Whitstable is a town in Kent, with a population of 30,000. It is a seaside resort, situated on the North Sea coast, facing Essex across the Thames Estuary and the Isle of Sheppey across The Swale. Itis technically within the city limits of Canterbury six miles inland. The town was recorded in the Doomsday Book (1086) as ‘Witenestaple' and held three manors. The one at Seasalter included eight fisheries, Northwood supplied seven saltworks, and at Swalecliffe pigs were kept using pannage.
Come and sample our wonderful new menus with breakfast and brunch served in our Orangery from 7am daily (8am Sundays). Alternatively relax in our Bar offering a comprehensive range of award winningcask ales, world lagers and all new and exciting wines and spirits list served daily from 11am.
With 33 individual rooms, the newly refurbished Victoria Hotel is a charming and individual hotel, pub and restaurant, that offers clean comfortable and competitively priced accommodation. Withparking for over 50 cars, we are ideally situated to meet your needs, be it touring, a weekend break, a business stopover, a conference or private function. The Victoria Hotel's caring and efficient staff extend a traditional, friendly welcome to both tourists and business guests alike.
The Falstaff Hotel has been a focus for hospitality in Canterbury for over 600 years. A traditional 15th century coaching inn, the hotel is steeped in history. Over the years the hotel has beenextended through conversions on an adjacent Wood Mill and a former pub, The Tap.
We are proud to announce the launch of our new Spa with spacious en-suite treatment rooms, lounge and manicure pedicure facilities together with Indoor Heated Swimming Pool and poolside Saunaoverlooking the charming Rose Garden. Using the finest products: Thalgo marine based skin care for incredible and effective facials and relaxing and therapeutic body treatments. Orly for the best in hand and nail care. Vita Liberata for the very best in spray tans.
Please give us the opportunity to welcome you to the Harrow Inn. True to its Kentish heritage our 17th Century Inn nestles in tranquil countryside by the medieval market town of Lenham. Once a forgeand rest house for travelers on the nearby Pilgrims Way, the Harrow Inn continues to offer warm hospitality in a traditional atmosphere. There's good quality English fare to enjoy under the ancient beams of the cosy bar or in the bright conservatory restaurant.
ABode Canterbury is a stylish boutique hotel that has been beautifully designed and refurbished. The hotel maintains the old wooden beams and traditional fabric of an ancient and historic buildingwhile adding contemporary design features and modern comforts, with understated British style.
Located just a few steps from Canterbury Cathedral in a cobbled street, this 15th century hotel is steeped in history, with former guests including Charles Dickens. Extensively refurbished in 2006,today the hotel offers a warm welcome with modern comforts, combining traditional architecture with contemporary design. Bedrooms are stylishly furnished, most with a beautiful four-poster bed.
Dating back to 1438, the historic Cathedral Gate Hotel is located in the heart of Canterbury. The front of the hotel overlooks the Burgate and the rear has spectacular views of Canterbury Cathedral.Guests who are looking for something different will enjoy the hotel's beamed ceilings, sloping floors and crooked doors. Whilst retaining its historic features, the Cathedral Gate Hotel offers all the modern facilities the discerning modern traveller expects.
The Beach Hotel is a family friendly pub with a restaurant just 150 yards from Minster beach. Sea views can be enjoyed from the outside decked area. The restaurant is open 12pm until 9pm Monday toSaturday and until 5pm on Sunday. For a full menu listing, please check out our restaurant page. There's plenty for everyone; relax with your family and friends, enjoy a meal, treat yourself to an afternoon or cream tea or just have a drink and play a game of pool.