Where to go in Thorpe Bay

With its range of beautiful period properties to contemporary homes, we think Thorpe Bay is a charming place to live. Plus, there is plenty to see and do around the area to suit your lifestyle, whether you’re a family, couple or entertaining friends.

We love Thorpe Bay for its eclectic range of independent shops, restaurants and seaside activities, not to mention its convenient mainline transport links to London. It’s easy to see why it’s become such a popular location for our clients.


The Broadway is the hub of the local community. We should know – our Thorpe Bay Office is based there! Located opposite Thorpe Bay railway station, the Broadway is home to a range of cafés, a selection of restaurants to suit your taste, independent gift shops, florists and convenience stores.

Go further afield from the Broadway to find even more places to eat and drink. As we discussed in a previous post, the Roslin Hotel on the seafront is fantastic, offering idyllic views over the beach from the restaurant.

Thorpe Bay Beach is also a must-visit, having won both the Blue Flag and Quality Coast awards. It’s safe for families to explore, whether it’s to relax by the beach huts or get involved with water sports. You can find out more about what activities at Thorpe Bay Beach here.

Our local knowledge here at Home is second to none. The Thorpe Bay team have years of experience in the local property market, to help make buying or selling your home as smooth as possible.

So, for expert advice on property in Thorpe Bay and the surrounding areas, get in touch with a member of the team. You can contact the Thorpe Bay Office on 01702 588885.



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