About Broadstairs

Broadstairs is a small town on the Kent coast boasting two blue flag, sandy beaches, a host of bars, restaurants and cafes, interesting shops and lots to see and do.

There are many places to visit in Broadstairs and the Isle of Thanet. Here are some places we think are worth mentioning.

Beside the Seaside

The Blue Flag beach at Louisa Bay

There are two great sandy beaches within walking distance of our guest house. The main town beach is Viking Bay, this is the most popular and features some attractions for the children, beach shops and seasonal lifeguards. The second beach is in Louisa Bay and is quieter with a more rural feel and is perfect for long lazy days next to the sea.


The Dickens Museum

The Dickens House Museum, based on the Broadstairs seafront celebrates the association that Charles Dickens had with the town.


Lillyput Mini Golf

One of the most popular family attractions in Broadstairs. Lillyput mini golf is great fun for budding open champions everywhere.


Broadstairs Sailing Club

Founded in 1936, the sailing club offers training for all experience levels with social events running throughout the year.


Broadstairs Town Trail

This self guided tour around the town gives an insight into the History of Broadstairs, it’s buildings and people.