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Availability updated on 28 Oct 13 at 14:38
30-33 High Street,
30-33 High Street,
Contemporary design meets 12th century architecture in ABode Canterbury. Guest rooms are spacious with a warm understated sense of style, bringing the luxuries of a contemporary space whilst remaining true to the building's heritage and original features.
ABode Canterbury boasts a choice of dining locations: the County Restaurant, the Old Brewery Tavern and our Champagne Bar. There is also the private Chef's Table for exclusive dining. The hotel offers a selection of private function rooms, providing the perfect setting for business and leisure events.
Within half a mile of station, short breaks. Limited car parking is available on a first come first served basis. The charge for car parking is £10.00 per day. Additional parking can be found locally. Wireless connection is free in the bedrooms and meeting rooms. The gym is exclusive to residents only with no fee. Children welcome from any age.
TR 147578 51.27928 1.07840
By car: From London M2/ A2 follow signs to Canterbury. When joining the ring road take the second exit at the roundabout signposted to Margate. At the next roundabout take the first exit to Castle Street. Along this road take the left-hand turning onto Rosemary Lane, at the end of which turn right into Stour Street. The hotel car park is at the end of Stour Street on the right-hand side. Limited secure parking available (charges apply).
By train: Canterbury East and West stations are both only a ten-minute walk away. West: proceed up St Dunstan's Street and through the Westgate Towers. Continue up the main street, ABode is on the right-hand side. East: Walk over the bridge, take a left then turn right into Castle Row. Continue into Rosemary Lane, and turn right into Stour Street. The hotel's main entrance is situated at the end of this road on the High Street.
Please do not be offended I am always mean with the final start. The value for money could apply to most hotels in the UK as they are expensive when compared to other places on my travels.
The location is noisy on a Saturday night, or early when construction starts across the street!
We are too young to go with the mature category (50 ish)