Stone Bay (Broadstairs) Reviews
Description:A beautiful sandy beach near Broadstairs, Kent, England.
Newest Review: ... of steps and another a pram/wheelchair ramp on the other side, there is an ice-cream van stationed on top here and the ramp lets in vehicals associated with trailers carrying boats and of owners of the deck-houses. Just below the wall sits a row of those wooden shed-like beach-houses/sheds and from one of these you can rent the usual deck-supplies at reasonable too...or even rent one of ... more
Customer Stone Bay (Broadstairs) Reviews (1)
by - written on 24/05/09, updated on 24/05/09 (Very useful, 947 readings)
A month back I intended to take my little one to Broadstairs beach but finding the tiny parking-space completely filled I tried parking a bit further afield and accidentally sumbled across Stone Bay some 750 or so yards away. **About the Beach** ~Location ~ Eastern Esplanade, Broadstairs , Kent. Situated within 10 min walking distance from the Broadstairs town-centre , which has a train station.. This bay is sandwiched between Viking Bay and Broadstairs beach . Broadstairs can be reached through M2 and is about 76miles from Central London by road . ~Beach itself~ This is a lovely 200 metres ... Read the complete review
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