Aldington, Romney Marsh
The Romney is a rare find for glampers, suitable for love birds with the outdoor bath and double bed and also suitable for families or friends to share a hut for up to 4 all under one roof! Located in the most stunning location on the Romney Marsh surrounded by sheep and lambs! Sit back and relax and enjoy the wonderful views whilst in the stunning outside bath. The children will also have fun feeding the lambs in Spring, and watching them hop and skip in the surrounding fields. For those chillier nights the cosy woodburning stove will keep you all warm, or snuggle up under a blanket outside with the fire pit roaring and watch the mesmerising star filled skies. With so many wonderful activities nearby, and the coast on your doorstep you’ll find it hard to leave!
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The Romney: sleeps upto 4 (2 adults and 1 teenager, or 2 adults and 2 small children)
Living area with wood burning stove, wooden folding table and chairs for 2
Kitchen with 2 ring electric hob, fridge, sink, toaster, Nespresso coffee machine
Sleeping area with doube bed and bunk beds for children, underbed storage, coat rail, double aspect windows with blinds.lShower Room with an overhead shower, wash basin, heated towel rail, w.c.
There is so much to see and do in this area of Kent. The nearby Royal Military Canal was built to defend England during the Napoleonic wars and is now a perfect place for a relaxing walk whilst spotting kingfishers and other water birds. Romney Marsh itself is a wonderful place for bird and wildlife spotting. RSPB at Dungeness, the oldest of their reserves is also a fantastic spot for ornithologists. For history lovers the Historic Lympne Castle is nearby, as well as Port Lympne Wildlife Reserve. There's no need to bring your own bikes as you can hire bikes from Channel Bike Hire who will deliver to your accommodation free of charge - please ask for further details. For some retail therapy visit Hythe, one of the original Cinque Ports with its long high street of local shops, or for a day at the beach head to Dymchurch less than 4 miles away.
Amazing place 5/5
Such a beautiful place, surrounded by peace and beautiful scenery. There are so many homely extra touches provided such a jam, bread, milk, and wine and the owners are attentive and welcoming which made the stay feel so much more personal. Beautiful sunset from the huts. Being surrounded by the sheep with all there is also a bonus. Cant wait to book again!
Charley Williamson | 22 May 2023
Romney Shepherds Hut 4.8/5
Beautiful shepherds hut, clean, well stocked and in a great location. Children were invited to feed the lambs which was an added bonus. Minor points - Microwave should be added to the list of facilities. Slippers are mentioned but we didn't find any. It would be nice if the toiletries were replenished on turnover. It states that it sleeps 4! We were two adults and two children (7yrs & 3yrs) and one of us had to top and tail with the children on the larger bottom bunk. The photo is a little deceiving as the top bunk is only a single size. With there being no safety rail on the top bunk we couldn't risk putting a child up there. Luckily our children are only small, had they been teenagers we couldn't have stayed. So it needs to be clear that this hut is more suited to three people.
Eve Kindred | 12 April 2023
Overnight family stay 5/5
We had a fantastic stay, the room decor was fantastic and clean. The views and surroundings incredible. We will recommend and come back ourselves. We had the breakfast add on, the sausages, bacon and eggs were top quality. The only small constructive criticism that I can think of would be the bread, a nice crusty loaf or sour dough would take this to the next level.
William Freeman | 13 September 2022