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Welcome to Folkestone Prime Court Hotel

Address: 9 Trinity Crescent, Folkestone, CT20 2ES

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Folkestone Prime Court Hotel offers self-catering accommodation 12 minutes from the channel tunnel. Folkestone’s beach is just a few minutes’ walk away. The hotel is close to Leas Promenade, in the West End of Folkestone. The shops and restaurants of the town centre can be reached in around 10 minutes’ walk. Guests can make use of a kitchenette with a refrigerator and a kettle for making tea and coffee. Each room is centrally heated and also features a TV. Free parking available at a nearby location.

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Eurotunnel Shuttle - Railway Station

Eurotunnel Shuttle - Railway Station

Distance 1.76 miles (2.81 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 2.35 miles (3.76 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.