Canterbury is famous for being a place of pilgrimage from medieval times. The city has Roman origins, the beautiful cathedral dates from the 6th century, and much of the architecture in the city centre was built in the 1500s. Spend the day walking the cobbled streets, shopping or visiting cute cafes and pubs. It’s also only 30 minutes from Whitstable, on the Kent coast, which is famous for its delicious oysters.
Fun fact: The word “canter” (when horses run) comes from the city’s name. Pilgrims would speed up on their horses to get the city before the curfew started.
Accommodation for students
- Single rooms
- Twin rooms
- Double Rooms
- Bed and breakfast (BB)
- Bed, breakfast and evening meal (Half Board – HB)
- Bed, breakfast, evening meal and packed lunch (Full Board – FB)
- Laundry Facilities – Once a week
- Wireless internet available on request
We offer standard and superior homestay options.
These homestays are situated within 30-55 minutes of the city centre with good transport links, and the cost of a daily ticket is approximately £2-£3. Standard homestays combine reasonable prices and quality accommodation in a convenient location. Superior homestays are available on request. These homestays are situated in more central or desirable locations of Canterbury, the home itself may be larger or of a higher quality. Some Superior homestays provide a dedicated bathroom for the students.
We can arrange airport transfers for you. Please see our Transfers page.