Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday home in Broadstairs - Historic flint cottage with private walled garden, in conservation area. Quiet yet central location.
Sleeps 4. 2 bedroom cottage with garden. Bleak House Lodge is a traditional kentish flint cottage, over two hundred years old. In the heart of Broadstairs a few moments walk from the beaches. It is the original lodge for Bleak House, made famous by Charles Dickens. The living room and dining room both have open fires. A separate kitchen has a built in dishwasher and w/m. There are two bathrooms, one en suite. The beautiful south west facing walled garden has a dinning area and barbecue.
Bleak House Lodge was built in 1801 as the lodge house for Bleak House, made famous in the novel of the same name by Charles Dickens. Located in a quite street in the heart of Broadstairs, the cottage is just a few moments walk from both Viking Bay and Stone Bay, as well as the many restaurants, cafes and bars the town has to offer. The property has been sympathetically renovated in 2014. It has stripped wooden floors and cast iron radiators. Where possible original features have been maintained, creating an authentic period atmosphere. There are separate living and dining rooms, both with open fires. Two bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room. And a beautiful south facing walled garden and terrace with table, chairs and a barbecue. The living room has a smart TV and wifi is available throughout the property. The house is suitable for small children as the staircase leading from the dining room has a door. A travel cots and a high chair are available for use. There is also a small box of toys for younger children.
- children welcome
The property has been newly renovated in 2014. There is ample free parking in the neighbouring streets.
A 50% deposit must be made when booking the property and full payment made within 6 weeks of arrival.
A further 30% security deposit against damage will be taken, and repaid within a week of departure.