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Broadstairs Staycations

If you’re worried about being able to go on holiday this year, why not stay in the UK? Many people are finding the prospect of COVID testing for holidays abroad, not to mention the added expense, very stressful; but these aren’t necessary when staying in the UK. Broadstairs is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in the UK and is a lively seaside town.


Avoid all the confusion and added pressure and join us here at Broadstairs Apartments where we will provide you with the perfect luxury apartments to make your staycation the holiday of your dreams! Here is what you can expect when staying in Broadstairs in the coming weeks.

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With COVID rules constantly changing, many people are finding themselves stuck abroad, or being unable to leave the country in the first place. Rules on testing are confusing for many people and add a layer of stress to your holiday plans. The possibility of red, amber, and green list countries changing at any moment, potentially resulting in the need to quarantine is an added weight which can disrupt your well-earned time off.


To add to the quarantine conundrum, the testing process is difficult and costly. PCR and lateral flow tests are an extra cost on top of your holiday but if you go on a staycation then you wouldn’t need to be tested for the virus. If you want to be cautious on your UK travels, free testing kits can be ordered from the government website with delivery in a matter of days! A lot easier than dealing with these abroad affairs!

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Broadstairs has long been a popular holiday destination, it was a favourite of Charles Dickens who wrote affectionately about the town. The Dickens House Museum celebrates his long connection with the seaside town. This museum gives visitors the opportunity to see Dickens’s belongings and furniture. This includes letters written about Broadstairs and various other memorabilia from one of the UK’s most famous authors.


The Beaches of Broadstairs:


Viking Bay: This beach is truly the main attraction in Broadstairs. With a long sandy beach, and promenade this beach is guaranteed to be a beauty. There’s also the opportunity to try out surfing as the surf school is open from March till October, they offer a range of water sports and is great fun whether you’re a novice or are at one with the waves.


Joss Bay: This gorgeous sandy beach is a surfer’s dream, known to be Thanet’s best surfing beach. There is a café and a striking view of the white cliffs. It’s in a great area, surrounded by fields, so is a great place for a countryside walk, and only a ten-minute walk to the North Foreland Lighthouse.


Botany Bay: Famous for its beautiful chalk stacks, Botany Bay is a fantastic opportunity for keen photographers to capture a striking sunrise. This bay is also a great location for rock pooling as when the tide goes out it exposes stretches of sandy beaches and rock pools. It really is the perfect place for an evening stroll on the beach.

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If you are a foodie, you’ll love Broadstairs. There are so many fantastic places to eat, right here in Broadstairs. These include restaurants, cafés, and vintage ice cream parlours. Guests in this lovely seaside town are often spoilt for choice, but you can always rely on good old fish and chips if you’d prefer to enjoy your dinner on the sandy beach.


For those who are feeling extra adventurous in the weeks to come, Broadstairs has a real treat for you. The Broadstairs Food Festival is returning this October. Hosting top vendors and small businesses from all across the Southeast there is bound to be something to tickle your tastebuds.


So, join us as we transition into Autumn, as Broadstairs is always the place to be! Book your stay with us and take all of the uncertainty out of your next holiday.

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