Our hotel is perfectly situated for those looking to experience the magnificent sights that Kent has to offer. Rich in history and culture, visit incredible places such as Leeds Castle, The White Cliffs of Dover, Canterbury Cathedral and many more! With easy access to the train stations and bus service, finding your way around will be a breeze.
Whatever the reason for your stay, we can provide you with a personalised experience that you will remember;
With so many exciting places to visit and fun activities in the area, we can help you fill your day. Only a stones throw from Folkestone Beach, Leas Cliff Hall, Lower Leas Coastal Park and Folkestone Harbour Arm, family activities aren't far away.
Our facilities are perfect for those who need simplicity and ease from the moment you walk through the front door. With our hassle-free check in, we provide a seamless transition from reception to bedroom.
Visit Folkestone's Creative Quarter where you will find The Old Highstreet full of stylish boutiques and shops.
We are located a mere 20 minutes away from the famous Ashford Designer Outlet, so if you’re looking to get away for the weekend and go on that feel-good shopping spree, this is the perfect opportunity for you. Take a look at over 80 boutiques, café’s, restaurants and even a children’s play area! To find out more, visit http://www.mcarthurglen.com/uk/ashford-designer-outlet/en/
Just 5 minutes walk down the historical zig-zag path lies a perfectly sheltered and spotlessly clean shingle beach. Just a 15-minute walk further along from our hotel, is the harbour and Sunny Sands beach. As one of the closest sandy beaches to London, it’s not surprising it’s visited by so many!
Folkestone Harbour Arm Everything you need is close by, including cafes, pubs and shops. Check out the newly restored harbour arm, an exciting place to visit if you are in Folkestone, the host of many events and activities. Enjoy live music and plenty of places to eat and drink or simply take a stroll down to the lighthouse champagne bar.
The Lower Leas Coastal Park is a beautiful environment, located directly opposite our hotel via the historic zig-zag path. The park has something for everyone, including exquisitely landscaped gardens, an amphitheatre, exciting children’s adventure play area and dedicated barbeque zones. For a less strenuous return to the hotel, take a ride on the scenic Leas Cliff Lift.
The Leas Cliff Hall is one of Folkestone’s main attractions. Opened in 1927, the hall has seen its fair share of world famous acts and played host to a variety of shows ranging from comedy, concerts, ballet and even wrestling. The hall is situated on the Leas, a couple of minutes walk from our hotel.
Folkestone's Creative Quarter is described as "Folkestone's Cultural Heart". Full of vibrant boutiques, interior designers and art galleries, the creative quarter is a must-visit destination. If you are looking to explore Folkestone's artistic side, discover past artworks from the Triennial with these handy walking route maps.
Littlestone Golf Club situated approximately 25 minutes from The View Hotel on the Romney Marsh. The club dates back to 1881 and plays host to a variety of major golfing events. The championship course is always in excellent condition and the clubhouse is full of character.
Romeny, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway provides you with the opportunity to discover and explore this unique part of Kent. With a long history dating back to 1927, the railway has been an integral part of history for Romeny Marsh. The railway hosts many events throughout the year including Halloween spectaculars, santa's grottos and also is a lovely setting for any celebration. To find out more visit https://www.rhdr.org.uk/
'Creative Folkestone' is an independent charity dedicated to enabling the regeneration of Folkestone through creative activity. Many inspiring concepts have come out of this foundation including the Creative Quarter, situated in the Old High Street, where you will find quaint old properties given a new lease of life and turned into contemporary spaces including diverse boutique shops, cafes and a host of individual galleries. Every three years, the town hosts the famous Folkestone Triennial, a well-established public art project welcoming artists of all abilities to use Folkestone as their canvas and turn public areas into stunning artworks. Creative Folkestone also hosts Folkestone Book Festival, an established and well-known Book Festival in the UK. See more information here: Folkestone Book Festival
The perfect venue for a programme of theatre, dance, comedy, film and music. Home to Folkestone’s book festival, it’s the place to go if you are looking to be inspired and entertained.
This well established and increasingly popular market has a range of stalls consisting of art, crafts and artisan foods. See what's coming up on their website https://www.folkestonefestival.org/artmart/
Folkestone is a prime location for those wanting to explore Kent.
We are also just a 25 minute drive to historic Canterbury. An incredible city steeped in tradition, the modern and vibrant city centre offers great night life including beautifully kept public houses, night clubs, stylish cocktail bars and plenty more! For more information, visit http://www.canterbury.co.uk/
For family days out, look no further than the fantastic animal parks in the area. Check out Port Lympne, an award winning animal park, just a 15 minute drive from our hotel! Or head down to Howletts and see some of the worlds exotic and endangered animals, including the UK’s largest herd of African Elephants!
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