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Hotels near The Belmont Ground stadium - Whitstable Town FC

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Hillview - 82 South Street Whitstable CT5 3EA

0.9 miles from The Belmont Ground
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £90.0 | Customer rating: 6\6
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Hillview is a bungalow set in the middle of a large garden overlooking the North Downs and farmland, where for 9 months of the year we have cows looking at us from the field. Within the garden there is a small amount of play items for your children and dogs can run free as the garden is completely enclosed as long as other guests are ok. We are completely invisible from the road, so complete privacy is assured for those discrete visits.

Marine Hotel - 32-33 MARINE PARADE TANKERTON WHITSTABLE CT5 2BE

1.0 miles from The Belmont Ground
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £115.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Offering beautiful accommodation, and fully re-furbished in 2013, The Marine Hotel makes the perfect base for exploring the vibrant town of Whitstable - home of the annual Oyster Festival, and famed for its fish market, independent shops, art galleries and bohemian lifestyle. With 30 stunning en-suite, air conditioned bedrooms, many with sea views, you could not find a better place to come and escape the everyday, whether you are a leisure or corporate visitor. Sample the delicious menus with breakfast and brunch served in the Orangery from 7.00am daily (8am Sundays) or choose from our extensive bar menu served daily from 12noon until 9.30pm. For more formal dining, treat yourself to a table in the restaurant, serving a fine selection of dishes from 12noon until 9.30pm (6.00pm Sundays). The Marine Hotel is managed by Britain's oldest brewer Shepherd Neame and therefore a comprehensive range of award winning cask ales, world lagers and exciting wines and spirits are served daily from 11.00am. East Kent has plenty to offer visitors with the historic City of Canterbury just a short drive away and further afield the fabulous seaside towns of Herne Bay, Margate, Ramsgate and Broadstairs. General Information: Restaurant, Bar/Lounge, Orangery. Free Wi-Fi. Air Conditioned. Dogs welcome in all public areas except the restaurant. Two dog friendly bedrooms. Tea/Coffee making facilities, hairdryer, Satellite TV (inc Childrens Channels), Radio and telephone in all bedrooms. Disabled access is available in all public areas. Bedrooms on 2nd & 3rd floors are not accessible to Wheelchair Users. Luggage storage. Activities: (all nearby) Tennis Courts, Swimming Pool, Gym, Golf Course and Water Sports Services: Conference/Meeting Rooms, Parties & Weddings. Check In: From 2.00pm Check Out: 11.00am

The Crescent Turner Hotel - WRAIK HILL WHITSTABLE CT5 3BY

1.4 miles from The Belmont Ground
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £135.0 | Customer rating: 6\6
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Boutique and British The Crescent Turner, Whitstable, is a stylish, 18-bedroom boutique hotel, set high up on Wraik Hill, overlooking the Kent coast. It has panoramic views of the sea and gorgeous surrounding countryside. Whitstable is a family-orientated but fashionable seaside town – famous for its beach huts, Oyster Festival and quaint harbour. There are quirky, independent shops and galleries, Whitstable Castle and an increasingly popular arts festival – the Whitstable Biennale. The Crescent Turner has individually designed bedrooms, a restaurant, bar, terrace area, gardens and – very importantly – its own Beach Hut on Whitstable beach, which guests may reserve. Bedrooms are spacious and light, many with sea views. Head down to Whitstable for a family break or a romantic getaway. You’ll love the subtle décor of this newly remodelled boutique hotel – less than two hours from central London. Of course, the beach is a major feature in summer, but Whitstable is busy and interesting all-year round, and there are wonderful walks in the Kent countryside and other pretty towns and villages to visit while you are here.

Westgrange House B And B - 42 Bushyfields Road, Herne Bay CT6 7LJ

4.3 miles from The Belmont Ground
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £90.0 | Customer rating: 6\6
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The Westgrange House Bed & Breakfast offers free WiFi and free private parking, and features en suite rooms overlooking the Kentish countryside. Herne Bay’s seafront can be reached in a 10-minute drive. The traditionally furnished rooms at the Westgrange feature en suite bathrooms, along with a TV with FreeView and tea and coffee making facilities. The house features a garden and patio seating area, available for guests' use. In the mornings, the house serves a full English breakfast in the dining Area. Packed lunch can be provided upon request. There is a pub in Herne Common, just a 10 minute walk away. Canterbury city centre is 15 minutes' away by car and the historic town of Whitstable is also just a short drive away. The Westgrange House is ideally situated for visiting wildlife parks, such Discover Wild Wood or Howletts Wildlife Zoo Park. Further outdoor activities include scenic walks through East Blean Woods, within 100 metres of the guest house or motor-cross at the BMX track in Broomfield/Hoath, less than 10 minutes drive away.

The City of Canterbury - 27 St Thomas Hill, Canterbury CT2 8HW

4.7 miles from The Belmont Ground
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £80.0 | Customer rating: 6\6
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The building was first registered as an ale house in 1803 by Flints Brewers of Stour street,Canterbury, the City of Canterbury had 3 bars and a shop selling local produce. Originally the building had a thatched roof which was later replaced withKentpeg tiles. At the rear of the building, which was originally the kitchen, a large slab was discovered beneath which was a well, behind the building was originally hop gardens. In 1971 the City of Canterbury closed its doors for the last time as a public house and was converted in to student accommodation servicing the local St Edmunds School. We reopened the doors to the public, as a guest house, in August 2002 initially operating just 3 rooms. We have now expanded, due to increased demand, refurbishing further rooms to the present level of 8 rooms, all offering en suite or private facilities. Although the original 3 bars have been removed we have retained the original feel and period setting now used for our reception and breakfast area, also a comfortable lounge with views across the city.
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