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Canterbury and Dover

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Since we didnt' make it to Dover during our London stay, I'm considering a separate weekend trip and will also include Canterbury. Based on earlier feedback, I take it Dover isn't the place to stay. How about Canterbury? or somewhere else close by?

Targeting the early May bank holiday for a 3-day weekend. Family of four with car.

Any particularly unique stays I should consider in the area? I normally like to target about £150/nt but could splurge for something unique (castle, lighthouse, etc.). Maybe £300/nt. I might rope another family into going as well if it is a larger place.

Perhaps I'm already too late to book something like that. We'll see.

So, looking for both general and specific recommendations. Thanks.

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