The Cathedral City of Canterbury was a pilgrimage site in the Middle Ages. Ancient Roman walls encircle the medieval centre with its cobbled streets and timber-framed houses. The Cathedral, founded 597 AD, is one of the oldest and most famous structures in England and forms the centre of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Today Canterbury has a vibrant and eclectic centre, boasting a state-of-the-art theatre, numerous bars, restaurants and excellent shopping. At the Falstaff, we feel it’s “the City that feels more like a village”.