- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
This well-presented, lower ground floor apartment is located in the heart of the popular coastal town of Broadstairs and benefits from being within walking distance of shops, bars, restaurants, cafes, the railway station, the beach and harbour. Tastefully renovated to a good standard, this Broadstairs apartment offers large and light rooms with three attractive bedrooms, one with a large bay window and seating area, perfect for getting lost in a book. There’s also a stylish, open plan living area allowing friends and families to gather together and plan the day ahead. The kitchen is modern and well equipped, and sumptuous seating in the sitting area offers an ideal place to put your feet up and enjoy a film at the end of a busy day. Settle in the garden on a warm summer’s evening, where you can enjoy a chilled glass of wine and celebrate your holiday with a meal of locally caught, barbecued fish. Broadstairs has so much to offer guests of all ages, from basking on the glorious sands, to a fishing trip out at sea, an evening of live music in one of the many pubs, and of course, a trip to Broadstairs would not be complete without a visit to Bleak House, made famous by Charles Dickens. With so much to see and do so close to this Broadstairs apartment, this is an ideal choice for a fun-filled holiday. Note: This property is situated below Ref. 911700, together they sleep 8.
All lower ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area (seats 5).
Gas central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD, selection of books and games. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Shared lawned garden with patio, furniture, cycle rack and BBQ. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs 1 min walk. Beach and harbour 8 mins walk. Note: Access is down 5 stone steps. Note: The garden is open on one side.
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About the location
Ramsgate 2 miles; Margate 3 miles; Sandwich 10 miles; Canterbury 19 miles; Dover 20 miles; Whitstable 22 miles.
The town of Broadstairs, known as The Jewel in Thanet's Crown, has been a popular place with visitors for centuries. The town offers Blue Flag sandy beaches, fishermen's cottages, Victorian architecture, hidden cobbled streets, clifftop walks, and Bleak House, which was once the Summer home of Charles Dickens. There are also many independent shops, butchers, bakers, tea rooms, gift and antique shops, a quaint old independent cinema, crazy golf and even a teddy bear hospital! This area of Kent offers a plethora of excursions and activities, including the Turner Contemporary gallery or fascinating Shell Grotto in Margate, Dover with its famous white cliffs and castle, Dickens World in Chatham, the cathedral city of Canterbury, wildlife parks, gardens ...and all of London's attractions are only an hour and a quarter away by train! In addition, the area boasts arguably the most spectacular stretch of golf courses in the south of England including Open Championship venue Royal St George's and Royal Cinque Ports at Deal - host to the 2013 Amateur Championship. The local town of Whitstable is lovely to explore with fantastic eating options and a chance to try the famous Whitstable native oysters. For those looking for peace and relaxation, why not walk or cycle the Viking Coastal Trail? This pathway leads from Broadstairs to neighbouring coastal towns, including Ramsgate, from where you can cross the Channel and visit the Belgium city of Ostend. And with the Channel Tunnel just 40 minutes' away, you could enjoy lunch in France. Historic and quaint this town may be, but if live music is your interest, then you are truly spoilt for choice! Most of the bars and pubs hold music nights throughout the year, where you can listen to everything from blues to folk, with the Blues Bash held every February and Folk Week every August, each attracting visitors from all over the world. Or, visit Dickens Week, every June, or the outstanding Food Festival held every October.