Sunlight-flooded 1-bed penthouse right on the sandy beaches of Margate, getting uninterrupted sea views from the lounge, diner, kitchen and even from the bedroom! Perfect for a romantic getaway, a creative break or just some 'me' time.
In the lounge there is a comfortable two-seater sofa facing a large window with uninterrupted sea views. When the sun had gone down you can relax in front of the telly which is a 42" Sony Bravia with Roku smart card and access to Netflix included in the rental price. High-speed Sky wireless internet access provided free of charge.
Kitchen: Open-plan, fully equipped for all your cooking needs. Under countertop fridge (small ice-cube tray freezer), cooker and electric hob, extractor fan. Nespresso coffee machine (what else?) with FREE coffee for your entire stay. Kettle, toaster, tea pot. FREE tea bags, salt and pepper, spices, cooking oil, olive oil and balsamic vinegar. All washing liquid, sponges and cleaning materials provided.
Diner: one of the best features of the flat is the turret dining area which is open plan from the lounge. An elegant Pier round table and chairs sitting 4. All crockery and cutlery provided, including egg cups and a wine decanter!
Bedroom: a double bed (with more sea views!) with all bed linen provided. Bed-side tables and lamps, and a spacious wardrobe for all your holiday outfits.
Bathroom: en-suite with bath tub, shower over the head, toilet and sink. Egyptian cotton fluffy white towels provided, as well as toiletries and cleaning products.
This is a self-contained one-bedroom apartment with en-suite bathroom, all for your exclusive enjoyment!
Margate - courtesy of Visit Thanet
These days, Margate fizzes with artistic energy. To traditional, holiday-town charms, add a world-class art gallery. To sandy beaches and sparkling bays, add a cool café culture and tempting retro shops. Margate is in the midst of a cultural renaissance. It's exciting, it's energising and you're invited to take part.
The internationally-acclaimed Turner Contemporary leads the creative charge, brilliantly showcasing historical and ultra-modern work. It's already brought together pieces by JMW Turner, so famously inspired by Margate's stunning seascapes, and avant-garde local artist Tracey Emin.
Margate's Old Town rejoices in a funky vibe. Here chic eateries, galleries, vintage shops and chilled-out cafes rub shoulders with traditional seaside delights: candyfloss stands; fish and chip shops; seafood stalls. The reinvigorated Harbour Arm is now home to artists' studios, gallery and stylish spots to eat and drink.
Just 5 minutes from the Old Town you will find emporiums of everything antique, old fashioned and unusual at RG Scott's Furniture Market and Junk Deluxe
The regeneration continues with the revival of Dreamland being creatively led by multi-award winning designer, Wayne Hemingway MBE. Look out for a tantalising programme of events leading up to the opening of 'The UK's original Pleasure Park' with historic rides, classic side shows, eateries and evocative spaces set within a landscape ideal for hosting themed festivals and special events.
From family-holiday nostalgia, to historic sights, Margate's rich history is everywhere. Rediscover childhood toys in the Hornby Visitor Centre. Explore the Shell Grotto's subterranean, shell-lined passages. Tackle the challenging, 18-hole Strokes Adventure Golf or try your hand at paddleboarding with Kent Surf School
For more than 100-years Margate's Winter Gardens have drawn big-name acts, from the Beatles to the Kaiser Chiefs. The town's Theatre Royal is the second-oldest in the country, while the Tom Thumb Theatre is one of the smallest theatres in the world.
Margate's annual jazz festival attracts top bands, setting toes tapping all over the Old Town. The Margate Masters draws Britain's best beach volleyball teams each summer, while August brings an explosion of colour and sound, as Margate's vibrant, annual carnival procession snakes through the town over Margate Soul Weekend.
Searenity is within a very short walk from Margate Train station, with its excellent high-speed connections to London St Pancras (1.5 hours), Ashford International, Dover Priory. By car: easy access from the M2, unrestricted on-street parking in front of the property.
There are many lovely places to explore nearby, best to rent a bike and follow the Viking Trail. Maps, local guides event information at the property.
Other Things to Note
Please note the apartment is on the second (top) floor of a period Victorian building and therefore there is no lift.
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