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B and Bs in Margate

The Malvern Guesthouse & The Blues Grill
Eastern Esplanade
Cliftonville

Margate
Kent

CT9 2HL | View map

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Our small, friendly, family-run guesthouse with themed bar and restaurant offers outstanding sea views in the heart of Cliftonville, close to the centre of Margate. A 5-storey Victorian terraced property featuring old charm with a modern twist, the Malvern provides the ideal base to explore this seaside town on foot. There are 5 outstanding Blue Flag award beaches, a stunning coastline ideal for walking and cycling, some of the best golf courses in the UK and a vast array of activities and attractions.

The Malvern's famous Blues Brothers themed bar and restaurant serves a highly acclaimed breakfast. In the evening, enjoy only the finest steaks, fresh fish and traditional English style dishes, all freshly prepared and cooked by the in-house chef using local ingredients where possible.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 3 Diamonds
Gold Clean Food Award
Kent Heartbeat Award
Thanet District Council Highly Commended Winners for Leisure & Tourism
Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 8

Price per Room:

Double: 60 - 80
Twin: 60 - 80
Single: 30 - 40
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Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
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