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Smiths Court
Cliftonville
Margate
Kent

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Smiths Court – set on the clifftop to the east of Margate – is privately owned and family run and, is Margate's only three star premier hotel. This ‘elegant Victorian’ has all the modern conveniences expected by the discerning traveller, but retains a quintessentially English charm. Offering a quiet attentive service to business and leisure guests, It’s an ideal retreat after a long day exploring Kent’s history, our amazing blue flag beaches, or indeed after a busy day at the office! 43 standard and executive rooms many with sea views or balconies some enjoying superb sea views and spectacular ‘Turner’ sunsets. All rooms are en suite with direct dial telephones, tea and coffee making facilities and hospitality tray. In-room safes have recently been added to all rooms. Disabled facilities include a fully equipped suite and lift access to most rooms.Grounds include a sheltered sun patio and private car parking.The Orangery restaurant, open daily for lunch and dinner, menus are entirely rewritten for each season.

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Number Ensuite: 43
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Name: Orangery restaurant

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Credit Cards Accepted
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Licensed
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Open All Year
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Night Porter
Conference/Business Facilities
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Dogs/Pets Welcome

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