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Kingsgate Bay

Whiteness Road, Kingsgate CT10 3QL, England
+44 1843 577577
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Lovely sandy beach

Secluded quiet beach away from Botany bay. Limited parking available unless you park in pub car... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Dren W
via mobile

We live a few minutes away so access is straight forward. Whilst some of you are dog lovers, I... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Antony W
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“the cliff” (5 reviews)
Whiteness Road, Kingsgate CT10 3QL, England
+44 1843 577577
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Secluded quiet beach away from Botany bay. Limited parking available unless you park in pub car park.

Thank Dren W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We live a few minutes away so access is straight forward. Whilst some of you are dog lovers, I cannot stand the dog access in the summer. My young children are filled with fear when a canine bounds towards them not to mention their need...More

Thank Antony W
Reviewed 11 September 2017 via mobile

Dogs are allowed on this beach so had a great time letting our dog run wild and enjoy the soft sand. Beautiful cliffs surrounding the beach too.

Thank lacm2016
Reviewed 11 August 2017

Lovely beach. View of the iconic arch in the distance. It was empty when we visited and lovely to sit and chill. Parking wise, you can park at the Captain Digby pub very close by but its a whopping £20! Its free if you're having...More

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Reviewed 5 August 2017

As you walk along the cliff tops from Botany Bay Hotel, there is a path along the top of the cliffs - which are sensibly fenced off - to Kingsgate Bay and there is a lovely area which has baby seagulls. This was brilliant for...More

Thank whomewhy
Reviewed 30 July 2017

A nice beach with good view of a arch in the cliff. The only downside is there is no car parking near the beach. Accessed via steps which could be a downside if not too steady on your feet.

Thank Sally_Steve_W
Reviewed 24 July 2017 via mobile

A beautiful secluded Bay with soft sand although very seaweedy water!! The arch formation in the chalky rocks is amazing.

Thank KT81KAH
Reviewed 3 July 2017

When we visited thee water looked a bit dirty, but it was actually a mass of seaweed! There were quite a few used and abandoned disposable BBQs lying on the beach and rubbish lying around so maybe they need some more wastebins on the beach...More

Thank 319Delta
Reviewed 6 June 2017 via mobile

In a resort offering an array off beautiful bays, Kingsgate takes the crown. A local secret, this sandy bay is never overcrowded and offers safe bathing. It is overlooked by the majestic Broadstairs Castle and even has its own family pub, the Captain Digby which...More

Thank Corvette1544
Reviewed 31 May 2017

When I searched places to visit I saw a picture on google-exactly the same. And it is real. We drove from London, and enjoyed the whole day at the sea. These cliffs are beautiful, unique and full of sea creatures. My little girl (age 6)...More

Thank puwistaja
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19 August 2016|
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Response from heleneshaw | Reviewed this property |
Hi We walked down the steps to Botany Bay and through the stack to Kingsgate Bay. We went during low tide and walked leisurely around, walked across Kingsgate Bay climbed the step (more than Botany Bay and steeper) walked... More