The Coach House - Canterbury

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34 Watling Street

The Coach House - Canterbury, Canterbury

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The Coach House Bed and Breakfast is situated within the city walls near the centre of Canterbury with the picturesque and historic Dane John gardens to the rear and we offer a quality bed and breakfast service for any duration of stays weekend breaks Canterbury city breaks cycling and walking holidays and weekend breaks in Kent. You can stay at The Coach House on a variation of room arrangements Traditional stay with full English breakfasts or a selection of cooked alternatives and unlimited continental buffet Room with continental breakfast. Book any room on this basis Room only.

Book any double twin or single room on a room only basis. All the above stays included on site parking Wi-Fi and TV/DVD. Free 24hr on site parking Central location set back from main city hub Free use of guest laptop (available on request) Free Wi-Fi and business internet access Georgian Grade II listed guest house Rooms spacious and well equipped Continental and cooked breakfast Fresh and local produce used Cycling breaks

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