Margate is an alluring seaside town, found in East Kent, stretching along the coast of North Foreland. There is plenty of holiday attractions in Margate, which is why the renting of a cottage let with friends or family is so popular. You will have endless freedom to explore top-rate places like The Ambrette restaurant, whose food has won esteemed awards. Drop by The Ramsgate Brewery for specalised, delicious ales, and then take a visit to The Shell Grotto, which is a listed building adorned with over four million sea shells, mysteriously found in the 1830’s. There are also lots to keep the kids entertained, too, like Walley World Indoor Adventure Playground, sure to be a good run around and oodles of fun. For a more cultural experience, visit the magnificent Turner Contemporary Art Gallery on the harbour is dedicated to one of England’s most famous artists who painted much of his work in the town.
Much like Brighton, Margate has always been a proud seaside town. In recent years it has been coming back into fashion, whether as a cultural centre or for visitors eanting to enjoy a traditional English beach holiday. Margate has so much to offer, such as Margate Main Sands, fit with a tidal pool, and heaps of traditional maritime arcades. If you would rather, visit the country’s second oldest theatre, the Theatre Royal. Alternatively, come with a group of your friends during the summer and be there for Margate’s yearly jazz festival, which promises to be a remarkable event. If walking and cycling holidays are what make you tick, then there is the whopping three-mile Viking Coastal Trail, taking you past several important landmarks and magnificent cliffs. To learn more about Margate itself, the Margate Heritage Trail takes you past many historically significant places, while also showing off the prettiest parts of Margate. So, a fantastic selection for a holiday is Margate, especially for families and for friends.