The Falstaff Hotel has been a focus for hospitality in Canterbury for over 600 years. A traditional 15th century coaching inn, the hotel is steeped in history. Over the years the hotel has been extended through conversions on an adjacent Wood Mill and a former pub, The Tap.
Located just a few steps away from the Westgate Towers, the hotel is within easy walking distance of Canterbury City centre and all that it has to offer, including the world-famous Norman Cathedral (designated a World Heritage site) castle, museums, shops and a choice of over 200 restaurants.
There are forty-six ensuite bedrooms and a beamed lounge which offers guests a place to relax after a busy day's sightseeing. The bar opens out onto a pretty outdoor terrace where guests can enjoy a drink in the summer months. The hotel offers a cooked full English breakfast, but no lunch or dinner service, however, there are numerous excellent restaurants within walking distance of the hotel.
There is a private car park within the grounds which accommodates 35 cars and is free for guests' use. Alternatively, there is a public car park on North Lane, opposite the hotel, charged at 90p per hour during the day (maximum 5 hours) or £1.50 overnight charge.