One of Kent's neighborhoods, lying 25 miles from the downtown area, is Canterbury.
Travelers to Kent will love the fact that Canterbury is conveniently situated close to one of Kent's star tourist attractions, Canterbury Cathedral.
If you would prefer to find a room close to St. Martin's Church, you're spoiled for choice in Canterbury. Be sure to check out the facilities at the Sun Hotel, ABode Canterbury, Canterbury Cathedral Lodge, Castle House Hotel and Hawks Lane Lodge.
The Victoria Hotel and The Arthouse are all located not far from the Canterbury Tales, and the Cathedral Gate Hotel and The Ebury Hotel are close to Westgate Gardens and Towers.
Visitors will find a diverse range of accommodation options in the Canterbury area. Thrifty visitors chasing more economical establishments should check out the rates at the Kipps Canterbury and Upper Ansdore.
If you are looking for accommodation that is a little more high-end, check out Canterbury's the Broome Park Golf Club by Diamond Resorts and The Millers Arms.
Accommodation options near Canterbury
The Whitstable hotels guide
is another area to find places to stay in Kent. Whitstable is a neighborhood that's located 5 miles northwest of central Canterbury. Another option is to book a hotel in Barham
, which is another nearby Kent neighborhood.
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Your itinerary should include an exploration of University of Kent, an institution of higher learning with a vibrant campus. If you plan to make it to this attraction but aren't keen on a long commute, the Turing College -University of Kent and The City of Canterbury are great accommodation options. To keep transport costs to a minimum, think about the Iffin Farmhouse and Ebury Cottages and Apartments, a couple of convenient accommodations.
Enjoy a moment's peace with your coffee and watch the neighborhood go by from the ABode Canterbury. Victoria Hotel turns into a lively venue in the evening. Have a drink and get a taste of the Canterbury scene.