Hotels, Bed and Breakfasts, Guesthouses and Historic Inns of England are but part of a selection of Hotel accommodation and Guesthouses in and around Dover, Kent, England, UK...
Reserve accommodation from your choice of location, price and requirements. Browse the selection by clicking on the Accommodation button above. Crossing the Channel by ferry, tunnel, or departing from Cruise Terminals 1 and 2 at the Port of Dover you will find guest houses, hotels and historic inns offering you a range of town, rural and urban areas. You are sure to find a place to stay that is ideal for your time in "THE GARDEN OF ENGLAND".
WE RECOMMEND YOU "STAY A WHILE"
So much to do, so much to see, the famous Dover Castle our "Jewel in the Crown". With Napoleonic fortifications on the cliffs and World War II secret tunnels hidden beneath Dover Castle, a Bronze Age Boat on display in the town's most interesting museum, a Roman Painted House, Transport Museum, and discover our unique and un-spoilt White Cliffs walks, with stunning views of the English Channel, countryside, promenades and piers representing 2000 years of history. Dover has a Walker's Welcome accreditation badge, with many excellent walking opportunities within our area, along with two long distance footpaths the Saxon Shore Way and the North Downs Way. Whether an experienced walker or casual rambler explore miles of marked walking and themed trails. Two National Cycle Network routes begin their journey at the town. We have some of the world's finest golf courses. Enjoy shopping at De Bradelei Wharf set around the beautiful marina at Dover. Enjoy a saunter on The Blue Bird Trail experiencing the town's historic locations. Experience a unique and exhilarating coastal tour with Dover Sea Safari on board a comfortable RIB speed boat.
HISTORIC TOWN WITH MODERN DEVELOPMENT FOR THE PORT
Welcome to White Cliffs Country, a unique place where coast meets country, beauty meets history and England meets the Continent. Enjoy fascinating history and discover hidden gems. Relax in one of the informal parks, watch the world go by, and visit the reclaimed land from the Euro Tunnel at Samphire Hoe, where the Victorian vegetable Samphire was once gathered. Fantastically positioned as The Gateway to England and close proximity to the continent, Dover has an abundance of culture and historical heritage, the area is a living timeline. We can boast one of the tallest Roman structures in Europe, The Pharos Lighthouse, located in the grounds of Dover Castle. King James I gave Dover Harbour Board its Royal Charter in 1606 placing the Lord Warden and his "Board" in charge of running the Port, which it has administered for 400 years. The Port is currently being modernised with an investment of several million pounds. The traffic management project will make a significant improvement to the operation at the Port. An area with a capacity to hold up to 220 freight vehicles (equivalent to a 2.4 mile single lane) will be constructed between the check-in facility inside the Port and the roundabout at the entrance to the Eastern Docks. This facility is anticipated to be utilised mainly at peak times when the volume of traffic entering the Port exceeds the capacity of one or more ferry operators at the check-in facility. By using the new area to hold traffic for particular ferry operators experiencing heavy demand at the check-in facility, the Port will be better able to facilitate traffic for the remaining ferry operators to reach the check-in facility and be processed for onward transfer to the assembly parks further inside the Port.
For more information on the Port go to Developments list above.
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