The four-star County Hotel was first licensed in 1588, and its history can be traced further back. It has 12th century cellars and 15th century timbers in the bar and lounge. The County Hotel has filled a number of roles in its time - private residence, an inn, a banqueting hall for the corporation and a bank. In 1892 the building was converted to a hotel, and has been one since.
The County Hotel offers a great location on High Street, five minutes walk from the Cathedral. Car parking for 60 cars.
73 bedrooms with en-suite facilities, satellite colour television, telephone, radio, trouser press and hospitality tray.
Canterbury, Ct12rx GB
County Hotel, Canterbury, Kent
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