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All reviews the cottages victorian building city centre lovely hotel free parking cricket ground cooked breakfast lovely garden self catering breakfast was excellent top floor leave the car large bathroom poster bed full english water pressure road noise
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Reviewed 15 August 2023

Although Eburry is advertised as a Hotel, our 2 night stay in the main building felt more like being in a guest house.

Expect old style traditional fixtures and fittings, worn out dated carpet and tired furnishings.

Our double room was on the second level, with a lovely view out to the back garden. There is no lift and no assistance with luggage, unlike in most hotels.

Tea and coffee in room.

The room was spacious. However the bathroom was disappointing, toilet holder broken so toilet roll left on top of cistern, light bulb needed changing, shower was weak.

Cleanliness was averge and superficial.

Location and complimentary parking were the drawcard, although costings might have factored the 'free' parking into the accommodation cost.

It was a flat walking distance to the city centre and supermarket/ restaurants and sightseeing.

Reception on our arrival was terse and not welcoming.

Breakfast was very good, both in quality, variety and service. Hot breakfast was pre-ordered for selected dining time.

There was a bar area in the room behind Reception which was largely quiet during our stay.

Date of stay: July 2023
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Superwoman888
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Reviewed 21 July 2023

This hotel is in an excellent location as it is just a 10 minute walk into the city. There is also lots of free parking. The hotel itself was clean but rather tired and old fashioned. The man on reception was polite but not at all welcoming. We can’t comment on the breakfast as we had to leave before it was served.

Date of stay: July 2023
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Sarah T
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Reviewed 22 June 2023

We stayed here the night before our wedding (with our whole wedding party) in May 2023. It's a nice little hotel, walking distance to Canterbury town centre. We stayed in the main building, and the rooms were ok but quite dated. The garden is lovely though.

The main issue was that some of our party could not get hot water in the morning (which wasn't ideal as we were getting married that day), and I did not have a shower in my room, just a bath, so had to use a shower in my Bridesmaid's room. Not ideal if you don't know anyone else staying there.

The breakfast was nice, although my vegetarian friend did receive a meat sausage when she had not requested that.

Room tip: Be aware that there's no lift as it's an old building, so can be tricky carrying cases up stairs!
Date of stay: May 2023
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank 972beckiel
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Reviewed 7 June 2023 via mobile

Very special place to rest and visit Canterbury. Spacious rooms, a bath tub, delicious breakfast and very friendly and accommodating staff. Only 600m to the cathedral and town. We initially hesitated staying here and arrived without a booking, the man at reception was so kind and understanding and arranged a room without hesitation. They also had free parking which is a bonus. Dont hesitate booking this beautiful hotel.

Room tip: Walk or take bus into town as there is little parking and a lot of streets are dead ends The cricketers pub has great fish and chips
Date of stay: June 2023
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank PAUL G
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Reviewed 13 May 2023

Traditional Hospitality is our best way to describe this lovely old hotel....A beautiful building that still has retained its character. Rooms not all fancied up ,with all techy electrics and switches!!.actually quite refreshing in these overly complicated days! .Large windows in our room that actually open ,allowing the fresh air in from the most lovely garden,
Warmly welcomed by a very attentive and friendly young man "Elliot"..nothing too much trouble,its a big building but remains personal,quiet and a hotel that I am sure would appeal to "slightly older clientele" who still appreciate seeing a bit of no frills and a lovely breakfast table all laid up with no stone left unturned!, thats just the table let alone the brilliant Full English breakfast included in our very reasonable price.
We only stayed for one night as attending a wedding but could have easily stayed longer if only to appreciate the garden longer.
Thank you Ebury..honest traditions still.regards Paul n Judi

Room tip: Don't expect fancy "mod cons" but if you like peace and quiet and unfussy hotels that still retain British charm ..good choice.
Date of stay: May 2023
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank oakdoor36
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