Canterbury Cathedral Lodge is set within a wonderful and unique location in the inspirational grounds of Canterbury Cathedral, a UNESCO designated World Heritage site, sits a modern and contemporary hotel and conference venue. In addition to an impressive 250 seat Auditorium with in-built audio visual facilities, Canterbury Cathedral Lodge also houses meeting and function rooms for anything from 8 to 250 delegates.
The Lodge has a welcoming atmosphere and a beautiful setting. With its stunning views of the Cathedral from the Kentish Barn meeting room, it combines traditional materials and craft skills with the best of modern design. The result is a building that meets 21st century needs with timeless qualities of warmth and imagination. They certainly boast amongst some of the best meeting rooms in Kent. Set In a peaceful environment but only a couple of minutes’ walk to Canterbury’s many attractions, the Cathedral Lodge boasts 35 stylishly refurbished en-suite bedrooms with mainly overlooking beautiful gardens. Go to bed and wake up the next morning enjoying the breath-taking views of Canterbury Cathedral from your bedroom window.
All rooms in the Lodge benefit from luxury furnishings, LCD screen TV’s with free-view and there is complimentary Wi-Fi throughout. Guests also enjoy free entrance to the Cathedral, worth £9.50 per person. This is great if you're looking for meeting rooms in Canterbury and then perhaps something to do as a group after. A full English breakfast is served to guests in the Refectory Restaurant with additional alfresco seating on the terrace during the summer months. The Library and Campanile garden provide a unique and relaxed atmosphere in which to unwind.
Canterbury Cathedral Lodge is the ideal base to explore Canterbury’s picturesque cobbled streets, eateries and shops and all from just 60 minutes by train from London. Ideal if you're looking for meeting rooms in Kent - easy access and a fantastic venue.
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