As you would expect from a house which entertained royalty, politicians, actors and the wealthy, Albion House Ramsgate
sits in pride of place on top of the East cliff.
Looking over Albion Gardens and out to sea, from here you can enjoy stunning views of the Royal Harbour.
Ramsgate has a friendly vibe and a vibrant atmosphere.
A forest of masts whistle in the breeze below the handsomely curved walls of Britain's only royal harbour. The seafront is populated by cosmopolitan street cafes and bars,
yet it retains a shabbily undiscovered charm. The sweeping Blue Flag beaches and spectacular Victorian architecture
make it well worth a visit!Discover the closest sandy beach to London
, overlooked by some of the most beautiful Regency architecture in the UK. With nearly 900 listed buildings,
walking around the town it is easy to spot the elegant Victorian and Regency architecture.
Locally there is more to discover with Broadstairs, home of Charles Dickens,
and Margate, home of the Turner Gallery,
being only a stone’s throw away. Canterbury with its magnificent Cathedral is a short 17 minutes on the high speed train.