The Rob Roy Guest House

Guest House in Folkestone, Kent

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227 Dover Rd
CT19 6NH

The Rob Roy Guest House, Folkestone

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The Rob Roy is situated only a short distance from Folkestone Harbour and the town centre. It is only 10 minutes from Channel Tunnel, 20 minutes from Dover ferries and Eurostar in Ashford.

The Rob Roy is situated only a short distance from Folkestone Harbour and the town centre. It is only 10 minutes from the Channel Tunnel and 20 minutes from the Dover ferries and the Eurostar passenger trains at Ashford. Also perfectly positioned to explore the Garden of England and its many attractions, for example: Beautiful beaches and promenades, historic castles, coastal parks, The North Downs Way, Folkestone race course, wild life parks, The Battle of Britain Memorial and museum and much more! A warm welcome awaits you from your hosts Alan and Sue who offer you a comfortable cosy stay, with a fine English breakfast to see you on your way! Please Note: We now operate a no smoking policy; however, smoking is allowed on the veranda.

Pets are welcome by prior arrangement in a ground floor ensuite room leading to the garden. Children, cyclists, motorcyclists and workmen are also very welcome at The Rob Roy. Check-In time: From 1300 and Check-Out time: 1030.

Accommodation is available throughout the year, with the exception of Christmas (24th - 26th December) WHEN BOOKING, please enter an approx time of arrival under 'SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS' to ensure we are available to meet you! ALSO: please ensure you pick the correct choice of room for your party ie FAMILY ROOM 2 Adults 1 Child. If you only have 3 in the room = ?57. DO NOT PICK for example 2 Adults 3 Children.

If you are only 3 persons , OR YOU WILL BE CHARGED FOR 5 ?73

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From: £29.00

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