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Welcome to The Salisbury Hotel

Address: 30-32 Clifton Gardens, The Leas, Folkestone, CT20 2EF

Hotel Description

Only 5 minutes’ walk from Folkestone town centre, this sea-facing Victorian hotel offers bright en suite rooms, many with sea or garden views. The Salisbury Hotel features a restaurant, free Wi-Fi in public areas, and free on-street parking, 3 minutes’ walk from Folkestone Beach. The hotel is on The Leas promenade and a 2-minute walk to the famous Leas Cliff Hall. Rooms at The Salisbury Hotel have tea and coffee making facilities and TV with over 80 channels. Free Wi-Fi is available in some rooms and all public areas. With views of The Leas, the hotel’s restaurant serves a breakfast in the morning during the winter months. The hotel has live entertainment on some evenings and the local sports centre is only 1 mile away. The Eurotunnel is only a 10-minute drive from the hotel, while the ferry port at Dover is 6 miles away. Direct trains to London run from Folkestone Central Train Station, 15 minutes’ walk away, and you can drive to Gatwick Airport in 1 hour.

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As We Were Visiting Relatives And Only Slept At The...
As we were visiting relatives and only slept at the hotel other than have breakfast and was only for two nights we did not really wish to complain to the hotel management but as we were not happy with the room we should have done - the info from the website gave us all we needed to know at the time - we will just put this down to experience and obviously not stay there again

Nanette - 26th Jul, 2007
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Folkestone Centre - Town Centre

Folkestone Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.39 miles (0.63 km)
Folkestone is an elegant and traditional seaside resort, possessing clean, sandy beaches, a wide sweeping promenade. The town is largely a Victorian and Georgian creation, sculpted by the Earl of Radnor, who laid out its elegant parks, crescents and avenues, the most famous of which is The Leas a one mile clifftop promenade walk which offers the visitor unrivalled views of the Channel and the chance to take a ride down to the seafront on the Victorian water-powered Leas Lift. To sum up, Folkestone is a town with much to offer the visitor windsurfing, sailing, fishing, cycling, swimming, bowling, golf, horse racing at Folkestone Racecourse, excellent shopping on the cobbled Old High Street.

Eurotunnel Shuttle - Railway Station

Eurotunnel Shuttle - Railway Station

Distance 1.84 miles (2.95 km)
Eurotunnel Shuttle (also known as Le Shuttle) is a shuttle service between Calais/Coquelles in France and Folkestone in the UK. It transfers road vehicles through the Channel Tunnel, with passenger vehicles being carried in closed wagons. Roughly half of the train carries cars and other relativly low vehicles in a double-deck system, with the first and last two carriages of the section containing the off-ramps. Coaches, buses and other high vehicles travel in the single deck section, whilst in times of overcrowding cars can also use this area. Budget cuts have meant that Eurotunnel occasionaly run trains at 'half full' - closing the top deck to minimise cost.

Eurotunnel Shuttle - Railway Station

Eurotunnel Shuttle - Railway Station

Distance 2.44 miles (3.9 km)
Eurotunnel Shuttle (also known as Le Shuttle) is a shuttle service between Calais/Coquelles in France and Folkestone in the UK. It transfers road vehicles through the Channel Tunnel, with passenger vehicles being carried in closed wagons. Roughly half of the train carries cars and other relativly low vehicles in a double-deck system, with the first and last two carriages of the section containing the off-ramps. Coaches, buses and other high vehicles travel in the single deck section, whilst in times of overcrowding cars can also use this area. Budget cuts have meant that Eurotunnel occasionaly run trains at 'half full' - closing the top deck to minimise cost.