Rosslyn Court, Cliftonville, Margate is an 1895 villa with 3 en-suite Bed & Breakfast rooms, a double, a twin and a single.
There is a lovely garden to sit in (watch out for the tortoises) and you can use the dining room for food you bring in if you haven't booked into one of Margate's many fabulous restaurants.
The house has been recently renovated and is full of plants and art. There is an acoustic live music venue on site that puts on concerts once a week and in normal times has regular music, voice and dance workshops. These finish at 10pm at the latest and there is a full listing of amazing performers available on the website.
Rosslyn Court has a licence and serve canned beer made in a local brewery from hops grown in the garden as part of a hop growing co-operative.
Morag makes all her own bread, marmalade and jams. Breakfast is a choice from meats and eggs from a local farm or maybe a veggie full English - or avocado, mushrooms or something else on toast, or even pancakes on occasion.
You need to stay for more than one night to see Margate at its best and Rosslyn Court doesn't take single night bookings or dogs, sorry.
There is some on-street parking at Rosslyn Court suitable for guests, although they ask people attending workshops and concerts to consider parking further away to avoid inconveniencing the neighbours.
Rosslyn Court has a 5 star local authority hygiene rating and a Trip Advisor's Travellers choice certificate, Rosslyn Court has a score of 9.7 out of 10 with a booking company.
Rosslyn Court is located in Cliftonville within a 10-15 minute walk of Margate station, which is well served by mainline and high-speed services from London.
If you are concerned about getting to Rosslyn Court for any reason they may be able to collect you from the station.
The beach is at the bottom of the road. There is a Victorian tidal pool. Expect a fascinating mixed area of faded splendour; it's definitely up and coming so you should visit soon. There is a lot to see and do in Margate. There's always something going on here.
It is a 10 minute walk into the centre of Margate and the Turner Gallery, either along the seashore or past a vast range of cafes, bars and shops (and caves!) Margate has many restaurants, retro shops and independent bars, cafes and art galleries. There is also the sea and amazing sunsets.
- Children Welcome