The Lower Leas coastal park in Folkestone is home to one of the largest free adventure playgrounds in the South East.
The Romney,Hythe & Dymchurch railway is a minatuire railway running through 13 miles of scenic countryside
The Leas Cliff Hall is only across the road from the Hotel. this venue is host to many Events, from well known comedians to headline acts.
Only a short drive away is one of the most important castles in the region. Dover Castle has been the gateway to Europe during battles, from William the Conquerer, up to World war II
A 15 minute drive from the Hotel is the Battle of Britain memorial in Capel le Ferne. well worth a visit.
Folkestone’s newly restored local attraction Harbour Arm is open daily; a promenade out at sea with a World-class view.
It is a place for food and drink, as well as one of enjoyment of the town’s heritage and history. Open every day for walking - with a variety of food, music and entertainment on offer at the weekend.
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Kent County Council will be closing the road directly outside the Hotel on 7th August [8pm] until Sunday 8th August [8pm] due to a fun day inc red arrows on the Sunday daytime. parking is therefore suspended within the A1 zone. you are able to park in Sandgate Road underground carpark but will need to pay at machine. apologies
The Southcliff Hotel