Spectacular location, with wonderful staff and delicious food. The rooms could be a bit more modern and spacious (get a sea view at all costs). Add a fridge to the room. But other than that, wonderful place and we will stay again
Great trip to Broadstairs. Accomodation is fantastic but bunk beds are really only suitable for children under 11. Other than that great service, assistance and amazing coffee shop next door.
Hosts were very helpful and accommodating. Location to city centre in Broadstairs, restaurants and seafront was excellent.
I am vegetarian so this suited me. Neale and Julie went out of their way to make me feel welcome.
Definitely recommend staying at the guest house the owners were very welcoming, the room was lovely, clean and spacious with great facilities. The breakfast was very nice, we will be back to stay again soon. Thank you
We stayed 5 days in this very well decorated apartment. The location is perfect, near the sea front and a few steps from shops and restaurants. The equipment of the kitchen is fine for 4 people and ready to use (clean and handy). The bathroom is quite big so it’s convenient with kids. The bedroom ...
Dickens House Museum is a great place to while away a day.
To experience it, head to Broadstairs.
Are you searching for somewhere to stay a short commute from Dickens House Museum? Select from a minimum of 6 accommodation options within 2 miles. One of the most well-known hotels is the Broadstairs House, just 0.3 miles away. Two more great options are the Royal Albion Hotel, 0.1 miles away, and the Copperfields Vegetarian Guest House, only 0.1 miles away.
If your family is traveling on a shoestring, you'll find a few suitable hotel options in the vicinity. You can't look past the Royal Harbour Hotel or the Westbrook Lodge Guest House for comfort at a good price.
Can't live without the more luxurious things in life? Then treat yourself to one of the upmarket accommodations situated just a short commute away. Check out the Hussar Hotel and the Albion House for superb amenities.
Enjoy a caffeine hit and indulge your sweet tooth at Costa Coffee. Within an easy walk of Dickens House Museum, it's the perfect place to take a break from all that sightseeing. For a complete meal, The Charles Dickens is a dining spot that travelers frequently go to. You'll want to get the night started at Royal Albion Hotel, one of this neighborhood's most bustling bars.
A hassle-free way to get to and from Dickens House Museum is to take the train. Broadstairs is 0.4 miles away, so you can walk from the terminal to the sight in no time.