This semi-detached cottage is nestled in a colourful terrace, boatsing an elevated position in the seaside town of Ramsgate.
The interior boasts many of its original features such as the high, ornate ceilings and decorative fireplaces, offering a traditional feel to its guests.
Perfectly suited to couples, friends or a small family, this cottage has been restored to a lovely standard of quality throughout, allowing you to relax and unwind in a coastal region of Kent.
There is a double-door entrance hallway keeping you nice and snug in the winter, which leads through to the lounge on the left.
This beautiful, sunny room boasts a working gas fire, Smart TV and a large bay window flooding the room with natural light.
Next, the formal dining room is a wonderful opportunity for special occasions, with period furnishings uplifting the space.
To the rear of the property you have all your kitchen needs, complete with a breakfast table, at which to enjoy a hot cup of morning coffee.
Climb the traditional staircase and arrive at the well-appointed bathroom occupying a bath with a hand-held shower, a separate walk-in shower and a heated towel rail.
Three small steps take you up to the bedrooms, which have been designed in keeping with the Victorian style of the cottage.
The master bedroom enjoys dual aspect windows, airy spaces and views over the front, whilst the double room at the back overlooks the courtyard and brick buildings in the distance.
Outside, the rear patio is bordered by flower beds and offers a nice quiet spot to sit in the afternoon sun with a drink in hand.
A 10-minute stroll will take you to the seafront and close by is Ellington park, which is dog-friendly.
The town offers a fabulous harbour, where you can enjoy alfresco dining and watch the yachts sail in and out of the marina.
For something a bit different, stroll along to Pinball Parlour, where you can try out the vintage machines or browse through a selection of vinyl records at Vinyl Head Coffee.
Don't miss your chance t try the most delicious gelato outside of Italy, at the world-famous Morelli's in Broadstairs, near Viking Bay.
And for those feeling particularly energetic, try out the wide variety of water sports on offer at one of the many beaches.
Even escape to the coastal haven of Sandwich & Pegwell Bay National Nature Reserve, walk the circular trails, look out for grazing animals and spot rare flora and fauna.
A delightful getaway to be enjoyed the year-round.
About the location
Broadstairs 2 miles; Margate 5 miles; Canterbury 17 miles.
Ramsgate is a wonderful blend of maritime heritage, architectural splendour and a touch of cosmopolitan pizzazz, which was once the favoured seaside resort town of a young Queen Victoria. Why not dine alfresco and watch the yachts sail in and out of the marina, or stroll along the promenade to the harbour, the only royal harbour in the country, and choose something tasty from one of the boats landing their daily catch? For those who like nostalgia, a visit to the Pinball Parlour where you can try out the vintage machines, or to Vinyl Head Coffee to browse through the extensive selection of vinyl records, whilst enjoying delicious coffee and cake, is sure to invoke memories. There is also the world-famous Morelli’s in Broadstairs, which is said to serve the best gelato outside of Italy! Visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to the beach, with 15 beaches and bays between Pegwell Bay and Reculver renowned for their sand and awarded 3 Blue Flags and 7 Quality Coast Awards. Watersports are a popular draw all year round, with many skilled and experienced instructors who will take you surfing, snorkelling, diving, boating and kite surfing. For golf lovers, Ramsgate is well served by some of the best courses in the UK (Royal St. George’s - Open venue, Royal Cinque Ports and North Foreland). Whether it be beach combing, golf, boat rides, watersports or a relaxing gourmet getaway, Ramsgate has it all to offer. For the more energetic, there’s the Viking Coastal Trail, one of the most attractive leisure cycle routes in Kent. With excellent restaurants serving local delicacies, including Ramsgate Harbour Brasserie and the Empire Room, to food from around the world alongside traditional English pubs, you are never far from your gastronomic desire either. And for those (occasional!) rainy days, why not visit the Granville Cinema or the quirky Palace Cinema in Broadstairs, where the organist co-owner regular performs film music of days gone by before the showing? Also, The Tunnels visitor attraction, an insight into wartime Britain, is highly recommended.