House of Agnes
4 star rating 71 St. Dunstans Street

Canterbury Kent CT2 8BN

This property is located at 71 St. Dunstans Street in Canterbury. Check room availability using the search box on your right.

The House of Agnes takes its name from the Charles Dickens' story, David Copperfield. In the book, the building was the home of Agnes Wickfield and several passages describe aspects of both the exterior and interior of the historic building. The heritage garden and buildings are rich in history; as well as Roman artefacts, an extremely rare scientific instrument, known as an “astrolabic quadrant” and dating from 1388 was unearthed during recent renovations. It was described as "one of the greatest ever scientific discoveries of its kind in the world" and is currently on show at the British Museum.

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