This charming first floor apartment is set just outside the town centre of Margate and for those who enjoy a rest from driving while on holiday, will be delighted to find a bus stop right outside their door.
Furnished with a retro theme in mind, this self-catering holiday home is an ideal choice for families and couples looking to stay somewhere with character and comfort.
Two delightful bedrooms, both with double beds, offer a good night's rest after a busy day exploring this part of the Kent coastline.
The quirky retro style is most obvious in the fitted and well-equipped kitchen which also offers a spacious dining area.
So whether packing a picnic or preparing a delicious evening meal, the designated cook will find everything they need, while the other party members can decide whether to spend a day on the sandy beaches that Margate is famous for, or cycling or walking the Viking Coastal Trail, which covers over 32 miles of breathtaking countryside and coastline.
Whatever your ability there is a route to suit, and if you should feel the strain, then you can always hop on a train.
The local bus stop gives you access to the Thanet Loop which allows you to buy a day or week pass and gives you excellent access to the whole of the Isle of Thanet.
Returning to this lovely holiday home you can settle down in the sitting room, also furnished in the retro style, where you can watch Now TV, enjoy playing a board game or just sit and read before bedtime.
If you are looking to dine out there are many good restaurants, quirky tea rooms and delicious fish and chips to savour, the choice is endless.
The long sandy beaches are a children's dream, with donkey rides, crazy golf, ice creams and deckchair hire for the grown-ups who just want to sit and snooze!
With so much to see and do in this lovely part of Kent you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to making plans for each day.
This well-placed apartment is ideal for an interesting and varied family seaside holiday.
About the location
Broadstairs 4 miles; Ramsgate 4 miles; Canterbury 15 miles; Whitstable 15 miles.
Margate, a seaside holiday resort set on the east coast of Kent, has undergone much renovation, and boasts the new Turner Contemporary gallery. This historic seaside town, with its Theatre Royal dating back to 1787, offers entertainment for everyone, from fishing and golf to beaches and amusements. The Winter Gardens offers a wide variety of events including shows, concerts and musicals with top performers throughout the year. You can wander along the Margate Harbour Arm and Old Town to browse artists' studios, relax in one of the many bars or restaurants or hire a bike. For the more adventurous there is a Turner and Dickens walk taking you to Broadstairs four miles away. The Shell Grotto, with its 2000 square feet of winding underground passages, delights visitors while the Hornby Visitor Centre brings back the nostalgia of Britain's best loved toys. Dreamland is also worth exploring with any little ones or those in search of old fashioned fun, with its traditional seaside attractions and vintage fairground. Margate is a lovely coastal town retaining its history but offering up-to-date entertainment for all ages with a variety of interests.