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Holiday Cottage Rental in Broadstairs Kent

Cosy And Stylish Cottage

Micawber Cottage is a cosy yet spacious Victorian terrace, dating from 1870 and retaining many charming features. It boasts a modern shower room, ensuite-bathroom and 2 large bedrooms (a double, and twin/triple).

Perfect for a family of 4/5, we have wireless internet/flat screen TV, a modern well-stocked kitchen (dishwasher but no washer/dryer) and an assortment of beach equipment.

Relax in our sunny courtyard, soak in the Victorian-style roll-top bath or snuggle up to the wood-burning stove! A real home-from-home !

Tucked away in a quiet side-street, the cottage is moments from sandy Viking Bay and the restaurants and shops of bustling Broadstairs. Castles, museums and nature reserves are a short drive away. Perfect for a family holiday – small dogs welcome !

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Getting Here

Directions by road from M25

  1. Leave M25 at Junction 2
  2. Join the A2/M2 heading east (coast bound), leave the A2/M2 at Junction 7
  3. Join the A299 heading for Ramsgate
  4. Continue into Ramsgate, join A255 (Canterbury Road East)
  5. Stay on A255 by taking first exit at roundabout, continue on A255 for about 1 mile
  6. When A255 become Boundary Road, take left turn at traffic lights into Hereson Road
  7. Continue on Hereson Road for 1 mile
  8. Take second exit (right turn) at roundabout
  9. Turn right at Junction with High Street, by Nat West bank
  10. Immediately after pedestrian crossing, turn left by Lloyds TSB
  11. Turn almost immediately right into Thanet Road
  12. Micawber Cottage is about 150m on left hand side.

Around Broadstairs

Broadstairs offers a wealth of entertainment, sightseeing and leisure activities. There is something here for everyone, from having fun on our three gorgeous blue flag beaches; exploring the 17th century town and experiencing one of the ‘smugglers tours’; to simply relaxing in any one of the pubs and restaurants or browsing the array of artisan shops lining the old cobbled streets.

From Easter through to October there are a number of festival weekends, catering for book lovers with the world renowned Dickens week; music lovers at the Folk Week in August and food lovers at the Food week in October. Unusual for a small coastal town, Broadstairs is well served by transport links. Only 20 miles from Dover and Canterbury and 60 miles from the M25, there is also a train service from London St Pancrass via Canterbury or Medway.

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