Broadstairs is a lovely little town, not only to visit for the day...but also to live in. It is fairly quiet with a large elderly population. Good schools, plenty of pubs and lovely beach walks.
The restuarant you referred to Annie is Posillipo's, it's been in the same family for yrs and is one of Broadstairs best resturants.
Every summer Broadstairs hosts folk week, which is the busiest time of the yr for our small town. Camping facilities are hosted at the local schools to accommodate the large influx of festival goers. There is enterainment every morning for young children up to the age of approx 11yrs provided by the hobby horse club, where Clarence the dragonmakes an appearence.. Much of the entertainment is free, although you will be asked to make donations here and there. There is a wonderful atmosphere in the town, book early as the town fills up quickly.
Hi everyone, I'm the newbie on here. I live in Broadstairs and spend a lot of time walking the dog along the East Kent beaches. I have big ambitions to walk the Pyrennes in 2014 and will be on the look out for walking buddies with a taste for excitement and adventure.
I was planning to walk the Camino de Santiago in 2014, but have now changed my mind. The GR11 and HRP seem far more challenging and adventurous. I think I shall start planning now and look for a hiking buddy. I like the idea of merging the 3 routes and finding my own route.