Two Regency town houses combine to form this ‘rather nice’ modern hotel, a 19th-century public house, near the harbour. Its smartly refurbished rooms have been decorated with heritage shades and a judicious collection of vintage furnishings, oriental rugs and fine prints.
Away from the hubbub of the city streets, Guide inspectors this year liked the warm welcome and ‘cheerful, helpful’ staff at this ‘very special’ purpose-built B&B and conference centre in the ‘beautiful, tranquil’ grounds of the UNESCO-designated World Heritage site.
With wide views of the Kent coast, this privately owned red-brick bolthole is named for the British master who immortalised the region. Prints of JMW Turner’s works hang in the airy, rustic lounge, above squashy sofas and a wood-burning stove; the spacious terrace looks across the garden to the sea.
Selected hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 25% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. Each printed copy of the Guide contains six vouchers worth in total about £150.
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