A stunningly comfortable, modern and well equipped two-bedroom townhouse set over three floors with a patio overlooking the beach. Set just a short walk away from all of the popular attraction Margate has to offer. A hip and happening place to visit in Kent, known for its amazing Dreamland Margate amusement park, beautiful stretches of beach, and plenty of cool bars and restaurants.
What is the capacity for Margs-a-Largo?
Margs-a-Largo is a two-bedroom townhouse set over three floors with a patio overlooking the beach and a bath on the top floor overlooking the ocean/harbour/beach.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Margate area?
Whether you're visiting with the family or interested in learning more about the town's rich and fascinating history, there's something for everyone. The Dreamland amusement park has long been Margate's most famous attraction, the diverse collection of vintage rides creates a genuinely unique experience. You’ll find Lost Island Adventure Golf tucked away underneath one of Margate’s most well-known arcades – The Flamingo. The four-acre Walpole Bay Pool is located at the bottom of the cliffs between Cliftonville and Palm Bay. This unique outdoor tidal pool is the largest of its sort in the UK, dating back over 80 years. The Old Town, arguably Margate's coolest area, is home to a multitude of distinctive retro stores, galleries, pubs, and cafés.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Margate’s food scene, like its art scene, is thriving. On the top deck of The Bus Café, savour every brunchy bite, enjoy an infamous toastie at harbourside shack Cheesy Tiger, or try some extremely fresh seafood platters (or the compulsory coastal fish and chips) at seaview restaurant Buoy and Oyster. Melt's exceptional gelato is the perfect finish. Ziggy’s rooftop bar is the perfect way to get a panoramic view of Margate’s seafront from up high.