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    Bay Tree COVID19 Temporary Closure Blog

    Like many businesses, we recently had to close The Bay Tree temporarily to all guests so that we can play our part in minimising any potential spread of the Corona Virus or, to use it’s proper name COVID 19 Prior to closure we had introduced several additional steps, such as providing hand sanitiser and wipes at our entrances and introducing even more thorough and regular cleaning, including wiping frequently touched surfaces such as door handles, throughout the day Whilst closed we have furloughed our core staff Alistair and Robert are still living on site with the dogs, Ben and Ptolemy Ptolemy in particular is growing quickly, both physically and in…

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    Ben and Ptolemy – The Bay Tree Bedlington’s Third Blog

    Ben and Ptolemy are now getting on a lot better and we are now confident taking them both down to the beach. We love letting them off their leads and letting them play with their balls at the same time! We are very fortunate to have a big sandy playground for them right below us! The Kent Coast being literally on our doorstep is such a treat for us and our guests too.    Here, Ptolemy is trying to gain Ben’s affections by washing his ear’s for him. They are wearing their coats as we were about to go out for a walk in light rain and they are not…

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    Ben and Ptolemy: The Bay Tree Bedlingtons’ Second Blog

    Here we are with blog two of the Bay Tree’s Bedlingtons; Ptolemy, on the left, and Ben. They are getting more used to each other…Ptolemy just wants to play! They will sometimes share food, although usually Ptolemy has high protein puppy food! Ptolemy fits in some of our jackets for brief walks along the Esplanade. It may be best at the moment with the January chill in the air.  On a day out he is very keen to get out of his sling to start exploring (he isn’t really allowed to yet until he’s had his second vaccine jab), here on the beach just before the Ramsgate road tunnel, where…

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    Ben and Ptolemy: The Bay Tree Bedlingtons’ First Blog

      Ben joined us on 31st December 2017. He is a rescue dog from Canterbury Dogs Trust and we think was 6 1/2  years old when we got him. All we know is that he was found on the streets of Fife, he was already trained and chipped and he was somewhat underweight and a bit shaggy when we got him. He had barely arrived at Dogs Trust and hadn’t even had his photo taken when we were asked if we wanted to meet him, he took us for a walk in the woods and chose us! As most of our guests know, he has since settled in very well…

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    Ben – The Bay Tree Bedlington Terrier

    This is Ben, our Bay Tree Bedlington Terrier… Ben is a rescue dog who we got nearly 4 years ago from Canterbury Dogs Trust. All we know of his history is that he was found wandering the the streets of Fife. As this picture shows, he had far longer hair and was also quite underweight when we first arrived. Bedlington Terriers are from the Northumberland mining town of Bedlington and were bred to hunt vermin. They do not shed hair and are hypoallergenic. Bedlingtons are very good swimmers and Ben likes nothing more than chasing his ball on the beach and fetching it from the sea! Ben loves making friends…

  • Local Attractions

    Autumn at The Bay Tree

    As Summer becomes Autumn, there are still a lot of very pleasant activities that Broadstairs and its surrounding areas have to offer. Autumn is a stunning time of year…watching the leaves change colour and seeing beautiful colours everywhere is just one of the wonderful things about this special season. Taking a walk, enjoying some sea air and appreciating our scenery and coastline is something that is enjoyable all year round.  If you are looking for some walking routes to enjoy in the local area, here are our top picks (including Ben’s of course): Stone Bay; directly below The Bay Tree can look gorgeous at sunset This path (don’t go down…

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    Bay Tree, Broadstairs Website Launch

    We are very proud to say after a lot of hard work, the Bay Tree, Broadstairs website, online booking system and blog went live on 9th July 2015. The site which has been developed by local Broadstairs firm, Broadbiz Web Services has an online room booking facility and blog.

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