Finding an ideal luxury small hotel in Canterbury does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Corner House Canterbury, a nice option for travellers like you.
Rooms at Corner House Canterbury provide a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a desk, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
You can also enjoy an on-site restaurant while staying at Corner House Canterbury. Need a place to park? There is paid public parking available nearby.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Canterbury, Corner House Canterbury is located a short distance from St. Thomas' Catholic Church (0.1 mi) and Buttermarket (0.2 mi).
While in Canterbury, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Corner House Canterbury, including Saint Smokeys BBQ House (0.4 mi), The Corner House Canterbury Restaurant (0.0 mi), and Cafe des Amis (0.5 mi).
Should time allow, Canterbury Cathedral and Westgate Gardens are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Corner House Canterbury puts the best of Canterbury at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Enjoyable stay over 2 nights. Spacious room, Chaucer, which at quiet rear of building though occasionally were bursts of “generator” noise. Found breakfast delivery on first morning intrusive as did not realise they needed to enter room and not leave outside. High quality continental breakfast, but staying 2 nights, would have been nice to have had a tick box to tweak choices. Very helpful staff.
Fantastic hotel!! You’d think it would noisy when looking at its position but it was not at all. Spent a lovely weekend there. Beautiful, spacious, immaculate room with views of the Cathedral. Lovely, simply operated shower and piping water. The breakfast was an unusual homemade granola with even more unusual treacle bread toast which was extremely more-ish. All served in bed (or in your room). After such a good feeling about the place we ate in the restaurant on our last night and were not disappointed. My partner had belly pork which was delicious ( I wish I’d had it) I had a steak which was very tasty. Undoubtedly we will return again. Well done!
A great little hotel that is perfect for a romantic getaway. Despite the age of the historic building, the room was modern and comfortable. The staff were excellent and made us feel very welcome. Would definitely recommend.
Lovely place situated in the heart of Canterbury but big big failure was the non existent hot breakfast. What a big big let down for a place that promotes the owners progress through his life as a chef with his book recipes only to serve us a boring breakfast that was so disappointing that its a failure for an establishment like this that promotes good food and after eating there the night before It was a lovely place that served excellent produce thar we were both looking forward to a lovely cooked breakfast that never materialised. Parking is charged at the back of the hotel but be careful with the 24 hour charges because that doesn't exist and you'll end up with a £25 fine I'd paid within a certain time. Overall lovely stay but for Christ sake chef Cook a hot breakfast for your customers or at least tell them you don't serve hot breakfasts and then customers like ourselves can choose to make a decision to find a room that does serve an hot breakfast and if you did do that I think you'd have more guests returning.…
Good facilities. Room was clean with mod cons e.g. swipe card door, fridge in room, decent shower etc. Well presented and clean throughout. Unfortunately a lot of noise on stay. We purposely picked Chaucer room as had read quieter at back of building. We are both used to noise living in a city centre but unfortunately we were still awoken by it Could have forgiven that but the building noise, not mentioned anywhere on website or booking, was disappointing. We checked in and whilst enjoying our bubbly in room found a builder stationed outside our window on the first floor which was slightly embarassing. Next morning drilling and similar started before 9am. We read later the restaurant is being extended but is a shame they don't warn you of this work on booking Continental breakfast served to room and decent - just makes you slightly on edge awaiting a knock on the door sometime around 8.30am so you can't relax waking up. In our instance a conversation was instigated despite my partner clearly being in their underpants and breakfast offered to he dropped in the room while I was sat in bed. Kind but slightly intrusive. Overall room facilities good but bizarre they don't serve a proper breakfast in such a well regarded restaurant. Noise levels beyond what we felt tolerable especially building work and builders outside the window not declared at booking. Breakfast to the room good effort but strange in the context. Pleasant stay but wouldn't choose again. Impersonal experience, barely saw them unfortunately.…
The Corner House accommodation is best described as a restaurant with rooms – but what rooms. We have stayed in four star hotel “suites” that offered less than our room, (Chaucer). Spacious, modern, comfortable and not lacking in amenity, it promised to be the ideal place for our four night break. However, if you are a fan of the ubiquitous “cooked breakfast”, (we can take it or leave it), it isn’t available. As far as the in-room “continental” breakfast goes – no complaints whatsoever. Well perhaps one…there was possibly too much stuff. Perhaps a small printed list could be supplied with your first breakfast, where you could ask only for only the items you wanted for forthcoming breakfasts? Lastly a word about the staff who attended to us during the length of our stay – they were all absolutely wonderful. So that’s it then, a five star review? Well it would have been, had it not been for two aspects, one of which was unavoidable and one that wasn’t. When the foundations for Corner House were laid in the 16th century, there may have been roads - but certainly not dual-carriageway, ring-roads. We expected some road noise and we got it but that alone didn’t bother us. We are town dwellers and don’t mind the odd bit of traffic noise, (it was mostly silent during the wee small hours). The odd thing was how intrusive the noise was, as the room does not have a window looking out on to the road. Not only that but even low level conversations from pedestrians passing in front of the building could be heard. However, when I say this didn’t bother us too much – I mean it. Of the four nights of our stay, the first and last delivered an uninterrupted night of undisturbed sleep. The Corner House did supply disposable ear-plugs, which could help those who are more sensitive. On our second night however, as we read a little before settling down for the night, (about 2200), we heard what we believed to be, fellow guests arriving. Shortly after, there came a quite horrifically loud noise, as if someone next door was using a hammer-drill on the brickwork of the partition wall. I looked at my wife who said, “Thank god we weren’t asleep when that started”. Sadly, on our third night – that’s exactly what happened. At 2330 we were both very rudely awakened by the “drilling” noise, which I assume was a product of the plumbing. The noise came in two bursts, suggesting a couple taking two showers. Trust me – you won’t sleep through that noise. So there you have it. If you are a fan of charismatic, comfortable, quite luxurious rooms at a bargain price; with the convenience of a superb restaurant downstairs, (and you are not a fan of monastic silence), then this could be the perfect place to stay. Fingers crossed your fellow guests are not fans of late night showers.…
My wife and I were having a couple of days shopping and having a general look around in Canterbury and that part of Kent so decided we’d stay overnight. We booked the Corner House after looking at reviews on Tripadvisor and were very pleased we did. Very nice staff, super room and excellent food. Will definitely go back and would recommend to anyone else to stay and eat.
We stayed three nigts atCorner House Canterbury and ate there twice. The hotel room was large and nicely decorated. It was at the back of the building so very little road noise. The building is old, so very little is straight and level but this definitely adds to the character. Nothing old about the food. Really good Fine Dining that is well presented and tastes wonderful. Definitely would recommend it.
Cannot fault this lovely place. Great location for shopping and seeing Canterbury centre. Smooth fast check in with informative staff. Room clean, beautifully appointed, full of character and every last thing thought of. Spotlessly clean. Food-out of this world and service great. Thanks for a memorable night away for all the best reasons :)
Stayed at Corner House Canterbury as a last minute booking. Great location, spacious and comfortable room with everything we needed. Delicious morning breakfast - homemade granola, toast and pain au chocolate, delivered to our door at 8:30 as promised. Perhaps tripped up on the car parking - you can get a voucher at reception which is better value than the pay & display in the car park itself. Also should have prebooked the restaurant downstairs as it was fully booked on arrival. This was not a problem though - plenty of eateries within walkable distance. Would definitely stay again if in the area.
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