite bathrooms and FREE Wi-Fi internet access. All our rooms are fully equiped ... More

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