I'd read somewhere that this place served the best pint of Bass in Folkestone and having sampled it I wouldn't disagree, and the price was certainly good for a hotel bar. I would probably recommend the hotel as a place to stay although I did think that, like many similar places, the public areas were nice but the room disappointed a little. This may have been because I was travelling alone and booked a single room. It is in a handy location though, 10-15 minutes walk from the train station, close to the main shopping street (Sandgate Road) and right on the Leas overlooking the Leas Cliff Hall.
Unique Quality: There is a reasonably large bar and a comfortable residents lounge. The restaurant backs onto to some nice garden scenery.
Directions: From the train station head down Castle Hill Avenue towards the seafront and into Clifton Gardens. From the town follow signs to the Leas Cliff Hall and it is close by.
This is a really elegant regency hotel in the east cliff area of folkestone with fantastic views over the channel to france from most rooms (when its not bloody foggy). its a bit on the pricey side but its worth paying that little bit more just for the view. Its also in a perfect location for the theater and town center. The clifton also has a lovely restaurant serving food to the non guests, again a bit expensive but the food is great.
Unique Quality: All the rooms have bathroom, sky t.v. panoramic sea views Oh and a bed Hahaha.
Directions: in the east cliff area, next to the william harvey statue.
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Address: The Leas, Clifton Gardens, Folkestone, Kent, CT20 2EB, United Kingdom