A peninsula fringed by chalk cliffs, the Isle of Thanet is so-called because a waterway once separated it from the English mainland. Its harbour towns Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate each have their own distinctive character. With a mix of 18th and 19th century architecture and traditional seaside charm, they’ve inspired countless writers and artists.
Broadstairs, Margate & Ramsgate are all great places to visit at any time of year, with excellent beaches, cliff-top walks, harbours, restaurants, shops and museums During half term why not try one of the following activities The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Theatre Royal Margate, 2pm, 13th February A brand new adaptation of a timeless tale, especially for
One of our favourite areas to walk with Ben, our Bedlington Poodle, is on the cliffs at nearby St Margarets at Cliffe, with stunning views across the English Channel and over the dramatic cliffs Channel swimmers and submarine telephone cables start from St Margaret’s Bay. At the north end of the bay is Leathercote Point