The Millers Arms

Address: 2 Mill Lane, Canterbury, Kent, England, CT1 2AW, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 2 Mill Lane, Canterbury, is near Canterbury Cathedral, The Canterbury Tales, Roman Museum, and Museum of Canterbury (Formerly Heritage Museum).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Millers Arms Canterbury

    Reviewed by gggoes2england

    Canterbury Friendly B&B

    by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Enjoying our stay at Millers Arms. Staff is quite helpful. Love the location. Riverwalk is across the street. Had dinner here tonight and food and drink was very tasty! Beds are fine. Looking forward to breakfast in the morning!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Millers Arms Canterbury

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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    Canterbury and Whitstable

    A travel blog entry by gggoes2england on Jul 21, 2015

    1 comment, 47 photos

    Hi Friends,

    Deb and I had yet another great breakfast at our B&B, the Millers Arms Inn by the Stour River.
    Deb, who lived in Wakefield, UK for a year, pointed out that Brits often spread Marmite on their toast. She encouraged me to try it, so I did, and YUCK YUCK YUCK YUCK! I swallowed lots of coffee afterward. It doesn't even …

    A lovely coastal walk

    A travel blog entry by nicknurden on Jul 12, 2015

    3 photos

    The morning weather was cloudy but dry (the forecast rain stayed away) so we decided to do the walk along the coast from Broadstairs to the Viking ship at Pegwell Bay that we wanted to do. After a gentle start we set off from Margaret's at about 10.00.

    We walked down to the seafront at Broadstairs and then set off in the direction of Ramsgate staying up on the cliff tops. It was breezy, but ...


    A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on Apr 10, 2015

    6 photos

    ... is a Peugeot (I can't find a way to spell that so that it looks correct!) and a diesel. It's a free upgrade from what we ordered, so that's nice. The only problem so far is that the windscreen wiper stick is where we are used to having the blinker. Bloody French.

    We used the GPS to take us to Canterbury, but having arrived in the city we didn't know where to aim for, so we found ourselves winding round and round tiny cobblestoned streets ...

    A Real Canterbury Tale

    A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Aug 30, 2014

    57 photos

    ... rebuilt and redone several times due to fire, earthquakes and time. It survived the German blitzes during WW2. Entering the Cathedral, we were just in awe of the high soaring pillars in Nave, which is 14th Century Perpendicular Gothic Architecture. The crypt, which dates back to the 11th Cantury, is Romanesque (Norman). Along the sides are the tombs of several Archbishops along with King Henry IV and his wife and Edward, Prince of ...

    Thanks, Otterbox, you're a pal!

    A travel blog entry by daniellechalk on Jun 02, 2014

    5 photos

    ... or numb by the time they mosey their way into our life. Maybe I'm speaking for myself with this but I’ll never play the “I’m damaged” card as a “get out of jail free” coupon when I can’t bring myself to trust. The term damaged is entirely subjective and interchangeable with smartened, savvy, and wiser, and sometimes “frigid *****” but just shake that one off if you get that too.. anywhoo. I’m not preaching Mormon ...