Rochester Castle
Rochester Castle

Rochester was of importance to the Romans, became the second English bishopric under the Saxons, and still has a fine cathedral that speaks volumes about the settlements past, its precincts pleasantly green and around them the most interesting old buildings in the city... Read More

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Rochester Events

Dickens Festival
Rochester Sweeps
Grain Village Carnival
Rochester Food & Drink Festival
Christmas Market at Rochester Castle
Dickensian Christmas Festival

Hotels in Rochester - 2 places to stay

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Holiday Inn Rochester - Chatham

Holiday Inn Rochester - Chatham

A warm welcome awaits you at the Holiday Inn Rochester - Chatham hotel situated within easy reach of the Medway towns of Rochester, Chatham and Gillingham. Plentiful on-site parking is available for all our guests. Our ... More | visit website

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Lightship16 Apartments (1.39 miles)

Lightship16 Apartments
A two bedroom apartment available on one of Englandís oldest wooden ship, built just after the battle of Trafalgar from massive teak timbers, itís quite an experience. Restored in 2011 to a high standard with ... More | visit website
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King Charles Hotel (1.50 miles)

King Charles Hotel
The King Charles Hotel is situated in the heart of Medway, and an ideal base for exploring Kent, Surrey, Sussex and London. We are just a short drive away from many famous attractions, including ... More | visit website
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The Ship & Trades (1.86 miles)

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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Premier Inn Gillingham (3.19 miles)

Premier Inn Gillingham
Ideally situated for both business and leisure guests. For business this hotel is near to Gillingham Business Park. Ideally located within easy reach of the M2. Local attractions include Bluewater shopping centre, Gillingham Ice Bowl, ... More | visit website
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Bridgewood Manor (3.29 miles)

Bridgewood Manor

Bridgewood Manor Hotel is conveniently situated for excellent shopping at Bluewater and sightseeing at the historical city of Rochester, the fascinating Chatham Historic dockyards and the new Dickens World attraction. This hotel offers fine dining ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Medway M2 (3.86 miles)

Travelodge Medway M2

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Gillingham A2 (4.07 miles)

Premier Inn Gillingham A2
Situated in Rainham, just 10 minutesí drive from Gillingham centre, Premier Inn Gillingham offers spacious bedrooms, free parking and a traditional restaurant. Chatham is a 10-minute drive away. With flat-screen TVs and modern decor, the large ... More | visit website
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Inn on the Lake (4.26 miles)

Inn on the Lake
The Inn on the Lake is a family run hotel set in twelve acres of woodlands and overlooking two fine lakes. It is within one hour's drive of the Channel and just ten minutes ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Gravesend (A2/Singlewell) (5.67 miles)

Premier Inn Gravesend (A2/Singlewell)
Located within easy reach of the A2 and M25. Close to Ebbsfleet International station linking to Paris, Lille and Brussels. Local attractions include Woodlands Park and Bluewater shopping centre. For shops and local amenities Gravesend ... More | visit website
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Sunrise (5.77 miles)


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Quietly set on the fringes of the charming village of Meopham, this delightful property offers very comfortable accommodation and wonderful far reaching views from its large canopied ... More

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