Premier Travel Inn (Folkstone, Kent) Reviews
Newest Review: ... tea and coffee making facilities. Everything is clean and tidy and I think that value for money-wise, this room does exactly what it needs to do. All rooms are non-smoking, and rooms to accommodate disabled people are available. **The site** This Premier Inn is just off the M20 - taking junction 13, then leaving the A20 after just a few yards. It is very easy to find. When you are there, you have ample parking (nothing further to pay). The Premier Inn is split either side of the car park - the main accommodation block being one side and the reception area with further accommodation being the other side. This is fine, except that i... more
Customer Premier Travel Inn (Folkstone, Kent) Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/02/09 (Very useful, 199 readings)
With this branch of Premier Travel Inn being just a couple of miles away from the Channel Tunnel terminal, it makes it an ideal stop-over either to or from the continent, especially if you have a long drive over in France. Being a skiing family, trips to the Alps are not uncommon for us and, for me, the chance to stop in Folkestone overnight on the way then allows us to get a nice early (and therefore usually cheap) crossing on the Eurotunnel the following morning, which then gives me plenty of daylight hours to drive through France to our chosen snowy destination. We have stayed in this particular branch of Travel Inn a few times now, and have ... Read the complete review
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