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The listing on your websitde for this self catering was incorrect as they do not offer breakfast as we expected so was not prepared had no groceries with us. The area and accomodation surpassed this hiccup and they reduced the price to compensate we had a very relaxing stay
I stayed overnight after celebrating the golden wedding anniversary of my best friend of 60 years. Lovely hotel, unspoiled architecture, comfortable atmosphere and really helpful staff. I wish I could have stayed longer and will certainly book there again when I visit Sheerness in the future.
Great hotel for the channel tunnel. Friendly staff. Clean rooms. Only problem we were put in a wheelchair accessible room which was nice and big but I am 5ft 10" tall and the sink and tea making facilities were quite low
The location is good and the hotel condition is fabulous. The drawbacks are 1. Rubbish toilet paper. 2. Not enough cooking facilities in the kitchen.
Kent has an especially colourful history and some of the most attractive countryside in the whole of the United Kingdom. It's called the Garden of England for a good reason - the rich vineyards and bursting apple orchards bear witness to its remarkable fertility. This is made possible by rich soils and a mild climate, which is another reason why tourists flock here throughout the year. Whether you're heading for a great city such as Canterbury or the lovely Kent coastline, try staying at one of the county's excellent two star hotels for a great break that won't break the bank.
Kent has a wide range of attractions for all ages and conditions of visitor, and there's a great range of smart two star hotels spread across the rolling countryside and close to the attractions of big cities such as Dover and Canterbury. There are also plenty of colourful outdoor events and festivals to enjoy, from a Dickensian Christmas in Rochester to the Whitstable Oyster Festival. Visit Folkstone if you want a bit of bracing sea air and the atmosphere of an old, traditional fishing village, or immerse yourself in the historic and cultural attractions of Dover. Whatever 'floats your boat' as they say down here, Kent has a great choice of two star hotel accommodation that will put you right at the heart of the action, and at a price that won't blow a hole in your budget!
The choice of two star hotels you'll find all over the countryside and in the towns and cities of Kent provides visitors with first-rate facilities and an ideal base for exploring this fascinating region of the United Kingdom. As well as a public bar-lounge area for relaxing in and enjoying refreshments, you'll have a small dining room in which to enjoy food sourced from the surrounding area. Kent is especially rich in productive farmland and is renowned for the quality of its seasonal produce, so on the culinary front you'll be in for some real treats. Two star hotels in Kent offer very reasonable rates that compare favourably with their counterparts in, say, nearby London, which will leave you with more to spend on other things while you're here.
The towns and cities of Kent offer some of the finest dining and shopping opportunities in the whole of the UK. Canterbury for instance is full of picturesque little independent outlets as well as the bigger chains, and you can pick up some real bargains in the markets there. Maidstone, Margate and Dover all have excellent high streets renowned for their boutiques and designer outlets, and smart towns such as Royal Tunbridge Wells have an enviable reputation for the quality of their restaurants and shopping venues. Stay at a two star hotel in any of these locations, and a host of others, to enjoy some particularly rewarding and enjoyable shopping days out in this scenic and historic county. You won't be disappointed at what's on offer, and can combine a shopping spree with some of the best sightseeing opportunities in England.