The Duke of Cumberland Review
The Duke of Cumberland Review – The Duke of Cumberland is located in the picturesque village of Barham. Being almost equidistant between Canterbury Dover and Folkestone and makes the village an ideal centre from which to explore attractive scenery and over 1000 years of history. It provided the home for one of the four knights who in 1175 murdered St Thomas a Beckett in Canterbury Cathedral. Experience Canterbury s history and heritage see our stunning architecture and world famous buildings. Enjoy a day out in Canterbury and visit the magnificent Canterbury Cathedral have a relaxing short break or longer fun-filled family holiday at the seaside in Herne Bay or Whitstable. Canterbury has the perfect blend of city coast and countryside ensuring that however varied your interests are you will be spoilt for choice. You will fall in love with our invigorating coastline our soothing countryside and our breathtaking heritage and culture. After all Canterbury is simply inspirational. The Duke of Cumberland makes an ideal base to explore the area. It rovides comfortable bed & breakfast accommodation a welcoming bar and excellent home cooked food.
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Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout;Car parking available onsite;Restaurant;Iron And Board In Each Room;Childrens Facilities – Outdoor;Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas;Bar
A2 – Road: Barham lays just to the west but out of site of the Main A2 trunk road. The village is well signposted at north and south access via local roads.
Prices From £99 TO £120