Number 3 Rectory Cottage
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Cottage | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8
This beautiful early Victorian cottage has sea views and has recently been renovated to a very high standard.
Spread over three floors the cottage is situated 2 minutes walk from the main beaches, bars and restaurants and 5 minutes walk into the historical and beautiful town of Broadstairs.
The property boasts many of its original period features as well as being fully modernised this year and decorated to a high standard. Cast iron multi fuel burning stove in the living room for cosy nights by the fire. There are 4 bedrooms in total on the 1st and 2nd floors, a family bathroom, down stairs toilet and an en-suite to the master bedroom which has sea views.
The cottage can sleep 8 plus there is a travel cot for an infant if needed.
House trained and well behaved dogs are welcome, but with limitations, so please inquire before booking. A stair gate is available as dogs are only allowed down stairs.
Master bedroom - with en-suite and kingsize bed
Bedroom 2 - double bed
Bedroom 3 - double bed
Bedroom 4 - double bed
Open plan lounge with wood burning stove
Cot for age up to 3
Modern newly fully fitted kitchen with all integral appliances
(Although towels are provided please bring spare towels with you for use on the beach or elsewhere outside the cottage)
A £200 cash deposit is required on arrival and will be returned on departure
The cottage has a newly fully fitted modern kitchen, with all new appliances incorporating an open plan dining area and lounge. The bathrooms are tiled in exquisite natural polished marble giving a feeling of luxury, this resonates throughout the décor of the house. There is a new wood burning stove, but fuel is not provided for it.
There is a small, sunny pebbled courtyard and seating area to the rear of the property and a flowered and grassed area at the front of the property.
Although there is no parking with the house there are plenty of places in the vicinity to park very close to the house. You won't need your car once here, as everything you need is so close.
This cottage has everything you could possibly need for a wonderful holiday. It is quietly situated yet so close to restaurants, cafes, fish and chip cafes and quaint shops. It is also close to the most famous pubs in Broadstairs. Tesco and Iceland stores and top quality butchers and bakers are a few minutes walk away. The beaches, the promenade and the attractions are all close by..
Take walks and bike rides round the coves and sandy beaches of Broadstairs and discover our historical town with links to Lord Nelson and Charles Dickens.
You can explore the many pubs and restaurants on foot in Broadstairs (around 20 pubs). Less than 10 minutes drive away is Ramsgate with its pretty Royal Harbour. Margate, 10 minutes drive away offers the new Turner Contemporary Art Gallery and sandy beaches. Westwood Cross, a retail and entertainment complex is also a 10 minute drive away, and Canterbury is a great day out, with its historic cathedral, the many beautiful quirky buildings and an abundance of shops and cafes and is about 15 miles drive. Sandwich, a beautiful unspoiled historical town is about 20 minutes drive away and worth a visit. There is always plenty to do no matter what our English weather throws at us.
There is a delightfully quaint cinema in Broadstairs (Palace cinema) that shows a couple of films a day, but if you require more choice there is a cinema complex up at Westwood Cross, as well as a casino and bingo hall, shops restaurants and bars.
North Foreland Golf Club is about a 20 minute walk away and Sandwich Golf Course is 20 minutes drive.
We have great rail links from London, the cottage is only a 15 minute walk from the station. Taxi's are easily available at anytime.
Driving from the London area using the M2 head towards Canterbury and then Ramsgate followed by Broadstairs. From the London area using the M20 head towards Dover and then Ramsgate and then Broadstairs. Further directions to the cottage will be provided if needed.
*****PLEASE NOTE *****
A £200 CASH deposit is required upon arrival and re-payable on departure.
House trained pets are welcome but limitations apply so please inquire before booking. An extra £100 deposit needed but refundable on departure.
ALL damagesare to be paid for.
Towels are for in house use only please bring your OWN beach towels.
The prices are as stated on here. Any discounts will clearly be shown on here. The only discounts that I am happy to discuss that are not advertised, are for 2 week or longer bookings and in this case please call me or email me for a price.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Viking bay Broadstairs 200 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: London airports 140 km, Nearest railway: Broadstairs 1 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
About this location
The Isle of Thanet region
With fast rail links to Ashford International and Ebbsfleet International, Europe is easily reached on Eurostar. The port of Dover is only 30 minutes drive away where you can hop on a ferry to France, and in March 2010 a new ferry service between Ramsgate and Boulogne is scheduled to start, making lunch in France a real possibility. Don't forget your passport! Historic Canterbury is only a 30 minute drive away, with it's spectacular cathedral, city walls, restaurants, shops and parks. You can take a boat trip on the river to see the sights from a different perspective. Step back in time at one of our nearby castles - Dover, Deal, Walmer, Leeds and Rochester Castles are all easily reached by car in under an hour. Kent is the Garden of England and our extensive coastline boasts an array of blue flag award winning beaches and thrilling watersports. Explore our beautiful countryside, discover country lanes, orchards, vineyards and oast houses. England's oldest county is up to the minute though, with leading edge galleries, theatre and entertaining night life giving you so many things to do. Kent boasts outstanding golf clubs, including the famous St Georges at Sandwich.
A stroll around Broadstairs is a journey of discovery with a lovely surprise around every corner. Our most famous resident was Charles Dickens who spent much time here, writing many of his classic novels here. Visit the Dickens Museum and watch out for costumed characters during our annual Dickens Week (June)! Walk around the Thanet coastline to explore our beautiful beaches and bays, each with its own character. Broadstairs' main beach is the unspoilt Viking Bay, no more than a minutes walk away from Sunshine Villa, where you can still see much of Broadstairs' Victorian heritage. Viking bay has a small harbour with cafes and giftshops, with plenty of rockpools for crabbing and exploring. An old fashioned beach funfair complete with helter skelter and swingboats, and a traditional punch and judy show twice a day in high season means that there's plenty to keep everyone entertained. The Pavilion offers beachside drinks and lunches and you don't have to walk far to find fish and chips to eat on the beach! Joss Bay is more rural and offers great surfing opportunities (check out Joss Bay Surf School), whilst Botany Bay is quieter and more secluded and can feel a million miles from anywhere - absolute bliss when you want to laze around and recharge your batteries. Drive south to Pegwell Bay Nature Reserve for birdwatching and wild ponies. Although Broadstairs has kept much of its old fashioned charm and tranquility, we have a vibrant calendar of events ranging from the annual Dickens Festival (June), Water Gala (July) and Folk Week (Aug) to a great free summer entertainment programme with a weekly firework display during the school summer holidays. Broadstairs also hosts its own annual Food Festival in October, featuring local producers and restaurants, with free tastings and cookery demonstrations by top chefs. For full details go to www.broadstairsfoodfestival.org There are a mouth-watering number of restaurants, bistros, cafes and pubs to choose from - you could eat your way around the world. Visit Ramsgate's Royal Harbour for a taste of the Mediterranean (on a sunny day!), to take out a boat for seal watching or sea fishing, or just to watch the boats from its many cafes and bars. Ramsgate and Margate host their own annual festivals and events - go to www.visitthanet.co.uk for more inspiration. For more activities for children go to www.thanetkids.co.uk
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20 Mar 2015
House was in great location, close to beach shops and pub/restaurants. Great size with 4 big bedrooms, perfect for larger groups/families and couples as all double beds. Kitchen well equipped with eve… More
16 Mar 2015
"Ok location awful parking"
Broadstairs location so nice and easy to walk Into town.The Parking even out of season was absolutely awful we had to park two roads up most of the time. The House was nice however wasn't cleaned to a… More
Half of the deposit was offered back to these guests due to damaged items and many smaller items missing. No charge is incurred for excessive extra cleaning. At the time they seemed very apologetic.
16 Mar 2015
Be careful when booking here. We left the house as we found it but were told we wouldn't get our £200 refundable deposit back as a towel and hangers were missing. Nothing was taken from the house and… More
27 Aug 2013
"Lovely house, close to the beach, perfect for families."
I stayed for a week with my daughters, two teenage grandchildren and two small grandchildren. We all had an excellent time. The house was perfect for all 7 of us. The owner has really thought of ev… More
20 Aug 2013
"Perfect Holiday base, beautifully decorated home."
We stayed here in August 2013, a perfect base for a car free holiday. Everything is on your doorstep, the kids loved Joss Bay! The accommodation is beautiful and is a real home from home. Thank you fo… More
12 Aug 2013
"Wonderful accommodation in a great location for a family holiday"
The service was first class, we received a warm, friendly welcome on our arrival at the accommodation. The cottage was decorated to a very high standard and had everything needed to ensure comfort and relaxation. It is located in a great position for several beaches and shops, restaurants etc., all within walking distance. An ideal location for a fabulous family holiday.
12 Aug 2013
"Fabulous location, everything you need for a relaxing holiday/break"
I stayed for a week and will definitely be returning. The house is well located, with all amenities. Spotless, and modern, couldn't ask for a nicer home environment. We had a wonderful holiday an… More
5 Aug 2013
What a beautiful cottage, fantastically equipped and luxuriously decorated. It had everything you could want for a perfect holiday. Situated right near the beach and town so no driving, we will be goi… More