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Staying with a host family will allow you to get maximum benefit out of your stay. This option, chosen by the vast majority of MLC students, allows you to discover the British culture and to practise English daily. All of the families are selected with care by our partner school. The vast majority of the families are situated only a few minutes' walking distance away from the school. A local area bus pass is provided for students who are staying outside the Margate postcode area. You will stay in a single room with half board provided during the week and full board at weekends. All of our host family accommodation has got Wi-Fi available.
Culver House residence
For more independent students, the school offers accommodation in "Culver House", situated only a stone's throw away from the school. This beautiful house was completely renovated in 2005 and offers maximum comfort. Staying in a single or double room - if you are travelling as a couple or with a friend -, you will find a TV and video and a private bathroom. The residence makes a WiFi Internet connection, a kitchen with complete and modern equipment and a garden in a private courtyard available to you. It is important to book this accommodation option in advance because the number of places is limited.
Margate Language Centre makes it a point of honour to develop a rich and varied social life for its students. The Hawley Club, open to both students and teachers, is an ideal place to meet, talk, have fun and relax between classes, during meal breaks, in the afternoons and evenings. To complement the vast choice of sports activities that you will find in Margate, such as bowling, tennis, golf, horse riding, sailing, jet skiing and other water sports, our partner school regularly organises half or full day excursions to enable students to discover or revisit Ramsgate, Brighton, Cambridge, Oxford or London. Staying in Margate also gives you the opportunity to take long walks along the coast, to have a beer at the “Tartar Frigate” in Broadstairs (Charles Dickens’ favourite pub) and listen to a weather-beaten fisherman’s extraordinary tales of the sailors who were his ancestors, in a language imbued with salty sea spray and the great open air.