The White Cliffs Hotel


HIGH STREET St Margarets-at-cliffe, DOVER, CT15 6AT

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All reviews (15)

80% would recommend it to a friend


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  • J Evans

  • August 2013

Shame about the room! Executive Double - don't think so?

Door had been left open so the room was full of flies and there were leaves in the lobby entrance.

The chap on reception just handed us the keys, having escorted us to the room, and didn't really seem interested.Toilet area had a bad odor, which is probably why the door had been left open . The wardrobe in the lobby area was grubby and the shelves were "sticky" - although plenty of room. Handles missing off some of the bedroom furniture which resulted in me jamming my fingers between the drawers - still sore. Breakfast and bar staff were brilliant and the overall ambiance of the place is quite good and quirky. Nice location with plenty of parking.

  • Marisa P

  • August 2013


I loved the whole atmosphere of the hotel, it has a personal touch, unusual , I loved the teepee in the garden, and the accommodation was excellent, i had no 14 upstairs, there was kitchen area and a lounge, and lots of coffee and tea and hot chocolate to drink.

  • ken m

  • July 2013

Great Loc\tion, warm and friendly

  • Dan H

  • July 2013

Quick business Trip

First visit to the White Cliffs Hotel, very impressed with the main building which house the lounge, bar and restaurant.

My room was in the Mews building just across the garden area. The room was well presented, comfortable bed and linen. Some small marks around the tea/ coffee area could have been tided up. Good Wi-Fi connections in the main building area, unfortunately non in the Mews building.

dinner was very nice and reasonably priced.

in comparison to the £95 rates at the Premier Inn in Dover I will be back again to the White Cliffs without a doubt.

  • David B

  • June 2013

Relaxing retreat

Always a friendly welcome, clean and relaxing rooms, good service, quiet village environment - only drawback being that we had to leave before breakfast next morning to catch a ferry.