Harbourlights Cottage is situated in the heart of Broadstairs. This attractive semi – detached property has 2 double bedrooms and can sleep up to 4 people.
Harbourlights Cottage is a centrally heated property, it has a pretty planted back garden that is secure and safe for children with a decking veranda and small lawn area – ideal for breakfasting in the sunshine. The cottage is situated just a few minutes walk from shops, sea front and beach.
We have attained the 4 Star rating by Quality in Tourism – who are the assessment/accreditation service for – VisitEngland.
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Broadstairs was voted by The Times newspaper as the number one Best Place to Live by the Sea in the UK! The town is nestled in between Margate and Ramsgate on the Isle of Thanet, it is arguably the prettiest town on this stretch of the East Kent coast. If you come to Broadstairs you will find yourself completely spoilt for choice for beaches. Not only does Broadstairs have the beautiful Viking Bay, which acts as the bay and beach that serve the town, it also has Kingsgate Bay, Joss Bay, Louisa Bay, Dumpton Gap, Stone Bay and Botany Bay.
Broadstairs is a coastal town that feels like a step back in time – we have a traditional butcher, greengrocer, an old fashioned sweet shop, an art deco cinema that seats 120 people, lots of cafes, fish and chip shops and excellent Italian, Greek, Indian, Chinese and English restaurants all of which are within easy walking distance. There are several farm shops, and if you want large supermarkets (Sainsbury’s, Asda, Tesco and Co-operative), more shops and multiplex cinema, they are available at Westwood Cross 2.5 miles away. Broadstairs has so much to offer from award winning restaurants / blue flag beach’s and Canterbury, a fantastic period city is within about 30 mins.
Kent Greeters and Greets Wanted
Kent Greeters are local volunteers who are passionate about the area they live in and want to share this with visitors to the area. Up to 6 visitors can book a free greet, which can range from an overview of an area to help visitors get their bearings, suggestions of places to see and things to do or local links to a particular theme, such as history and heritage. For further information please contact Denise Smith on 01304 206458 or visit the website at www.kentgreeters.co.uk