Glenwood Hotel

19-25 Edgar Road, Margate, Kent, England, CT9 2EG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 19-25 Edgar Road, Margate, is near Turner Centre, The Shell Grotto, Bleak House Museum, and Ramsgate Maritime Museum.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGlenwood Hotel Margate

Reviewed by lisa1985

Clean and comfortable

Reviewed Jul 18, 2013
by (2 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Comfortable and clean, we were shown to our room. We paid for breakfast when booking but no offer was made to accommodate our early departure. Our room was obviously above the owners' living quarters - tv very loud! Bed also rather small, perhaps a 3/4 size?!
All in all, a good nights sleep but could've been a bit cheaper than £60!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Glenwood Hotel Margate

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Travel Blogs from Margate

Day 1

A travel blog entry by joey3105 on Oct 06, 2014

The adventure begins of Canada and America. With a nice 4 am departure from East Langdon heading to London Heathrows new terminal 2 for the 7 hour flight to Toronto. Dad drove me up on the empty roads and dropped me off with a small good bye and have fun. Walking into this new glass and metal building looking for signs for Air Canada to drop my bag off. After finding the right airline queue dropping my back pack off and realising that I'm ...

Back in Blighty

A travel blog entry by grahamgkd on Sep 22, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

We took an early morning ferry from Calais to Dover and cycled the 38km to Canterbury along nice country lanes arriving just before midday. The plan was to finish officially at the Cathedral but they wanted to charge us 10 / head! Fortunately we were able to blag our way in for free, by convincing them we were pilgrims (a likely story!).
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Sat - Nav

A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2 on Jun 13, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... This is amazing. According to legend in 1835 James Newlove lowered his son into a hole in the ground that had appeared during the digging of a duck pond. The boy emerged describing tunnels covered with shells. He had discovered the Shell Grotto, it's walls decorated with strange symbols mosaiced in 4.6million shells. Noone can explain why or by whom. It really is worth a visit if you are over this way.
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Back in Time!

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Jun 13, 2012

8 photos

... t answer when I called him however, which was unfortunate as I would love to hear an eye witness account of just how amazing ancient Rome really was.

Finally it was time for the Castle! Dover Castle, while less majestic than the Chateau de Chillons, is the best presented castle I have yet to see. I really have to hand it to the good people at British Heritage for a splendid job of bringing the castle to life. Rather than empty rooms, every room in the castle was filled ...

Pete the next Mayor of Margate

A travel blog entry by jl_bigtrip on Nov 12, 2010

2 comments, 5 photos

... of the headlands. Broadstairs has already enjoyed a reinvigoration and it was picture postcard lovely. Broadstairs never achieved Margate’s grandeur so the village itself is quaint and quintessentially English in its scenery. The long term plan of Margate is to try and achieve a share in the prosperity. I think that some in Broadstairs that feel that success in Margate would take money away from them, but given Margate has a very different look of grand Victoria, I think the ...