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St Johns Court Guest House, Canterbury, Kent
The historic prominence of Canterbury has been well documented through the ages, from the 12th century martyrdom of Thomas Becket when he was murdered in the legendary Cathedral, to the famous Canterbury Tales as penned by Geoffrey Chaucer. Chaucer's writings were inspired by Becket's martyrdom and the subsequent pilgrimages to the local Cathedral which has never ceased to be one the world’s most significant religious buildings. Located just off Castle Street, within the city walls, St John's Court Guest House in St John's Lane is the ideal base for those hoping to furnish their stay with the wealth of historical sights and activities to be found in Canterbury. The guest house is just a few minutes walk from the Cathedral and quality restaurants, surrounded by the fine architecture for which the city is renowned. St John's Court Guest House offers eight rooms in all, with the option for either single, twin, double or family accommodations. For the use of guests the house has two bathrooms on the first floor and two extra toilets. All rooms have television. For those who would like to make their own tea or coffee, facilities are available in the kitchen. Breakfast, included in the tariff, is served in the guest dining room, where a choice of three morning meals are offered. Vegans and vegetarians are most welcome, as long as sufficient notification is given for the appropriate preparations. Despite being centrally located, the house is in a peaceful area typical of a Canterbury side street. The courtyard has parking spaces, so it’s easy to leave your car and explore the area on foot. Rates : £30 per person per night. £45 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Sorry, no children. No smoking. Sorry, no pets. Off street parking.