As I mentioned in my Week in Pictures post, one of the things we did on our trip to Margate was visit Storkes Adventure Golf. There are several things that I consider obligatory on a trip to the British seaside, these include ice cream, paddling, eating fish and chips and playing a round of mini golf. Our trip to Margate was all about making the most of the gorgeous weather and enjoying all the things that the seasides on our doorstep have to offer.
Strokes Adventure Golf is a short walk from the town centre, by Westbrook Bay. We walked along the beach to get there and it was lovely. Their 18 hole course is perfect for grown ups and littles ones alike, with varying degrees of difficulty. You can enjoy gorgeous sea views while trying to navigate between rockscapes, plants and water features.
The course was really clean and well maintained and such a nice place to spend a couple of hours. The staff were so lovely £5 for adults and £4 for children I think it’s a really affordable way to pass an afternoon.
We really enjoyed our game of golf, although there was a little cheating and maybe a little too much being competitive! But luckily there were snacks and refreshments available at the shop, so we could take a little time out and enjoy an ice cream. There’s also a sheltered seating area if you need a little break from the sun.
If you’re planning on visiting Margate, this is definitely something I’d recommend doing. There’s plenty of summer holiday left for day trips to the beach, so if you’re running out of ideas to keep the kids busy, this is a great place to start.
I’ve got lots more Margate content coming up very soon, we packed so much into our visit! We made so many happy memories in the three days we were there and it was my first trip alone with the girls. I just can’t wait to go back with Rob and challenge him to a game of golf!
Find out more on the Strokes Adventure Gold website.
*Thank you so much to Visit Thanet and Strokes Adventure Golf for providing a complimentary game of mini golf in return for this blog post. All opinions as always are my own.
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