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Tudor Gates - £110 Per Night

Named after a film writing former owner, Tudor Gates is our Mid Century themed room.

Furnished with original Mid Century furniture, Tudor Gates offers a King Size platform bed, high quality non-allergenic bedding, en-suite with shower, digital radio, hairdryer, free Wi-Fi and a spacious balcony.

You will have a range of tea and coffee. Fresh milk and water will be supplied. An iron and ironing board will be provided upon request.

Breakfast is complimentary. To see what we offer, please go to the Breakfast page.

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Quick check:

  • King sized platform bed
  • High quality non-allergenic bedding
  • En-suite bathroom with shower
  • Digital Radio
  • Hairdryer
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Balcony
  • A range of teas and coffees
  • Fresh milk and water
  • Iron and ironing board upon request

Tudor Gates 1930-2007

Tudor Gates was a playwright, screenwriter, author and trade unionist. He owned Twentieth Century from 1963 to 1986, during this time he re-named it 'The White House' which it has been known as until now.

Born in 1930 in London. His career began in stage management, writing scripts in his spare time. After one of these was broadcast on TV he took to writing full time. He wrote, amongst others, for Hammer Horror, 'The Vampire Lovers' (1970), 'Lust for a Vampire' (1971) and 'Twins of Evil' (1971).

He was one of several writers who contributed to 'Barbarella' (1968) and 'Danger: Diabolik' (1968). His plays include 'Who Saw Him Die' and 'Who Killed Agatha Christie', both of which were performed in the West End to great success. TV writing credits include The Avengers, The Sweeney, The Saint and his own series 'Vendetta' which ran on the BBC for three years.

Sadly, most of the episodes appear to have been lost. Tudor Gates died in 2007 aged 77 in Birchington.