Dymchurch, Romney Marsh
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Family break with the dog 5/5
There is nothing we could fault with this beautiful cottage. Style, position, location, all great. So close to the beach that you can hear the sea. On the map it looks close to the main road but it's nicely tucked away so that traffic can't be heard. It's a very cozy cottage with lots of atmosphere. The dog loved it because of the large fully enclosed garden. It has everything there you're likely to need. Just a short walk along a flat promenade from the village, pubs, restaurants and takeaways. We treated ourselves to a huge seafood platter from The Boathouse Fisheries in St Mary's Bay, less than 3 miles away. Ready within an hour and simply a divine feast! It's ideal for a small family holiday or a romantic getaway - comfort from the moment we entered. If you're unsteady on your feet the steps at the back of the garden to the sea wall could be a struggle, as could the internal stairs BUT the owner has thought of everything and on both of these sets of steps there's two hand rails and the internal stairs are well lit (with one bedroom on the ground floor you may not even need that). I only wish short stays were available as we'd be there more often. WE WILL RETURN - thank you for sharing this lovely cottage with those of us who stay there.
Carol Wyncoll (mcfadden) | 24 July 2023
A little gem of a place 4.8/5
A quaint property by the sea wall, which was perfectly situated for our stay in Kent. We wanted for nothing during our stay in this property; the hosts have thought of everything. It was cosy and very comfortable with a great garden to relax in and enjoy the sea air. The upstairs bedrooms are perfect for children and young adults. If youre staying in this part of the world; I can highly recommend this property and our hosts.
Tracey Oxley-Haines | 15 July 2023
A beautiful peaceful place to stay, with places of interest all around 4.8/5
Darling cottage, everything there for our comfort. I would recommend to others. I do not wish to submit one hundred words!
Cheryl Vick | 22 October 2022