Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday home in Ramsgate - Home House Ramsgate
3 bedrooms, sleeps 6 comfortably, close to all amenities
Home House is a stylish house with historical plaque, retaining it's original Georgian features but with a few contemporary touches added. It is divided between 4 floors. In the light basement is the kitchen and dining area, with a door opening to a private courtyard garden. With a dining room table and 10 chairs this is a wonderfully spacious place for friends to eat and chat. We have a range cooker, a dishwasher, a huge fridge freezer, a washer dryer and a microwave oven. There is an IPOD dock with a digital radio. There are two sitting rooms. One small sitting room/vestibule and a larger main sitting room with a sofa bed. We have a flat screen TV and a DVD player, an alcove filled with games for all ages, plus a large library with books to appeal to all. We have a large family bathroom with WC, bath and shower. Also a very quirky little en-suite with second WC and wash basin off the master bedroom with kingsize bed. 2 more bedrooms on the top floor, one with a double bed and the other with full size twin beds. A large shower room can be accessed from either room on the top floor.
- non smoking only
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets considered
- Long-term Renters Welcome
We bought and restored Home House Ramsgate in 2009. We'd just had our first baby and fell in love with Ramsgate for it's sandy beach and seaside charm. We have since had another child and Home house Ramsgate has given us the opportunity to enjoy many wonderful holidays with family and friends. We love it and hope you will too.
We loved this house immediately for it's feel and character. A Georgian townhouse with plenty of space to fill with friends and family. The location is perfect as it's situated on a quiet road away from the hustle and bustle - yet only a few minutes away from the town centre and the marina/seafront. Home House Ramsgate is a gorgeous, unique house in a fantastic spot giving little (or tired!) legs the benefit of reaching the beach in several minutes. This proves to be a winner when forced to carry numerous buckets and spades of every shape and size!
We put an awful lot of thought into the restoration of this house. Leaving all original features yet building in things like our shower room on the top floor, using tiles made by our friend and acclaimed artist Rob Ryan. We also built a little quirky second WC/en-suite on the first floor. The paint used for the walls is Farrow and Ball as we felt the shades from their catalogue best suited this wonderful property, steeped in history. In 2011 we were delighted to be awarded a blue historical plaque from the Ramsgate Historical Society as Sir William Jordan, New Zealand High Commissioner, was born in the house.