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The Bay Hotel
Accommodation for Visitors to St Margaret's. 1930 - 31
Extract from an unknown publication listing the accommodation for visitors available in St Margaret's in 1930 - 31.
Advertisement for St Margaret's Bay Hotel St Margaret's Bay. 1936
Photocopy of an advertisement from the Folkestone Herald dated August 1936 setting out the attractions of the Bay Hotel at St Margaret's Bay
Advertisement for St Margaret's Bay Hotel, St Margaret's Bay. 1936
Two copies of an advertisement for the Bay Hotel which appeared in the Folkestone Herald in August 1936. In addition there is a letter from the hotel secretary to the newspaper asking for the advert to ...
Advertising booklet for St Margaret's Bay Hotel. 1930s
Multiple pages comprising an advertising leaflet for the St Margaret's Bay Hotel - undated, but it appears to be before the 1936 extension was built. Includes photographs of the exterior of the premises and some interior ...
Assault at St Margaret's Bay Hotel, St Margaret's Bay. 1938
Photocopy of a press article and accompanying transcript of the report regarding an assault that took place at the Bay Hotel in September 1938. The proprietor of the hotel, Housain Suleman, was summoned to appear in ...
Big Hotel Fire at St Margaret's Bay Hotel St Margaret's Bay. 1943
Copy of a press article from the Dover Express and East Kent News dated Friday 15 October 1943. The article features a report of a fire that seriously damaged the unoccupied St Margaret's Bay Hotel.
Christmas Arrangements at the St Margaret's Bay Hotel. 1909
Small black and white leaflet listing the Christmas Arrangements laid on for guests at the St Margaret's Bay Hotel in 1909.
East Cliff, St Margaret's Bay. c.1936
Black and white photocopy of a postcard entitled East Cliff, St Margaret's Bay. The view is looking east. The village on the beach appears intact and the Bay Hotel appears to have the extension built ...
List of prominent persons visiting St Margaret's Bay Hotel / Lanzarote. 1910
Two A4 typed sheets bearing lists of famous/ prominent visitors to the Bay Hotel / Lanzarote during 1910. The second version is a transcript from the St Margaret's Bay Guide Book and includes quotes on ...
List of Visitors to St Margaret's Bay Hotel. 1897
Black and white photocopy of a press cutting bearing a handwritten note of 'Dov Exp 1897'. The cutting lists a series of recent visitors to the St Margaret's Bay Hotel.
St Margaret's Bay from Ness Point. After 1924
Photocopy of an enlargement of a black and white postcard. Titled 'St Margaret's Bay. Looking East. Madges Series 449'. View is across the village on the Bay looking south west to north east. After 1924 and ...
St Margaret's Bay from Ness Point. post 1935
Unused, undated postcard bearing a black and white photograph of a view across St Margaret's Bay looking east and including the Bay Hotel. A handwritten note in the archive states 'After 1935' and draws attention to ...
St Margaret's Bay from the Sea. post 1921
Colour photocopy of a postcard of St Margaret's from the sea. Undated but believed to be posted 1921 as the words 'Tea Garden' are visible in large white letters on the roof of the Excelsior ...
St Margaret's Bay from the sea. c1924/5
Colour postcard titled 'St Margaret's Bay From The Sea' Number in bottom r/h corner, 76093, suggests taken 1924/25. The view shows the Granville Hotel on the Leas and Beachhaven, The Snuggery, Graciosa, Beechin and Eglinton Cottages ...
St Margaret's Bay Hotel and Old Boathouse Bungalow. 1934
A small black and white photograph taken in 1934 showing a lady and a small child standing in front of the Bay Hotel and Old Boathouse Bungalow.
St Margaret's Bay Hotel and old Coastguard Cottages. 1895
Copy of a black and white photograph showing the rear of the Bay Hotel and adjacent properties on the beach. A typed caption states 'Round the Coast 1895. The Bay Hotel and old coastguard cottages ...
St Margaret's Bay Hotel and the cliffs. c1900
Two almost identical versions of the same photograph. One is a photocopy of a black and white representation of the Bay Hotel with a lady walking in the foreground. It has 'St Margaret's Bay & Cliffs' ...
St Margaret's Bay Hotel and the Cliffs. c1900
The Bay Hotel, with the white cliffs beyond, is the subject of this black and white Victoria Series postcard number 1670. Circa 1900 it is unused.
St Margaret's Bay Hotel from the sea, St Margaret's Bay. 1937
Unused, undated black and white postcard featuring the St Margaret's Bay Hotel. A handwritten note in the archive states "Picture taken 4 Sept 1937 showing the extension built 1936, destroyed 1939 - 45 by a ...
St Margaret's Bay Hotel from the Sea. pre 1936
Black and white postcard depicting the front of the St Margaret's Bay Hotel taken from a little way out to sea. Thought to be before 1936 as there is no sign of the large extension completed ...
St Margaret's Bay Hotel shareholdings disposed of by H Suleman. 1939
Photocopy of a press cutting from the Dover Express and East Kent News, dated 20 January 1939 reporting the disposal by H Suleman of his shareholdings in the St Margaret's Bay Hotel.
St Margaret's Bay Hotel, Beechin and Eglinton Cottages. pre 1936
A photocopy of a black and white photograph of the St Margaret's Bay Hotel looking across the façade from East to West. Undated but believed to be before 1936 as there is no sign of ...
St Margaret's Bay Hotel. pre 1936
A large black and white photocopy of a photograph of the façade of the St Margaret's Bay Hotel thought to have been taken before 1936 as there is no sign of the large extension built ...
Storm damage to the Bay Hotel and other properties in the Bay. 1939
Photocopy of a press cutting with a handwritten date of 1 Dec 1939. Headline is 'St Margaret's Cliff Fall and Storm Damage'. The article tells of a cliff fall behind the Bay Hotel which caused damage ...
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