Ramsgate is a coastal city in England. This achieves a lot: white cliffs, a bit of historical recreation, and beach huts along coastal routes against climate optimism. But it also escaped smuggling cave snares, strange things and thanks to only Kentish Beach Town, and extra stuff that can’t be bought with light.
Peg Well Bay
Ramsgate offers a complex network of tunnels and caves. You can visit some of the most extensive civil tunnels in England during wartime, but it is an unofficial smuggler cave lane built on Pegwell Bay rocks, which is truly imaginative.
What Ramsgate doesn’t have the boogie shopping experience offered by Margate, but there are plenty of thrift shops and antique shops. Try Petticoat Lane Emporium and Arch 16 antiques and retro antiques.
STOP FOR LUNCH
There are many fish and chip shops in abundance in Ramsgate, but there are different tastes through Kumar. Chief Chef Anil Kumar is an alumnus of the prestigious Cinnamon Club in London. Think carefully about foods with portions that won’t leave you stranded.
From your ancient ship at Ramsgate Harbour to Broadstairs to Buzzing Wake Bay for a nominal journey of 40 minutes, pack and go to easily accessible beach routes.
Worth staying at Ramsgate and watching the sunset. Light pollution is so low that Rams Gate is in the perfect spot for stargazing. Lie on the beach and watch the mesmerising sky and let yourself be in awe of such beauty.
Where to stay
Located on Eddington Street, which leads to Rams Gate Marina, is a collection of strange historical buildings, residential design shops, antique shops, and Cafe Vanilla Head record stores. Originally two houses built in 1801, Falstaff is now a hotel bar, restaurant, and shop. Eight intimate rooms are decorated with antique furniture, soft fabrics, and thick carpets – perfect for snuggling after enjoying the evening.