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Welcome to The New Inn

Address: Delf Street, Sandwich, CT13 9ES

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The New Inn is in the centre of the historic market town of Sandwich. It offers en suite rooms, free parking, free internet and a traditional bar serving home-cooked food. The New Inn is a short walk from all of the town's shops and is less than 650 metres from Sandwich Rail Station. All of the rooms have TVs, telephones, tea/coffee and free wired internet access. The bar offers beers, wines and spirits. Home-cooked food is available from 07:00 to 19:30. The New Inn is 12 miles from the port of Dover and 18 miles from Folkestone and the Channel Tunnel. The Open Championship golf courses of Royal St George's Golf Club and Prince's Golf Club are 2 miles away.

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Kent Int. Airport - Airport

Kent Int. Airport - Airport

Distance 4.63 miles (7.41 km)
Kent International Airport is Kent's developing international freight and passenger airport which already serves a range of international destinations. Infratil, which bought the airport in August 05 are committed to seeing it become a vibrant regional airport. Kent's unique location and excellent motorway network mean that driving times to other main UK international airports are rapid, giving access to major European Cities and world-wide destinations.

Deal Castle - Kent - Castle

Deal Castle - Kent - Castle

Distance 5.08 miles (8.13 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 captains residence.