Victorian hotel in the coastal town of Ramsgate
Found on the Isle of Thanet, the most easterly point in Kent, the Comfort Inn Ramsgate is an ideal stopping point for those looking to enjoy the traditional seaside resort.
Today, the Isle of Thanet is no longer an island. It is in fact a part of the mainland. Subsequently it is easily accessed via rail and road which makes this 3-star establishment a popular choice for those staying in the Ramsgate region.
The hotels 44 guestrooms come in a number of sizes and styles, including family and executive. Regardless of the type of room, en-suite bathroom facilities are included with all as are a number of other amenities. Air-conditioning, television, and internet access are all available throughout. Some rooms also include a sea view and balcony.
The hotel doubles up as a function centre, with two conference suites that are suitable for both business meeting and private occasions such as weddings. The hotel can accommodate delegates with a buffet lunch or a three course meal.
A restaurant caters for guests at the hotel, providing an extensive menu of traditional foods, including pub grub. Specialised seafood, Indian dishes, and light snacks are also included on the list of food served by the restaurant.
Those not wishing to dine at the Comfort Inn Ramsgate can venture out into town where they will find a range of restaurants, cafes, and pubs to eat and drink at. The towns main source of income is tourism so youll find that many different appetites are accommodated.
Ramsgate Main Sands, and the rest of its coastline, prove vastly popular with visitors to the region. Its a traditional English seaside featuring activities like donkey rides, portrait drawing, and sandcastle building. The seafront is home to even more continental cafs.
The towns harbour is one of the busiest in the country. As well as fishing vessels, commercial tankers, and ferries, theres also a wide range of leisure yachts and boats. Once a year the harbour is the starting point for a leg of the Power Boat Grand Prix, an event where racers head out into the English Channel in a bid to be crowned the fastest boat.
Elsewhere in town visitors can enjoy the cinema, amusement arcades, casinos, museums, theatres, and ten-pin bowling. One of the most unique attractions is The Hugin, a huge Viking battleship commemorating the arrival of the Danish in the 5th century. The structure can be found in the Pegwell Bay area of town.
Those willing to take a short break from Ramsgate can enjoy a day trip to any of the other nearby resorts and towns. Sandwich, Dover, and Canterbury are all a short drive from this part of Kent whilst Tunbridge Wells and Ashford are a little further afield. The city of London is also within a manageable distance. Margate railway station serves both London Victoria and St. Pancras International stations in the capital and takes as little as 90 minutes.
The Comfort Inn Ramsgate puts you in touch with all of this and more.