The Clarendon Hotel is perfectly situated on the South Kent coast in the attractive and increasingly popular historic town of Deal.
Surrounded by the finest countryside the Garden of England has to offer, there are a multitude of visitor attractions to keep you busy during your stay. Whether you fancy a stroll along the beachfront, a round of golf, animal and adventure park or to explore some of the amazing castles there is something for everyone!
Originally a Tudor Fortress, Walmer Castle has evolved into a homely residence for many well-known names from the Duke of Wellington to the Queen Mother. Inside you can explore Wellington’s career, the story of his life and death and even see the original Wellington Boots.
There are a huge range of activities available at Betteshanger to suit all interests and pursuits. Some of the activities are available every day, such as cycling, whilst others need to booked in advance or only take place on special event days.
Wingham Wildlife Park first opened its doors as Wingham Bird Park in 1986, changing its name to Wingham Wildlife Park approximately 15 years later. The park is now so much more than birds, since it was given a new lease of life, when it was taken over by new owners on Valentines day 2008.
For a fascinating day out on the Kent coast look no further than Deal Castle. Built by the order of King Henry VIII it is one of the finest Tudor artillery castles in England, and among the earliest and most elaborate of a chain of coastal forts, which also includes Calshot, Camber, Walmer and Pendennis Castles.
Howletts, care for over 400 animals across 50 species. Their expert keepers look after the incredible animals that call Howletts 100 acre park home, day in and day out and welcome you to take a peek into a world where the animals really do come first.
Canterbury is home to the Cathedral and some of the oldest Gothic /Romanesque architecture in the country, plus an impressive town centre filled with shops and restaurants.
Deal Pier is caped in history. For the latest information on this local attraction, please visit their website on the following link.
Tides Leisure have a range of facilities and activities including swimming, tennis, gymnasium, classes and fun for kids.
The tower reopened at Easter 2004, following a number of years of closure, with a series of new displays related to communication, semaphore and signalling also including interactive displays.
Royal St George’s is one of the world’s great courses. Having hosted Opens, PGA and Amateur Championships and Walker and Curtis Cups, it has been witness to more golfing history than any other in England.
Prince's Golf Club have 27 Holes, practice facilities and a centrally located clubhouse. Helpful, attentive and informative staff are on hand to cater for your needs. Fourballs, groups, company days and society bookings are accepted 7 days a week, subject to availability.