Ratings based on 163 Verified Reviews

3.9 out of 5
89% of guests recommend
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Bathurst, NB

B & B in the White Cliffs of Dover

Posted 08-Sep-2017
Pros: English breakfast was delicious, Robert was a fantastic host, typical English flat five stories tall. What a view both front and back!
Location: Tour King Henry ll's castle. Have fish & cjips and a pint of beer at The White Horse pub just around the corner. Hope a bus to Folkstone for the day.
Excellent place to stay. Perfect spot for touring the castle and hopping on the ferry. Dover is such an interesting place historically and the best part is talking to the locals, they have so many wonderful stories to tell that you don't hear any where else.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Couples
by A verified traveller from Orange County, CA

Historic Building Overlooking the Harbor

Posted 26-Aug-2017
Pros: Location and charm.
Location: It is near the shore in the harbor and an easy walk into Dover. The museum is a must see for the neolithic boat and then walk up to the castle.
We were in the room with the private bath, that is, in the former servants quarters on the fourth floor. Beware, that is no elevator, but that is part of the charm. There is a reportedly a haunted room (not ours), but we were not disturbed. It is located at the base of the secret tunnels up at the castle. It is a easy walk to the shore and into town. We walked to the Cruise Terminal with our bags to catch our cruise (about 2 miles), but there are places to stop and rest and there is sidewalk the entire way. We really enjoyed our stay.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Limousan, France

Pleasant hotel,with excellent host

Posted 24-Aug-2017
Pros: Friendly, clean and close to the ferry and you could walk to the beach
Cons: Deco a little dated
Location: Near the ferry ,near the beach.
Richard the owner, friendly and helpful. Close to the ferry And very clean
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Fantastic

Posted 23-Aug-2017
The Loddington is not the newest or fancyist place you will stay at but it has a charm all of its own. We have stayed there many times; the rooms are clean and comfortable and the chap who owns it could not be more helpful. Breakfast is something to be looked forward to and it is within a couple of hundred metres of the ferry terminal. Fantastic.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from London

Close to the cliffs

Posted 21-Aug-2017
Pros: Everything. Lounge was like haven
Friendly staff. Nice quiet room. Close to town and cliffs
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Wales

A good, short stay, hotel

Posted 04-Aug-2017
Pros: It had character.
Cons: The creaky flooring.
Location: The location is perfect for ferry travellers
We only stayed overnight but we enjoyed the experience in the Victorian room. Lovely views from the lounge. However, there are some very creaky floorboards which can disturb ones sleep.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Nice, quaint hotel - close to the bay and cliffs!

Posted 18-Jul-2017
Pros: Quaint /old style hotel. Very nice host. Nice breakfast in the morning. Convenient location.
Cons: Update decor and furniture. The wifi was weak in my room, although fine in the halls (just a bad spot).
Location: Many restaurants along the water. (10-15 min walk) 10-15 min walk to the start of the cliffs park.
The hotel manager, Robert, was great -- very hospitable and accommodating. He seemed to be doing a lot of the work in the hotel and did his best to customize it for each guest. The hotel is cozy but felt a bit dated. The room (pink room) itself was a bit small and also had bit of a dated feel. Our bathroom was in the hallway, but a private for us only. Wasn't horribly inconvenient, but understandable since the building must be over a 100 years old. We had great views of the sea and overall the room was comfortable enough for 2 nights, especially for the price it is offered at.
2 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from The Marches

Fawlty Towers in the offing

Posted 08-Jul-2017
Pros: Nearly unreconstructed 1950s guest house. Deserves a preservation order
Cons: Everything or nothing
Location: Very convenient for the car ferry. Dover could do with a complete makeover. Typified by the Royal Cinque Ports Yacht Club.
It just about did the job; and perhaps I should not have expected more at the price. Friendly staff.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Friendly proprietor

Posted 01-Jul-2017
Good location. Very nice breakfast. Bathroom was dark, smelly and needs attention.
4 out of 5
by A verified traveller

Catching the ferry?

Posted 19-Jun-2017 on Hotels
The Inn is in a converted older building, this added to the charm for us. While we had a private bath, it was on the other side of a narrow hall. The bathroom was very small, but not atypical for European lodging. Unfortunately, if you leave before 8:30 there is not a breakfast option, we did so no opinion available. The inn keeper makes the stay. He was quick to step outside and show us clearly how to reach the ferry as well as the castle (a must see) and to give suggestions for what to see while out in town. He also suggested a place for dinner (the same one we had selected looking on line) and called the proprietor before we arrived to let him know to expect us. We are not bashful about walking and found getting around on foot simple including walking over from the train station and to the ferry port. We chose the location because of the proximity to the port, but would stay again for the inn and the ambiance Robert creates.