Broadstairs Beach (Broadstairs) Reviews
Description:The beach at Broadstairs in Kent.
Newest Review: ... Bleak House. It had sea shells stuck to the wall which the kids found very appealing to touch, and it is apparently from my research where Charles Dickens stayed when he was writing David Copperfield. Carrying on down towards the beach, there were other links in the names of the hotels and bars to Dickens. Apparently there is also usually a performance of some of his work in the area during ... more
Customer Broadstairs Beach (Broadstairs) Reviews (1)
by - written on 27/08/11 (Very useful, 100 readings)
We regularly holiday in Kent as we are lucky enough to be able to use a family member's property to stay in, so for the past 5 years we have regularly visited the area and tried out different places that take our fancy. On our most frequent visit, we were wanting to visit a sandy beach with the kids, and we were recommended a visit to Broadstairs because it has a lot of facilities. We had previously driven through the town of Broadstairs, and had been reminded very much of York with the narrow streets we were driving along, and the age and appearance of some of the buildings. It didn't surprise me at all to find out that the area was actually very popular with ... Read the complete review
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