Close Attractions

Disneyland Resort Paris

If you're travelling with your family to the magic of Disneyland Resort Paris (Euro Disney) then Warren Cottage could make the perfect overnight stop-over before leaving the UK via the nearby Channel Tunnel or ferry ports.

All our rooms are ideal for families or groups looking to avoid the expense of stopping in a hotel.

Eurotunnel Shuttle

Eurotunnel Shuttle (also known as Le Shuttle) is a shuttle service between Calais/Coquelles in France and Folkestone in the UK. It transfers road vehicles through the Channel Tunnel, with passenger vehicles being carried in closed wagons. Roughly half of the train carries cars and other relativly low vehicles in a double-deck system, with the first and last two carriages of the section containing the off-ramps. Coaches, buses and other high vehicles travel in the single deck section, whilst in times of overcrowding cars can also use this area. Budget cuts have meant that Eurotunnel occasionaly run trains at 'half full' - closing the top deck to minimise cost.

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William Harvey Hospital

Warren Cottage Hotel is situated just a 3 minute walk from the NHS William Harvey Hospital, is just down the road from the Pilgrims Hospice and is close to a number of other private hospitals in the local area.

Our rooms are ideal for families visiting patients or those looking for self-catering, private accommodation close to their loved ones undergoing treatment. We also regularly host visiting medical staff and hospital contractors who need accommodation close to the hospital facilities.

Dymchurch Martello Tower - Kent

Dymchurch Martello TowerKentThis is one of many artillery towers that formed part of a chain of strongholds across the Kent coast to resist Napoleon.

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Ashford Town Centre

Ashford is a town in the county of Kent, England. It lies on the River Great Stour at the south edge of the North Downs and hosts more than 50 shops alongside cafes and restaurants

Julie Rose Athletics Stadium

Customers are able to benefit from a wide range of leisure facilities and activities in the Ashford area. These include;3 swimming pools, 2 modern fully equipped gyms and over 160 group fitness classes a week plus a huge range of indoor courses and activities such as squash, badminton, table tennis, basketball, trampolining, gymnastics and football.

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Port Lympne Reserve (zoo)

Port Lympne Reserve offers exciting days out in Kent filled with discovery for the entire family. Set in 600 acres, and housing over 650 rare and endangered animals, Port Lympne offers a treat for everyone.

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Willesborough Windmill

The Windmill was built in 1869 and remained a working mill until the 1950's.
Visitors can be taken on a guided tour around the whole mill.

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Ashford Museum

Housed in a Grade II listed 1600s building, this museum offers exhibits on Ashford's history.

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Broome Park Golf Club - Canterbury

Broome Park Estate was established during the reign of Charles I.The magnificent Mansion, recently refurbished to its former glory, boasts as one of its many owners Lord Kitchener. The 6,624 yard parkland golf course is set within the 268 acre Broome Park Estate. The 18 Hole Golf Course, one of the finest in Kent, was designed by the well known golf course architect Donald Steel. The undulating countryside, with beautiful views of the surrounding valleys makes this coursea good test for all Golfers, of all ages and has a particularly interesting 18th Hole.

Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral in Canterbury, Kent, is one of the oldest and most famous Christian structures in England. It forms part of a World Heritage Site.

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Dover Castle - Kent

At 18:57 hours on 26 May 1940, the signal was received to start Operation Dynamo – the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force and French troops from Dunkirk's beaches on the northern coast of France. The network of underground tunnels beneath Dover Castle became the nerve centre of the whole operation. The best estimate was that only 45,000 of the troops could be brought back, yet Winston Churchill announced to the House of Commons on 4 June that 338,000 troops had been saved, despite the operation itself coming under attack.Today, you can experience life as it was lived by the 700 personnel based here in the worst days of the World War II. Relive the drama as a wounded pilot is taken into the underground hospital to fight for his life and see the Command Centre that Churchill visited to see the plans that helped lead to Allied victory.

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The White Cliffs of Dover

There can be no doubt that The White Cliffs of Dover are one of this country's most spectacular natural features. They are an official icon of Britain and have been a symbol of hope and freedom for centuries. You can appreciate their beauty and enjoy their special appeal through the seasons by taking one of the dramatic clifftop walks, which offer unrivalled views of the busy English Channel and the French coast. While here, learn more about the fascinating military and penal history of The White Cliffs and savour the rare flora and fauna only found on this chalk grassland. Note:toilets only available when Visitor Centre open

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Camber Castle - East Sussex

A rare example of an original Henrician fort. Nature Reserve, including castle. A visit to Camber Castle today involves a pleasant one mile walk across flat fields. The castle is managed by Rye Harbour Nature Reserve in co-operation with English Heritage and guided walks around the nature reserve and castle are organised regularly. The exterior of the castle is free to visit at any reasonable time, and the interior can be visited on weekend afternoons in the summer.

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Folkestone Centre

Folkestone is an elegant and traditional seaside resort, possessing clean, sandy beaches, a wide sweeping promenade. The town is largely a Victorian and Georgian creation, sculpted by the Earl of Radnor, who laid out its elegant parks, crescents and avenues, the most famous of which is ‘The Leas’ – a one mile clifftop promenade walk which offers the visitor unrivalled views of the Channel and the chance to take a ride down to the seafront on the Victorian water-powered Leas Lift. To sum up, Folkestone is a town with much to offer the visitor – windsurfing, sailing, fishing, cycling, swimming, bowling, golf, horse racing at Folkestone Racecourse, excellent shopping on the cobbled Old High Street.