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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.
30-32 Clifton Gardens, The Leas GB - Folkestone CT20 2EF
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..
16-19 The leas GB - Folkestone CT20 2DU
Prix Prices from : 25 £
Situated just 10 minutes' drive from the Channel Tunnel Terminal, this traditional sea-facing hotel is situated on The Leas, Folkestone's cliff-top promenade. With free parking and free Wi-Fi throughout, it is a 15-minute drive from Dover's Port. Ma..
63 Bouverie Road West GB - Folkestone CT20 2RN
Prix Prices from : 28 £
Only 5 minutes’ walk from Folkestone town centre and the Leas beaches, the Wycliffe offers cooked breakfasts and free off-road parking. The hotel has a bar, restaurant and garden. Rooms at the Wycliffe have views over Folkestone or Trinity Gardens a..
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, ..