Staying Here

Last updated 6 January 2018


Staying Here


In Dover

For those who like chain hotels Dover has three Premier Inns.  To guide you to which one you’re booking, Dover East backs onto the event HQ site, Duke of York’s Royal Military School, but on the day you will only be able to join the A2 northbound to the next junction, turn round via roundabouts and return to the A258 roundabout (2 miles) to be in the right position to access the school.  There is a footpath at the back of the hotel that leads directly to the school gate (much shorter).  Dover Central (Eastern Ferry Terminal) is on the seafront within easy walking distance of town centre facilities.  Dover (A20) is in a rural location on the far side of town but has a Beefeater attached.  Good walks from the doorstep.  There is a Travelodge nearing completion not far from the town centre.  It is bookable for stays from 7 May 2018.

Or, at the other end of the scale, you may want to investigate Dover Adventure Backpackers.

In Deal

Deal is eight miles from Dover and has a good range of accommodation.  The town's comprehensive Tourist Information website is here.

Deal was the first town in the South of England to receive Walkers Are Welcome status.  Further suggestions for walks and accommodation in or near Deal are here.

In Sandwich

Sandwich is "one of the best preserved medieval towns in England".  The Visit Sandwich website is here.

For a wider variety of accommodation in White Cliffs Country check here.

And the Visit Kent website for the local area is here.  In their words: "England's most charismatic chunks of chalk, chic eateries, boutique sleep spots, history-rich ports and prime golf courses, make this a must-see stretch of Kent coast."

In Hastings

The local tourist information booking site for Hastings and 1066 Country is here.

In Ashford and Tenterden

Check out this tourist information site for accommodation, facilities and events.

The Cinque Ports

See their History and Geography - Then and Now - in this detailed leaflet.