Hythe is one of those places that is a bit of a secret along the Kent coast. Its very name is the “landing place” and historically a major port on the English Channel. Since those days, the harbour has silted up so it no longer functions as the busy port it once was, but it is a popular seaside town with all sorts of activities and amenities, perfect now for those precious holiday getaways.
Culture and castles can be found here as well as, Port Lympne the wildlife reserve that sits beside Lympne Castle. The views across to France are spectacular down at the pebble bay. Hythe is the Northern Terminus of the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway which runs through Romney Marsh to the wild shingle peninsular that is Dungeness.
The summer brings life to the canal with the hire of river boats for couples and small families to enjoy – you can also grab a cone on your way via the resident ice cream van.
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