Ebury Hotel

65-67 New Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 3DX, United Kingdom
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What is blooming in May and how is the weather? Also any lunch suggestions?

by 127

Looking forward to a cruise stop in Dover for 8 hours. Is it possible to make easy connections to Canterbury on our own? The ship excursions are very expensive.

Re: What is blooming in May and how is the weather? Also any lunch suggestions?

by icowden

Not sure how far it is to dover station, but there may well be a bus. From Dover Priory (Dover STation) its a 15 to 20 minute rail journey to canterbury, which will cost you £5.60 per person as a cheap day return.

It may even be worth look at spending the morning in Canterbury itself and then getting a bus to Herne Bay or Whistable to visit a british "seaside" town (there isn't a huge amount to do in Canterbury).

Re: What is blooming in May and how is the weather? Also any lunch suggestions?

by leics

www.kentpublictransport.info has a journey planner which will help; buses etc.

As for the weather, it could be chilly, warm, sunny, wet....or a combination of all or some of these. Be prepared!

Re: What is blooming in May and how is the weather? Also any lunch suggestions?

by Vixen1

And why not stay in Dover and visit Dover Castle and Hellfire Corner? Fantastic views and a great thing to do.
The walk from the Cruise Terminal to Dover Priory is a pretty long one, so if you choose to take the train, get a taxi.
Or you could walk up the Western Heights and along the White Cliffs. There is a lovely restaurant on the seafront next to De Bradelei Wharf (the discount shopping centre) called Cullins Yard for lunch, or more pub grub at Marine Court (inside the Premier Travel Inn on the seafront).

Travel Tips for Canterbury

Chaplain of Canterbury Cathedral prayer

by Jenniflower

We were well pleased to have been there when the Chaplain decided to come forward and address the people in the Cathedral.

He spoke briefly re things of the world, and prayed for those in need. It was a lovely prayer, and much needed at this time.

Being a Christian (although not of this particular denomination), I fully support the need for prayer and supporting those in need. We basically need to take our eyes off ourselves for a change, and see what we can do for others.

Okay, I will get off my soap box now ;) lol

The Interior Of Canterbury Cathedral...

by coceng

Canterbury is the origins of The English Christianity. It is the site where St. Augustine, the monk sent by Gregory the Great to Christianize the English, baptized King Etherbert of Kent on Whit Sunday in 597. Augustine became the first Archbishop of Canterbury, and his church, dedicated to Christ Jesus, was later burned by the Danes during the reign of Archbishop Alphege.
The left side of The Pulpitum Screen; Pulpitum Screen separates The Nave from The Quire...
Statues of Richard II, Henry V & Ethelbert...

Old world, good food and ambiance galore!

by Jenniflower about The Old Weavers House

To go on the row boat tour of the Stour River, you have to go through this ancient restaurant. It says 1500 on it's door, but it was actually built in 1495.

After the boat ride, as we had eye-balled the delicious looking and smelling meals of the other patrons there, we sat down and had a scrumptious meal.

Food, service, wine and ambiance (being alongside the river Stour) were all brilliant! Only downside was 'the usual problem'... only one loo for the ladies and a queue... lol... so I ventured into the mens... We enjoyed the lamb and steak cutlets. My sister opted for the seafood dish... we were all very sated with our meals. The red wine was good too! (it was from South Africa, so this wasn't a surprise hehe)

Greek

by kentishgirl about Manolis Taverna

This is the smallest restaurant I have ever been in! You feel like you are sitting in your dining room its that small.

But, this makes the service all the better, it has a really personal atmosphere, and the staff are cool.
There are photographs taken from all over Greece on the walls, and the staff are Greek too - its a small run business. Anything from the menu has always been first class.

Kleftiko, Moussaka, Mezes, Baklava etc etc !

House wine served in carafes is food - take it easy though!

Great food!

by kentishgirl about The City Arms

The City Arms is actually a pub, and has recently reopened.
Its clean and modern with tall wooden stools and tables....a really friendly little place with a superb menu! One of my best pals is the chef here, and she decides what goes on the menu...hence its excellent!

The homemade burger in Ciabatta with fries is superb, the sandwiches are huge and tasty...Crab and Prawn, Steak etc.

There is something for everyone on the menu, the food is both excellent and reasonably priced.

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Address: 65-67 New Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 3DX, United Kingdom