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Welcome to Queen Street Hotel

Address: 42-44 Queen Street, Deal, CT14 6EY

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Queen Street Hotel is set in the heart of the historic seaside town of Deal, 10 minutes' walk from both the Train Station and the beach. It offers contemporary accommodation with free WiFi access throughout, and bicycle rental services are available for guests to explore the surroundings. All rooms have flat-screen TVs, black-out curtains and tea and coffee making facilities. En-suite bathrooms come with a power shower, a hairdryer, free toiletries and Egyptian-cotton towels. Some rooms also include a sofa bed. Breakfast options include a full English breakfast, large waffles or pancakes, bacon and maple syrup. Lighter options include toast and a choice of cereals. All food is freshly prepared using locally sourced ingredients. Located below the hotel is the Deal Smokehouse Restaurant, which offers a full daytime and evening menu including a variety of vegetarian options. All hotel guests automatically receive 10% off their food bill. Deal is within easy reach of the ferry ports at Dover and Folkestone, the Eurotunnel terminal is around 25 minutes away, and the Eurostar station in Ashford is around 40 minutes from the town. The Queen Hotel is just over 10 miles from Canterbury.

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Deal Castle - Kent - Castle

Deal Castle - Kent - Castle

Distance 0.62 miles (1 km)
Deal Castle is one of the finest Tudor artillery works in England. It was built as part of a chain of coastal fortresses at great speed between 1539 and 1540, by order of King Henry VIII, who feared an invasion by the Catholic powers of Europe. Its squat, rounded turrets were designed to deflect incoming cannon fire and act as platforms from which to launch barrages from increasingly sophisticated artillery pieces. Along with Walmer Castle and the largely vanished Sandown Castle, Deal guarded the sheltered anchorage of the Downs – the stretch of water between the shore and the infamous Goodwin Sands, a graveyard of ships. Today, you can explore the whole of the castle from the storerooms to the first-floor captain’s residence.