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Bleak House

Bleak House was originally named Fort House and was the residence of the captain of one of two coastal forts guarding Broadstairs. Author Charles Dickens spent many summer holidays at Fort House in the 1850s and 1860s and it was here in that "airy nest" overlooking Viking Bay that he wrote perhaps his most famous work, David Copperfield.

"Bleak House was originally named Fort House and was the residence of the captain of one of two coastal forts guarding Broadstairs."

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Capacities

The Copperfield Room

Ceremony - 100 guests

The Great Expectations Room

Ceremony - 50 guests

House

Reception – 65

Evening Reception – 120

Marquee

Reception – 200

Evening Reception 200

Accommodation

Bleak House, Fort Road, Broadstairs, Kent, CT10 1EY

Bleak House offers luxury bed and breakfast style accommodation that few hotels or guest houses can match. They have sumptuous bedrooms with de-luxe bathrooms, a huge welcoming reception room and totally enclosed private gardens.