Ebury Hotel

Address: 65/67 New Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent, England, CT1 3DX, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.

Location

This hotel, located on 65/67 New Dover Road, Canterbury, is near Canterbury Cathedral, Howletts Wild Animal Park, The Canterbury Tales, and Roman Museum.
Map this hotel

Amenities

Photos of Ebury Hotel

    View all photos
         

      Historical Traveler Reviews Ebury Hotel Canterbury

      Wonderful

      from

      Stayed at the Ebury Hotel for a three day break 21st April 2005, booked over the Internet. Everything was first class, although only a 2 Star Hotel the facilities, the food, the Staff deserve far more. We had a twin room overlooking the garden (No 1) which was delightful and the bathroom was beautiful, everything was clean and all the small touches ( shampoo, bath oil etc) that one would expect of a first class hotel were provided.

      The breakfast is great, enough to keep you going all day, and extra tea, coffee, toast offered without having to ask. Also an indoor swimming pool is available in a seperate room across the garden, towels provided by the Hotel, a real plus.

      Canterbury is a lovely City, the Cathedral is awesome, well worth a visit, so much history everywhere.

      I can throughly recommend both the Hotel and the City.

      Wowed by a 2 Star!

      from

      I loved this hotel. Our triple room was huge and and extremely comfortable and clean. The indoor heated pool was fantastic and the back garden quaint. The breakfast was a delicious traditional English one. We don't usually stay at anything less than 3 stars but this place was exceptional.

      Wonderful Accommodation

      from

      I Stayed at the Ebury Hotel the accomodation was wonderful, and the breakfasts were tasty. I was also very grateful to the receptionist who was on duty on my arrival (Sylvain) he was very polite and helpful.

      A wonderful break at the Ebury Hotel

      from

      We recently spent a half-board weekend at Ebury Hotel in Canterbury, and very much enjoyed our stay. The hotel has an excellent chef called Jean-Pierre and our service thoughout was attentive. The room was spacious, and the en-suite had a full-size bath and shower. Canterbury was lovely, the cathedral breathtaking and the surrounding streets packed full of interesting shops. I must also mention the indoor pool, a must for a weekend away, and also the traditional cooked breakfast. We got a discount for booking on their website, and will definately return.

      Dirty appartment and rude staff

      from

      When we arrived on Sunday evening in November the bungalow we had booked for the week was freezing cold and had not been cleaned since the last occupants had vacated. The bathroom was unusable, floor and china dirty, microwave a disaster and when we turned on the electric heaters one was not working. We were told by the rude receptionist that the cleaning lady was ill and no-one would be available to clean until at least Monday morning and that the heater had been working the previous day. When we requested a room in the almost empty hotel we were refused and advised that we could have our money back and leave if we weren't happy. We left.

      We loved this hotel

      from

      Our family of 4 (mom, dad and 2 teens) stayed at this hotel in July 2003. Our family room was spacious and very comfortable. The hotel is immaculately clean and serves a wonderful breakfast in a lovely, clean dining room. The back yard is also exquisite with chairs for lounging and a table for picnics. It's a bit of a walk to the town centre (approx 20 mins). My only suggestion would be to ask for a room at the back of the hotel if traffic noise bothers you; the hotel is on a very busy street. Otherwise, enjoy!

      Cottage at the Ebury hotel

      from

      We stayed for a week at one of the self-catering cottages at the Ebury Hotel this summer. It was our most enjoyable stay in England so far. The cottage was clean, tastefully furnished and equipped with all modern conveniences.

      It is a great location for going on trips to Kent or even London. The city-centre is only a ten minutes walk from the hotel and yet you feel you are staying in a peaceful, tranquil place in the country.

      We spent wonderful summer evenings sitting in the quiet and park-like hotel garden while our three kids enjoyed themselves in the indoor pool.

      Stay at the Ebury Hotel in Canterbury

      from

      We had a lovely time at this charming hotel, indoor pool and great restaurant, much better than others we have tried. :-)

      Ebury Hotel Review

      from

      We had a fantastic stay just outside the centre of the city at the Ebury Hotel, the rooms were clean and comfortable, the food was excellent, and of course there was the indoor heated pool, which was a god-send for the children.

      We will certainly return there and perhaps stay in one of the self-catering cottages for a week, using it as a base to see south-eastern England.

      :-)

      TripAdvisor Reviews Ebury Hotel Canterbury

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Canterbury

      A Long Man and Leeds Castle

      A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 11, 2015

      5 photos

      ... or perhaps a hiker with two trek poles). It was original cut into the turf by ??? but the Victorians replaced the lines with white bricks so that the outside is easier to see. The muddy path towards the figure went beside the road and up and across a farmers paddock. A closer look meant that some of the figure was hidden by the grass tuffets on the hill. After the family photo using the selfie stick we walked back down the hill and along the road to avoid the mud. Nevertheless we ...

      A trip to Canterbury

      A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Sep 07, 2014

      11 photos

      ... them up with plaques and memorials and floor stones and wall stones, all in memory of either 1) people connected with that church, which I have no problem with - there are memorial stones and effigies of Archbishops of Canterbury and Deans and Deacons all over the place; or 2) soldiers of the empire. And companies. And regiments. And battalions. And so on and so on. English churches have a way for me of ending up feeling like they are more about the British ...

      Christianity in Canterbury

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Apr 17, 2014

      3 photos

      ... is the blessing of the oils and the reaffirmation of the clergy of their vows followed by communion. During communion the Archbishop walked down the choir pausing to bless various people along the way. Allen and I were among those whose hands he shook as he said "peace be with you". Although we are Quakers not Anglicans it was still a very solemn and special moment. He is certainly a spiritual leader and radiated peace and ...

      If Hellen Keller could see…

      A travel blog entry by daniellechalk on Feb 24, 2014

      2 photos

      ... artwork on Paint and draw uni-brows on all self-portraits. Bask in your self-complacency for being so funny

      7. Look up once every 37th minute to see a woman pulling a scripture out of her vagina, rapidly return to your happy place playing Angry Birds

      8. Look down for long enough to allow your mind to morph your Lecturer into Bruce from Family Guy. ...

      Whistle stop trip to Whistable

      A travel blog entry by bibi64 on Sep 26, 2013

      11 photos

      ... extensions to accommodate the flow of pilgrims visiting the shrine of Thomas Becket, the archbishop who was murdered in the cathedral in 1170. The Normans and transepts survived until the late 14th century, when they were demolished to make way for the present structures.

      The grounds were also stunning, definitely worth a visit.

      Still had time afterwards to walk through Canterbury itself before being collected ...