A superior hotel break just moments from the historic city of Canterbury
Enjoy a night of comfort just moments from the historic city of Canterbury with this fantastic overnight hotel break at The Falstaff. This 15th century haven is surrounded by delightful scenery, and you and your guest will enjoy classic charm and comfort as you relax in your Superior room – which features a beamed ceiling, a cosy fireplace and a wonderful four-poster bed. With countless local attractions to visit, you’ll love this idyllic getaway.
This voucher is an easy and flexible way for you and a guest to enjoy an unforgettable hotel break. Upon arrival you will be shown to your beautifully decorated Superior room – which features wood panelling, a beamed ceiling, a cosy fireplace and a luxurious four-poster bed. In the morning you will be treated to a delicious full English breakfast. Originally a 15th century coaching inn, The Falstaff is situated within walking distance of Canterbury City centre – a historic location boasting countless stunning attractions. Whether you’re visiting the world-famous Norman Cathedral, enjoying a Canterbury River Tour or simply visiting the stylish shops of the high street, you’ll find plenty of ways to relax during your overnight stay.
This experience is available at Kent:
Kent (South East) - Canterbury
Your voucher is valid for 10 months for two people. This experience includes one night’s accommodation in a Superior room with a full English breakfast in the morning. All dates are subject to availability. Please note: available Sunday-Thursday only.
One Night Superior Break at The Falstaff
Absolutely beautiful hotel. I traded in another voucher for this one to go and visit family nearby. We stayed in a superior room and it was stunning, the focal part of which was an amazing Tudor style 4 poster bed which is easily the most comfy thing I have ever slept on.
Even the fire alarm waking us up at 7am couldn't spoil the stay for us, we had a brilliant breakfast (I thoroughly recommend the sausages) and then pootled around Canterbury town as the hotel is right by the West Gate.
The only negative I can think of is that the directions provided by the hotel when we booked to the car park were incomprehensible and that this should be better signposted.
Would definitely stay again.
07 May 2013