Bay Tree Broadstairs Refurbishment Week 60

The Bay Tree Broadstairs is currently closed for a major refurbishment. Our restaurant and bar, available to all, will re-open for Christmas.

We would like to thank all of our guests for their patience – we will be open as soon as we can and we’re sure it’ll be worth the wait!

Our new sign has now been placed outside!

The original floorboards in our sea-view restaurant have been stripped and sealed ready to be varnished.

Our granite bar top has been fitted and bespoke shelves, which will match the library bookshelves, have been made.


Our balcony sea view room has now started to receive its special wallpaper.


We couldn’t resist showing the view from our balcony sea view room, especially now our new sign is outside!

We have begun dressing some of the rooms, this one also featuring an original fireplace.

We love the new headboard for this room. To the right, the ‘Juliet’ balcony can be seen, which allows for a glimpse of the sea over Stone Bay.

Room 9, Yew, has a triple-aspect window overlooking Stone Bay.

This room also has a ‘Juliet’ balcony allowing for additional sea-views.

This is part of the bathroom of Room 7. We have been able to reveal a hidden room behind the original bathroom, allowing for the new, larger windows above the bath. We have also been able to excavate into the original chimney breast to create a shower area (to the left of the sink).

In Room 4, Rowan, we have been laying out some of our headboards as we get the next set of rooms ready.

Alistair has been practising our Christmas menu.


This vegetarian chilli is likely to go on our bar menu: perfect in the winter after a day on Stone Bay!

We have also found time to relax and enjoy beautiful, historic Canterbury, just a short drive or train journey from Broadstairs.

 

 

 

3 thoughts on “Bay Tree Broadstairs Refurbishment Week 60

  1. All looking great. Bit worried about the bedhead in Rowan – is this allocated for us or will we be having another room! Love the furniture – all seems to fit in. Perhaps modern granite doesn’t stain. Remember being in the Algarve 20 years ago when we were in a house with two kitchens both with granite worktops which had stained. I think citrus was the problem. I guess by now they will have sorted this problems out. I hadn’t realised that Canterbury was so close – though we might have lived there once. Looking forward to our visit.

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