Cheap Hotels in Gravesend
Located in Gravesend, Inn On The Lake features an on-site bar and à-la-carte restaurant, as well as a 24-hour front desk and a garden with a terrace, and offers on-site private parking free of charge. The property lies 11 km from Dartford and 13 km from Maidstone. Rooms at Inn On The Lake come with a flat-screen TV, tea/coffee making facilities and a spacious private bathroom fitted with either a bathtub or a shower. A hairdryer is provided. Some boast views of the lake and the surrounding woods. Free WiFi is available. Guests can enjoy regional specialities for lunch and dinner in the hotels bar throughout the day. An a la carte menu is also available in the restaurant. An array of outdoor activities including hiking and cycling can be enjoyed in the greenery of the Shorne Wood. Inn On The Lake is located within an hour’s drive of the Channel Tunnel and the Ferry Ports, and has direct access from the A2 London to Dover Road.
With excellent Transport links to Central London and only 23 minutes to St Pancras via train, this Gravesend Boutique Hotel is situated along the riverfront in Gravesend Town Centre. We at the Clarendon Royal Hotel are dedicated to providing our guests with a restful retreat. Situated along the Gravesend waterfront, we are perfectly positioned within Gravesend Town Centre for a peaceful stay, as well as being within walking distance of local shops and restaurants. The quiet setting is only a short walk from Gravesend Train and Bus Station, with links to local heritage towns, such as Rochester and Canterbury. Local shopping centres, such as Bluewater, Lakeside, Westfields and Fremlin Walk are easily accessible by train, car or bus.
Spring River Ebbsfleet by Marston's Inns Hotel
PREMIER INN GRAVESEND (A2/SINGLEWELL) Hotel
Premier Inn Hotel Gravesend is the perfect location if you're making tracks to Europe, with Ebbsfleet International station very close by. You're in easy reach of London and Rochester too, as well as major business destinations like the Isle of Grain. Yet trains aren't the only way to go round here. We've got the Cyclopark close by, not to mention Brands Hatch. There's plenty of shopping too, with Bluewater just a couple of miles away. And with lots of wedding venues like the Little Hermitage in the vicinity, we can offer you the perfect marriage of lovely food at our onsite restaurant and a relaxing bed.
The Granby Hotel
Near Tilbury Riverside Ferry Terminal
Jessamine House Hotel
Situated in Gravesend, the Jessamine House has easy access to the A2 and M25 motorway. With free Wi-Fi and free private parking, this Victorian house is just over 1 mile from Ebbsfleet International Railway Station. Dating back to the 1850s, the Jessamine House offers rooms which include a flat-screen Freeview TV with a DVD Player and tea and coffee making facilities. The en suite shower rooms have complimentary toiletries. Gravesend is home to several pubs, which serve lunch and evening meals. Further eateries can be found in the Bluewater Shopping Centre, which is just 10 minutes’ drive away. With a bus stop just outside, Jessamine House is close to many amenities. The house is just 12 minutes' train journey to Stratford International - home to Westfields Shopping Centre and the Olympic Village. Dartford Crossing is only a 10-minute drive from the house and Gatwick Airport is also just 30 miles away.
The Leather Bottle Ltd Hotel
Near Shorne Woods Country Park
The Jolly Drayman Pub and Hotel
Near Gravesend Gurdwara
Best Western Manor Hotel
Near Kent Cyclopark
Hotels in Gravesend
An ancient town in northwest Kent, 21 miles from central London, Gravesend lies on the south bank of the Thames estuary near Tilbury in Essex.
Minutes away from London by train, Gravesend is an ideal base for a day out in the big city, boasting numerous brownie points for location. The Thames Riverside is nearby, and you are ideally placed to explore the exceptional countryside and quaint villages of the North Kent Downs. We have many Gravesend hotels available from which to enjoy your experience.
Gravesend boasts one of the oldest surviving markets in the whole of Britain, dating back to 1268. The first mayor of the town was elected in 1268, although the first town hall was not built until 1573. Now known as the Gravesend Civic Centre, the Old Town Hall thrives as a venue for weddings, private functions and community and public events.
Possibly one of the most famous historic connections with Gravesend lies with a young Native American girl. On 21 March 1617, John Rolfe, his wife Rebecca (also known as Princess Pocahontas) and their son Thomas boarded a ship in London bound for Virginia. The ship sailed as far as Gravesend before Pocahontas fell ill and later died once ashore. Her funeral and burial took place on 21 March 1617 at St George Church, and her grave is believed to be underneath the church's chancel.
Not only does Gravesend have the oldest market in the country, but it also has the world's oldest surviving cast iron pier, built in 1834. The structure is completely unique in that it comprises the first ever known iron cylinders used in its construction. In 2004 the pier underwent a complete refurbishment, which included building a contemporary bar and restaurant.
Visitors to the area can enjoy variably timed boat trips on the River Thames during the spring and summer months, departing from the Town Pier Pontoon.
Food and drink
Gravesend has an excellent selection of quality eateries. Enjoy an intimate dinner for two dining on fine modern Mediterranean cuisine with panoramic views of the river, or sample the local fish and chips on the pier.
The Three Daws is a wonderfully preserved riverside inn which dates back to the 1400s and is steeped with tales of smugglers, press gangs and ghostly occurrences. The inn is also known for hosting BBQs, cocktail evenings, quiz nights and more.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Gravesend
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Gravesend?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Gravesend are The Clarendon Royal Hotel and Inn On The Lake.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Gravesend?The lowest price for a double room in Gravesend is £57.
What are the best hotels in Gravesend near the center?If you want to stay near the center of Gravesend, you can consider staying at The Clarendon Royal Hotel and Inn On The Lake.
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