Greatstone, Nr Dungeness
With panoramic views over the Kent coastline, stretching from the White Cliffs of Dover across to the pebbles of Dungeness Nature Reserve, with the twinkling lights of France in the distance, sits the stunning, beachfront holiday home Xanadune. With a gate leading directly onto the pebbles and sands of Greatstone beach, what better place to come together with family, friends, and even furry companions to rejuvenate in the fresh seaside air, and with five bedrooms and bathrooms, there's plenty of room for everyone to relax and unwind in style.
Seamlessly blending with the outdoors through large bi-folding doors, the open plan living area provides the perfect space for family or friends to gather, with stunning, handmade kitchen at the heart. Keen cooks will be in their element, whilst others can gather and discuss plans for the weekend or week ahead. When evening descends, the upstairs living area commands the most glorious backdrop of the sea, with large corner sofa for comfortable evenings in. Each with their own ensuite, the five bedrooms are beautifully spacious, offering a welcome retreat to sink into a deep slumber after a day soaking up the seaside air on the dunes of Greatstone beach. Ascend to the top floor, where you will be greeted by the very best of the sea views, stretching along the Kent coastline, what better backdrop to wake up to.
Created with outdoor living in mind, the garden has been fantastically designed to enjoy come Summer or Winter. With a beautiful gazebo that offers a truly special spot for meals and drinks alfresco, designed by the wonderful owners with a rustic, hand-built outdoor kitchen and bar area, complete with built-in gas BBQ grill and fridge. Children can stretch their legs in the seaside air in the enclosed lawn, mature garden, or with adults in tow step through the gate onto the long-stretch of pebble and sand beach, with the rolling sand dunes moments away.
Whether you are dreaming of long walks on the beach, swimming in the sea, or playing with the dogs in the sand, this exquisite beachfront abode has something for everyone to create wonderful memories together on the beautiful Kent coast.
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Xanadune: sleeps 10 (plus 2 children aged under 10) in 5 bedrooms and 5 ensuite bathrooms
Open plan living area with underfloor heating & bi-folding full height doors to the garden:
Kitchen with Rangemaster, oven, dishwasher, microwave, fridge freezer and large island
Sofa seating with smart television with Sky TV
Dining area with table and chairs seating 10
Utility room with washing machine and tumble drier
Bedroom 1 (sleeps 2) in King size bed, ensuite shower room
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2) in King size bed, ensuite bathroom with freestanding bath and separate shower
Sitting room with full height sliding doors, large corner sofa seating for all 10 guests, bean bags, smart television with Sky TV, bar area with Grind coffee machine and fridge, balcony with stunning beach and sea views
Bedroom 3 (sleeps 2) in King size bed, ensuite shower room
Bedroom 4 (sleeps 2) in King size bed, ensuite shower room
Bedroom 5 (sleeps 2) in King size bed with panoramic sea views, ensuite shower room
Enclosed mature garden with lawn, and patio areas with outdoor sofa seating
Large gazebo with alfresco dining seating 10, outdoor kitchen and bar with fridge, ice maker and built-in gas BBQ grill
Lockable gate leading directly onto the pebble and sand Greatstone beach
Private parking for 4 cars
High speed Wi-Fi
Central heating & underfloor heating in open plan living area/utility room
Greatstone-on-Sea is a small coastal village located in the Shepway district of Kent, England. It is situated on the Romney Marsh, a unique and beautiful area of flat, low-lying land that stretches from Kent to Sussex.The village is known for its long, sandy beach, which is backed by dunes and overlooked by the imposing presence of the Dungeness nuclear power station to the west. The beach is popular with families and is a great spot for swimming, sunbathing, and picnicking.In addition to the beach, Greatstone-on-Sea has a number of other attractions for visitors. The Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, a miniature steam railway, has a station in the village and provides a scenic and unique way to explore the area. The nearby Dungeness National Nature Reserve is a must-visit for nature lovers, with its diverse range of plants and wildlife.For those interested in history, Greatstone-on-Sea is located close to a number of interesting sites, including the medieval town of Rye, the ancient city of Canterbury, and the stunning Leeds Castle.The village itself has a small selection of shops, cafes, and restaurants, as well as a popular pub, The Pilot Inn, which offers great food and drink with views out over the sea.Overall, Greatstone-on-Sea is a fantastic destination for a seaside holiday, offering a unique mix of natural beauty, history, and entertainment.