The Hussar Hotel

A Hotel in Margate, Kent

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

219 Canterbury Road
Margate
Kent
England
CT9 5JP

The Hussar Hotel, Margate

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Welcome to the Hussar Inn in Margate. This family run business prides itself on excellent value for money with very high standards throughout. Our recently refurbished rooms are all en?suite with flat screen televisions and Wi-Fi.

Our great accommodation and excellent customer service ensures our customers return time and time again.

Ideally situated on the outskirts of Margate we are only a short walk from several blue flag beaches. Whether you are looking for a hotel in Broadstairs a hotel in Ramsgate or a hotel in Westgate the Hussar is an ideal place to stay. The pretty town of Broadstairs is only a 10 minute drive as is the trendy harbour of Ramsgate.

Margate has some beautiful coastlines and the much anticipated Turner Centre is due to open soon. With the busy city of Canterbury only 25 minutes away a short break in Margate has something to offer everyone. Our public house is very friendly and welcomes children and families.

Our kitchen produces a range of delicious home cooked snacks and meals and we are very proud of our fine selection of drinks so whether you?re visiting friends and family or your trip is purely business you will very much enjoy your stay at the Hussar. Probably the best bed and breakfast in Margate. Check In After 10pm is strictly by Appointment Only

From: £55.00


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Room Facilities
Telephone
Wireless internet connection
Freeview
Colour television
Internet access
Non-smoking
Tea and coffee making facilities
Family/oversized room

Amenities
Entertainment
Pool
BBQ/Picnic area
Non-smoking (throughout)
Bar
Free Internet access (wireless) in public areas

Parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities
We pride ourselves on providing a good selection of beer wine and real ales. Our large beer garden contains a relaxing patio area a heated smoking area plus swings and slides for the children. The Hussar is ideal for functions such as Birthday Parties Weddings Anniversaries Seminars Corporate events Christmas Parties and funeral wakes

Meals
Dinner
Lunch
Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
No pets

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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Richborough Roman Fort - 6 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

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Sandwich, St Mary's Church - 7.1 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

The Secret Gardens of Sandwich - 7.3 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

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