Things to see and do - Folkestone
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Folkestone Travel guide
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Folkestone has long been the second Channel ferry port after Dover. When the town was a resort in the mid-19C, the clifftop to the west was laid out as a grassy promenade called The Leas, from where there is a superb panorama over the sea (as far as the French coast on a fine day). At the foot of the North Downs on the northern outskirts of the town lies the opening to the Channel Tunnel and Eurotunnel terminal complex.
22-26 The Leas GB - Folkestone CT20 2DY
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Overlooking the English Channel, The Southcliff Hotel is situated on The Leas Promenade and only a 1-minute walk from the Leas Cliff Hall venue. The hotel is a 10-minute drive from the Channel Tunnel Terminal and offers free Wi-Fi in public areas, a ..
30-32 Clifton Gardens, The Leas GB - Folkestone CT20 2EF
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Only 5 minutes’ walk from Folkestone town centre, this sea-facing Victorian hotel offers bright en suite rooms, many with sea or garden views. The Salisbury Hotel features a restaurant, free Wi-Fi in public areas, and free on-street parking, 3 minute..
The Leas, Clifton Gardens GB - Folkestone CT20 2EB
Overlooking the English Channel, the Best Western Clifton Hotel offers en suite bedrooms, many with sea views. It is 10 minutes from Folkestone town centre, railway station and Channel Tunnel. Built in 1864, the Clifton Hotel retains an elegant Vict..
4-5 Fish Market GB - Folkestone CT19 6AA
Set within a stylish harbourfront eco-building affording lovely sea views. Smart cantilevered dining room with full-length windows opening onto a terrace; semi open air bar upstairs. Menus mix seafood and local meats; veg is from their farm. Nearby, ..