Welcome to our beautiful Ramsgate sea-view flat

The 2 bedroom flat is situated on the top floor of a well-preserved four storey Georgian crescent facing the seafront and enjoying spectacular panoramic views of Ramsgate’s ‘blue flag’ beach and harbour.

View from window

It is immaculately presented and with two bedrooms, the flat is perfect for 2 couples, small groups and families wanting a break by the seaside. 


It is just a couple of minutes walk downhill into Ramsgate town centre or you can simply cross the road and take the Victorian lift to the beach.

Take a stroll around the Royal Harbour and enjoy the cafes, bars, pubs and restaurants. Or enjoy family days out on and around the Isle of Thanet.

Come rain or come shine, the flat and Ramsgate offer a perfect British seaside holiday.

 Ramsgate has been described as the sunniest place in England.  But it’s not just about the beautiful beaches and the sun there really is something for everyone.

 The essence and magic of Ramsgate was perfectly expressed in a  recent article in the Metro (February 2011)

  “Ramsgate really could be the perfect romantic British seaside break………….Dusty antique shops, quirky pubs and a 700-berth Royal Harbour Marina all exist within a community that is both stoutly British and strangely continental at the same time.  There’s no airport queues or changing money. Ramsgate is close to home, comfortingly familiar and the perfect place to share haddock and chips with your loved one.” 

What more can we say?  Come and see for yourselves. 


Emin and Holland to open £17m Turner Contemporary

Artist Tracey Emin and musician Jools Holland will open the Turner Contemporary gallery in Kent, it has been announced.

The £17m gallery opens next Saturday in Margate, on the seafront site of a cottage where JMW Turner lived.

Emin grew up in the town and last year unveiled a pink neon love letter to Margate. The work was later sold to raise money for the gallery.

Director Victoria Pomery said Holland had a long-term relationship with Kent.

The musician owns 14th Century Cooling Castle, near Rochester.

Chairman of Turner Contemporary, John Kampfner, said the gallery opening marked the start of an “extraordinary opportunity for Margate and Thanet to become one of the UK’s most compelling culture and tourism destinations”.

Ms Pomery said it would be “a momentous day”.

Luftwaffe plane uncovered off Ramsgate coast

The discovery of a unique German warplane off the Kent coast left experts “incredulous”. New images suggest the Dornier 17 is still intact and there are hopes that it will go on show.

They called it “the flying pencil”: a slim, elegant aircraft originally designed in 1934 to carry passengers, which by the start of World War II had been converted into a deadly weapon of war.

The Dornier 17 was one of the mainstays of the Luftwaffe bombing fleets which began their assault on British cities and RAF airfields in the summer of 1940, in what became known as the Battle of Britain.

A total of 1,700 Dorniers were built, but the plane discovered in Goodwin Sands is thought to be the last remaining one.

Dornier 17 Z-2, serial number 1160, of number 7 squadron, 3 Group, third Bomber Wing, was shot down on 26 August 1940 and made an emergency landing in the sea just off the Kent coast.

Two of the four crew members died, two – including the pilot – survived to become prisoners of war.