Holiday Cottage in Broadstairs, Kent
from £416 pwSleeps 6
This pretty, double fronted, Victorian holiday cottage in Kent is tucked away, just a 5 minute stroll from the fabulous beach of Viking Bay, Broadstairs in Kent. A really special spot that has that wow factor! The beach theme of this Kent coastal cottage is continued throughout the interior with whitewashed walls, wooden floorboards and original fireplaces coupled with modern furniture and crisp linens adorning the beds make this holiday cottage an incredibly sought after place to be. Outside the pretty courtyard garden complete with table and chairs is the ideal place to sit and relax with a chilled glass of wine or beer after a day at the beach. This cottage truly has everything to make your holiday a memorable one!
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Flintback Cottage: sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, small court yard space, free on street parking and nearby car park (charges apply)
Dining room. Table and chair seating 6 guests, wooden floorboards - open plan leading to kitchen beyond a partition wall.
Living room, sofas seating upto 6 guests, TV & DVD player.
Kitchen, modern fittings, fully equipped with oven, hob, microwave oven, dishwasher and washer/dryer. A back door leads from the kitchen to the intimate outside courtyard garden.
Open tread stairs lead from the dining room to the first floor.
Master bedroom (sleeps 2), double bed, cupboard space, en-suite wet-room has a shower and WC.
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2), twin room with 2 single beds.
Bedroom 3 (sleeps 2), twin room with two 2'6 single beds more suitable for young adults and children.
Family bathroom, bath with a power shower over, wash hand basin and WC.
There is on road parking outside the cottage and a payable public car park to the rear.
An outside table and chairs has been provided for use during your stay.
Gas central heating
This picturesque cottage is located at Viking Bay, the award winning sandy beach in Broadstairs with clifftop promenade and a harbour pier, this is an ideal safe environment for children and adults alike with lifeguards, animal logo signs for children to know where parents are located and toilets. Younger children can enjoy donkey rides and punch and Judy in the summer months and for older children ski and belly boards are available for sale or hire. A great bay for those who like to get away from it all and have a traditional day at the beach.
Broadstairs town itself is very picturesque; full of quirky little lanes with tiny flint houses and fishermen's cottages nestled together. There are an abundance of unusual small shops, including boutiques and jewellery shops, pubs restaurants and tearooms and of course the traditional fish and chip shop, or why not get up early and visit the fisherman for some truly fresh fish, great to grill or cook on the BBQ.
North Foreland Golf Club just a short drive along the coast is directly opposite the Kingsgate Castle and is an unrivalled chalk course offering all-year golf coupled with stunning scenery and breathtaking views of the sea from every tee and green. It was founded in 1903 and steeped in history the course is situated on the Kent coast at the point where the English Channel meets the North Sea. Originally a 9 hole course, in 1912 Fowler and Simpson were employed to design the existing full 18 holes so enjoyed by so many to this day.
There are plenty of charming gardens, great for relaxing in with a delicious ice cream. The beautiful coastline boasts 15 sandy beaches and bays which have been awarded3 Blue Flags and7 Quality Coast Awards, one of which is Joss Bay which is a sandy bay approximately 200 meters long, popular for surfing with Joss Bay Surf School situated there for hire surf boards and wetsuit hire and lessons.
Why not ride the Viking Coastal Trail. It is a cycling route that is 43.2 km (27 miles) long and winds its way past sandy beaches and bays, spectacular chalk cliffs, lively seaside resorts and quiet country villages, visit http://www.visitthanet.co.uk/viking/default.asp for more information.
Broadstairs has a full calendar of events from the annual Dickens Festival and Folk week to a great free summer entertainment programme, take a look at the http://www.visitthanet.co.uk/ for more details.
There are a mouth-watering number of restaurants, bistros, cafes and pubs to choose from - you could eat your way around the world.
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