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Welcome to The Norman Guest House

Address: 75, Dover, CT17 9RZ

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The Norman Guest House is a friendly, family-run Victorian bed and breakfast situated opposite Dover Priory Train Station and offering free parking and free Wi-Fi. The Norman is a short walk from town centre and a 5-minute drive from the ferry terminal and cruise ships. A full English breakfast is served every morning.

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  • Free Parking
  • Family Rooms
  • Wifi Available

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The White Cliffs of Dover - Landmark

The White Cliffs of Dover - Landmark

Distance 0.44 miles (0.7 km)
There can be no doubt that The White Cliffs of Dover are one of this country's most spectacular natural features. They are an official icon of Britain and have been a symbol of hope and freedom for centuries. You can appreciate their beauty and enjoy their special appeal through the seasons by taking one of the dramatic clifftop walks, which offer unrivalled views of the busy English Channel and the French coast. While here, learn more about the fascinating military and penal history of The White Cliffs and savour the rare flora and fauna only found on this chalk grassland. Note: toilets only available when Visitor Centre open

Dover Castle - Kent - Castle

Dover Castle - Kent - Castle

Distance 1.12 miles (1.8 km)
At 18:57 hours on 26 May 1940, the signal was received to start Operation Dynamo the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force and French troops from Dunkirk's beaches on the northern coast of France. The network of underground tunnels beneath Dover Castle became the nerve centre of the whole operation. The best estimate was that only 45,000 of the troops could be brought back, yet Winston Churchill announced to the House of Commons on 4 June that 338,000 troops had been saved, despite the operation itself coming under attack.Today, you can experience life as it was lived by the 700 personnel based here in the worst days of the World War II. Relive the drama as a wounded pilot is taken into the underground hospital to fight for his life and see the Command Centre that Churchill visited to see the plans that helped lead to Allied victory.