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Dover Shopping

Dover is a gem of a seaside town with its own unique character that has inspired the many artists, writers and musicians who have made it their home. Shop in style and pick up something extra special at one of the many individual shops and shopping centres that make up this picturesque area.

Hotels near the center of Dover
Hostel Alma and Cafe Express from £37.50
Penmarnja Rooms from £68.50
St Albans Guest House Dover3 starfrom £51.30
No 7 Priory Guest House from £40.00
The Norman Guest House3 starfrom £55.00

Snargate street

Snargate street, which used to be the street facing onto the harbour,is now a sort of extended lay-by on the A20, and is about the only shopping street of any character in Dover. Marine chandlers, fishing tackle shops and seedy-looking cafes that always seem to be closed. Atmospheric in a run-down sort of way, which actually just about sums Dover up.


De Bradelei Wharf

De Bradelei Wharf is a row of what look like warehouses converted into one large discount shooping area. There are famous up market brand names at discount prices. Threre is someting for everyone, clothes, china, glasswear, sportswear, shoes, bed linen, candles and there is also a fairly good cafeteria in there too. There is ample parking at the rear (you have to pay but a refund is given if you spend over £5.00 and hand in your ticket.)


Charlton Shopping Centre

The Charlton Shopping Centre is Dover's only purpose built shopping centre and has a wide choice of independent retailers. Open from 07.30 - 18.00 Shops open between 8am to 5.30pm Monday to Saturday. The glass domed atrium provides the ideal place to sit down and relax over a cup of coffee or a meal before continuing to browse through the shops. A 300 space covered car park is linked to the High Street shops and walkways to adjacent superstores.