Staying at The Corner House

Ah the luxury of having a lovely night out, with a bottle or two of wine, without the worry of getting home! Our upstairs rooms mean that you can carry on the magic of the evening into the night.

Both Corner House restaurants are set within historic, listed buildings; the first is in the rural village of Minster, just 5km from the coast, in what was originally a row of 18th century cottages. The second is set within a 16th century former inn (reportedly frequented by Charles Dickens), situated in the centre of historical Canterbury. We were lucky in having enough space upstairs to convert into bedrooms. During the refurbishment of both places, we were very careful to restore original features, whilst giving the spaces a contemporary feel, both in the restaurant areas and in the upstairs rooms. The result is luxurious rooms, with beautiful furnishings, high quality beds, and lovely views. And because we’d like our guests to feel as comfortable as they do at home, the rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, TV, fridge, safe, ironing board and iron, hairdryer, free WiFi – and breakfast in bed!

Whether you come from afar to visit the area, or from nearby for a special night out, the rooms offer a perfect opportunity for you to switch off and unwind.

Covid-19 Guidelines

People staying in accommodation that have symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19):

If a guest is displaying signs of the coronavirus (COVID-19) virus while staying in overnight accommodation for a permitted reason, they should inform the accommodation provider, immediately self-isolate where they are to minimise any risk of transmission, and request a test. If they are confirmed to have coronavirus (COVID-19), they should return home if they reasonably can. They should use private transport but only drive themselves if they can do so safely. If a guest cannot reasonably return home (for example because they are not well enough to travel or do not have the means to arrange transport), their circumstances should be discussed with an appropriate health care professional and, if necessary, the local authority.
The accommodation provider and guest should discuss next steps as soon as possible. If the guest is unable to return home, the accommodation provider and guest should discuss meal and laundry provision, and accommodation providers should consider whether symptomatic guests should clean their own rooms and strip their own beds.
The guest will be expected to pay the costs of an extended stay in all but exceptional circumstances.

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