Cathedral Gate

Historic Guest Accommodation in Canterbury, Kent

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Cathedral Gate, Canterbury

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In the heart of Canterbury set in an historical 1438 building is the Cathedral Gate Hotel. Rooms have modern amenities and some offer spectacular views of the Cathedral. Steeped in history the Cathedral Gate's medieval construction can be seen in the wooden beams sloping floors and low doorways.

Once slept in by pilgrims the hotel even predates the adjoining Cathedral Gateway.Evocative restored rooms have modern facilities and all come with TVs hairdryers telephones and teacoffee making facilities. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas of the hotel.Just steps from the bustling Buttermarket and the Cathedral Precincts the high street shops and restaurants are a short walk away. Located in the pedestrianised city centre both Canterbury Train Stations are within a 10-minute walk.

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