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www.canterbury.co.uk 45AccessibilityInformationCanterbury Visitor Centre offers a freeadvice pamphlet for disabled visitorsand can also assist on suitablerestaurants, shops and hotels. Tel:+44 (0) 1227 378 100Email:canterburyinformation@canterbury.gov.ukShoppingVisitors to Canterbury can use the'shopmobility' scheme based at GravelWalk in Whitefriars. The schemeprovides manual and powered scootersand wheelchairs on an hourly, daily orweekly basis and is available Monday toFriday 10am to 4pm, (including bankholidays), Saturday 9.30am to 4pm. Tel:+44 (0) 1227 459 889Email:cshopmobility@tiscali.co.uk orseewww.cshopmobility.org.ukThe scheme is also available in HerneBay where the 'shopmobility' centre atChrist Church South Room, WilliamStreet opens Tuesdays, Thursdays andFridays 10am to 4pm (excluding bankholidays). Tel: +44 (0) 1227 372 487Email: hbshopmobility@gmail.comFurther InformationFurther holiday information and advicefor people with disabilities planning atrip to Canterbury, Whitstable or HerneBay is available by contacting AccessibilityDIAL Kent at 9a Gorrell Road,Whitstable, Tel: +44 (0) 1227 771 155Monday to Friday 10am to 3pm.Email: enquiries@dialkent.f9.co.uk orseewww.dialkent.org.ukor by loggingonto www.disabledgo.co.ukandselecting Canterbury from the dropdown menu.National Accessible SchemeWe will assist you to selectaccommodation suitable to your needs.Accommodation providers can join andbe assessed through the schemes tohelp them provide a more accessibleenvironment for guests who may beless mobile and to improve the qualityof their stay. Accommodation thatdisplays one or more of the signsshown below are committed toaccessibility. When you see one of thesymbols, you can be sure that theaccommodation has been thoroughlyassessed against demanding criteria.For further information on the schemeplease visit www.visitbritain.com.MobilityLevel 1- Typically suitable fora person with sufficient mobilityto climb a flight of steps but wouldbenefit from fixtures and fittings to aidbalance.Level 2- Typically suitable for aperson with restricted walkingability and for those who may occasionallyneed to use a wheelchair and cannegotiate a maximum of three steps.Level 3 - Typically suitable for aperson who depends on the useof a wheelchair and transfersunaided to and from a wheelchair in aseated position. This person may be anindependent traveller.Level 4- Typically suitable for aperson who depends on the useof a wheelchair and transfersfrom and to the wheelchair in a seatedposition. This person also requirespersonal or mechanical assistance toaid transfer (for example carer/hoist).VisualLevel 1 - Typically provides keyadditional services and facilitiesto meet the needs of visuallyimpaired guests.Level 2- Typically provides a higherlevel of services and facilities tomeet the needs of visuallyimpaired guests.HearingLevel 1- Typically provides keyadditional services and facilitiesto meet the needs of guests witha hearing impairment.Level 2- Typically provides a higherlevel of additional services andfacilities to meet the needs ofguests with a hearing impairment.If you have additional needs or specialrequirements of any kind, we stronglyrecommend that you make sure yourchosen establishment can meet thesebefore you confirm your booking.

The Foundry - Pub - English and MicrobreweryWhite Horse Lane, Canterbury, CT1 2RUTel: 01227 458 599Web: www.thefoundrycanterbury.co.ukRestaurant & traditional microbrewery situatedin part of an old foundry in the heart of thecity. Brewery on display will provide a range ofmodern fresh cask conditioned ales, availableto try in the restaurant.The Hutch - Vegetarian13 Palace Street, Canterbury, CT1 2DZTel: 01227 766 700Web: www.thehutchcanterbury.co.ukTotally meat free and using the best of localproduce, we aim to deliver first classvegetarian food. Catering for a wide range ofdietary requirements, vegan, vegetarian, glutenintolerant etc with trained staff able to guideyou through the menu.The Lady Luck - English18 St Peters street, Canterbury, CT1 2BQTel: 01227 763 298Web: www.theladyluck.co.ukRock and roll pub in the heart of Canterbury.Fresh homemade food, gourmet burgers aspeciality. Baguettes, nachos, slow cookedchilli and pub favourites.The Millers Arms - Traditional Pub1 - 2 Mill Lane, St. Radigunds, Canterbury, CT1 2AW Tel: 01227 456 057Web: www.millerscanterbury.co.ukThe Millers Arms offers fine local beers as wellas home cooked food using local supplies.The Old Brewery Tavern - BritishStour Street, Canterbury, CT1 2NRTel: 01227 826 682Web: www.michaelcaines.comThe tradition of the old British tavern andhostelry is part of our very culture and nationalidentity. Our challenge in creating MichaelCaines Taverns is to reinterpret and revalue ourhistoric British tradition in a way that isrelevant to contemporary tastes.The Pilgrims - English18 The Friars, Canterbury, CT1 2AS Tel: 01227 464 531Web: www.pilgrimshotel.co.ukA family run establishment in the heart ofCanterbury. serving traditional home cookedfood. The Red Lion Inn - Pub75 High Street, Bridge, Nr Canterbury CT4 5LBTel: 01227 832 213Web: www.redlionbridge.co.ukRene and Harry welcome you to enjoy some Frenchhospitality in the heart of the Kent countryside. Just ahop, skip and a jump from Canterbury, the historicvillage of Bridge is home to this gastronomic treasure.Shops and EateriesRestaurantsFern's Café - English Tearoom12-13 Sun Street, The Butter market, Canterbury, CT1 2HXTel: 01227 781 885Ferns restaurant and tearoom overlooks themedieval cobbled square in the butter marketand offers a unique view and style, combiningthe old and new with the best of British.Kings Head - Pub204 Wincheap, Canterbury, CT1 3RY Tel: 01227 462 885Web www.smoothhound.co.uk/hotels/thekingshead.htmlFriendly 15th Century oak beamed inn servinga wide range of snacks and meals. Vegetarianoptions and Sunday lunch available togetherwith real ales and a beer garden.Le Petit Poisson -SeafoodPier Approach, Central Parade, Herne Bay, CT6 5JNTel: 01227 361 199Web: www.lepetitpoisson.co.ukLe Petit Poisson has a distinct continental feelwith a relaxed and informal atmosphere. Themenu is a mixture of local and other fresh fish.McDonalds - Fast Food18-20 St George's Street, Canterbury, CT1 2SR Tel: 01227 478 769Web: www.mcdonalds.co.ukSeating for 300. Free Wifi available.McDonalds - Fast foodThanet way, Chestfield, CT5 3JETel: 01227 794 979Web: www.mcdonalds.co.ukSeating for 100. Free Wifi available.McDonalds - Fast foodStour Retail Park, Canterbury, CT1 1ADTel: 01227 452 312Web: www.mcdonalds.co.ukSeating for 84. Free Wifi availableMichael Caines - European30-33 High Street, Canterbury, CT1 2RXTel: 01227 826 684Web: www.michaelcaines.comThe Michael Caines restaurant is thecentrepiece of Abode Canterbury food andbeverage operations. This dining room has 70covers, combining classic elegance withmodern style.Nando's - Portuguese46 St. Peter's Street, Canterbury, CT1 2BGTel: 01227 766 261 Web: www.nando's.co.ukSpecialising in chicken dishes from Portugalserved in a warm and fun environment. Theflame grilled peri-peri chicken is legendary.Panteli's - English5-7 Canterbury Lane, Canterbury CT1 2HLTel: 01227 765 506Web: www.panteli.bizTraditional English menu, with self servicerestaurant and table service restaurant openfrom 7am to 4pm, Monday to Saturday servingbreakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and hot andcold snacks.46www.canterbury.co.ukApeksha - Indian 24 St Peter's street, Canterbury, CT2 0BFTel - 01227 780 079Web: www.apeksha.co.ukSituated by the historic Westgate Towers andMarlowe Theatre, a contemporary Indianrestaurant offering an array of new mouthwatering dishes within reasonable price range.Azouma - Moroccan and Lebanese4 Church Street, St Pauls, Canterbury CT1 1NHTel: 01227 760076Web: www.azouma.co.ukDishes on the menu incorporate some of theculinary influences of the ancient tradingroutes in the countries that now make up theMediterranean & Arab World. Specialitiesinclude traditional Moroccan Tagines/Couscous Dishes/ Speciality Chargrills/Authentic Desserts.Café Venezia - English/Continental60-61 Palace Street, Canterbury, CT1 2DYTel: 01227 787 786Web: www.cafevenezia.co.ukCafé Venezia is located just a few steps awayfrom Canterbury Cathedral. Menu combinesboth continental classics and British favouritesas well as an extensive list of hot and coldbeverages.Canterbury Westgate Towers and City GaolTel: 01227 789 576www.canterburywestgatetowers.comLocated in the former felons exercise yardwhere morning coffee, lunches and teas areserved. A range of daily lunchtime specials areavailable using locally sourced produce allfreshly prepared by our chef.Champagne Bar - EuropeanThe Abode, 30-33 High Street, Canterbury, CT1 2RXTel: 01227 826 683Web: www.michaelcaines.comThe Michael Caine's Champagne Bar has becomeone of Canterbury's most fashionable and popularplaces. Offering an extensive choice ofchampagnes from Michael Caines Champagne to a selection of vintage wines.Crab and Winkle Restaurant - SeafoodSouth Quay, The Harbour, Whitstable, CT5 1ABTel: 01227 779 377Web: www.thecrabandwinklerestaurant.co.ukSituated on Whitstable Harbour with beautifulviews across to the Isle of Sheppey. With fishfresh from the boats and stunning sun sets,this is a gem not to be missed.