Are you looking for a fine place to stay in Folkestone? Then look no further. The Best Western Clifton Hotel in Folkestone is perched on the famous Leas, with views across the Channel to France. Celebrated as a Folkestone landmark, the hotel is fabulously situated only fifty yards from the Leas Cliff Hall Conference and Entertainment Centre. The majestic sands of the East Cliff Beach are just a pleasant stroll away whilst the town center and harbor are mere minutes away. As this charming hotel near the heart of Folkestone dates back to the 1864, you'll enjoy Victorian character as well as modern convenience during your stay.
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Whatever you want to do - shop till you drop, go for a walk or run on the Leas, enjoy a theatre show or simply relax at the hotel - we're certain you'll leave feeling fabulous and refreshed. With Dover Castle and the Kent Downs area of outstanding natural beauty also just down the road, you’ll never be short of places to see and things to do near Folkestone.
The Best Western Clifton Hotel makes an excellent base for trips to France, as it’s only three miles from the Channel Tunnel terminal and seven miles from the ferry port in Dover. You can also drive to the M20 motorway in just a few minutes. For these same reasons, the hotel makes an excellent conference venue in Folkestone. Not only can we accommodate guests crossing the Channel, but our superb function rooms mean that we can host your business meeting in style.
With Victorian character and a fantastic coastal location, the Best Western Clifton Hotel is sure to make for an incredibly memorable stay.
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Folkestone, United Kingdom on 16-Feb-18
What a fabulous experience.First class dinner,service was exceptional.Stayed in very comfortable room.Will certainly book again.Thank for making our day really special.The gift from the pastry chef...
I stayed overnight at the hotel and enjoyed every minute. I had a sea view which was wonderful. Hi he room was sooo.. hot and I couldn’t open the window, but hey I’d rather be hot than cold. Room was...