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The Grand Burstin Hotel,Folkestone,£29.00 per person for 2 nights DBB

£29.00 @ Britannia Hotels
The Grand Burstin Hotel 5th -25th nov £29 per person per stay of 2 nights Dinner, Bed & Breakfast with FREE Bottle of wine plus Bingo, LIVE Cabaret and Quizzes Enjoy a fabulous Entertai…
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The Grand Burstin Hotel 5th -25th nov

£29 per person per stay of 2 nights

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast with FREE Bottle of wine plus Bingo, LIVE Cabaret and Quizzes

Enjoy a fabulous Entertainment Break with live Cabaret shows every night. Including a three course dinner with a FREE bottle of wine and full English breakfast

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T&C's apply. Subject to availability. Rates are prepaid and non refundable. Prices are based on 2 sharing

Whilst staying with us, why not take a French ferry crossing with P&O ferries for £15 per person? To book this please contact our call centre on 0871 222 0999. Please note: Transport is only arranged on a Saturday from the hotel to the ferry port.


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Book until 25th November
Terms & Conditions

One FREE bottle of wine per booking
Rates are quoted per person per stay
Upgrades to a superior class of room will result in a supplement being added.
Rates are pre-paid and non-refundable.
Strictly subject to availability.
Not available in conjunction with any other offer.
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#1
Alright in Folkestone.
#2
I stayed there earlier in the year and was given mouldy bread for breakfast!!
1 Like #4
I only stayed there cause it was cheap - and v last minute - would have been better camping in Bognor Regis!
#5
62 quid for 2 nights with food good deal plus quidco!!
#6
I have to agree with the others on this. I stayed there in 2008 and the hotel was disgusting! We ended up walking out at 2am and sleeping in the car at the Euro-tunnel terminal!
#7
I stayed here many years ago and can only hope it has improved it is not the worst hotel I have stayed at in the UK (that accolade goes to the Stockport Piccadilly) but it is certainly in the worst 3 !
#8
WHOPPA BAT
62 quid for 2 nights with food good deal plus quidco!!

Yes it is a good deal if you like toast with penicillin!!
#9
Sounds cheap and cheerful to me! xx
#10
Folkestone & The Burstin, they complement each other, a great night out with food poisoning followed by a punch up, no need to come back to the hotel & throw up as the last guests left it there for you along with the nice stains on the sheets.
#11
Ok its not the best hotel in the world but a weekend away 16 pounds per night pp plus a bottle of plonk come on!!
#12
Cheap yes cheeful no

Would £16 pppn be good value if you were staying at Broadmoor ?
#13
Stayed there last November, OK for a cheap stay at a coast hotel right on the beach but the food was awful. Still at this price just go and eat out.
#14
This seems like a cracking deal, especially as a stopover if you are driving to Europe. But are there any good Britannia hotels in UK? Last Britannia I stayed at was in Stockport and it was disgusting: filthy carpets even in the public areas, battered and scratched furniture and very poor quality bedding. I would never willingly stay in any of their hotels.
banned 1 Like #15
I work in Folkestone 3 days a week my advice... go elsewhere, but if you do book you can always eat out along Cheriton high street where I think they have the most take away food shops per head in the world! I'd also advise a course in East European languages before entering Folkestone city centre as you wont find your way round without them.Lets be honest people the place used to be a highly popular Victorian seaside town as you can tell by the architecture of some of the great old houses there (Which have been turned into bedsits mostly now) its now a doss hole as with most towns on that coast its been ruined.If your going to go away go somewhere you'll enjoy usually its not a case of "cheap and cheerful" but "cheap and miserable"

Edited By: SHOWMAN36 on Nov 05, 2010 16:17: hemerroids
#16
WHOPPA BAT
Ok its not the best hotel in the world but a weekend away 16 pounds per night pp plus a bottle of plonk come on!!

Read the reviews! i have only read a couple and problems range from the rooms smelling of cat pee, wiring sticking out, people stealing their phones whilst they slept (and must have had a key as didn't break in), hot water not working, cold water not working, stains on the sheets...i could go on! :D
1 Like #17
LOL, i work for a travel company.......avoid like the plague, we wouldnt send dogs there!
1 Like #18
Folkestone is a nice town. I live near Canterbury but go there to shop as it is so calm and pleasant. There are miles of cliff top walks, beach promenade, seaside park to walk in. Arts & crafts down the old High St, loads of free parking if you know where to look. Eastern Europeans? Yes maybe, most of them working in cafes - like the fish n chip place by the back of the Burstin , dh ordered take out in there and I pointed out that the food price list had Coca cola at 0p a tin as the plastic number had fallen off - the guy gave me a free tin of coke and a sausage roll as a thank you! Cheap tickets to France via P& O approx £18 per car load not as listed £15 each, if you drive yourself to Dover.
The Burstin looks shabby but is in a very good location, close to the harbour which is nice to wander around, whelk stalls, pubs etc.
#19
chalkysoil
Folkestone is a nice town. I live near Canterbury but go there to shop as it is so calm and pleasant. There are miles of cliff top walks, beach promenade, seaside park to walk in. Arts & crafts down the old High St, loads of free parking if you know where to look. Eastern Europeans? Yes maybe, most of them working in cafes - like the fish n chip place by the back of the Burstin , dh ordered take out in there and I pointed out that the food price list had Coca cola at 0p a tin as the plastic number had fallen off - the guy gave me a free tin of coke and a sausage roll as a thank you! Cheap tickets to France via P& O approx £18 per car load not as listed £15 each, if you drive yourself to Dover.The Burstin looks shabby but is in a very good location, close to the harbour which is nice to wander around, whelk stalls, pubs etc.

Are you stuck in a time warp
1 Like #20
chalkysoil
Folkestone is a nice town. I live near Canterbury but go there to shop as it is so calm and pleasant. There are miles of cliff top walks, beach promenade, seaside park to walk in. Arts & crafts down the old High St, loads of free parking if you know where to look. Eastern Europeans? Yes maybe, most of them working in cafes - like the fish n chip place by the back of the Burstin , dh ordered take out in there and I pointed out that the food price list had Coca cola at 0p a tin as the plastic number had fallen off - the guy gave me a free tin of coke and a sausage roll as a thank you! Cheap tickets to France via P& O approx £18 per car load not as listed £15 each, if you drive yourself to Dover.
The Burstin looks shabby but is in a very good location, close to the harbour which is nice to wander around, whelk stalls, pubs etc.


I agree with this,it's alright to visit for the day or a few days,my children love the coastal park.

I've had a few good nights out there this year too.
#21
went there last year - a wonderful location, very old and tired hotel, food very poor quality.

Ideal base to explore Kent - go eat out!
#22
This is one of the hotel with lot's of English character - old and stinky
#23
Hotel is a dive, stay away, there are better places to stay in folkestone

http://www.thecliftonhotel.com/

http://www.hotelrelish.co.uk/
#24
barman200
Hotel is a dive, stay away, there are better places to stay in folkestonehttp://www.thecliftonhotel.com/http://www.hotelrelish.co.uk/
What's the cost for staying at these 5 star hotels for 2 nights for dinner,bed & breakfast?

Or even the cost for staying wth out any food since the foods so dodgy at the burstin?
#25
Its a Dump Avoid!!!, The towns "top" nightclub is a 30 second walk....if want to watch a punch up at 3am with police everywhere then sign up..
#26
They would have to pay me to stay there!! Native tongue is distinctly foreign, but at least you can help unload the immigrants off the lorries at the ferry terminal to brighten the stay!!
#27
mashm
They would have to pay me to stay there!! Native tongue is distinctly foreign, but at least you can help unload the immigrants off the lorries at the ferry terminal to brighten the stay!!

Thats just reminded me of a time I saw 5 immigrants jumping out of the back of a lorry in the middle of no where, a country lane between Hythe & Canterbury, I phoned the police & was asked " How do you know they were immigrants"
#28
I used to work down in Folkestone - earlier this year on a contract.
Stayed at this place. Never again.
Avoid like the plague. It's a sh#t hole.
Rooms are dirty, locks on the rooms are dodgy at best.
Not all the rooms have a shower, they still have "smoking" rooms.
Basically, the place caters for the coach companies that do the the ferry trips to France. The hotel is used at the overnight stop-off.
It's vile.The place is like something out of the 1970s.

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