Margate Beach - Kent’s most beloved seaside resort

Covering the tip of Kent, Margate boasts a beautiful, sandy beach that was once a popular holiday destination among the Victorians, and after just one visit you’ll see exactly why. After walking along its picturesque coastline, visitors can explore some of Margate’s trendy cafes, retro shops, and other seaside charms.

Welcome to Margate

Once a quaint seaside town, Margate has had a small, yet active arts culture taking form in recent years, and is now brimming with creative energy. Its quintessential holiday resort mien is offset tastefully by attractions such as the Turner Contemporary, the rustic charms of its Old Town, and the newly rejuvenated Harbour Arm, which has many stylish and comfortable places to eat, drink, and relax.

The Turner Contemporary - a tribute to one of Britain’s most beloved painters

The Turner Contemporary is one of the South-East’s most well-known art galleries, housing a range of historical and contemporary works, presented in a format inspired by one of the UK’s most renowned artists, JMW Turner. With the incredible range of permanent artwork and temporary exhibitions presented in an intriguing modern building, art lovers and novices alike are certain to take a little piece of its beauty home with them.

Planning a trip to Margate Beach? Travelodge Margate Westwood Hotel is just over 10 minutes away by car, and Travelodge Ramsgate Seafront Hotel can be reached in 20.