Sandwich is close to the Cathedral City of Canterbury, the channel tunnel at Folkestone and only a few miles from the cross-channel ports of Dover. There are many leisure activities and attractions nearby, including golf with the Open Championship Links Courses or Royal St Georges, Princes and Royal Cinque Ports Sandwich itself has a history pre dating Roman times and the narrow winding streets with overhanging buildings make Sandwich one of the best preserved medieval towns in England. The first recorded mention of the Fleur de Lis was in 1642, when the town crier proclaimed it as a meeting place for volunteers to fight for Charles I.
With 11 en suite bedrooms, the hotel blends comfort and tradition;we want to make your stay as relaxing and enjoyable as possible and help ensure that you get exactly what you want out of your stay with us. If you prefer privacy and to be left to your own devices please let us know, or alternatively if you need help, we are happy to assist.
It is 5 minutes walk to Sandwich Railway station. Sandwich has been bypassed by the A256 road, which connects the Thanet towns to Dover. It is reached from Canterbury by the A257, which joins the A256 at Sandwich.
The Fleur de Lis also offers meeting facilities for up to 20 people, with free Wi-Fi so why not hold a meeting in an historic building and escape the busy office?
There are car parking facilities in the Guildhall public car park within easy walking distance.
Breakfast is served from 7am to 9am and food is served daily from 12pm ? 3pm/6pm - 9pm..
We have 11 rooms available and each room has 32? flat screen Freeview TV's, access to free high speed fibre optic Wi-Fi as standard.