Holiday cottages Broadstairs on the coast of Kent
Holiday lettings Broadstairs are in the perfect location for enjoying the county of Kent, as well as being just 130 kilometers away from nation's capital. If you're looking for a beach holiday, you might want to consider a Broadstairs holiday cottage near one of its seven Bays of golden sand, most notably Kingsgate Bay, where majestic views of the White Cliffs can be found, an iconic and evocative symbol of the area, which can also be seen in the equally beautiful nearby towns of Deal, as well as Sandwich.
Broadstairs holiday cottages-following in the footsteps of a genius
Viking Bay is one of the main tourist attractions in Broadstairs, and was loved by Dickens, who regularly visited the town between 1837 and 1859. Indeed, he wrote an affectionate piece on the town in which he tokened it "Our English Watering Place“. The Dickens House has been converted into a museum to commemorate the author's connection to this lovely town. The best time to book a Broadstairs holiday cottage may be the third week of June, when the annual Broadstairs Dickens festival is held. This week long event is guaranteed to be great fun: locals dress up in Victorian clothes, events and talks are held, and a variety of Dickens-related entertainment is shown. Aside from the beaches and the Dickens history, Broadstars has many attractions to be enjoyed. The Crampton Tower Museum is not only a nice piece of architecture, but also a small museum with a fascinating history. If you are staying in a Broadstiars holiday cottage as part of a family holiday with your kids, or want to let out the playful child inside you, have fun at Lillyputt Minigolf. A Broadstairs holiday home is the best way to have a beach holiday with a difference and experience all that the town has to offer.