Greyfriars Lodge Canterbury


About Us

Lodge in Canterbury city center

Guest information

Greyfriars lodge

Check in & Check out

Check-in time is from 2:00pm and Check-out is at 10:30am.

Kindly note that early and late check-in can be accommodated by prior request, please inform us in advance of your expected arrival time.

A late check-out can be considered, however this is subject to availabilities. Extra charges may apply

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In rooms tea service
Greyfriars lodge

General informations

Due to the central location of Greyfriars Lodge no onsite parking is available, however we offer permits for specified public car parks in Canterbury, which costs £15 for 24h.

These permits can be purchased on arrival at the hotel, where you can unload your luggage and will be guided to the nearest car park (0.5 km)

The Lodge is a Grade II listed building, please note that upper floors are accessible by stairs only, there is no lift on the premises.

We have one room located on the ground floor which is a Deluxe Twin. Should you require this room in particular we encourage you to let us know in advance.

Terms & conditions

Free Wifi

Breakfast Included

£ 15 off-site parking

Central location

The central location of the property allows easy access to the events and nightlife, however guests may experience noise from pedestrians and venues. Earplugs are provided in the rooms if need be.




A good day always starts with a good breakfast!

Our prices include a fresh continental breakfast, serve every day from 7:30 to 9:30am - 8:00 to 10:00am on Sundays.

Enjoy a selection of breads, croissants and home-made pastries. Fruits, cereals, a variety of cold meats and cheeses, as well as your choice of hot drink.

Should you have any dietary requirements do not hesitate to let us know in advance.

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breakfasts at Greyfriars lodge

Greyfriars Gardens


The Gardens

The Greyfriars Gardens, also known as the Secret Garden of Canterbury, are at the rear of the hotel and are a haven of peace in an otherwise busy city.

They are the grounds of the first Franciscan settlement in the UK and are a Scheduled Ancient Monument.

The Chapel

Greyfriars Chapel, set in the Franciscan Gardens, is the only building now remaining of the first English Franciscan Friary built in 1267, forty-three years after the first Friars settled in Canterbury, during the lifetime of St Francis of Assisi.

An Anglican Eucharist Service takes place weekly on a Wednesday at 12.30 at which the public are welcomed.

Flower in gardens
Greyfriars gardens