Welcome To The Devonhurst
The Devonhurst is a traditional, family run, cliff top Bed and Breakfast located on a quiet road with unrivalled sea views out across the English Channel and just a 5-minute walk from the main high street.
Margaret, David, Matthew & Kadriye welcome all visitors, old and new, into their home and aim to provide a relaxing and friendly stay for all of The Devonhurst's guests.
One of the longest standing traditional Bed and Breakfasts in Broadstairs with over 29 years experience of catering for guests with a wealth of awards and a consistent Visit England grading.
- Visit England - 4 Star Silver
- Visit England - Welcome to Excellence
- Visit Kent - Kent Breakfast Award (Quality, local produce)
- Trivago - Rated Excellent
- TripAdvisor - Certificate of Excellence
- Thanet District Council - Pride in Thanet (Serviced Accommodation Winners)
Free high speed Wi-Fi access available in all guest rooms and guest areas including the bar and lounge. Enjoy a quiet drink on the raised front terrace whilst soaking in the stunning view across the English Channel.
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K. Jameson via letter
Truly a home from home. We are always welcome and feel very much part of the family. Can't wait to come back.
Steve S via our guestbook
Amazing breakfast, great service, lovely to meet you.
Maureen S via email
Thank you very much for the confirmation of our holiday. We are so looking forward to staying at The Devonhurst and we are particularly excited at the prospect of sitting on the balcony watching the incredible view!
Sandra & Ron via our Guestbook
Excellent service and great apple juice. Hope to come again.
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