Dover Marina Hotel
Unforgettable, Memorable Experiences
If the past is your cup of tea, the hotel is within easy access to Dover Castle, Canterbury Cathedral, St Augustine’s Abbey and other historic attractions. If you prefer, we can arrange sailing, wind surfing and power boat handling! For walkers and hikers there are a number of walking trails to take along the White Cliffs of Dover. One great way to see Dover is to follow the Blue Bird Walking Trail around Dover.
Shopping opportunities are nearby in Kent’s famous De Bradelei Wharf Shopping Centre, Dover town centre and St James Park.
Guests staying at the hotel will also observe the new Dover Western Docks Revival Development which will include the new Marina, which is under construction nearby on the right of the hotel.
Only a 10 minute drive and with views from the hotel, the White Cliffs of Dover is one of the country’s most spectacular natural features. An official icon of Britain, this famous attraction has been a sign of hope and freedom for centuries. Appreciate the beauty and enjoy a relaxing walk offering unrivalled views of the busy English Channel and the French coast. Distance: 2.5 milesSEE EXPERIENCE
Dover Beach right in front of the Dover Marina Hotel is a picturesque stretch of pebbly beach sheltered by the walls of a harbour and tucked in between the White Cliffs of Dover. Stroll along the esplanade and take in the view of Dover Castle up on the cliffs, ferries coming and going on the channel and, on a clear day, the distant shoreline of France. Distance: 0 milesSEE EXPERIENCE
Canterbury Cathedral is located in the historical city of Canterbury, only 15 miles from the hotel. The spectacular building houses many stunning features, including a Romanesque crypt, a perpendicular nave and beautiful medieval stained glass windows. Take a guided or audio tour or simply enjoy the surrounding gardens on a summer’s day. Distance: 16 milesSEE EXPERIENCE
Samphire Hoe Country Park is a country park situated 2 miles west of Dover in Kent in southeast England. The park was created by using 4.9 million cubic metres of chalk marl from the Channel Tunnel excavations and is found at the bottom of a section of the White Cliffs of Dover. Distance: 2.8 milesSEE EXPERIENCE
The Crabble Athletic Ground, also known as The Crabble or simply Crabble, is a football stadium located in the northern Dover suburb of River, Kent. It was the home of the various incarnations of Dover F.C. from 1931 until the club folded in 1983. Distance: 4 milesSEE EXPERIENCE