Things to see and do - Dover
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Flanked by the famous white cliffs, Dover has been England’s gateway since Roman times. Ferries, hovercraft and hydrofoils operate from here, reflecting the fact that the opening of the Channel Tunnel had only a marginal effect on the port’s cross-channel activity. Dover was the Kentish town most affected by German shells and bombs incoming from the French coast. The reconstruction efforts undertaken after the war, however, revealed the archaeological importance of the ancient port.
Tourist attractions Dover : Things to see and do
rd. Upper GB - Dover CT16 1HJ
A 4km-walk along the clifftop leads to South Foreland lighthouse, from where there are extraordinary views of the cliffs, Dover, the Channel and, on a clear day, France.
rd. Castle Hill GB - Dover CT16 1HU
The Romans built a lighthouse (Pharos) on this site, and a church (St Mary de Castro) was later founded by the Saxons. William the Conqueror reinforced the fortifications, and the superb keep was added around 1180, with a surrounding wall. The Consta..
GB - Dover
There are just two Roman Churches in Dover. St-Mary's Church remains in tact but St Jame's Church is in ruins. The Hall of Maison Dieu (14C.) and Maison Dieu House (17C. have also survived, both in Biggin Street and Waterloo Crescent by Phillip Hardw..
Folkestone Road GB - Dover CT15 7AB
Prix Prices from : 56 £
Ideally located, Premier Inn Dover (A20) combines comfortable accommodation with good value, providing the perfect base to explore Dover and the surrounding area. Some of the comfortable rooms at Premier Inn can accommodate 2 adults and 2 children (..
Alkham Valley Road GB - Alkham CT15 7DF
Prix Prices from : 69 £
Striking and modern, The Marquis is a former village pub that offers contemporary dining and chic rooms, all amid beautiful Kent countryside near Dover, Folkestone, Canterbury and Ashford. With views across the Alkham Valley, an Area of Outstanding ..
Jubilee Way. Guston Wood GB - Dover CT15 5FD
Just a 5-minute drive from Dover’s centre, this Premier Inn provides a cooked buffet breakfast and free parking. Its modern, bright rooms include private bathrooms with free toiletries. Each of the colourful rooms offers a TV, tea/coffee facilities ..
19 Beach St GB - Deal CT14 7AH
Traditional hotel restaurant with original stained glass windows, a terrace and views over the Channel. Cooking is hearty, with plenty of seafood on offer. Specials usually come from the day boats and there's a good range of wines.
St Georges Passage GB - Deal CT14 6TA
Found down a narrow passageway, this enthusiastically run restaurant is named after the victuallers who supplied the local ships. Classic dishes are given modern twists; try some small plates followed by a tasting plate at lunch.
West Cliffe, St Margaret's at Cliffe GB - Dover CT15 6EW
Alkham Valley Rd GB - Alkham CT15 7DF
Fashionable former pub with a smart bar, a stylish dining room and a relaxed atmosphere. Accomplished cooking features classical combinations with original touches; portions are generous and presentation is modern. 'Foraging' and 'Tasting' menus are ..