Local Area Information
Known as the gateway to England, Dover welcomes millions of visitors from all over the globe every year. Explore Dover's rich heritage. The first “Cross Channel Ferry” was discovered here in 1992. The Bronze Age Boat is now on permanent display at the Dover Museum. Discover where the Dunkirk evacuation was masterminded from within the secret tunnels of the majestic Dover Castle. Come and see where the Romans lived in the well preserved remains of the Roman Painted House.
How to Find Us
M25(approx 40 miles)
If you are coming from the M25 via the M20 motorway, as it gets near the coast it becomes the A20 and shortly after goes through a tunnel. There is an exit immediately after the tunnel, ignore this, then take the next exit after another 3 miles. It is clearly marked B2011 and has a brown sign showing hotel beds. At the end of the slip road turn left onto the B2011 and you will see our sign on the right after a mile and a half. It is just after the road widens and a central reservation starts.
Dover(approx 2.5 miles)
If you are coming from Dover, the Cross Channel Ferries or the Cruise Terminal, you need to find the Folkestone Road the B2011. As the Dover Priory Railway Station is at the beginning of this road and is very well advertised, look for those signs. There are several in the docks area through which drivers from the M2/A2 motorway system also arrive in the town. We are to be found two miles after the Dover Priory Station after leaving the town area,
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