2 minute walk from Canterbury West station, 10min walk from Canterbury East Station, 5 minutes from the high street, 20min from the UKC Campus. Perfect.
Stayed in January. Averaged £60 a night. Similar to other hotels.
Rooms (single): 3/5
More subjective. The building is very old and has a lot of character. The rooms reflect this and show their age. Don't expect the latest amenities and furnishings. Not very soundproof. Lots of creaking from the people on the floor above and in the next rooms. Good heating in winter.
Good for short breaks away? Yes. business travel? No.
A lot of choice. Fried breakfast, lots of drinks, yoghurt, fruit, cereal. The usual large choice you'd expect from the bigger hotels. Self service (aka all you can eat).
Good hotel and one of the better ones in Canterbury.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Just metres from Canterbury's medieval West Gate, this charming building dates back to 1403. A former coaching inn, it offers free WiFi and free parking, 2 minutes' walk from the city centre. The Falstaff still retains many original features, including oak beams and an open log fire. Each room has a TV for guests to use, and facilities for making tea and coffee. The hotel offers a cooked to order full English breakfast as well as self service buffet option. The bar offers a range of wines and variety of exclusive cocktails. Canterbury West Rail Station is a 3-minute walk from the building. The city's spectacular Norman cathedral can be reached in less than 10 minutes on foot. ... more less
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