The Millers Arms is one of the top-rated pub hotels in Canterbury. A cosy and welcoming place to drink, dine, and stay in the cathedral city – the perfect base for a sightseeing holiday of the city itself, as well as all the nature around it.
Built in 1826 to serve the workers of the local mill (which used to straddle the canal opposite the pub), it continues to serve up fresh ales and fabulous food within easy walking distance of the city’s top tourist attractions.
Get cosy this winter with a relaxing break for two. Join us for one night bed and breakfast with a three course dinner* for only £150.
To take advantage of this special winter stay offer, simply click the booking link, select your dates and preferred room for two, and quote promo code SNWINTERSTAY.
Offer valid until Thursday 28th March 2024, subject to availability.
Smart and stylish with warm modern decor, a cosy inglenook fireplace, and an attractive courtyard garden, the pub’s perfectly situated just far enough out of the town centre to get quiet nights while also only being a 2-5 minute walk to most of the city’s central attractions and shops.
Our food is served throughout the day – from breakfast every day to a full Sunday roast. Locals don’t just love us for the location, but the dependable quality of our service.
However long your visit, you can expect the same superb service. Whether you’re staying the week or just popping in for a pint, The Millers Arms is the kind of place that invites you simply to relax, unwind, and enjoy.
Enjoy a relaxing break in the heart of the city at riverside inn The Millers Arms, which boasts twelve beautiful bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. Each room offers elegant and affordable city-centre accommodation, with some offering impressive views of the nearly 1000-year-old cathedral.
Elegant and well-appointed with modern comforts, The Millers Arms provides some of the most convenient and comfortable family-friendly accommodation in Canterbury. Each room comes with modern comforts like wi-fi, a flatscreen TV, and handy extras like a hairdryer and facilities for tea and coffee. So it’s a wonderful base from which to explore the region.
Unfortunately there is no disabled access to our accommodation as it is on the first and second floor of a historic building.
If you’re a history lover, Canterbury and the surrounding areas have a lot to offer – from the cathedral itself to St Augustine’s Abbey, to The King’s School (some parts of which are tourable and are claimed to form one of the oldest continually-run schools in the world), to a host of local museums.
I often do little cycles runs from 6 miles outside of Canterbury & usually end up here for an afternoon meal. The staff are helpful...
Outstanding, friendly and professional staff, over and above service, lovely venue, great food and all for an incredibly reasonable price.
Amazing lunch at the Millers Arms - food cooked to perfection and excellent service. Couldn’t fault it, and great value for the quality of the food served.