Features

The fully equipped centre is comfortably furnished throughout to provide a relaxing setting for absorbing knowledge and exchanging ideas. Each of our meeting rooms has been named after a historical figure whose geographical association links our three hospice sites in Canterbury, Ashford and Thanet: Charles Dickens, Geoffrey Chaucer and William Harvey.

Wheelchair access

The Ann Robertson Centre’s facilities are fully compliant with the regulations of the Equality Act 2010 including easy access around the building for wheelchairs and a lift to the first floor.

Internet connection

There is free Wifi access throughout the centre.

Refreshments and Lunches

We have two areas for clients to enjoy refreshments and lunches, our Welcome Room and Conservatory, during summer months visitors to the centre may enjoy sitting in our secluded garden. Refreshments at £2.50 per person per day, include tea, coffee, water and biscuits. Lunches can be arranged from £7.50 per person with a minimum booking for 10 people.

Parking and trains

The centre offers 25 parking spaces for the use of delegates and there is free on street parking nearby. The centre is easily accessed from main roads and motorways. It is about three quarters of a mile from Canterbury West station and one and a quarter miles from Canterbury East station.

Air Conditioning

Our three main rooms have air conditioning. For more information, and to see the rooms with air conditioning, please see our room information.

Hearing Loop

Our Charles Dickens and Geoffrey Chaucer rooms are fitted with a hearing loop.