Little Victoria's Room
SUPER-KING ROOM WITH SEA VIEW & BALCONY
This room, also known as the Little Victoria room where Princess Victoria recuperated in 1835, there are very high ceilings with elegant, Georgian doors leading out on to the Regency balcony. A super king sized bed, harbour views and the last of the setting sun means this bedroom has a great deal to offer.
Situated on the first floor with use of the balcony this room measuring 17 square meters looks out across the lovely Albion Place and its well-kept gardens. With the added option of combining the spacious room to the rear of the building on the first floor, you have the ideal restful place for your family by the sea.
After a punishing tour of the country, Princess Victoria fell ill. Resting in Albion House, her mother and her aide, Sir John Conroy sought to capitalise on her weakness
Super King, Wool and Cashmere
100% Organic bed by NaturalMat
Bathroom with shower over
Room Size: 17m²
Views - Sea views
Full English Breakfast included in all rooms
Generous balcony overlooking the harbour
High ceilings with ornate cornices
Super king size bed
Can be interconnecting as a family room
White marble shower room
Blackout blinds for sound sleep
Tall Georgian doors
Bright and airy interior
Includes a choice from our full breakfast menu, featuring Full English, Pancakes, Eggs any style and much more
40inch flat screen TV
In room tea and coffee
Luxury towels and linen
High speed Wifi
Guest phone by the bed
Interconnecting on request
Parking permits for bays on Albion Place available at reception for a small charge.
Room Check In Times
Check In: 15:00
Check Out: 11:00
Add A Personal Touch
Do you have any special requirements we need to cater for? Please contact us on the number below and we will be happy to assist.
Call 01843 606 630
Book this room if
…you want to look out at Ramsgate through the eyes of the most revered Monarch Britain has ever had.
"Firstly, the Albion is a gorgeous creation. With wow-factor antiques, adeptly sourced by Fontaine Decorative, and fashionably dark walls, the heritage interior design is spot on for this large seafront Regency townhouse, built in 1791.
As soon as I step inside, I love it. Cornicing, high ceilings, old shutters, a grand staircase ... the place smarts with original features, and the new bits – lovely globe pendant lights, posh beds – are cleverly chosen. "