High on Broadstairs’ Eastern Esplanade, looking down on Stone Bay’s white cliffs and golden beach, The Bay Tree Hotel has stunning views.
The name comes from a bay tree flourishing in the back garden that is probably Kent’s oldest and largest specimen. After a lengthy £1 million renovation this 10 room boutique red brick hotel, constructed as a family home in 1896, is in immaculate condition. Sensitive refurbishment makes the most of the house’s Victorian heritage features.
Sash windows, Minton floor tiles and fireplaces are back to their elegant best.
Co-owners Alistair and Robert, London escapees, welcome us, checking our temperature as these are still COVID times. Alastair takes our luggage and leads us to our room on
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