The Burlington Hotel is Folkestone's highest rated 3 star hotel, standing in its own grounds and set in tranquil surroundings overlooking the English Channel. If you are looking for Meeting Rooms in Folkestone this is an ideal location. It was built in the 1890's and the hotel retains its Victorian charm whilst offering all the mod cons expected by todays discerning traveller. Located at just a 10 minute walk from Folkestone's town centre and 4 miles from the channel tunnel terminal, it is the ideal place to stay whether you are visiting for a short break or simply passing through. The Hotel is owned and operated by Castlewood Hotels, a small family run hotel group based in the South East of England.The Hotel has 70 well appointed guest rooms, some with panoramic views over the channel, consisting of standard and deluxe room types. There is also free wifi and limited on-site car parking supplemented by on street parking with no restrictions.The Bay Tree Grill focuses on seasonal and modern British fayre using locally and ethically sourced ingredients where possible, complimented by a comprehensive wine list and a range of after dinner liqueurs. The Martello Bar and its adjoining lounges offer fair trade and organic hot beverages with a popular snack menu in the afternoons. In the evenings, the Bay Tree Bar is the ideal setting to sit back, unwind and enjoy from a selection of wines, beers or perhaps a glass of bubbly.The Premier Suite offers luxurious accommodation for up to 200 delegates for theatre style meetings, whilst smaller conferences can be accommodated in the Domino or Radnor Rooms. There are also facilities for boardroom style meetings or interviews for up to 14 delegates. The Premier Suite is also suitable for private dinners of up to 150 people.The Burlington Hotel is also a popular wedding venue, licensed to hold civil ceremonies and partnerships.
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