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Wards Hotel - Folkestone - Restaurant
Wards Hotel
R1 456+
R1 456+
Free Wi-Fi
Holiday Inn Express Folkestone - Channel Tunnel - Folkestone - Bedroom
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pet-friendly
Air conditioning
The Carlton Hotel
6.2 Okay
R1 083+
R1 083+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
View Hotel Folkestone
8.5 Very Good
R3 225+
R3 225+
Free Wi-Fi
Pet-friendly
The Hamlet
R1 861+
R1 861+
Free Wi-Fi
Sand Gate
R1 400+
R1 400+
Free Wi-Fi
The Windsor
R1 714+
R1 714+
Free Wi-Fi

Folkestone hotels near Leas Cliff Hall

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The Portland Hotel - Folkestone - Bedroom
The Portland Hotel
7.2 Good
R1 734+
R1 734+
Free Wi-Fi
Pet-friendly
Best Western Plus Burlington Hotel - Folkestone - Bar
R2 729+
Free Wi-Fi

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Low season

February

High season

July

Average price (weeknight)

R1 711

Average price (weekend night)

R1 983
Cheapest month to stay with an average 31% drop in price.
Most expensive month to stay with an average 50% rise in price.
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When to book a hotel in Folkestone

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Top tips for finding Folkestone hotel deals

  • If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Folkestone, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Folkestone in February and November.
  • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Folkestone if you stay on a Saturday. The opposite is true for, Friday, which is usually the most expensive day.
  • How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Folkestone for 2 days.
  • If you’d like to stay near the famous Leas Coastal Park, then check out the Westward Ho Hotel or the Best Western Clifton Hall. For something a little special, try The Grand, with its three restaurants and two bars all within a 100-year-old Grade Two listed building.
  • If you like the idea of staying above a great pub, then check into Folkestone’s Royal Norfolk Hotel, a family-run hostelry that offers a carvery lunch and other bar food in Gee’s Bar at the heart of the premises.
  • Lots of hotels in Folkestone offer free parking, including The Relish near the beach and Leas Cliff Hall. Merchant39 has free private parking on the premises and is located just a few streets back from the seafront, near Folkestone Garden of Remembrance.
  • Folkestone is not a large town, so even if you don’t stay in a beachfront hotel you won’t usually be more than a short walk from the coast. Try the Wycliffe Guest House or Wards Hotel, which are both located just a few streets back from the seafront.
  • For a slice of tradition, take a room at the Ship Inn at Sandgate beach with its English cottage architecture and view of the sea, traditional pub restaurant and choice of real ales in the bar.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Folkestone

  • Are there hotels in Folkestone near the Channel Tunnel terminal?

    Yes. The Holiday Inn Express - Channel Tunnel hotel is a short drive from the Channel Tunnel terminal and is easily accessed from the M20. The Premier Inn Folkestone - Channel Tunnel hotel is 2.5 miles from the rail terminal. They each have parking, family rooms and food available on the premises.

  • Where’s a good place to stay near Folkestone’s Creative Quarter?

    Folkestone’s Creative Quarter is home to artists’ studios, galleries and independent shops of all types and is a thriving part of this bustling town, filled with cafes, bars and restaurants. Chando’s Premier Hotel Folkestone is a short walk from Tontine Street, in the heart of the Creative Quarter. The Grand Burstin Hotel is another good option, located between the Creative Quarter and the seafront.

  • Are there pet-friendly hotels in Folkestone?

    If you’re looking for a pet-friendly hotel in Folkestone, try the Best Western Plus Burlington Hotel in the central business district. It's a short walk from all the town’s amenities. The hotel charges approximately £15-£20 extra per pet, per night and accepts large pets. The Carlton Hotel on the beachfront also welcomes cats and dogs for around £10 per night, but only up to 10 kg.

  • Does Folkestone have plenty of family hotels?

    Being on the coast, Folkestone is very popular with families. The Folkestone Grand Burstin Hotel is child-friendly and on the seafront, and it has the added bonus of an indoor pool for those rainy days. It also runs a cabaret at night for parents. The View Hotel in Folkestone is also popular with families and located within minutes of the beachfront. The Wycliffe B&B and guest house is also a good choice for families with large simple rooms in a Victorian house dating back to the late 1800s.

  • How do I find a hotel in central Folkestone?

    After you launch a hotel search on KAYAK, you can refine your research by neighbourhood, which allows you to pick the central Folkestone districts. You can also do a search using the city map to choose a specific location, like Folkestone city centre

  • How can I find hotels near me?

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