Rochester hotels listed below are either in the town or
we have given a rough guide as to how far they are from Rochester.
We hope you enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation.
Rochester, along with Chatham and
Gillingham, forms a conurbation known as the Medway towns. Rochester
has a handsome High Street lined with antique shops, cafes and
pubs housed in old half-timbered and weatherboarded buildings.
The shell of a Norman castle at the northwest end of the High
street is one of the best preserved examples of a Norman fortress
in England. The superb cathedral has a splendid Norman west front,
with pencil-shaped towers and richly carved portal and tympanum
above the doorway. Rochester was the home of Charles Dickens
and many town buildings feature in his novels. Also see Rochester
& Rochester attractions.
If you are in the right town but cannot find the accommodation
you want on this page, you might consider self
catering accommodation in Rochester