from £85 /night help Price for guests, Nights
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Apartment / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 9 Home 248764
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Apartment / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 9
Accomodation for up to 7....
The Granville apartment was created in its current form 6 years ago. The previous ceilings already high - proved to be false, and were removed to allow the creation of a new mezanine level. The downstairs living areas feature double height original windows, offering glimpses of the sea, a mere 50 yards away.
The front door opens to a wide and easily accessible hallway with solid wooden floors and plenty of room to hang your bikes and coats.The living room offers a comfortable and spacious seating area, with seating for seven, and features an exposed brick wall and steel beams. TV, DVD and wi-fi access. At the end of the hallway is the downstairs wet room with large overhead shower. sink and toilet - ideal for the after beach wash and brush ups. Leading off the hallway is a large kitchen - dining area, which is open plan and fully equipped. A central island with breakfast bar and stools. houses gas hob and oak worktops with plenty of storage below. Dishwasher, washing machine, American style fridge freezer and everything laid out for easy access and efficient use. The social dining area accommodates 7 around the table, with additional seating by the window.
From the corner of the kitchen dining area, a spiral staircase takes you up to the master bedroom. This offers a double bed, bedside and dressing table. From the bedroom, a walk in wardrobe with shelving, hanging space plus storage, is accessed via a unique low level original arch. A door leads to a fully equipped en-suite bathroom boasting a deep double ended bath, black slate tiling, heated towel rail, sink and wc.
Adjacent to the Master is the second bedroom with interconnecting door, there are twin beds, chest of drawers and hanging rail. Through an arch in the second bedroom you will find bunk beds (perfect for the kids), wardrobe and shelving.
The apartment is spacious and provides ample rooms to make your stay comfortable, relaxing and enjoyable.
|Size||Sleeps up to 9, 3 bedrooms|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 En suites and 1 Shower rooms|
|Check in time:||15:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||Ramsgate Main Sands|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Manston 4 km, Nearest railway: Ramsgate 1 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Dining seats for 7, Lounge seats for 7|
|Access||Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Isle of Thanet region
Perfectly located for travel between England and France and only 1hour and 20minutes by train away from Central London, this part of the South East offers 26 miles coastline and 5 miles of sandy beaches surrounded by towering white chalk cliffs. What's more, there are a plethora of historical places of interest and attractions to explore all within a 30 - 45 minute drive of the property.
Heading out along the coast and in between Deal and Dover you will find the un spoilt area of St Margaret's at Cliffe and St Margaret's Bay. A National Trust coastal path leads from here to the iconic White Cliffs of Dover. Although a bit ambitious to fit all in one day, Walmer, Deal and Dover castle are all worthy of a visit! This area provides stunning views across the channel and on a clear day, France not too far on the horizon.
A short drive train ride or bus journey will take you to rural Kent and Canterbury. Visit one of Englands oldest cathedrals, Canterbury Cathedral with its medieval windows and gothic style towers dominating the City Centre. There are guided walking tours , ghost trails, riverboat trips or for a bit of retail therapy & lunch an offering of shops, restaurants & cafes.
Golfers will be spoilt for choice with access to some of Britain's finest link golf courses, nearby Sandwich & Deal are home to Princes, Royal Cinque Ports and Royal St George's golf courses, and in Broadstairs, North Foreland. If you have left the clubs at home or those who want to play on a bit more of an informal basis, Manston Golf Centre offers affordable pay and play sessions.
With far reaching beautiful and vast landscape, countryside and coast, nature trails and woodland, you wont be short of things to do in this part of the world!
East Cliff, Ramsgate
Bequeathed the title of England's only Royal Harbour in 1821 by George IV and frequented by Royals and Gentry alike, these days our seaside town is experiencing a revival and being enjoyed by the many who appreciate its natural beauty, tranquility and architectural delights.
A short walk along the seafront (steps or ramp access) towards the town centre you will happen upon 'the Great Wall of Ramsgate' where local artists young and old have transformed hoarding into a bright mix of individual art work. By the Marina and in Town Centre you will find a variety of independent shops and galleries, stocking local arts and craft products and quirky gifts. Vintage Bric and Brac can be found under the Arches by the marina on weekends. Throughout town there are a many cafes, restaurants & bars in which you can sample local Kent produce. Entertainment is plentiful and the town comes alive on weekends with musicians touting their talents in local off beat bars and pubs.
Nature lovers, walkers and cyclists have many paths to follow, locally continue on from town towards Westcliff this part of the Viking Coastal Trail will lead to Pegwell Bay (approximately 7km). Pegwell Bay is part of Kent's largest National Nature Reserve and the unprotected sea cliffs and reserve are of great geological interest, habitat to marine life, winter migrating birds and wildlife. Accessed by car Samphire Country Park in Dover & Folkestone provides a thriving ground for wildlife and tremendous views of the Channel from the top of the cliffs. On the way to Deal, Fowlmead Country Park has a playground for the kids and a (3.5km) road track set amidst panoramic views to the coast – bikes for hire and perfect for a fun family ride. Mountain bikers can take the off-road trails embarking on grassy slopes & short sharp climbs. Kids (and adults) can ride the BMX track for a small fee otherwise everything save for the cafe and bike hire comes free! A full active day out !
At low tide walk the coastline to traditional Broadstairs. Browse the independent shops, stroll the promenade and explore the wonderful 7 Bays, where kids can scour the rock pools and discover the caves, haunting grounds to days long gone, smugglers. Head back to town to spend your pennies in the amusement arcade, enjoy an ice cream at the Ice-cream Parlor, or lunch in one of the restaurants cafes or pubs.
Starting from spring, boat trips from Ramsgate pick up for trips to Goodwin Sands, ideal for a special event or party, play a game of cricket or for the more adventurous kite surfing. The many sheltered bays, flat water and constant winds are perfect conditions for kite surfers. Ride Kite Surfing School operates courses from May to October (the latest depending on the chill!!), take a one day taster or undertake a certfied course, if you are really serious 1 to 1 lessons are available. Surf schools in Viking Bay and Joss Bay, hire out equipment and give lessons in paddleboard riding, kayaking, surfing or body boarding. Or sail away from Ramsgate Marina for a day trip out sea fishing or relaxing!
Don't forget a day trip to Margate a 15-minute drive away or short train or bus ride, to see the latest Turner Gallery Exhibition. Old Town Margate has been given a new lease of life with an eclectic mix of shops, galleries, bric & brac, antiques and off course a number of cafes serving up the local cuisine.
Whether it's a beach holiday or a stormy weekend getaway, whatever the occasion, there is bound to be something on offer to make your stay more enjoyable. If you have a particular interest, let us know and we will try and help you find the right activity!
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23 May 2013
"fantastic flat, great location"
We had a fantastic long weekend. the flat has everything you need for a short break, facilities and amenities are perfect and the location is great, just 3 minutes to the sandy beach!
Thank you, pleased you and your family had a great stay we hope to see you again!