Stylish and Spacious
Bleak House has been lovingly restored by it’s owners and offers luxury boutique bed and breakfast style accommodation for up to eight guests.
We have four sumptuous en-suite bedrooms with de-luxe bathrooms, a huge welcoming reception room and super totally enclosed private gardens.
The Charles Dickens suite, Charles Dickens original bedroom. This room has the bed often slept in by Queen Victoria which was originally in the Bull Hotel, Rochester. You have full use of Charles Dickens study where he wrote his famous novel 'David Copperfield'.
The fabulous Copperfield bridal suite featuring a luxury double bath and the best view in Broadstairs - overlooking Viking Bay.
There is also The Fagin superior room and Little Doritt classic double room.
All rooms have mini-fridges and there is free wi-fi.
Sea views of Viking Bay and the English Channel - this was taken from the Copperfield suite.
Breakfast is Served...
Fresh juices, speciality teas, fresh coffee, yoghurts, cereals, fresh fruits and a full English Breakfast of organic local sausages, bacon, free range eggs, mushrooms, vine tomatoes, toast jams and pastries.
Sunday Lunches on Special Occasions
Traditional home-cooked Sunday roast are available all made from locally sourced produce and meats.
Fours courses for only £19.95.
Traditional pubs and live music venues - Broadstairs is host to the UK's biggest and best folk music festival every August. Broadstairs Folk Week features top artists from all over the globe.
Sailing? Ramsgate Marina is only 10 minutes drive.
Swimming and relaxing on the beach - in summer the sea in Viking Bay is suprisingly warm. Golf - Royal St. Georges, Sandwich is only 20 mins by car.
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Or call Nicola - M: 07974 131375 or 01843 865338
Broadstairs is now more accessible than ever, being served by frequent High Speed Javelin trains that take just 79 minutes from London's St. Pancras station.
By car it's nearly all motorway and dual carriageway from London and the M25.
As Bleak House is an historic building, we therefore have only a small number of car parking spaces available. However, a secure public car park is only 3 minutes walk away.
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At present there is no wheelchair access.