Whether your coming to Dover for business, pleasure, or you’re just passing through; The Priory Hotel is ideally located just yards from Dover train station, and only a five minute walk from either the town center or the glorious seafront. Its just a 30 minute walk (5 minutes by car) from the world famous Dover Castle, and we have all the amenities you could ask for.

With rooms available from just £25 per night, or a comfortable nights sleep in our ‘Backpackers Lodge’ is just £15 per night – you wont find better value anywhere else!

In addition to our services, we are now able to offer secure luggage storage for that extra piece of mind during your stay.

Contact us to book.

Local Attractions.

AFerry.co.uk has up-to date ferry timetables and reviews for all the major ferry operators, so why not do a day trip during your stay, or even stay with us en-route to the continent.

New for this summer, The National Trust has opened Fan Bay Deep Shelter to the public. These abandoned and forgotten Second World War tunnels within the White Cliffs of Dover remind us of a time past. Book a guided tour to discover the history. Also, see the First World War Sound Mirrors.


Dover Sea Safari offers you a unique and exhilarating family experience with a coastal tour like no other from our base on the foreshore of one of the world's busiest passenger ferry ports, the Port of Dover.


The Pines Gardens are a 6 acre garden that has many fine features including a cascade and adjoining lake, a specially created grass labyrinth and organic kitchen garden with over 40 different species of fruit and vegetables. There are extensive paths for buggy and wheelchair access, and lots of seating for visitors to come and relax at any time of the year.


Samphire Hoe is an amazing place, made from the material dug to create the Channel Tunnel, with something for everybody - a stunning location, wild flowers, birds, sea angling, peace and quiet, painting or walks.


The gardens at Kearsney Abbey are laid out as informal parkland around two ornamental lakes through which the River Dour flows. The abbey itself was demolished many years ago although the west wing remains and is now used as a café facility for visitors to the park.


Archcliffe Fort stands on a headland overlooking Dover harbour, known as Archcliffe Point


Discover 2000 years of history at Dover Castle! Step inside the Great Tower and immerse yourself in the medieval world and royal court of King Henry ll. Travel deep inside the White Cliffs and tour the Underground Hospital.


Dover leisure center boasts a full range of exercise classes, together with a modern fitness suite, 2 swimming pools, squash courts and sports hall. Sports Cafe Bar with plasma TV's. Facilities open to members and non-members all the year round.

For more ideas of things to do during your stay, please visit whitecliffscountry.org.uk


For special events happening locally, click here