Copperfields Guest House

Address: 11 Queens Road, Broadstairs, Kent, England, CT10 1NU, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 11 Queens Road, Broadstairs, is near Turner Centre, The Shell Grotto, Bleak House Museum, and Ramsgate Maritime Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Broadstairs

    To the beach

    A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Jul 18, 2015

    4 photos

    ... old world seaside resort. The buildings date back to the time of Charles Dickens who actually spent a lot of time writing books there. Unfortunately the weather wasn't the best so Phoebe needed to be kept wrapped up and out of the wind. However Justin, Nicky and I were able to enjoy a swim in the sea. First time in some time. ...

    Paul's Intro

    A travel blog entry by dorettepaul14 on Jun 01, 2014

    ... war continues to rage in Syria; the situation is an unmitigated humanitarian disaster and no one seems to have the first idea what to do about it.

    There is a military coup and nationwide curfew in Thailand where the people seem utterly divided on who should run their country and how it should be done. Selfishly, this is our major concern right now.

    That's the backdrop. From now on, for the sake of this blog, my focus will be ...

    Fortifications through the ages

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Apr 18, 2014

    4 photos

    ... the Iron Age. It sits on the cliffs overlooking the town. It is a dominant presence even in the evening when it's dimly lit. It was Henry II who built the keep and outer and inner baileys. Massive rebuilding took place during the Napoleonic Wars, then in WWII, the tunnels were converted to a hospital, and eventually a command center. It was from here that Col. Ramsey planned and directed the evacuation at ...

    We are sailing...

    A travel blog entry by bobjanescott on Aug 05, 2013

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... suspect some of our fellow passengers taking forty winks! Dinner was excellent and as the weather was nice and warm we were able to eat outside. After dinner we wandered up to the Drawing Room and took part in a quiz with another couple who came from Stockport so had a reminisce with them. We only came second in the quiz out of 3 teams - gutted! A good night's sleep was followed by a full English breakfast ...


    A travel blog entry by lifeinbrian on Dec 05, 2011


    ... emptier roads but when you do come across another driver it is worth remembering that the customs are different here. The obvious one is that the French drive on the right. Or in the middle of the road. There are some funny looking little cars that do not require a driving license. These are definitely worth watching out for. Almost always driven by very old French men and women in traditional work clothes, the vehicles go wherever they like, whenever they like... ...