Cheap Hotels in Dover
The 4 Star Best Western Plus Dover Marina Hotel & Spa is a seafront hotel in Dover, Kent and a short distance from Canterbury. This modern hotel still retains the charm or yesteryear and is the ideal place to stay in Kent offering A great location within walking distance of the Dover Town Centre with the White Cliffs of Dover in the background and opposite the beach, with excellent access to the Ferries to Calais and Dunkirk and the Cruise Terminals. Is just over 10 minutes is The Eurotunnel Two Marco Pierre White restaurants namely Mr Whites English Chophouse and Wheelers Fish & Chips The Waterfront Spa & Health Club with 7 spa treatment rooms, sauna Jacuzzi, steam room, large gym and exercise room for fitness classes. Free Wi-FI and parking for hotel guests Guest rooms feature air conditioning, adjustable heating, personal room safe, iron & ironing board and hairdryer Four function rooms for meetings, weddings and private parties, the largest of which can accommodate 190 theatre style Multilingual staff in the hotel to assist guests
Situated in Dover centre, Salisbury House B&B is just a 20-minute walk from Dover Ferry Port. The traditional guest house offers hearty cooked breakfasts, free Wi-Fi and free private parking. Set in a Victorian house, the individually decorated bedrooms each have a TV and hairdryer. All rooms have a private bathroom and tea/coffee facilities. Full English breakfasts are served daily in the dining room at Salisbury House, with light continental options also available. Guests can also relax on the spacious sun terrace. Just a 20-minute drive from the Eurotunnel at Folkestone, Salisbury House Bed and Breakfast is a 10-minute walk from Dover Priory Railway Station. Dover Castle is a 15-minute walk away.
Hostel Alma Hostal
A stay at Hostel Alma places you in the heart of Dover, walking distance from Roman Painted House and Dover Museum. This hostel is within close proximity of Drop Redoubt and Pencester Gardens.Rooms Stay in one of 12 guestrooms featuring LCD televisions. Prepare your meals in the shared/communal kitchen. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have showers and hair dryers.Dining Satisfy your appetite at a coffee shop/café serving guests of Hostel Alma.Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access and coffee/tea in a common area.
Maison Dieu Guest House Hotel
Guston House Hotel
The West Bank Guest House Hotel
A warm welcome awaits you at this family run guesthouse that rests at the edge of Dover. Free Wi-Fi is available and each room has a flat-screen TV. The West Bank is within walking distance of the town centre and train station, a 5 minute drive from the docks and cruise terminal and 10 minutes from the Channel Tunnel. Accommodation here ranges from single to family rooms for up to 4 people. The guesthouse boasts a lounge, a bar and secure flood lit car park.
Heathers Woodlands Hotel
Crabble Hill House Hostal
Loddington House Hotel
Farthingloe Bed & Breakfast Hotel
The White Cliffs Hotel
Hotels in Dover
The bustling town of Dover attracts in the region of 13 million people every year who come specifically to board ferries to take them across the English Channel to the French ports of Calais and Dunkirk. If you're planning to stay in the area then why not take advantage of Dover's numerous sights and attractions. Book a stay at one of the Dover hotels listed here on the site and you'll be close to the heart of the action.
The White Cliffs of Dover stretch out along the town's coastline and stand as an instantly recognisable landmark for people approaching Britain by sea. Take a walk along the pebble beach below or explore the numerous cliff paths where you'll find plenty of birdlife and wild flowers to admire. The chalk cliffs are in constant danger of further erosion and it's important to avoid getting too close to the edge.
Another famous landmark nearby is Dover Castle, an imposing medieval fortress created by King Henry II. Further along the coast to the east is South Foreland Lighthouse where you can find out what it was like to be a Victorian lighthouse keeper, and enjoy great views of the French coast by climbing to the top of the tower.
Car lovers will be in their element during a visit to Dover Transport Museum, while Dover Museum is a great option for anyone who wants to learn more about the area's local history.
The town has a great selection of chain stores and independent shops on offer. High Street, Biggin Street and the area around Market Square encompass the town's main retail hub. The Bluebird Market is a colourful and bustling street market filled with stalls of every description.
De Bradelei Wharf, just off the promenade, is the destination for shoppers keen to find the best discounts on top-name brands.
Eating and drinking
There's no shortage of excellent dining establishments in and around Dover. Be sure to try Dover Sole during your visit, and remember that there's nothing quite like the taste of fish and chips on the beach.
As you would expect, excellent seafood restaurants abound in Dover. The Hythe Bay Seafood Restaurant, Cullins Yard and The Waterfront Restaurant at Dover Marina Hotel, are just a few examples.
The Allotment prides itself on serving simple, home-cooked local produce and is highly regarded for its excellent service and delicious cuisine. The White Horse Inn on Castle Hill Road offers a traditional pub setting, or you might want to visit The Smugglers Bar and Restaurant set a little further up the coast at St. Margaret's-at-Cliffe.
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