Broadstairs (Kent) Reviews
Newest Review: ... is a good variety of cuisine although i thought there were rather more italian restaurants that any other. The town is quite small but has a good variety of shops my particular favourite is a sweet shop full of the old style jars where they sell 100g of any sweet including things like chewing nuts, peanut brittle wine gums tom thumb drops etc, I was in this shop for quite some time trying to choose!! There is a lovely sandy beach with a small mooring area for little boats but there is plenty of room for having a swim or just sitting on the beach enjoying the view!! The beach is also maned by a lifeguard during the summer months. There ar... more
Customer Broadstairs (Kent) Reviews (2)
by - written on 12/06/09 (Somewhat useful, 154 readings)
This is a lovely seaside town in Thanet there is quite a lot to do in such a small town. There are lots of lovely restaurants ontop of the cliffs above the beach which have beautiful views looking out onto the sea. There is a good variety of cuisine although i thought there were rather more italian restaurants that any other. The town is quite small but has a good variety of shops my particular favourite is a sweet shop full of the old style jars where they sell 100g of any sweet including things like chewing nuts, peanut brittle wine gums tom thumb drops etc, I was in this shop for quite some time trying to choose!! There is a lovely sandy beach with a small mooring ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/03, updated on 18/01/03 (Very useful, 1853 readings)
Broadstairs is a very quiet and small town located in the South-East of England. It is situated in Kent and the local council are named 'Broadstairs and St Peters'. It is often a place that gets missed by people visiting the other local towns such as Margate, Ramsgat, Minster, Birchington, Monkton and Sarre. There are many ways to get to Broadstairs, and if they enlarged Manston Airport, then you might even be able to fly there from your home airport. To get there by road from London, you simply take the A2, M2 and then A299 (Thanet Way). You can get there by train from Victoria Station, and by coach also from Victoria. The town is very appealing to ... Read the complete review
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