You may have heard of it.
The negotiations were drawn out and lengthy and Robert managed the deal at a little hostelry located on 59 Palace Street.
This is 59 Palace Street as it looks today.
Chambers is so close to the Cathedral that if you are lucky you can get the table upstairs with this view.
Upstairs there is one of the most photographed paintings in Canterbury. It used to hang outside the shop but was recently bought inside as it is now irreparable. It shows the Mayflower, the ship that carried the pilgrims to America and the ship whose hire was negotiated in these very premises.
If you are not in the mood for pancakes then there are cakes and cream teas available, full cooked English breakfasts, burgers (the Elvis Burger with peanut butter looked intriguing) and traditional cafe food as well. Prices are extremely reasonable and there are so many things to discover inside that it is well worth a visit!