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7 Deal Hotels and Guest Houses

Sunnycroft

 

1.2 miles from Deal

183 Dover Rd, Deal, CT14 7NB · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1304 379842

Score 9.1 from 207 reviews

Single from: £51.00

Double from: £51.00

per room per night

Sutherland House Hotel

 

0.8 miles from Deal

186 London Rd, Deal, CT14 9PT · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1304 381146

Score 8.5 from 22 reviews

Single from: £75.00

Double from: £75.00

per room per night

The Five Bells

4 stars

2.8 miles from Deal

Front Street, Ringwould, Deal, CT14 8HP · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1304 364477

Score 8.5 from 603 reviews

Single from: £71.10

Double from: £71.10

per room per night

Blazing Donkey Country Hotel

3 stars

3.7 miles from Deal

Hay Hill, Ham, Deal, CT14 0ED · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1304 617362

Score 7.4 from 71 reviews

Single from: £41.65

Double from: £41.65

per room per night

The Clarendon Hotel

 

0.2 miles from Deal

Beach St, Deal, CT14 6HY · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1304 374748

Score 9.1 from 16 reviews

Single from: £75.00

Double from: £75.00

per room per night

Royal Hotel

 

0.3 miles from Deal

Beach St, Deal, CT14 6JD · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1304 375555

Score 9 from 277 reviews

Single from: £84.00

Double from: £84.00

per room per night

Located 25 miles north of coast of France on the English Channel is the quaint town of Deal. This historic city was once one of the busiest ports in England. Today, the town is less known for its being a mining, garrison, and fishing town and more for being a hot spot for tourists. And not just the sun worshipers head to Deal during the summer holidays, many history enthusiasts head here to enjoy many of Deals historic sites and fascinating architecture.

Probably one of the first sites many people see is of course the seashore. This beach isn't where your kids are going to be building a lot of sand castles as it is one of the pebble beaches in England. That being said it has been voted one of the ten best places to lay your beach towel. If you are interested in soaking up the rays this is a great spot to do it .

Of course you don't have to actually hit the pebbles to enjoy the seafront. There are many other seafront amenities for visitors to enjoy. The Pier is probably the best place to go if you want to enjoy the beauty of the English Channel while in Deal. On a clear day you can even see the coast of France. This pier is famed for being said that it is as long as the ill-fated Titanic, there's even a plaque attesting to that claim. Unfortunately that claim is false; the pier is actually longer than the famous ship. Titanic came in at approximately 882 feet in length, the Deal Pier is a whopping 1026 feet! You don't have to go to the very end to enjoy many of the items the pier has to offer. Along with its gorgeous view of the Channel, the pier has plenty of shops and kiosk to quench your thirst. If you are an avid fisherman then look no further. The pier is an angler's paradise and is the hot spot to go if you are interested in fishing.

If you are less interested in the sea than you are in the history fear not there is something here for you too. Deal Castle is a popular stop for history and architectural enthusiasts alike. Built by King Henry VIII in 1539 Deal Castle is one of the Henrician Castles in England. It happens to be one of the most impressive of all these forts and was used as an artillery fortress against the invasion from France and Spain. Architectural enthusiasts will enjoy the shape of the castle as it is designed to be shaped like a Tudor rose. The wide moat that surrounded the castle was just the beginning of protection for this massive building. The castles rounded walls helped to deflect shots while its some 200 cannons and gun ports provided them with all the munitions they needed. Visitors to this historic castle can enjoy not only the beauty of the architecture but the interesting exhibits of King Henry VIII that depict his reign and the events that lead to the invasion responsible for the castles construction.

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