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Welcome to Howfield Manor Hotel

Offering quality accommodation near Canterbury, come and relax and unwind in one of our 15 Bedrooms. Set in lovely gardens, Howfield Manor, offers a range of facilities, including free parking, 24 hour reception, free wifi and flat screen televisions. With the original Building dating to 1181, Howfield is ideal for exploring Canterbury and its Cathedral and the East Kent Coast. Close to Dover, Folkestone and the Channel Tunnel and near to Whitstable, Sandwich, Hythe and Deal. Walk into Canterbury along the Stour Valley or join the nearby Pilgrims Way, whether its business or pleasure, Howfield is ideal to explore the Garden of England, with its wealth of countryside, coasts and Castles. Click here to make a booking

The Old Well at Howfield Manor serves classic British and French dishes cooked using the finest seasonal and locally produced and home-grown ingredients. Perfect for a celebration with family, private dining in our Oak Room, or a romantic dinner for two in the 12th century former chapel. The restaurant is open for dinner every day, also on Sundays we have Sunday Carvery.  Booking is essential.

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"Our stay at the manor was very comfortable. We felt very welcome. We had a lovely party from our nephew and his wife on the 18th of September.  We're surely tell our friends."
Mrs E.

Canterbury is a World Heritage site renowned for it's spectacular and historic cathedral, one of the oldest Christian structures in England and home of the worldwide Anglian communion. The cathedral's first archbishop was St. Augustine of Canterbury, previously abbot of St. Andrew's Benedictine Abbey in Rome. He was sent by Pope Gregory the Great in AD 597 as a missionary to the Anglo-Saxons. Augustine founded the cathedral in 602 AD and dedicated it to St. Saviour