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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”.

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Following the latest Government announcement on 31st October, sadly The Falstaff will temporarily close from Thursday 5th November for four weeks.
We understand that this news will be disappointing and we will be contacting all guests to make arrangements to re-book your stay at your convenience. If you would like to contact us in the meantime, please email [email protected] .

We look forward to welcoming you to The Falstaff when we re-open.

For our full COVID-19 policy, please click here.