House of Agnes Canterbury

House of Agnes Canterbury House of Agnes
71 St Dunstans St
01227 472 185

Prices at House of Agnes Canterbury from £80 - £135

The House of Agnes Canterbury dates back to the 15th Century and was referred to by name in Charles Dickens’ novel ‘David Copperfield’. Centrally located, it boasts the largest walled garden in Canterbury and free off-road parking. Only 200m from Canterbury West train station and a short walk from the Cathedral, this recently renovated property proudly boasts eight boutique-style rooms and eight modern ‘stable’ rooms. All are stylishly furnished and with an abundance of amenities including flat-screen TV, DVD player, free Wi-Fi, hairdryer and a well stocked beverage tray. A DVD library and MP3 docking station are also available for guests use. A unique ‘honesty bar’, a library and comfy lounge with eclectic decor and quirky furnishings create an interesting talking point and add to the friendly atmosphere that prevails here. Breakfast, set out in the wood-panelled Quadrant room is a highlight; a cold buffet greets all guests with fresh fruit, juices, cereals, yoghurt and homemade preserves, followed by a freshly cooked Kentish breakfast using local farm produce. The heritage garden and buildings are seeped in history; as well as the recent discovery of a Roman skeleton and other Roman artefact, an extremely rare Astrolabe Quadrant dating from 1388 was unearthed during recent renovations. It was described as ‘one of the greatest discoveries of its kind in the world’ and is currently on permanent exhibition at the British Museum.

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