We didn't arrive until 2pm and the Charles Dickens suite was not ready yet, so we were shown into the lounge. The most uncomfortable, bleak (yes) and depressing room, with plastic ivy over some modern mirrors, a huge flat screen t.v. and a collection of mis-matched tatty old furniture with no charm or warmth whatsoever. There was a little sign... More
- Also Known As:
- Bleak House Broadstairs, Kent
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set above the English Channel overlooking Broadstairs and Viking Bay, Bleak House was the summer home of arguably Britain's greatest author, Charles Dickens, from where he wrote "David Copperfield". ... more less
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