I went to Canterbury by myself on historical trip and stayed at the Four Seasons B&B for three full nights. Best choice I could have ever made. It is connected perfectly to the bus station, the Cathedral, the Marlowe Theater and the Canterbury Christ Church University. On foot, it takes you cca. 17-20 minutes to reach each one of them. If you like o walk, you do not need to take a public transportation means, as all roads lead to Four Seasons B&B, of course if you go north and follow the direction of Sturry Road.
On day one Roger and Natalie welcomed me, helped me check in, showed me around, provided me with a city map and gave me a lot of useful info on restaurants and places to visit. I booked a single room facing the street, but it has been surprisingly quiet during each single night. Everything was neat and tidy, prepared and arranged with care. There were a lot of helpful indications on the walls of the room and shared bathroom, so you might very well read them in order to facilitate the use of the outlets and whatnot. One small mention though: the house is not big, it has a capacity of 5-6 rooms, so make sure you do not make a lot of noise at night to avoid waking your neighbors up.
Breakfast was delicious!!! A wide range of choices on the menu, from a full typical British breakfast to eggs Benedict and smoked fish, cereals, croissants, a variety of toasted bread, coffee, tea, milk, you name it. Roger and Natalie are not only exquisite chefs, but also very social and entertaining. I learnt a great deal about Canterbury while having breakfast. :-)
I rate this bed and breakfast excellent. And not only. Everything about Kent is excellent: clean and secure, friendliness and hospitality, delicious farmer's dishes, tasty strong beers (Old Speckled Hen was my personal favorite), fresh air, amazing landscapes, great historical value and karaoke.
TRIP TIP: If you have enough time, do take a bus to Dover and visit the Secret Wartime Tunnels, Henry II's Castle, the Anglo-Saxon Church, the Roman Lighthouse and the White Cliffs. On a clear sky sunny day you can even see France.
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