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Limited secure car parking is available on a first come, first served basis and charged at £18 per night. To get to the car park, navigate to Jewry Lane, CT1 2NP (view on Google Maps), the car park entrance is situated on Jewry Lane which will be on the right hand side as you approach the Old Brewery Tavern, it is barrier operated.
Regrettably we are unable to reserve spaces.
If the car park is full then there are council car parks around the city or park and ride locations available. View the council's interactive map of these locations here. Please feel free to take your luggage to the reception desk who will happily look after it whilst you park your car.
From London (M2/A2)
1. Follow signs to Canterbury and when you join the ring road take the 2nd exit at the roundabout signposted to Margate and Ashford.
2. At the next roundabout next to the ruins of Canterbury Castle, take the 1st exit into Castle Street.
3. Drive along Castle Street and take the second left-hand turning into Rosemary Lane, at the end of which turn right into Stour Street.
4. Drive to the end of Stour Street where you will find the hotel on the right-hand side just past the Old Brewery Tavern.
From Ashford (A28)
1. Follow signs to Canterbury and when you join the ring road take the 2nd exit at the roundabout into Castle Street.
2. Drive along Castle Street and take the second left-hand turning into Rosemary Lane, at the end of which turn right into Stour Street.
3. Drive to the end of Stour Street where you will find the hotel on the right-hand side just past the Old Brewery Tavern.
If using Sat Nav, please enter postcode CT1 2NP.
Travelling by Train
Trains from London Victoria arrive at Canterbury East and trains from St Pancras arrive at Canterbury West.
There are nearly 50 trains a day from London to Canterbury and average journey times vary to around one hour twenty minutes to one hour fifty minutes depending on the stopping service.
The services continue on to the coast and therefore there is a regular and consistent service from Dover and Ramsgate that will also stop at both Canterbury stations on their respective journeys to London.
Most of the larger market towns in and around Kent (Maidstone, Ashford, Sittingbourne and Faversham) also provide services into Canterbury which take about 20 – 25 minutes.
Both Canterbury stations are within a leisurely 8 minute walk of the ABode.