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Hotels near Southwood Stadium stadium - Ramsgate FC

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Canterbury Bell by Marston's Inns - 481 Margate Road Thanet CT10 2QD

1.9 miles from Southwood Stadium
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £Full | Customer rating: 5\6
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Welcome to the Canterbury Bell. We offer a warm welcome to all the family at our pub and 27 room lodge. You'll be able to enjoy all the mod cons of our lodge accommodation: en-suite bathroom, digital television and free WIFI. A complimentary breakfast – cooked and continental – is served daily. Boasting an excellent and varied menu with Rotisserie chicken at the heart of it, the Canterbury Bell makes an excellent venue to dine with friends and family. Children will love our dedicated kids menu and our indoor and outdoor play areas, allowing you to relax with a meal, or a choice from our great range of drinks. Including an excellent choice of cask ales from Marston's five breweries, a great wine selection, featuring choices from the Rothschild wineries as well as a range of soft drinks and spirits. Jay and his team aim to make the Canterbury Bell your ideal Inn and pub restaurant with the warmest of welcomes.

Bleak House - Fort Road Broadstairs CT10 1EY

2.6 miles from Southwood Stadium
Rating\Stars: 5 | Prices from: £225.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Set atop the cliffs overlooking Broadstairs and Viking Bay, Bleak House has stunning luxury B & B accommodation and a special bridal suite. If you wish to hold a party, wedding reception or any special business event, hiring Bleak House makes any function a very special occasion. Bleak House was built in 1801 and was the home of the local fort captain during the Napoleonic wars. It was here that Charles Dickens wrote several of his famous novels. Bleak House was leased by the author from 1837 to 1859. Originally named Fort House, after his death in 1870 it was renamed Bleak House in his honour. It is the only four storey grade II listed mansion in Broadstairs. Dickens and his family lived here every summer for 22 years. He called it 'our little watering place'. one on which he had always set his affections. Charles Dickens viewed his beloved English Channel. Dickens completed his novel David Copperfield here and it is where he was inspired to write Bleak House.
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