The Guardian says: 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. The basement has still to be developed: private dining in the Georgian kitchen, a wine cellar with tasting classes, a wheelchair-accessible bedroom and a seaweed spa are to come. read more
The Telegraph says: A stylishly renovated stately house with a superb setting above Ramsgate's Main Sands beach. Albion House is run by husband-and-wife team Ben and Emma Irvine, and comprises 14 chic bedrooms and a buzzing restaurant and bar. read more
The Evening Standard says: Where is it? In the seaside town of Ramsgate, Kent. The hotel looks over Albion Gardens with views of the Royal Harbour. The harbour was given its status by King George IV as a gift for the hospitality he received when visiting Ramsgate in 1820. read more
Escapism says: Sea-view rooms come with muted tones, high ceilings, marble bathrooms and big, long windows overlooking the pretty harbour – throw them open for some seagull sounds. Beds are big and plump, but don’t linger too long – breakfast is a huge feast in a pretty, sunlit room perfect for spreading out with the papers and a couple of Bloody Marys. read more




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