More than just a good night's sleep

Canterbury

The Old Gate
162 New Dover RoadCanterburyCT1 3EL
Tel: 0845 11 26 099

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Of all the hotels in Canterbury, few have as many stories to tell as this historic lodge, which has been providing a warm welcome to travellers for almost three centuries.

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Facilities

  • Family Room
  • Iron and Board
  • Onsite Parking
  • Direct-Dial Telephone
  • Flat Screen TV and Freeview
  • Free WiFi
  • Hot Breakfast

Contact us: 08451 551 551

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By Road

  • From the M2, exit at Junction 7 and take the A2 towards Canterbury/Dover
  • Continue past the first Canterbury exit to the next, signposted Bridge and Bekesbourne
  • Exit at the A2, turn right at the T-junction and follow the signs for the A2050/Canterbury, and Dover Park and Ride
  • You'll find the lodge a mile on the left, just off the first roundabout, at The Old Gate Vintage Inn

By Rail

  • Canterbury West Station offers a 20-minute connection to Ashford, whilst Canterbury East has a 25-minute connection to Dover and a 60-minute connection to Margate

Canterbury East Station: 1.8 miles

Kent International Airport: 15 miles

Dover Ferry Terminal: 14.9 miles

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Of all the hotels in Canterbury, few have as many stories to tell as this historic lodge, which has been providing a warm welcome to travellers for almost three centuries.

With nine comfy rooms and its own cosy pub serving a menu of hearty, freshly cooked food, it's the perfect place to enjoy some rest and relaxation. Although there's so much to see and do you won't want to put your feet up for too long.

Canterbury is one of England's most beautiful cities, and its jewel in the crown is Canterbury Cathedral, which is a pleasant half-hour stroll from the lodge, or just five minutes by car. You can also explore the intriguing shops of King's Mile, take a ghost tour, visit Canterbury University or take a summer boat-trip along the River Stour.

There's plenty to keep you busy further afield in Kent, like wildlife spotting in Blean Woods or a day at the seaside in Herne Bay or Whitstable.