Broadstairs | Accommodation | Tourist Information
Broadstairs, Kent is based in the Thanet District and is part of the parish of Broadstairs and St Peters. Widely acknowledged to be the Jewel in Thanets Crown Broadstairs is a beach lovers paradise with miles of sandy beaches and white cliffs. Past residents include Charles Dickens, Sir Edward Heath and Thomas Russell Crampton.
This site has been set up to provide you with information about this wonderful part of Kent and also to shed light on this beautiful sea side town. Read More
Broadstairs, Kent is part of the parish of Broadstairs and St Peters with the inland village of St Peters being established as early as 1080. On the adjunct coast was a cliff top shrine, the Shrine of Our Lady in a place called Bradstow(e) which literally means broad place this was most likely due to the wide bay.
In the 14th Century a fishing village was established around the shrine and this was later to become Broadstairs. The Shrine of Our Lady no longer exsists and in its place is St Mary's Chapel. Read More
Seaside Escape is located just one minute from the beautifully sandy Stone Bay and a five minute walk to the town centre, famed for Dickens Bleak house and some great restaurants and cafes with plenty of character. The house comprises of a double bedroom with its own private balcony over looking the sea. The second room is a twin with a vanity sink unit and a small fridge, tea and coffee making facilities with a partial view of the sea.
The perfect family home, minutes from the stunning Broadstairs Coastline! This semi-detached 4-bedroom house in Broadstairs for 6 persons is a beautifully-restored seaside property providing a very comfortable base for the delights of the Kent coastline (sunbathing, boating, walking, surfing, fishing, etc) as well touring the countryside.
With a very busy social calendar accommodation in Broadstairs gets booked up very early. We have prepared a summary of the all the best Hotels, B&B's, Guest House's and Holiday Homes that Broadstairs has to offer! Read More
The sandy beaches of Broadstairs run the whole length of the town and are perfect for families, couples and the young. For those of you who love watersports such as surfing, waterski and sea kayking this is your ideal location...Read More
Broadstairs has a renowned Food and Drink scene, with a wide range of restaurants and bars, including The Charles Dickens Bar, The Pavilion....Read More
The surrounding towns offer miles of stunning shorelines, historic centres and fantastic shopping opportunities.....Read More
There are a wealth of attractions in Broadstairs to suit the whole family, including The Charles Dickens Musem, Crampton Tower Museum, The North Foreland Light House and much more...Read More
Broadstairs accommodates many types of visitors throughout the year, and has an active social calendar ranging from charitable events to Folk Week......Read More