Sunny Lodge Guest House Folkestone Sunny Lodge Guest House, 85 Cheriton Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT20 2QL

"Sunny Lodge is an interesting Victorian Guest House surrounded by a lovely garden, noted for its high standard and recommended. All rooms have comfortable armchairs, colour televisions, tea making facilities and central heating."

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Sunny Lodge Guest House

85 Cheriton Road, Folkestone, Kent CT20 2QL
Telephone: 01303 251498






Open all year round for your convenience, Sunny Lodge is an interesting Victorian Guest House surrounded by a lovely garden, once owned by the Earl of Radnor.

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It is in an ideal spot close to town centre amenities and shops with travel facilities such as the Le Shuttle and the Seacat for the continent both within reach within minutes. The train station is a few minutes walk for travel within the UK. Sunny Lodge is south facing, living up to its name with the warm sun shining into the rooms.

Sunny Lodge is noted for its high standards and recommended. Many visitors return year after year.

From the moment you arrive Linda will offer you a warm and friendly welcome and aim to satisfy your needs where possible. We expect high standards when we travel and our aim is to ensure we provide the best to you.

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All the rooms are bright clean & pleasant with comfortable armchairs, colour televisions, hospitality trays and central heating together with individual washing facilities to ensure you enjoy your stay, be it for one night, one week or longer.

Ensuite rooms are now available for your comfort.

Dining Room, 16K

You can rest assured you will receive value for money and be set up each morning with a hearty English breakfast comprising fresh juices, cereals, fully cooked breakfast and as much toast, tea and coffee as you can drink. For the early starters we can arrange breakfast, or a packed lunch in lieu of. Vegetarians are catered for provided prior notice is given.

With easy access from the M20 from Junction 12. Our own Private Car Park, Good value for money with choice of breakfast and the personal attention of the owners, what more could you wish for?We aim to please. If we don't, tell us not others.


TARIFF

Single rooms from £28.00 per night
Doubles rooms from £56.00 per night
Family rooms from £66.00 per night
All include breakfast.
Discounts available for weekly bookings.
Deposits required. Most credit cards accepted.
Cheques payable to Sunny Lodge.

Linda looks forward to meeting you.....


Situated close to:

  • Mainline station
  • Bus station
  • Town centre
  • Sea Front
  • The famous Lea's promenade walk's
  • Le Shuttle
  • Seacat
  • Dover Ferries (7 Miles)
  • Beautiful Kent countryside
  • 24 hour shop 1 minutes walk
  • Post office
  • Splendid restaurants
  • Petrol Station


Facilities:

  • Open all year
  • Free Private car park
  • 24 hr Access to guest house with own keys
  • Full central heating
  • Clean & Comfortable rooms
  • Hospitality trays
  • Early breakfast catered for
  • Private washing facilities in all rooms
  • Ironing Facilities
How to find us.

FROM M20 TAKE JUNCTION 12 EXIT.
TURN RIGHT TO FOLLOW A20 CHERITON SIGN. KEEP DRIVING STRAIGHT (ABOUT 3 MILES) UNTIL YOU COME TO THE LAST ROUNDABOUT - PARK INNHOTEL IN FRONT OF YOU. TURN RIGHT AND GO UNDER RAILWAY BRIDGE. TURN FIRST LEFT INTO CHERITON ROAD, SUNNY LODGE 200 YARDS ON RIGHT.


Newspapers etc.
A 24 hour shop is available within 1mins walk. Turn left from the front door and the shop is on the right.

Dining out
There are a variety of quality restaurants and take-aways to suit all budgets a short walking distance from the lodge.

Transport
The number for a taxi is 01303 252000
Sunny Lodge is situated 2 mins from the central railway station which will take you direct to London.

Five minutes to the M20 Junction 12, you can hop onto the Channel Tunnel and have a day in Calais or venture further into France for a fun time.

Alternatively a short ride away is Dover where all the major ferries operate to ports in France and Belgium.


WHAT TO DO IN FOLKESTONE

Whilst staying in Folkestone you must pay a visit to:

The Bowling greens for the people who want a more calmer time.

By Now you will have built up an appetite. Take the Victorian Leas Cliff Lift up to the Promenade where there is a fine selection of restaurants, cafes, bistros and pubs to satisfy any gastronomic rumbling. Or for those people on the move there are various fast food outlets such as MacDonalds, KFC etc.

Whilst waiting for your food to digest before starting having fun again, have a stroll along the cliff top and take in the sights and smells of the fabulous flowers. You could also meander around the Metropole Arts Centre.

For market lovers there is a market every Sunday in the town centre., or visit the monthly French market in Sandgate Road. This is held on the last Thursday of every month and we recommend you take the time to stroll around and sample the wonderful atmosphere.

The Leas Cliff Hall holds live entertainment all year round. For a full list of entertainment ask at reception or contact the hall itself. Also, creative quarter now has the quarterhouse offering live shows.

Whatever you decide to do we are sure you will have a great time.


SURROUNDING PLACES TO VISIT

HYTHE

Hythe is full of old period buildings which are overlooked by the Norman Tower of St. Leonard's Church. It boasts a maze of ancient streets which lead from Quarry Hill down to the gardens and Royal Military canal, where you can hire a rowing boat or have a go at fishing, but if none of this takes your fancy, why not just simply relax and watch the world go by.

Why not travel fourteen miles on the steam train from Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch railway station to Dungeness, which takes in Dymchurch, New Romney and Romney Marsh. It is incredibly scenic and relaxing.

On the Outskirts of Hythe you will find Lympne Castle which has been built on the site of the old Roman Fort. The castle features both medieval and Norman towers. Near the castle is Lympne wild animal park. Where you can see various animals from Elephants to Monkeys.

ROMNEY MARSH

This is a very unspoilt area, and boasts the cleanest beaches in the UK. There is a five mile stretch of sandy beach at Dymchurch. The beaches from St. Mary's Bay to Littlestone are signed posted 'Dog Friendly' so dogs are welcome and can roam free without complaint.

LYDD

This is the place for churches and watersports, it boasts the tallest church in Kent. Why not visit the Brenzett Aeronautical Museum which has a lot of wartime memorabilia, the Dungeness Visitor Centre and also the Old Lighthouse. This is a very similar place to Hythe with its period buildings, but don't take our word for it, see for yourself and have a drink in one of the towns many inns.

NEW ROMNEY

This is the capital of the Marsh. There are a fine selection of Coffee shops, cafés and pubs. This is where the main station is and boasts a fascinating Toy museum.

DYMCHURCH
This is where you'll find Lathe Barn, it houses chicks, ponies, sheep, pigs peacocks etc. and the kids will love it. It is also the RSPB Reserve.

HOW TO FIND US

From Dover - coming out of the docks, drive straight following signs for the Folkestone A20. Drive through the roundhill tunnel and take the left slip road at roundabout. Go straight over and pick up A20 Folkestone. At traffic lights turn left, you will come to the last roundabout - Park Inn Hotel infront of you. Turn right and go under railway bridge. Turn first left into Cheriton Road, Sunny Lodge is 200 yards on the right.


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