If you want an affordable place to stay and you are not picky, this hotel suites you. The staff are accommodating and friendly. The location of the hotel is ideal; it is near the town center and a walking distance to the train station; has a gasoline station and SPAR just opposite. However, the stairs are narrow.
Traveller from UK
Located in the heart of Dover, this hostel is within a 10-minute walk of Roman Painted House and Dover Museum. Dover Western …More
We were staying overnight in Dover to catch the early ferry. So Westbank is a cheaper option than some of the chains nearby. We had the top room (6) and it proved a struggle to carry the bags up several flights of narrow stairs. The room was modest but clean. The TV was a little too small for watching the footy (Euros) from bed and the bathroom door rather basic and noisy. Being up at the top of the house there was little road noise and a good breeze ... but the gulls are early risers too so it was just as well we left before 6:30 AM. We had to park on the road as the guesthouse carpark gates don't open till 7:00 AM.
Traveller from Christchurch, England
Situated in Dover, this guesthouse is within 1 mi (2 km) of Roman Painted House and Dover Museum. Dover Western Docks Ferry …More
We chose Dover for its proximity to train links to London and Dover Castle. You can walk up to the castle or take a bus from the nearby bus stop. Our host was very friendly and helpful as was all the staff. Other guests chose Hubert House for its proximity to the docks where Cruises to various destinations commence. Our room was spacious with a double and two singles even though we were just a couple. Nicely decorated and spotless it was much roomier than we expected having stayed at other B&Bs where space is hard to come by. If you are challenged by 38 steps with luggage just ask for a room on a lower floor.
Traveller from Melbourne
Situated near the beach, this guesthouse is within a 10-minute walk of Pencester Gardens and Dover Museum. Dover Western …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.