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YHA Canterbury at a glance:
YHA members can enjoy free Wi-Fi in social areas
Renovated cafe bar
Renovated communal areas
Seven rooms with en suites
You’ll find the Roman-walled city of Canterbury crammed with history and culture. The accommodation at YHA Canterbury is close to the centre and popular with groups, individuals and school trips alike. Attractions include the cathedral, abbey, museums, guided tours and theatres - great for a cheap city break or weekend away. The hostel is within easy reach of the North Downs Way and Pilgrims Way.
5 Free Things To Do In Canterbury!
This family-run vineyard welcomes visitors with a free mini-tour which lasts around 20 minutes and shows off the highlights of the of three-acre location, but that's not all! Barnsole Vineyard also treats its guests to a free wine tasting session!
This art museum and library is located right in the centre of Canterbury, and boasts art galleries with plenty of interesting exhibitions, a fantastic library, and a varying programme of events and activities that'll ensure visitors of all ages will be happy and intrigued.
Canterbury Norman Castle
For a true taste of Canterbury's history, look no further than its Norman Castle. Built after the conclusion of the Battle of Hastings, this is one of the area's must visit attractions.
Whitstable Oyster Yawl
Oyster trawling used to be one of the key industries of the region, so the last remaining Oyster Yawl in public ownership - known as "The Favourite" - is an important reminder of the areas past.
Canterbury City Walls
Made famous by their reference in the Canterbury Tales, the city walls now unfortunately only cover half of the town, but thankfully what is left of the Roman remains can still be walked around.