Broadstairs

Broadstairs sits on the North Foreland looking east across the Channel, a place with plenty of little bays and sandy beaches beneath the characteristic chalk cliffs, loved by Dickens whose summer residence here is now a museum... Read More

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Hotels in Broadstairs - 6 places to stay

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Royal Albion Hotel

Royal Albion Hotel
Inside the 21-room hotel, there is a coffee lounge and bar and restaurant specialising in local seafood, with beautiful views across the harbour.
Outside there is a multi-levelled terrace and landscaped Mediterranean-themed garden that overlooks the ... More | visit website
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Fayreness Hotel

Fayreness Hotel

Boasting picturesque views of the English Channel and the North Sea, this charming hotel enjoys an elevated position on the cliff tops in Kingsgate, near Broadstairs, Kent. The Fayreness boasts a range of facilities to ensure ... More | visit website

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Redcot House (1.57 miles)

Redcot House
Redcot House Boutique Bedrooms & Breakfast offers luxury accommodation within a beautifully refurbished, detached Victorian residence in the Kentish seaside town of Ramsgate, the house is situated less than 100 m from the seafront within ... More | visit website
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Comfort Inn Ramsgate (1.63 miles)

Comfort Inn Ramsgate

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This fully air conditioned hotel with sea views features a bar, restaurant, beauty salon, wireless internet, conference suite, function room and ample free parking.
Situated on Ramsgate's East Cliff, this Grade II ... More

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My Seaside Luxury (1.86 miles)

My Seaside Luxury
Stay in an apartment that boasts breathtaking coastal views. Ancient Mariner sleeps four people. In the double room the deluxe King size bed is piled high with plush cushions. The twin room sleeps two more and ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Ramsgate Seafront (2.12 miles)

Travelodge Ramsgate Seafront
The Travelodge Ramsgate Seafront hotel sits right on the seafront at Ramsgate, less than half a mile from Ramsgate Railway Station and very close to the Ramsgate to Ostend ferry terminal. Kent International Airport is ... More | visit website
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Foy Boat (2.15 miles)

Foy Boat
The Foy Boat Hotel has Ten rooms.The guest rooms are situated on the second floor and the top floor and the majority have wonderful views overlooking the Royal Harbour and Marina. Due to the age of ... More | visit website
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Royal Harbour Hotel (2.29 miles)

Royal Harbour Hotel

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The Hotel comprises of adjoining Georgian houses and occupies the prime position in an historic garden crescent. Many rooms, some with their own balconies, boast magnificent views over the marina ... More

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Spencer Court Hotel (2.31 miles)

Spencer Court Hotel

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The hotel is situated well within easy reach of the train station, the sea front, the Royal Harbour and yacht marina, we are proud of our three star guest accommodation rating ... More

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9 The Regency (2.48 miles)

9 The Regency
Ideal for a romantic break, it is also spacious enough to accommodate a family of four. It has been beautifully furnished in a traditional way with large, comfy sofas complemented by wooden floors and Lloyd ... More | visit website
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The Warwick (2.54 miles)

The Warwick
Welcome to The Warwick Guesthouse in Margate, a sympathetically restored Edwardian house. We offer a choice of comfortable twin, double, family and single accommodation - en suites and private bathrooms are also available. We offer ... More | visit website
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Smiths Court (2.81 miles)

Smiths Court

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Smiths Court – set on the clifftop to the east of Margate – is privately owned and family run and, is Margate's only three star premier hotel. This ‘elegant Victorian’ ... More

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