Westbank Guest House

Guest house in Dover, Kent

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239-241 Folkestone Road
CT17 9LL

Westbank Guest House, Dover

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Accommodation Description:

The West Bank Guest House is a Family run guest house situated within walking distance of Dover's Town Centre Train Station, 5 minutes from the Docks, Hoverport, Cruise Terminal and 10 minutes drive to the Channel Tunnel. Courtesy shuttle service offered on request.

All rooms tastefully decorated with colour TV, tea/coffee, hair dryer, radio alarms, a choice of en-suit or standard rooms. Single, double, twins and family rooms available. Full English breakfast served between 7.00am & 8.30am (earlier sittings on request).

Flood lit secure lock up, car park and landscaped gardens. Our establishment was awarded a 4 diamond rating for its highest standards of hospitality, cleanliness and service.

From: £27.50

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