Pebbles Reach Guest House
An introduction to Pebbles Reach Guest House
Situated on the seafront with magnificent views across the sea this guest house is ideal for a family holiday!
Pebbles Reach Bed and Breakfast, Guest House in Herne Bay, Kent offers family room, double room and twin rooms all en suite, with Colour TV and DVD players in all rooms together with tea and coffee making facilities.
Situated right on the Herne Bay seafront with wonderful sea views, our B&B offers great traditional seaside value, full English breakfasts together with a variety of cereals, jams, marmalades and fresh fruit.
There's also a great opportunity to explore safe, clean beaches, enjoy a variety of seaside entertainment for all the family and visit a huge number of cafes, pubs and restaurants in the vibrant town of Herne Bay.
Within this corner of South East England, the historic town of Canterbury is 10 miles away and the other attractive coastal towns such as Whitstable, Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate are a short drive away.
Whether you are looking to stay for accommodation in Kent for a weekend or a fortnight, our Bed and Breakfast in Kent will quickly get you in a seaside mood. Sitting right on Herne Bay seafront, you cannot be better placed to take advantage of Herne Bay's promenade. Pebbles Reach is situated right on Herne Bay front with wonderful sea views.
Herne Bay and the surrounding area offers a wealth of attractions to visitors, from fishing trips and seal watching to organised boat trips to visit the historic Maunsell Army Sea Forts and the futuristic wind farms just off the coast. More sedate activities include attractive gardens and promenades, a variety of musical and dramatic entertainment at the refurbished Bandstand and at Kings Hall, an interesting town museum and a variety of pubs, clubs and restaurants to cater for all tastes.
For the history and culture buffs there is the ancient Roman site of Reculver just around the coast, the Cathedral city of Canterbury with it's cobbled streets, thriving pedestrianised city centre with cafes, bars, art galleries galore. A few miles away is the Dickensian town of Broadstairs where the author lived and worked and an R.A.F. museum dedicated to the Battle of Britain pilots at Manston.. A couple of miles in the other direction is the picturesque town of Whitstable with it's working harbour, many fish restaurants and age old association with oysters.
Whatever your taste may be, Herne Bay and the area around it offers all that you could possibly want. Nature lovers, culture lovers, food and drink lovers and old fashioned seaside town lovers are all catered for!
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