A really nice hotel. A short distance from the ferry port of Dover, making this hotel an ideal stopover for a ferry journey. Hotel has a restaurant, coffee bar and a bar serving drinks and bar food. Would definitely stay here again if an early morning ferry crossing was booked. Hotel staff are very pleasant and courteous. Check-in and check-out are very fast. Restaurant and bar were described thoroughly upon arrival. Air conditioning would have been a huge bonus as room was too hot. A fan was provided.
This family-friendly Dover hotel is located in the suburbs, within 3 mi (5 km) of Dover Transport Museum, Dover Museum and …More
The proprietor was very kind and helpful he took the time to advise us where to visit, our breakfast was very nice and having been asked what we would like, our room was lovely the towels and sheets smelled fresh and clean, we will be staying again.
Traveller from lincolnshire wolds england
Situated in Dover, this guesthouse is within a 15-minute walk of Dover Western Docks Ferry Terminal and Dover Museum. Dover …More
Fabulous place to stay. Lovely room which was very bespoke with some great touches - including a soft toy sheepdog acting as the do not disturb sign! Great hospitality tray including fresh cookies each day. The bed was so comfortable, lovely bathroom too with plenty of toiletries at our disposal. There were a couple of issues with the facilities, for example the tv and DVD player did not work brilliantly and could do with updating. The bar was a very nice place to relax with comfy sofas. The restaurant was excellent. Comfortable seating and high quality cuisine. The staff were very welcoming and friendly, nothing was too much trouble. Fabulous breakfast - a rare treat to have fresh cooked rather than buffet - including the toast! All in all we had a lovely stay and would recommend to anyone who wants a romantic mini break
Traveller from Brighton
Situated near the beach, this luxury inn is 3 mi (4.9 km) from Battle of Britain Memorial and within 6 mi (10 km) of Dover …More
Famed for its iconic white cliffs, Dover is a major ferry port on the English Channel. The castle sits upon the steep, chalk face and is a great family destination, offering exciting medieval entertainment and winding tunnels to explore. Calais is visible from the pebbled Dover Beach on a clear day - an ideal spot to sit and watch the boats come in.