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We booked this hotel because we needed a family room for a wedding nearby.
We were worried when we arrived to find we had to ring someone to get in and the very friendly woman who answered couldn't really speak English. We stayed in the...More
Very disappointing. Obviously Canterbury is expensive, but this hotel is overpriced. Understand it must cost a fortune to run a historic building in the middle of the city but for the price charged you expect great details, whereas this feels like a pretty miserable B&B....More
If you want to stay somewhere with bags of character and a great sense of history, this might be the place for you. An exquisite building, now thought to date from the 1480s, rescued from a derelict state by the personable and friendly owner. We...More
The good points:
Breakfast was very nice and plenty of it.
The owner is a pleasant chap to talk to.
The location is in the centre and easy access for sights and shops etc.
The bad points:
The pilgrim room at £100 is a waste...More
Canterbury in the summer is always busy so hotel rooms are at a premium. We booked The Sun Hotel as it was one of the very few with rooms available for the weekend we wanted. At £175 a night we did raise an eyebrow but...More
US$127 - US$234 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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