Broadstairs Bed and Breakfast at Broadstairs House a circa1860 traditionally flint-fronted family home in which a warm welcome is extended by your hosts, Peter and Jenny. This four storey home has been tastefully and sympathetically redesigned to offer Bed & Breakfast accommodation in a modern ˜boutique style with more than a nod to the existing period features.
Situated in the historical resort town of Broadstairs in Kent, it is ideally located for the blue-flag beaches the area is renowned for, the high-speed train link from London Kings Cross / St Pancras (80 minutes) and the vibrant town centre. Being closer to France and Belgium than it is to the county town, Maidstone, it is an ideal rest stop on your way either to or from the continent. It is also ideally situated (12 miles) from the iconic City of Canterbury.
The ethos of our bed and breakfast service at Broadstairs is to offer you a comfortable and memorable stay in a beautiful period house in an equally beautiful town. In order to enhance your visit, we offer a concierge service for restaurant reservations, a taxi-service to and from the home and general advice on what to see and do in the area. So whether you are up for a weekend of surfing, a quick weekend getaway or perhaps even a brief honeymoon, we will do everything we can to make it a relaxing, worry-free experience.
Whatever you are looking for in a bed and breakfast you cannot help but be impressed with the effort we make to ensure you have an enjoyable stay.
" We are very excited about what we have achieved, but it's only the beginning! We have aimed for a blend of traditional and modern decor, which we are sure will appeal to the wide range of visitors who come to our lovely town each year."
" Peter's hearty breakfasts are not to be missed and come with a complementary newspaper and endless chat about Broadstairs and it's environs."
The guests say:
" Such friendly service; stunning tea and paper in the morning.. You hear stories of stars telling of Bed and Breakfasts they visited - this is one of them. Can't find fault and it