Welcome to The Bay Tree Broadstairs

Boutique Hotel and Restaurant

Ten en-suite bedrooms, eight of which have sea views, one room accessible to wheelchair users, with a wet room and
ground floor access and we are also dog-friendly.


at the Bay Tree Restaurant

Our restaurant is open Monday – Thursday evenings
Closed Friday and Saturday evenings
Sunday lunch (until 5pm)
Call for Group Opening Times / Home Delivery £2.50 

Breakfast Menu


Sunday Menu

Afternoon Tea

Popular Rooms

Baytree Hotel Broadstairs Room

Alder Room 8

En suite wet room with shower & Laufen bathroom furniture. Partial sea view from the 'Juliet' balcony window

Oak Room 5

En suite wet room with shower & Laufen bathroom furniture. Sea view from the room & balcony. Breakfast included on stays booked directly with The Bay Tree

Baytree Hotel Broadstairs Room
The Bay Tree Hotel Broadstairs has ten ensuite bedrooms, eight with sea views. The rooms are named after British woods and feature colours that reflect the sea and local surroundings.

English Oak incorporates pastel blues to reflect the colours of the sea which occupants can look out onto from the room’s balcony. Whilst there is a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, guests are also welcome to take their meals in their rooms if they prefer.

For those who do want to enjoy the outdoors, the hotel is literally a stone's throw away to Stone Bay, a beautiful stretch of beach which is a haven of calm in the winter. After an invigorating walk by the sea guests can warm up in front of one of two open fires with a coffee or a mulled wine. There is a Victorian fireplace in the sea-view lounge and an Art Deco fireplace in the library bar. The library bar was designed by Mina Lima, the graphic prop designers of the Harry Potter films. Framed, limited edition prints of Mina Lima’s  Harry Potter artwork are displayed in the hotel’s library, sea-view lounge and entrance lobby.
The best hotel in Broadstairs

Important Announcement

Ben, our Bay Tree Bedlington Terrier, went to the vet on 1st March to check his ears which were smelling badly only for us to find he had a tumour spreading in his mouth.

Further checks on 3rd March have made us think this is malignant and that he was in pain and we have had to put him to sleep. Clearly he will be very sadly missed by ourselves, our staff and our guests. Ptolemy, our Bedlington puppy is now 16 months old and adapting to life without Ben.

We will have more pictures and a webpage in memory of Ben coming soon

Our most regular guests at The Bay Tree, TonyandPatsy Gosling, who stream live music every Friday at 8pm (and who regularly used to take Ben out) will be dedicating a song to Ben on Friday 12th March if you wish to join us https://www.facebook.com/100001538262629/videos/4019437804784122/

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