The Millers Arms, Canterbury

The Millers Arms

Built in 1826 to serve local mill workers, The Miller’s Arms has long been one of Canterbury’s favourite pubs.

It’s a popular spot for locals – and with the pub close to Canterbury Cathedral, it’s a great base for tourists too. 11 en-suite rooms allow you to enjoy a weekend break right at the heart of the town.

However long you’re with us, you can can savour a delicious meal in the restaurant, warm yourself by the inglenook fireplace or relax with a beer in the attractive courtyard garden.  Traditional Kentish cask ale is always available…

Stylish accommodation in Canterbury
The pub and its bedrooms have been recently refurbished to the very highest standards, providing some of the best accommodation in Canterbury.

The historic character of the place remains entirely intact though, thanks to a tasteful and sympathetic restoration.

Staying in Canterbury, you can enjoy historic river tours, a visit to St Augustine Abbey, any number of wonderful museums and a browse of the local farmer’s market.

The Miller’s Arms makes the ideal base for it all. 

What's nearby?

  • Historic River Tours
  • St Augustine Abbey
  • Dame John & Westgate Gardens
  • Roman Museum
  • Beaney Art Museum & Library
  • Farmers Market
  • Canterbury Heritage Museum
  • Sidney Cooper Art Gallery
  • Rupert Bear Museum