The best affordable Canterbury Bed and Breakfasts, small hotels


Canterbury Bed and Breakfast accommodation at amazing prices

  • Browse our collection of B&Bs and boutique hotels in the city of Canterbury.
  • Places to stay range from small independent hotels to family-run guest houses.
  • All accommodation offers a comfy bed, a prepared breakfast, as well as help and advice on travel and local visitor attractions.
  • This is an affordable and often more characterful alternative to staying in a larger hotel in Canterbury.

Use the search tool above to check availability and prices across our entire selection of Canterbury accommodation.

Canterbury B&B Reviews

  • "Would recommend to all my family and friends, great location and value for money. Breakfast choice was exceptional." Ian E
  • "Great campus with views of the Cathedral. Nice en suite room, very quiet." Geoff D
  • "We really enjoyed our stay .The staff were excellent and so friendly and helpful. The rooms were very clean and tidy, and I appreciated the use of a kettle in room greatly. The breakfast was fabulous." Roseanna M

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Canterbury Visitor information


An Introduction to Canterbury

The City of Canterbury lies on the River Stour in Kent, South East England, about 55 miles from London. It is a beautiful city full of exquisite architecture, exciting attractions, shops, theatres and restaurants. Dominating the city centre is the magnificent Canterbury Cathedral, one of the oldest and most famous Christian structures in England and seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury, leader of the Church of England.

Things to do in Canterbury

West Gate Towers and Museum offer a scenic view as well as history surrounding the Gaol. Canterbury Cathedral is a world heritage site, as well as S.t Martins and S.t Augustines Abbey. The Museum of Canterbury is housed in a medieval building and shows ancient history whilst Druidstone park is an enchanting woodland park with a bluebell trail. Chaucer's Canterbury Tales also come alive in the city at Canterbury Tales.

Getting to Canterbury

By Bus and Coach

National Express coaches run to Canterbury from London Victoria Coach Station, it is also well served by Stagecoach East Kent buses from Canterbury Bus Station.

By Air

London Airports are all approximately under two hours drive from Canterbury city centre. Visitors arriving at any of London's airports and wanting to travel by public transport to the area must first travel to central London and change to a connecting coach or train service.

By Car

Canterbury has excellent road links with the M20 (M25/ M26) and M2 motorways, providing easy links with London and its airports.

By Rail

Canterbury has two mainline stations, East and West, and is served by frequent trains to and from London Charing Cross and London Victoria, as well as to and from Dover Priory and Ramsgate. If you travel by Eurostar to Ashford International there is a regular train service to Canterbury West. Whitstable and Herne Bay stations are both on a direct line from London Victoria.


Canterbury History


Canterbury and the surrounding area has a whole host of history and heritage for you to discover. Canterbury is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and has two castles, six museums and an attraction that lets you step back in time to the Middle Ages. The Cathedral, St Augustine’s Abbey and St. Martins Church form the trio of World Heritage Sites in Canterbury. The Abbey was founded in 597AD. Along side these, there is Canterbury Tales, where you can step back into the Middle Ages and join the pilgrims on their journey from London to Canterbury Cathedral. 

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