Home to an architect and an artist, our spacious apartment is located in Love Lane in the heart of Margate’s Old Town in a historic, flint-walled “Dutch house”, with cafes, restaurants and vintage shops on the doorstep; just two minutes’ walk to the sea and in close proximity to all the cultural and outdoors activities of the town.
The apartment is in a building which is nearly 300 years old, so you need to be gentle with it. Many of the fixtures and fittings are fragile and need to be used with care.
We ask you to please respect our upstairs neighbours' right to a quiet life.
We also ask that guests are mindful that sunscreen and makeup may stain the white laundry and soft furnishings in the apartment, especially in the bedroom, and we ask you to take extra special care to avoid this where possible. We provide body and hand wash, makeup remover pads and cotton balls.
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Hello, I'm Carlos, a Margate-based Colombian artist working in the fields of performing and visual arts, heritage activism, pedagogy and curating. My work happens often outside Margate and UK, so our flat is often empty for you to stay in and help keep the plants watered. You may hear from either me or my architect husband Sam about the arrangements.
If you are interested you can see both of our work in our websites Carlos Maria Romero and Sam Causer, where you will find other local interiors and architecture projects he has done. Sam's practice specialises in heritage, that is something both of us have a passion for. We also love our town and we work hard to keep it unique, fair and diverse.
We are founders of Margate Coastal Park Promotion Group, a not-for-profit community group which aims are to develop a shared understanding of the history and significance of the continuous stretch of open space that lines the coast of Margate, including its potential as a heritage site of international importance and its value as a public park and amenity; and to celebrate and connect the diversity of contemporary user-groups associated with the Coastal Park, working with them to develop a shared agenda for the protection and enhancement of this public space and the rights and well-being of the community.