Our award-winning restaurant and accommodation is in the heart of Deal, just a stone s throw away from the beach. We are in easy reach of Dover, Canterbury, Sandwich, Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate and renowned for our fresh local seafood throughout South East England. All our mouthwatering dishes are enhanced by an extensive choice of fine wines. br / br / br / br / Enjoy the delights of Deal. There is an abundance of unique shops just five minutes from Dunkerley s Restaurant and Hotel. In the evening, the beautifully lit seafront promenade is the perfect setting for a romantic evening. Whatever your reason for staying at Dunkerley s, you will enjoy thoughtful service and attention to detail in a charming location. br / br / br / br / Our accommodation comprises of sixteen superb rooms. Six of the rooms have panoramic sea views overlooking Deal s pier and beach. All rooms are spacious with ensuite bathroom, Satellite T.V, direct dial telephones, internet access points, tea & coffee making facilities, hairdryer, trouser press and morning papers.Two of the principal hotel rooms have a Jacuzzi, making Dunkerley s Hotel the perfect retreat to unwind! A delicious breakfast awaits you in the morning and our staff are always happy to assist with any plans you may have for the day ahead. br / br / br / br / The Dunkerley family roots are firmly embedded in Deal, Kent s rich maritime history. The Signal Man hotel room is named after Ian Dunkerley s grandfather, who spent 36 years as a local lifeboat man. Come and enjoy our warm hospitality in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Renowned for our fresh, local seafood we are dedicated to serving mouthwatering cuisine, enhanced by an extensive choice of fine wines, from classic French varieties to exciting discoveries from the new world. br / br / br / br / Dunkerley s now boasts a wonderful terrace where you can soak up the sunshine and take in the sea air. Sit back and let the world go by whilst enjoying a casual beer, coffee or a glass of wine.
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