Bay Tree Broadstairs Refurbishment Week 28

The Bay Tree Broadstairs is currently closed for a major refurbishment and will re-open in July 2017.

We are still reachable on 01843 862502 and at enquiries@baytreebroadstairs.co.uk

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Ben has been busy chairing our latest monthly review meeting on our refurbishment progress

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This is the sea view guests will get from our ‘Juliet’ balcony windows in Rooms 8 and 9, Alder and Yew

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This is the view from the same windows looking south towards Viking Bay

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In Room 7, Walnut, the space within our ensuite bathroom window for the bath to sit in the window (the window will be obscure) is nearing completion

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Room 7’s bathroom window can be seen on the left in this picture of the rear of The Bay Tree

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We are almost ready for the tiles we will be using in our bathrooms – these (on the bottom of the picture) will go on the walls and we’re choosing the correct shade of tile grouting

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The lower wood-effect ceramic tiles will go on all our bathroom and wet-room floors.
They have an R11 anti-slip rating so there is no danger of anyone slipping on them

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Ben, here in one of our garages we are using for storage, has been helping sort through some picture frames we will be using to display some exciting artwork which will be on display in The Bay Tree

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Ben (just visible in the corner of this picture) has also been helping us find some more comfy armchairs – although these ones we’re keeping for the owners lounge!

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We’ve been looking at more carpet choices for our sea view lounge and library

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Ben is keeping a close eye on what our builders are doing

However, Ben is also finding time to swim in Dumpton Gap (the beach on the other side of Viking Bay, which can be seen in the distance towards the end of this video)
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Viking Bay, as seen from the cliffs above Dumpton Gap
We think you can see why we love Broadstairs and think you’d love to visit here too!

 

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