A quirky, beautiful gem of a town located in Kent, right on the coast and full of colour and energy, Broadstairs is a vivacious, stunning spot at a tip of the county making it an appealing destination for a self-catering holiday by the sea. Broadstairs also presents a fantastic blend of modern atmosphere and outstanding Victorian architecture with a healthy choice of holiday apartments and homes within easy reach of its sandy beach. There’s a wonderful arrangement of independent local shops and pubs scattered around the narrow cobbled streets. Broadstairs is a true delight. Find cliff top walks and sandy coves, leisurely strolls along the coastline or have a whack at mini golf on Victoria Parade. Visit the Dickens Museum with interesting artefacts and an insight into his life. As well as day to day entertainment there are also festivals throughout the summer such as the Blues Night and the Water Gala, which is open for anyone to join in.
On the North Foreland Lighthouse site above Broadstairs, this delightful cottage features entrance hall, fully fitted kitchen, sitting room, dining room, bathroom, double bedroom and single bedroom with full size bed and comfortable pull-out bed.
Give rowing a go and compete in races or just spend the day on the beach and enjoy the fair rides and face painting on the sands. The food scene is also one of a very high standard with plenty of al fresco locations so you can enjoy the fabulous views and sunshine. Broadstairs is a wonderfully sweet town with a modern edge that continually appeals to holiday-makers staying in the town's many attractive holiday cottages, whether for summer holidays or short breaks, every year without fail.