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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
The Hideaway was completely renovated in 2011 to a very high standard throughout, providing superb accommodation for up to four people (we offer a travel cot for babies). A two bedroom duplex apartment within a Victorian townhouse, the Hideaway has many original features and is arranged over two floors. The living room, fully fitted kitchen/diner and bathroom are on the ground floor, with double and twin bedrooms and a separate WC on the first floor. The property has a small walled courtyard to the rear, in addition to the use of an extensive and beautifully maintained private garden for residents' use only. The garden offers ample space for children to play as a perfect alternative to the beach, or for a family barbecue after a busy day.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Viking or Stone Bay 500 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||200 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Gatwick 136 km, Nearest railway: Broadstairs 1 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, Shared garden|
|Access||Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
The Hideaway has gas central heating and is double glazed throughout. In addition to the newly fitted bathroom, we have a separate WC on the first floor. Due to the nature of the property, we regret that the Hideaway is not suitable for guests with limited mobility.
We will provide a travel cot for our youngest guests, which can be accommodated in either bedroom. We also have a bed guard, high chair, baby monitor and toy box and books for younger children. A reliable local babysitter can be arranged on request - please enquire.
|Further details outdoors|
The Hideaway is situated in a very quiet lane in the oldest part of Broadstairs, with many flint-walled buildings dating back to the 18th century and earlier. There is a private shared garden for the sole use of residents, in addition to the Hideaway's own private walled courtyard, with seating. The garden offers benches, a summer house, and plenty of space for a barbecue or to exercise children! As the garden is shared, we ask that guests use it with consideration and respect.
We are unable to offer off-street parking, but there is unrestricted parking in the road outside the Hideaway, and in neighbouring streets. In addition, there is a pay and display car park less than one minute's walk away.
We regret that due to the nature of the apartment, it is unsuitable for guests with limited mobility. We are sorry but we are unable to accept pets.
The Isle of Thanet region
Kent is known as 'the garden of England' for the quality of its homegrown produce, but much more than that, offers diverse activities for visitors. East Kent was recently voted one of travel guide Frommers' Top 12 places to visit in the world for 2011, thanks to our miles of unspoilt coastline and off the beaten track destinations. Come for yourself to find out what everyone's talking about!
Explore historic Canterbury with its cathedral, city walls, restaurants, theatres and great shopping. Dover Castle is a fantastic day trip for families, both only 30 minutes from Broadstairs by car. Leeds Castle, and Deal and Walmer castles are also within easy reach, as is Whitstable where you can feast on local seafood, fresh off the boats, before exploring the town's wide range of interesting shops. Golfing enthusiasts will love Kent's award winning courses at Sandwich and North Foreland.
Broadstairs is on the High Speed Rail Link to London - with a direct link to Stratford International station, we are perfectly placed to visit the London 2012 Olympics. Kent has great transport links to London and mainland Europe, with making it the perfect starting point for a visit to England or abroad.
Broadstairs is situated on the tip of the East Kent coast, nestling between Ramsgate and Margate and boasts no fewer than seven sandy beaches. Locals believe that Broadstairs has its own microclimate, and is officially one of the sunniest and driest parts of the country!
Broadstairs has a seafaring past and is today a charming and unspoilt seaside resort - many remnants of our Victorian heritage can be found throughout the town. During the summer months, Viking Bay attracts families for its old-fashioned funfair and swingboats, punch and judy shows and fireworks displays, while neighbouring Stone Bay has fantastic rock pools. Nearby Joss Bay has some of the best waves in the area, with its own surf school and kayaks for hire.
The Hideaway is situated in the heart of Broadstairs' historic centre, amidst flint-walled houses dating from the 18th century and earlier, and is no more than a couple of minutes' walk from two wonderfully sandy beaches and a diverse mix of restaurants, bars, pubs, cafes, ice cream parlours, shops and museums. You won't need to use your car once you've arrived. Why not hire a beach hut for your stay? Telephone 01843 296111 for more details on daily or weekly hire.
When you're ready to leave the beach, Broadstairs offers many other attractions - the Palace Cinema, one of England's smallest with just 112 seats, mini golf, Helter Skelter, an indoor play centre for children under 8, Morelli's, an original 1950's ice cream parlour and many independent and quirky shops.
Older children will love Revolution, an indoor skatepark for skateboards, rollerblades and BMX. Why not learn about Charles Dickens' love of Broadstairs at the Dickens House museum? Westwood Cross retail park offers great shopping with stores such as TKMaxx, Debenhams, Monsoon, HMV, TopShop and Marks and Spencer, a multiplex cinema, casino and restaurants.
We love festivals here - Broadstairs' folk festival takes place in August each year, the town comes alive with folk music in every bar and morris dancers on every corner. Find out more at www.broadstairsfolkweek.org.uk
Broadstairs fourth annual food festival will take place in October 2012 and is a showcase for the best that Kent has to offer, with demonstrations by renowned local chefs, free tastings and stalls by local producers. We also host an annual Dickens festival each June celebrating Broadstairs' most famous visitor, with a water gala during the summer holidays.
Walk to Ramsgate along the coastal path to visit England's only Royal Harbour, with great waterfront bars, restaurants and cafes, or walk the Pugin trail to explore the venerated architect's work. The Turner Contemporary art gallery is now open on Margate's seafront with exhibitions by JMW Turner and Tracey Emin during 2012. Margate's Old Town is quickly becoming a mecca for fans of vintage and retro clothes, furniture, contemporary design and cupcakes, with independent shops opening all the time! Cycle the Viking Trail from Minnis Bay to Pegwell Bay to explore our unspoilt coastline and nature reserves.
Find out more about what Broadstairs has to offer at www.visitthanet.co.uk
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23 Feb 2015
"Home from home"
Lovely house, had everything you could possibility need for a hassle free stay. Within walking distance to the beach, restaurants and shops so we had no need to use the car. Would definitely stay again.
8 Jan 2015
"Christmas at the Hideaway"
This was our first Christmas together and the Hideaway was the perfect spot. The house was gorgeous and in great condition. The kitchen and main floor are a lovely space and we had everything we needed to make a full Christmas dinner. Clare was kind enough to decorate the house for us so we even had a tree! The location was fantastic. On a quiet street with friendly neighbors. Close to some great pubs. We went to the Neptune for a drink on Christmas day. Its also a 5 minute walk from the seaside where we watched some brave Christmas day surfers. We were sad to leave and are looking forward to coming back.
26 Nov 2014
"Cute anc cosy"
This was a cosy spilt level flat with lovely bedrooms, great for kids (especially the play station!) and very useful location. We managed to park outside and didn't really move the car until we left. My little one was unwell whilst we were there but he still wanted to go back to the holiday let (as opposed to home!) which was very surprising and testament to the cosiness of the flat!
17 Aug 2014
We spent a week at The Hideaway; myself, my Mum and my 7 year old daughter - our first time in Broadstairs. The accommodation is very nice and the location is excellent - just a couple of minutes' walk from shops, restaurants, the beach and the amusement arcade :) Two downsides: unfortunately we did not, in the whole week, manage to park in the road outside the terrace, and therefore had to pay £7 per day to park in the adjacent car park :( Also there is zero mobile hone reception in the property. Clare was really helpful when there was a problem with the TVs - popping straight round even though it was the day before her own holiday! The beds are super comfy!! Recommend Aqua 43 for great food and Westwood Cross for great shopping :)
4 Jun 2014
"A wonderful stay!"
We stayed here in February this year and it was lovely. It was close to all amenities, the property was immaculate and very thoughtfully equipped. The owner had thought of absolutely everything - a real home from home! Would definitely recommend!
22 May 2014
"Perfectly placed for a relaxing break."
The Hideaway is an excellently presented cottage in a quiet location yet is only a couple of minutes away from Viking Bay.Clare kept us well informed before our arrival and was available during our stay if needed.The accommodation was clean, well presented and welcoming. Although it was only the two of us everything was there for a family with children of any age. We were very lucky with the weather and we can honestly say our weekend break was a real refresher, just not long enough ! We'd happily book The Hideaway again and would thoroughly recommend it to anyone.Many Thanks !
12 May 2014
"Lovely child friendly holiday home"
Just arrived back from a lovely long weekend at the hideaway. The house was lovely. It was set in a perfect location to explore Broad stairs. With beach being just a couple of minutes away by foot. The house was clean and well laid out as well as being very well equipped ( I arrived with toys, books, kids cups, towels etc only to find I needed none of them something we have never come across before when renting holiday homes. Our 4 and 6 year loved the toy chest, wide selection of DVD, books and the games pile. Lucy even had to have a go on the games console. The kids also loved running around in the garden. The house has lots of storage really well laid out bedrooms a well equipped kitchen with Dishwasher and washing machine. Tea towels, towels etc were all provided. There was everything a young family could need. Booking was made really easy by Claire. Claire also sent us a information pack about Broad stairs restaurants, things for kids etc which was really helpful, We managed to leave some clothes behind and Claire even sorted that out for us. We managed to park outside the house most days. The one day we could not we found lots of free parking in the street across the road. We would certainly love to return to the hideaway. Defiantly one for families. Broadstairs was lovely with fantastic beaches and lovely places to walk with the kids. Danny and lucy loved rock pooling exploring the caves and the ice cream parlor. Thanks Again Dave, Debbie, Danny and Lucy
7 May 2014
"Great alternative to a caravan holiday"
Lovely place with everything you could need. Nice quiet road so didn't have to worry about people disturbing the kids at night (usually a nuisance at holiday parks). Parking was a bit tight but fine if not wanting to take the car out everyday, but everything in Broadstairs is in easy walking distance so you don't need to! Only used the garden once but it was nice and well maintained. Only downside was the steps down to the front door but we left the pushchair in the car so we didn't have to carry it down and they were useful for the keeping the kids from going out into the street!
14 Apr 2014
"Great value in a great place"
We are a family of four - children aged 11 and 9. The Hideaway was easily big enough for us all; the rooms are spacious and nicely done. The flat has all that you need and is well equipped. We did not really use the 'secret garden' but it was nice to know it was there. We had not been to Broadstairs before and had a great time - the Hideaway is very well located. There is plenty to do for all tastes. Clare was very helpful with all of the booking arrangements and everything was very easy.
26 Feb 2014
"Perfect in every way"
Very comfortable and extremely well appointed accommodation for 4 or even 5. Perfectly positioned in the centre of Broadstairs. Excellent value and the owners are a pleasure to deal with.
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