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Cheap Hotels in Sittingbourne

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0.5 Miles from the centre

Welcoming Sittingbourne hotel with extensive events facilities, a restaurant and free Wi-Fi. Holiday Inn® Sittingbourne hotel is 15 minutes’ walk from Sittingbourne station, from where you can reach central London in an hour. The M2 and M20 motorways are nearby and it’s a 50-minute drive to Gatwick Airport (LGW. You can reach the Kent Event Centre in 10 minutes, while Eurolink Business Park and Kent Science Park are closer still. Alternatively, host your own event in one of five conference rooms. There’s a private dining room for up to 50 guests, while the ballroom is ideal for weddings with space for 250. If you’re in town on holiday, enjoy a night out at the Sittingbourne Greyhounds stadium or at The Avenue theatre. A 30-minute drive takes you to coastal Whitstable or to medieval Canterbury. If you are using a SAT NAV please be sure to enter the postcode ME10 1NL, Please click on the link below to view our car park entrance on google maps.

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per night from £53
(price for Sun, 22 Dec)
817 reviews by TrustYou
London Road, Bapchild
1.8 Miles from the centre
per night from £139
(price for Tue, 29 Oct)

Palace Farm Hostel & Campsite Hotel

85 reviews by TrustYou
Down Court Road, Doddington
4.2 Miles from the centre
per night from £53
(price for Tue, 29 Oct)

Sandhurst Farm Forge Hotel

Seed Road, Newnham
5.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £85
(price for Tue, 29 Oct)

The Old Vicarage Hotel

25 reviews by TrustYou
Church Hill, Doddington
4.5 Miles from the centre
per night from £105
(price for Tue, 29 Oct)

Dadmans Hotel

Christopher Row, Lynsted
3.5 Miles from the centre
per night from £120
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Hotels in Sittingbourne

Set in an industrial town close to the Isle of Sheppey and the town of Gillingham, Sittingbourne hotels are a great base for exploring the surrounding area of Kent.

Light railway

Railway enthusiasts will enjoy the Sittingbourne and Kemsley Light Railway, a preserved former paper mill railway that sets off from Sittingbourne railway station and runs to the banks of The Swale. The railway dates back to 1904 when paper maker Frank Lloyd developed it. As well as the railway itself there is an interesting museum full of exhibitions on historical wagons and a scale model railway.


A short distance north of Sittingbourne is the Isle of Sheppey. Here you'll find two excellent nature reserves, the Elmley National Nature Reserve and the Swale National Nature Reserve. Boasting spectacular landscapes and rich variety of wildlife, the reserves are ideal locations for countryside walks. There are paths here for walkers of all ages and abilities, whether you're planning on an afternoon amble or a longer trek. To the south of the town are the Kent Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and another fantastic destination for days spent outdoors.

Towns and cities

Sittingbourne is ideally located for visiting several different towns and cities in the area. Gillingham is a short distance to the west and the town features a range of shops and restaurants. South of Gillingham is Maidstone, a charming county town on the River Medway. If you decide to head east from Sittingbourne you'll soon reach the ancient city of Canterbury, a cathedral city and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In addition to a selection of high street shops and boutique independent stores, Canterbury is home to the historic Canterbury Cathedral, the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Also in Canterbury are the ruins of St Augustine's Abbey and the Canterbury Tales Experience.

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