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Address: 26 Gilford Road, Deal, CT14 7DJ

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In the centre of Deal, a 5-minute walk from the beach and a 20-minute drive from Dover Ferry Port, Edmund House bed and breakfast has home-cooked breakfasts and free Wi-Fi. The bedrooms all have an en suite bathroom with either a bath or a shower and a hairdryer. Tea/coffee making facilities and satellite TV are also provided. Breakfast is served every morning and special diets can be catered for with a 24-hour notice. Deal has many different restaurants to choose from and Edmund House can advise guests on where to dine. There are many seaside activities available to guests. Deal Railway Station, Fowlmead Country Park and Victoria Park are a 10-minute walk from Edmund House and Canterbury is 40 minutes’ drive away.

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Deal Castle - Kent - Castle

Deal Castle - Kent - Castle

Distance 0.39 miles (0.63 km)
Deal Castle is one of the finest Tudor artillery works in England. It was built as part of a chain of coastal fortresses at great speed between 1539 and 1540, by order of King Henry VIII, who feared an invasion by the Catholic powers of Europe. Its squat, rounded turrets were designed to deflect incoming cannon fire and act as platforms from which to launch barrages from increasingly sophisticated artillery pieces. Along with Walmer Castle and the largely vanished Sandown Castle, Deal guarded the sheltered anchorage of the Downs the stretch of water between the shore and the infamous Goodwin Sands, a graveyard of ships. Today, you can explore the whole of the castle from the storerooms to the first-floor captains residence.

Dover Castle - Kent - Castle

Dover Castle - Kent - Castle

Distance 6.95 miles (11.12 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.