Cottages near Botany Bay
The Kentish coastline is renowned for its white cliffs, none more iconic than those of Dover. But they have an infamous, far more curious sister; the white chalk stacks found at Botany Bay.
Once a popular smugglers landing stage, the visitors to Botany Bay are far more law abiding these days. A trip to this coastal gem is one for peace and quiet, or for a relaxing laze on its beaches or a wander amongst the curious chalk stacks rising from the sands. The atmosphere of this hidden bay will make you feel quite in awe of nature and its creations.
Being as much a part of the family as anyone, taking your dog on holiday is always a wonderful experience and bringing them here will add memories not only for you, but for them too. March out along the beach and back to Broadstairs along the cliff tops or lay out your beach towel, splash about in the water or enjoy rock pooling and exploring cave formations. You will never fail to appreciate the magnificence of the scenery. This bay is a sandy treasure along a coastline otherwise made up of stones and pebbles.
Only a short distance from Broadstairs and Margate, this protruding point of England juts out into the North Sea, perfect for exhilarating dips, bracing walks and peaceful shorelines. We have a great collection of cottages in the surrounding area, perfectly located for enjoying this little gem and more besides. If you’d like help finding the ideal cottage then please give us a call on 0333 2020 899 - we’re looking forward to hearing from you.