Super-King Room with Sea View

luxurious bedroom with magnificent views over harbour and sea

You will find yourself on the second floor in a luxurious bedroom with super king size bed with magnificent views over harbour and sea. Sensitively refurbished, double glazed sash windows, fully carpeted, elegantly and simply decorated, our sea view rooms with high ceilings perfectly captures the feel of Ramsgate’s best rooms.

Albion House - Super King with Sea View
 

features

Bed Type
Super-king

Bathroom
Marble ensuite with bath and/or shower

Occupancy: 2

Room Size: 16-18m²

Views - Harbour and/or sea views

Full English Breakfast included in all rooms

highlights

The best views in Ramsgate
Spacious reading area with lamp
Desk space for writing/computer
Marble en-suite shower room
Large windows on second floor

decor

Bright and airy interior
Blackout blinds for sound sleep
Antique furniture
Tall windows in second floor room

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Amenities

Includes a choice from our full breakfast menu, featuring Full English, Pancakes, Eggs any style and much more

37 inch flat screen TV
In room tea and coffee
Luxury towels and linen
Fluffy bathrobes
High speed Wifi
Rain shower
Guest phone by the bed

Interconnecting on request

Parking

Parking permits for bays on Albion Place available at reception for £3.00 per calendar day. Parking bays are on a first come first served basis and we are not able to guarantee availability.

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
Email enquiries@albionhouseramsgate.co.uk


Super-King Room - Albion House

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 luxurious bedroom with super king size bed with magnificent views over harbour and sea.

"The 18th century shutter panelled windows, Italian Carrara marble bathrooms, French antique furniture, remoulded cornices and wool/cashmere Naturalmat beds add to the sumptuous nature."

AMIRA HASHISH - evening standard