The village of Littlebourne is just a couple of miles east of Canterbury on the road to Sandwich, a mix of the ancient including its 13th century church and medieval barn, and the modern, as the place grew in the 1960s... Read More

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Pilgrims Rest

Pilgrims Rest

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The Pilgrims Rest is a sympathetically renovated, Grade II listed, late 16th-early 17th century building, now housing a bar and lounge area, a dining room and 6 en suite bedrooms. The Pilgrims ... More

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The Duke William Ickham

The Duke William Ickham
The Duke William is set in rural Kent with a closeness to the City of Canterbury and its Cathedral, the town of Sandwich, all short drives. The Inn has lovely walks surrounding it, as ... More | visit website

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Evenhill (0.27 miles)


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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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The Dog Inn (2.05 miles)

The Dog Inn
Grade II * listed, this imposing 13th Century Inn occupies a prominent position opposite the church in the picture postcard village of Wingham, a short distance from Canterbury in the heart of rural East Kent. ... More | visit website
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The Old Butchers (2.10 miles)

The Old Butchers
Welcome to the 4 star Old Butchers Bed and Breakfast. One of over 100 listed buildings nestled in the beautiful village of Wingham, between Canterbury and Sandwich. The Old Butchers dates back over 500 years ... More | visit website
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Innkeeper's Lodge Canterbury (2.99 miles)

** ALL OUR RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** Situated towards the south of the city centre on the A2050, this lodge shares its grounds with the Old Gate Vintage Inn ... More | visit website
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Ebury Hotel (3.28 miles)

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 | visit website

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Chaucer Lodge Guest House (3.29 miles)

Chaucer Lodge Guest House

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Situated close to Canterbury City centre, Chaucer Lodge Guest House offers comfortable en suite bed and breakfast accommodation in a quiet but central location with ... More

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Best Western Abbots Barton Hotel (3.34 miles)

Best Western Abbots Barton Hotel

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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 ... More | visit website

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Ersham Lodge (3.39 miles)

Ersham Lodge

Ersham Lodge has for a number of years built up a reputation for quality of service at an affordable and realistic price. The friendly and enthusiastic owners, Elaine and David Kemp have established Ersham Lodge ... More | visit website

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Chaucer Hotel (3.50 miles)

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 (3.65 miles)

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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