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Action Watersports, located on a purpose built, freshwater lake in Lydd on Romney Marsh, offers waterskiing, wakeboarding, barefoot and jetskiing.
Ales By The Rails
Locally brewed beer seemed a natural pairing for the famous steam train that winds along Romney Marsh under big skies. So Romney Marsh Brewery has teamed up with the RH&DR Railway to create 'Ales by the Rails' – a new brewery beer garden in the grounds of the railway’s Dungeness Station. 'Ales by the Rails' is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12 noon throughout the summer months.
Self Catering - Amberley Cottage offers self-catering accommodation for family holidays in a prime position on the sea front at Dymchurch. There are four bedrooms: two with double beds, one with twin beds and one with bunk beds.
The Romney Marsh is one of the country's best areas for stargazing due to its wide horizons and lack of light pollution. Romney Marsh juts out into the English Channel and is often cloud free; you can often see clouds building up further inland whilst the sky here remains clear. Due to the low population density there is little light pollution from local sources. Inland and away from the coastal strip the sky at night can be really good for astronomy. The Milky Way can be seen easily along with distant objects such as galaxies and star clusters.
The Bailiffs Sergeant is the only pub in St Mary's Bay, located in Jefferstone Lane opposite the village hall. The Bailiffs Sergeant is a friendly spirited pub at the hub of the local community, as it provides not only hospitality, but also post office and cashpoint services. It serves a range of Kent brewer Shepherd Neame beers. The pub offers plenty of entertainment - at least once a fortnight there is either live music in a variety of genres or a very popular karaoke night see website below. There are darts, pool, cards and board games too for day to day entertainment while a real fire and a large garden add to the comfortable ambience.
This restaurant offers fish and chips, as well as other main meals and snacks - all freshly cooked and ready to be enjoyed with a side of sea air, or inside the attractive restaurant. Following an extensive renovation, this venue has got a smart new look and provides a bright, welcoming environment in which locals and tourists can enjoy a real traditional treat any day of the week.
This spacious, light-filled terraced property overlooks the beach in the popular seaside village of Greatstone-on-Sea. With beautiful sea views, this delightful cottage is the perfect place for exploring the beauty of the area and sleeps four people – ideal for family getaways or romantic couple’s retreats. Why not round off an exciting day with some alfresco dining in the sunlit courtyard garden as your listen to the waves break on the shore?
Beach Reach is a great family friendly holiday cottage sleeping eight, with a stunning sandy beach and lots of wonderful attractions on your doorstep, in Greatstone.
The Marsh has four of the finest beaches in Kent, sandy beaches at Dymchurch, Greatstone and St Mary's Bay, and the shingle beach at Dungeness. Click on 'Website' for more information.
Well maintained 3 bedroomed bungalow situated in a peaceful road, near to the sea and golf course.
Set in the heart of the beautiful Romney Marsh, this mellow tile-hung inn of 1546 is neatly located next to St George's Church and is sometimes known as the `Stained Glass Windows' because of this proximity. The pub has not always been as cosy as it is today. The owlers and smugglers would give a hostile welcome to strangers drinking there - not surprising considering the nearby church was blatantly used as a warehouse for contraband. The Bell offers a wealth of good food and well kept beers, Mark and Vanda welcome you to their home. The Bell Inn has won CAMRA's Pub of the Year for the Ashford, Folkestone & Romney Marsh in 2016, 2013, 2011 and 2010, plus they were runners up in 2012
Romney Marsh is an excellent place for seeing and watching birds. The Marshes large expanses of countryside criss crossed with dykes, farmland, lakes, coastline, sea and Dungeness Point, attract a large variety of birds. The coastline has formed over the past 5,000 years and continues to evolve. Wetlands extend across the area with shingle beaches, saltmarsh, saline lagoons, grazing marsh, gravel pits and intertidal mud and sand flats.
Botolphs Bridge Inn
This remote inn takes its unusual name from a 7th century saint who, according to legend, lived and died here. The pub sign illustrates the story of St Botolph's burial, when a group of monks had to remove his body for protection from marauding Vikings. The pub's connection to the local sheep farming industry is in evidence too, with even the toilet signs indicating Ewes and Rams! Botolphs Bridge Inn is a quaint family run pub and restaurant on the Marsh. They offer freshly prepared home style cooking, including a traditional Sunday roast, as well as Cask Marque accredited quality cask ales, lagers or a glass of fine wine. In the winter there is an open fire.
Brenzett, including Brenzett Green, is a small village on Romney Marsh three miles west of New Romney. It is within Shepway District Council's area and Brenzett has 379 residents and covers 1,090.61 Hectares (data from 2011 Census). The Parish Clerk is Judith Batt, who can be contacted as below.
The Britannia Inn is a renowned pub and restaurant serving fish & chips and other home cooked food. A two minute walk from the beach at Dungeness, via a walkway opposite, this fantastic pub is in the heart of Dungeness estate, a Site of Special Scientific Interest and home to some extremely rare wildlife. The pub is sited between the two Dungeness lighthouses and within a few minutes walk of the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, which dates from 1927.
The Broadacre is situated in a quiet street parallel to the high street of New Romney. Originally built as a farmhouse, the main entrance and six of the nine bedrooms are believed to have been built in the 17th Century. The remaining three bedrooms, in a converted cottage date from the 1860’s.
A spacious detached sea front bungalow with splendid sea view, totally refurbished in 2009. It is suitable for disabled people and wheelchairs.
Brookland is a village and civil parish in the Shepway district of Kent, England, about five miles west of New Romney. According to the 2011 census it has a population of 479 residents (cf. 453 in 2001). It is located on the A259 road in Romney Marsh. The Parish Clerk is Judith Batt, who can be contacted as below.
Bucket & Spade Coffee Shop
The Bucket & Spade Coffee Shop is a family run coffee shop located next to Dymchurch beach just off the High Street The menu includes includes freshly made sandwiches, toasties, paninis, baguettes, jacket potatoes and more... They offer a children's meal deal. Coffee is fresh from an Espresso machine.
Dymchurch modern 3 bedroomed child friendly detached bungalow, just minutes from the sandy beach. This well-equipped bungalow sleeps 5 plus baby and with double glazing and gas fired central heating makes an ideal location any time of year. There is off road parking and a garage ideal for storing bikes etc. With beach toys, dvd’s, books and boxed toys there is enough to keep children occupied regardless of the weather. The property is in walking distance of the village with its range of shops and restaurants. One small dog considered.
Burmarsh is a small village, three miles west of Hythe.
The Captain Howey Hotel has a large, bright and comfortable bar area where you can lay back and relax in one of the large leather sofas, sit around one of the tables placed in the lower, quieter area or at the bar on one of the high stools. There is a large screen television showing either sport, or one of the many music channels available on Sky television. All hotel rooms have been recently refurbished and have an en-suite shower room; flat screen digital TV with Freeview (100+ channels); stable, free WiFi access; tea & coffee making facilities and to guarantee a good nights rest, an orthopedic mattress. The price of your room also includes a full English breakfast.
Castaways offer 6 en-suite guest bedrooms sleeping up to 11 guests. Enjoy magnificent sea views over the English Channel with the beach to front and shingle to rear within the Dungeness National Nature Reserve and the Hythe and Dymchurch steam train passes to the rear.
Located on the main road leading into New Romney, Chapel Cottage is a superbly appointed and stylish ‘premier’ house constructed in 2010. It has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and sleeps 4.
Romney Marsh is renown for its rural historic churches. There are fourteen scattered across the Marsh, with St Thomas à Becket at Fairfield the most iconic. Marooned amid the landscape without a graveyard or fence to keep the sheep from grazing up to its door, it is all that's left of a mediaeval village.
Delightful and spacious bungalow with 3 bedrooms, one with en-suite shower, w/c. Situated on the main coast road having views of the foreshore and the White Cliffs of Dover.
Cinque Ports Arms
The Cinque Ports were a federation of south-eastern ports, the original five being Hastings, New Romney, Hythe, Dover and Sandwich. It was built in the 18th century, probably on the foundations of an earlier building. The building of whitewashed brickwork, deep-pitched roof and rooms with low, beamed ceilings, has barely changed for over 100 years. The Cinque Ports Arms is a cosy and friendly, welcoming public house with a wealth of oak beams serving up to 4 ever-changing real ales.
City of London
Originally called 'The Seawall Tavern', this was a 16th Century inn. During a storm in 1775, a ship called City of London was blown ashore and collided with the inn, causing substantial damage. The ship's figurehead and timbers were used to repair the building, and the name was changed to reflect this. The pub remains a memorial to those who died in the 1775 storm, and it is well worth a visit, both for its historical interest and for its food and drink. The public house is mentioned in the Dr Syn novels.
Coach House Coffee Shop
The Coach House Coffee Shop provides a wide range of sandwiches, cakes and hot snacks including jacket potatoes, home made soup, lasagne, toasted sandwiches, bacon and sausage baguettes. The sandwiches are made fresh everyday, using their own cooked meat all their own fillings, and all the cakes are homemade. They also have an extensive range of homemade food; for a full menu please visit their website. They sell a full range of Italian coffees and hot chocolate. All products are also available for take away. They can also provide sandwich platters, canapés and cake platters for any occasion, big or small. Opening times are: Mon to Sat: 8.00am to 5.00pm and Sun 9.00am to 3.00pm
A detached family bungalow with superb sea views across the Romney Bay. 3 bedrooms, lounge/diner, modern kitchen.
A terraced house over 3 floors, situated in a quiet position overlooking Littlestone Golf Course and within a short walking distance of the beach.
Corner House Tea Rooms and Restaurant
Serves breakfast until 11am then are open 12:00 - 18:00 for lunches, afternoon tea, and dinner.
Costa Coffee outlet in New Romney High Street. Open 6.30am to 7pm Monday to Friday, 7am to 7pm on Saturday and 8am to 6pm on Sunday.
Cowzonee’s Pizzeria is a modern yet traditional Pizzeria with fresh ingredients chopped and sourced daily! Serving the favorites you all know along side modern twists. They make their own dough every day and chop the freshest ingredients daily also. The restaurant sits 30 and they offer a full delivery service across Romney Marsh and west Hythe.
An immaculately presented bespoke twin bed B&B with en suite, featuring a large shower. Located facing the Championship Links Littlestone , Kent Golf Club. Twin Room includes continental breakfast. Facilities include; kettle, small fridge , heating , TV, WI-FI and toaster. Parking available. Private Entrance
Curry Lounge serves contemporary Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine in a friendly, welcome ambience. Traditional favourite dishes are complemented by our chefs' special recipes on our rich, varied menu. Opening times are: Mon to Sun: 11.30am to 2.00pm and 5.30pm to 11.30pm
The Romney Marsh is an excellent place to explore by bicycle, given it's flat and unique landscape, and there are plenty of places to cycle in the countryside and on the Romney Marsh coast.
Dean Court Bed & Breakfast is a Victorian farmhouse located on a working farm in the middle of Romney Marsh, near the village of Brookland. They have three ensuite guests bedrooms. Two kingsize and one double. all rooms have TV, tea and coffee making facilities and WiFi.
Deblyns is a traditional teashop and courtyard garden located in New Romney Hight Street. Run by sisters Lynn and Deb, Deblyns offers early morning snacks, teas & coffee, light lunches, afternoon tea, homemade cakes & scones, traditional cream teas, special ‘Vintage’ afternoon teas, children’s teas and tea parties for special occasions. Summer opening times are: Tuesday to Saturday 9am to 4.30pm
Greek restaurant. Opening times are: Mon to Sun: 12 noon to 3.00pm and 6.00pm to 11.00pm
Newly opened in September 2017 in Littlestone serving sundaes, ice cream, waffles, crepes, cakes, milkshakes. Offers a modern twist on traditional afternoon tea. A selection of finger sandwiches, petit fours, macarons. Scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam and a choice of refillable teas. £11.00 per head. Booking required.
Traditional pub on the edge of Lydd town. A timber-framed listed building built in the 18 century. There are two bar areas, one a traditional public bar and the other a lounge area with a tv.
Dormer Cottages are two adjoining cottages of a row of four low roofed terraced cottages. Number 27 is a Grade II listed cottage that how now been fully refurbished as self catering holiday accommodation but still retains its historic charm. It has 2 double bedrooms (4 people) whilst the adjoining no. 25 has 4 bedrooms (7 people). The cottages are interlinked via the garden.
Dunes View is a recently renovated beach front home, featuring open plan living accommodation, clean modern décor and a wealth of features to make the most of beach front living. It has 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom with spectacular sea views and direct private beach access.
The stark wild beauty and distinctive character of this shingle desert engenders feelings of awe, wonder and curiosity. Dungeness lies on a headland on the south Kent coast formed largely of a shingle beach in the form of a foreland, between New Romney, Lydd and Camber on Romney Marsh. It shelters a large area of the low-lying land Romney Marsh.
Dungeness B Power Station Visitor Centre
Dungeness B Power Station has an award winning visitor centre. The centre gives the opportunity for members of the public to enjoy the interactive exhibition zone and embark on a guided site tour to see the plant in operation.
Dungeness Fish Hut
The Dungeness Fish Hut Snack Shack is where you can enjoy the days catch freshly cooked up for you to take away. Fresh lobster rolls, crab rolls, homemade fish cakes and our famous fish baps are our speciality. Everything made from the freshest possible produce caught from our own boats. This is beach food at its best! Opening times are: They open once the boats are back from sea.
Here you will find the work of local Dungeness photographer, Chris Shore, and watercolour artist Helen Taylor. Please follow the links to the left and right to view information on the gallery, its location and exhibitors.
Dungeness Open Studios
Two beautiful studios, open to the public all year, are on the West-side beach. The studios are run by the artist Paddy Hamilton, who has extensive experience of solo and collaborative shows and events, curating and managing exhibitions and producing commissioned work on given themes.
Dymchurch Amusement Park
Dymchurch Amusement Park offers you a fun day out for the kids. Located in the centre of Dymchurch, right next to the beach, the park has a great choice of rides and large amusements.
Dymchurch village lies between New Romney and Hythe on the coast. The Parish Clerk is Gill Smith, who can be contacted as below
Holiday Park located to the west of Dymchurch high street. Set in a quiet spot near the coast, it’s the perfect base for exploring the region’s attractions.
Fish & Peri
Fish & Peri in New Romney High Street offers a menu which is an inspired mix of favourite foods, ranging from traditional fish & chips, battered seafood and meat pies to authenitic char grilled steak, lamb, chicken and tuna, which can also be spiced up with a peri peri marinade. All of their peri peri chicken dishes are cooked in a marinade of your choice, ranging from mild & fruity to super hot! Opening times are: Mon to Sat: 12 noon to 9.30pm Sun: 12 noon to 8.00pm
Romney Marsh is excellent both for coarse fishing on its numerous lakes and the Royal Military Canal, and sea fishing, from both beaches and charter boat.
Fleur De Lis By Michelle
Delicatessen and cafe specialising in using only organic and free range ingredients sourced locally, we provide everything from the usual and simple cookie to the sophisticated and time consuming French macaron. With seating for coffee, cakes and lunches.
We are a family run business with a warm and welcoming approach. The George Hotel comprises of 9 guest rooms varying in price, bar food and restaurant dining, also two separate bars with a large beer garden. We are situated in the town of Lydd on the High Street near to Lydd airport, dungeoness power station and camber sands beach. Bar food and restaurant served Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri and Sat from 12pm til 9pm. Carvery served Sunday 12pm til 5pm.
Romney Marsh has three golf clubs, Littlestone Golf Club, Littlestone Warren Golf Club and Lydd Golf Club. All three clubs welcome visitors.
Greatstone Lakes are located to the west of the village of Greatstone. The two lakes, known as the north and south lakes, are man made in so far as they are old gravel pits. In the 1970s the extraction of the gravel on the now nature reserve was an important industry, supplying gravel for sea defences and road building, amongst other things.
Greatstone Sand Dunes
The sand dunes at Greatstone are typical coastal sand dunes. Sand dunes are small ridges or hills of sand found at the top of a beach, above the usual maximum reach of the waves. The dunes at Greatstone run parallel to the coastline, separating the beach and sea from the land, along almost the whole length of Greatstone.
Greycot has all the nostalgia of a 1930’s Enid Blyton seaside holiday – this Kent holiday cottage is located in the most perfect position. A stroll to the end of the garden, through the garden gate onto the promenade and straight on the beach…. Just perfect…. Greycot has 3 bedrooms, sleeps 6 (5 + 1), 2 bathrooms, log burner, TV, DVD player and Wifi throughout. There are sea views from many of the rooms. Greycot is a perfect base for a relaxing holiday in this unspoilt and beautiful corner of the UK.
The Guljar Tandoori offers Indian and Bangladeshi fine dining experience in Lydd. You cane enjoy traditional Indian food in this contemporary style restaurant. The concept of Samrat Tandoori arose from a need to challenge the current norm in local dining scene with several years of business experience. Opening Times: Sunday to Thursday :12-2pm, 5.30pm-11.30pm Friday and Saturday 5.30- Midnight
Haguelands Village offers fun for the whole family. Come along any day of the year and you’ll always find something to do. Meet the Alpacas, take cookery classes, ride on a tractor trailer around the farm, sample delicious fresh Kent produce in the Bistro, browse our fantastic Craft Fair, sample any of our amazing local produce from our extensive Farm Shop
Self catering cottage, sleeping four, is in a spectacular position on the beach at Dungeness.
Hermitage Garden Cottage
Self contained rustic cottage consisting of a double bedroom, bathroom with toilet, shower and vanity sink.
Seasonal touring caravan and camping tent pitches on a site with fishing lakes and nature walks.
Cafe at the New Romney station on the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway. Serves hot and cold drinks and a selection of snacks.
Romney Marsh has many historic buildings and structures providing a picture of life on the Marsh over the centuries and during times of war.
Honeychild Manor Farm
Honeychild Manor Farm, an elegant Georgian farmhouse, is located in the peaceful countryside of Romney Marsh about four miles from the coast. The farm is situated just outside of St Mary in the Marsh and surrounded by fields.
Ivychurch village is located three miles north-west of New Romney. The parish is huge and spreads across the Marsh to the boundary between Kent and East Sussex, with only 50% of whom live in Ivychurch village. The Parish Clerk is Julie Devenish, who can be contacted via the website below.
Jessamine Guest House & Caravan Park
Jessamine Guest House & Caravan Park is a guest house and caravan park situated in Old Romney. Ours is a popular location to enjoy all that the local and surrounding areas have to offer. Our park also includes a wide range of facilities, including dedicated showering, electrical charging points and toilet blocks. We make every effort to ensure your stay with us is as enjoyable as possible; our dedicated team of staff are always on hand to provide any additional advice and assistance, alongside ensuring all of our facilities of the highest quality and standard, we are available 24/7 so please don't hesitate to contact us at a time that suits you.
Jesson Court is a small holiday park located about 1 mile inland from the beach at St Mary's Bay.
Jo's cafe is located just off the A259 between New Romney and Rye. Summer opening hours are: Weekdays 8am to 3pm. Weekends & BHs 8am to 4pm
The Jolly Fisherman is the pub for the people who live and work in, and visit, Greatstone and the surrounding area. There is a restaurant, bar food, tv, pool table and regular live entertainment. Open from 12 noon everyday.
Kate's Bistro is an exciting restaurant located in the heart of Burmarsh, Haguelands Village. Kate serves up a menu including a hearty breakfast menu, with a full English breakfast available Monday to Saturday until 12pm. The lunch menu offers a range of cold and hot dishes, including rustic sandwiches and jacket potatoes, our very popular Korkers hotdog and homemade quiches and pastries.
Located in New Romney High Street, La Vinci opened in 2014 offering Italian cuisine. Opening times are: Open 7 days a week: 12.00 - 15.00 & 18.00 - 22.00
Greatstone beach, on the south east coast of the Marsh, is one of the finest land yachting sites in the UK, with a long, wide stretch of beautiful flat sand that gives you all the space you need.
Lathe Barn tea rooms is where you can sample good old-fashioned food prepared to a very high standard. Enjoy light lunches of crispy salads, jacket potatoes, ploughman's with warm crusty bread and a selection of toasted sandwiches. Follow this with one of their ice-cream sundae's or delicious homemade puddings. Afternoon teas of home baked scones and cakes, free-range eggs, local strawberries and ice-cold milk shakes are a real treat. Special children's teas are available for younger visitors.
Light Railway Cafe
The 'Light Railway Café' at Dungeness RH&DR Station is open every day the trains are running and, during the winter, on Saturdays and Sundays (10.00am to 3.30pm). Famous for its locally sourced Fish, the cafe serves a full menu along with snacks, confectionery and beverages.
A delightful spacious 4 bedroomed family house with enclosed gardens, opposite the famous Littlestone Golf Club House and near to the beach.
A delightful and spacious upper ground floor Victorian 2 bedroomed apartment is refurbished to a high standard and offers splendid sea views.
The Littlestone Hotel has 19 self-contained Studios and offers you a friendly and familiar atmosphere. All the Studios are non-smoking and equipped with a television.
Lydd Air operates from Lydd Airport, just north of Lydd. They provide regular services to France, leisure flights, flying with a fighter and charter flights.
Lydd Kart Circuit
Lydd Kart Circuit has a 1040m, MSA licensed track and offers karting for children from 4 years old (subject to height restrictions). They run an Independent Race Meeting on the 2nd Sunday of each month, providing Owner/Drivers with the chance to go Club Racing once a month in a friendly family atmosphere. These meetings cater for kids from 5 years old (in Bambino karts) and then range through various Cadet classes to Junior Subaru, Mini Max, Junior Max, ProKarts, Rotax Max & Rotax Max 177 . Their Hire Kart fleet ranges from Bambinos (available for kids of 6 years and over, provided they are at least 1 meter tall), through single-engine Cadet and Junior chassis to twin-engine ProKarts for the Adults (over 16 years). They welcome bookings from individuals or groups and, although we have a list of basic events on the Arrive & Drive page, we can also tailor an event to suit your requirements. We advise pre-booking for busier times, most notably weekends and school holidays, but can offer Arrive & Drive on many days throughout the year. We can offer one-to-one tuition, kart preparation and kart storage, while the Circuit boasts a well-stocked kart shop – Clarke Karts – selling new and second-hand karts plus spares, oils, racewear, tyres and so on. We also have a Cafeteria which sells hot and cold food (on race days & most weekends), plus hot and cold drinks, chocolate bars and crisps. (The café is open all year round for drinks & confectionery snacks.)
Lydd Parish, the southern most parish in Kent, covers Lydd town and Lydd-on-Sea, Dungeness and part of Greatstone on the coast. The Parish Clerk is Mrs Angela Alexander, who can be contacted as below.
Lydd Speedway is located off the B2075 between Lydd and New Romney. It is a 205m smooth track with banked up corners. They are open every Sunday April to October from noon to 5pm. You have to be a member to ride but you can join on the day and the fees are reasonable.
Lydd Town Museum
Lydd Town Museum reflects much of the history of the area and offers an interesting insight into what is a fascinating part of Kent.
Lympne Castle Cottages
Holiday cottages, based in the grounds of Lympne Castle, have undergone a full refurbishment giving you modern facilities whilst retaining their charm. Pineapple Cottage sleeps 4 and Lambourne sleeps 6 and with extra space easily found for smaller children. There is plenty of room for a discrete couple or the whole family.
The Manor House is a beautifully restored 16th century house which has been lovingly decorated to create a friendly and warm atmosphere. Located in Old Romney, the accommodation consists of two luxurious double bedrooms each with their own private bathroom. A full English breakfast is served in the beautifully beamed and spacious dining room.
The Mansion Hotel is located in the unique and beautiful setting of Port Lympne Reserve which is home to many rare and endangered species. Unwind with unrivalled views across the Romney Marsh and out to the English Channel and wake up to the incredible sounds of exotic wildlife.
Marlie Holiday Park
Marlie enjoys a countryside location just outside New Romney yet is just a short drive from the sea. The entertainment venue room at Marlie has a separate bar and restaurant so you can dance or dine in perfect surroundings whatever you choose. There is a brand new indoor pool and there’s a safe adventure play area for the younger holiday guests.
Located in Dymchurch High Street, The Martello serves fish and chip to takeway or eat in.
Martello Tower No.24
Martello Tower No. 24 in Dymchurch High Street was one of 74 towers built along the south coast between 1805 and 1812 to resist the threatened French invasion. It has been restored to its original design and contains replica gunpowder barrels and a 24 pounder muzzle-loading cannon on the gun platform. Of all the Martello Towers remaining, Martello24 is closest to its original condition and it can been seen as it was when occupied by the military 1806.
Martinfield Manor located on the outskirts of New Romney, stands in it's own walled grounds about 1 1/2 acres with its own swimming pool. All the rooms are en-suite and very comfortably furnished, with colour TV, hot beverage facilities and electric shaver points.
Mary's Tea Rooms
Mary's Tea Rooms is what we imagine an English tea room should be; not a cafe, not a restaurant but a tea room in the true sense. Lace embroiidered tablecloths, china tea cups and saucers, a beautiful white Welsh dresser, pastel walls with low white ceilings makes this an enjoyable and pleasant place to visit. Opening times are: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 10am to 4pm: Saturday and Sunday : 11am to 4pm. Closed on Tuesday.
Mercure Hythe Imperial Hotel
Enjoy Victorian grandeur on the seafront in Hythe. With spectacular views of the Kent coast line and English Channel. The Mercure Hythe Imperial Hotel and Spa is one of the finest hotels of the South East.
Mistral is located right opposite to the beach and one mile from Dungeness. There is 1 large double bedroom can be used as a double or a family room, with an en-suite toilet & shower room, colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities. Its has its own private entrance.
Mortar + Pestle Vegan Tearoom
Located in Dymchurch High Street, this new vegan tearoom is open everyday (including weekends) from 10 - 4 for tea, coffee and cakes with a freshly made soup ready at midday.
Mulberry Cottage B&B is a family home at Littlestone just a few metres from the sea, ideally placed for visitors walking or cycling the coastal route, for golfers (80 metres from Littlestone Golf Club club house) or for classic car enthusiasts arriving from the Continent… or for anyone who just likes to be near the sea! Easy parking, undercover storage (and workshop) for bicycles, motorbikes and golf trolleys.
A superb and spacious detached family 3 bedroomed house having uninterrupted sea views from the first floor open plan living area and balcony.
The Romney Marsh, including Dungeness, is one of the most important wildlife sites in the world - protected at global, European and UK levels. The area is home to species found hardly anywhere else in the UK and is also a crossroads for migrating birds stopping off on their epic global journeys.
The Neptune is a large pub on the main coast road about half-way between Dymchurch village and Hythe. It has a carvery.
New Beach Holiday Park
Large Holiday Park located adjacent to the beach just north of Dymchurch village. The park has many facilities, including a swimming pool which is open to members of the public: 9am to 10am Adults, 10am 1pm and 2 to 4.30pm All. There is a charge.
The New Hall in Dymchurch dates back to the time when Dymchurch was once the headquarters for law and order on the Marsh; the name Dymchurch derives from Deme, mediaeval English for judge or arbiter. It was here where the governors of the Marsh resided (known as The Lord of the Level).
New Romney Caravan Park
New Romney Caravan Park is a quiet and friendly family camping, touring and caravan Park. Situated on 11 acres of natural Park land and just 300 yards from the beach, the Park is ideal for families and is dog friendly. There are electric and non-electric grassy pitches for touring as well as static caravans, a Shepherds Hut, vintage caravans and Yurts available for rent. There is a Clubhouse with wonderful home-cooked food, a coffee shop,free wifi, fire-pits available to hire and wood / charcoal / camping accessories for sale.
New Romney Parish
New Romney Town Council serves the residents of the Parish of New Romney. The Town Council’s main role is to act in the interest of the parish and its residents by making decisions and recommendations that help to improve the local environment and the quality of life of local residents. The Council works in partnership with other organisations, as appropriate, including other tiers of Local Government as well as voluntary and community organisations. The Town Clerk is Catherine Newcombe, who can be contacted as below.
Newchurch House Restaurant
Come into a friendly and cosy atmosphere. Relax in the bar for pre-drinks and study the menus, before being seated at your table with window views across the Romney Marsh. Set menus for special dates and occasions of the year, outside area for afternoon teas and ample off-road parking. Opening times are: Wed to Sat: 12 noon to 2.30pm and 7.00pm to 9.30pm Sun: 12 noon to 4.00pm
Newchurch village is located 3 miles west of Dymchurch. The Parish council usually meets on the first Monday of each month, except August. The council has a total of 5 members, with elections every four years. The next elections are on Thursday May 2nd 2019, and will be administered by Folkestone and Hythe District Council. The Parish Clerk is Michael Sharpe, who can be contacted as below.
Norwood Farm is a quiet family-run site in the heart of the Romney Marsh and is situated on a traditional working sheep farm. There are caravan pitches with electric hook ups and camping pitches. Access to kitchen and modern toilet block
Oasis Cafe is a traditional English cafe run by a team of catering professionals in Old Romney. Providing Hot & Cold Drinks, English Breakfasts & Lunches for local peaople, visitors to the area or those just passing by, so if it's a cup of tea or coffee, a toasted teacake, or a full English or cottage pie, pop in and be sure of a friendly welcome. Home cooked meals and breakfast to order, attention to detail, and excellent customer service - that's what you can expect from Oasis Cafe.
The Ocean Inn is a lovely traditional pub in the quaint village of Dymchurch, found beside the sands on one of Kent's most scenic coastlines. This establishment is locally renowned for its mouth-watering cuisine, refreshing beers and friendly staff. What's more, with the local funfair and world-famous Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway nearby, it makes for a great start, or finish, to a day's exploring. You'll never be short of amusement, thanks to the pub's jukebox, pool table, dart board and regular live music events. At the rear, you'll find the comfortable restaurant-bar with doors leading onto the patio and large beer garden - which is complete with outdoor seating for alfresco dining, as well as a children's play area.
Ocean View Studio
Helen Gillilan’s Ocean View Studio is open on Friday, Saturday and Sundays and during the week whenever possible. Helen opened her studio at Dungeness in April 2017. Helen says about her work: “Each piece of work is a many layered journey, both regarding how the image develops and where the materials will lead me. I have no pre-conceived ideas about form – it’s a partnership between the materials and myself.
The Old Lighthouse at Dungeness offers unique and perfect views over the 500 cuspate shingle ridges (created primarily by long shore drift) that have formed the foreland, one of the largest in the world and the greatest example in the UK.
Old Romney Parish
Old Romney is located some two miles west of New Romney.
Olde Moat House
The Olde Moat House, dating from 1460, is a 5 star (AA) bed and breakfast nestled in the tranquil setting of Romney Marsh. The house stands in 3.5 acres of gardens and paddock and is surrounded by its own moat.
Paddock House B&B is situated on the seafront of Littlestone with views of the sea. It has its own private entrance so you can come and go when ever you like and its own sitting room and private kitchen area.
Domination Paintball now has a new walk on site situated at Haguelands Village near Dymchurch. They will be running every weekend and 7 Days A Week through school holidays, however you can still book half/ whole days with them during the weekdays through prior arrangement. We supply scenario type markers and equipment to make it a day you will remember, and make you want to return again.
Parade Beach House
Four bedroomed house next to the beach and sea, The Parade features 4 bedrooms, with the main bedroom en suite. There is a spacious kitchen with views of the sand dunes. The outdoor dining area is metres from the sand dunes and the sea.
The Pebbles is a family run Guest House situated in an idyllic rural location on Romney Marsh, close to the Royal Military Canal. The accommodation at The Pebbles has been fully and tastefully refurbished in 2017 with all three rooms overlooking the gardens and have their own en-suite shower rooms, tea & coffee facilities, freeview TV, hair dryer and free wifi. Evening meal are available on request. The Pebbles is on cycle and walking routes and there is nearby fishing.
The Pilot Inn is a family run pub and restaurant situated a stones throw (and there's a lot of them around) from the sea, in the heart of the breathtaking Dungeness National Nature Reserve. Steeped in the smuggling history of Romney Marsh, its inception followed the luring aground of the Spanish vessel, Alfresia, in 1633. They murdered the crew and looted the cargo of spirits. The ship was used to build the original Pilot Inn and some of the original timbers remain in the bar today.
Recently (November 2017) re-opened under the new management of New landlord Christopher Waters who is also the Head Chef , the Plough Inn is just outside New Romney on the A259 road to Dymchurch. A real ale pub with food served all day and a carvery on Sunday.
Plovers is a 200 hundred-year-old detached Grade II listed cottage, originally a fisherman's retreat, with off road parking, situated in a quiet location close to the beach at Lydd-on-Sea. There are two en-suite bedrooms, a double and a twin bedded
Port Lympne Reserve
There's an animal for everyone at Port Lympne. The Animal Park houses over 650 rare and endangered animals, set in 600 acres the park, the landscaped gardens take full advantage of the spectacular views of Romney Marsh.
Prospect Cottage was home to Derek Jarman, the well known film director, stage designer, diarist, artist, gardener and author. He is also remembered for his famous shingle cottage-garden, created in the latter years of his life, in the shadow of Dungeness nuclear power station.
Puddock Farm Pine Lodges
Relax and unwind in your own cozy pine log cabin or soak up the sun on your own southerly facing, decked verandah with its open views across fields. Set in a lovely unspoilt corner of Romney Marsh with nothing but sheep and birds for company.
A substantial & lovely detached 3 bedroomed family home offering direct access to the sandy beach.
The 200-year old clock in the taproom is a clue to the age and tradition of this pub. The bar itself is an antique marble slab which has played host to the inn's long association with pre-First World War games such as 'Toad-In-The-Hole', and `Nine Men's Morris'. A game known as `Goal Running' used to be played here too - a 20 or more a side combination of cross-tag, chasing and fist-fights! The pub has been in the same family since 1911 and has remained virtually unchanged since WWII. They don’t sell lager and all the real ales are poured straight from the cask, food consists of crisps and pickled eggs, and the toilets are outside. It’s also one of the few pubs to still open at 11am and close again for the afternoon at 3pm. CAMRA Romney Marsh Pub of the Year for 2015
Romney Bay House Hotel
Romney Bay House Hotel has 10 bedrooms, two with four-poster and two with twin beds. All rooms are en-suite with either views to the sea or over Littlestone golf course. Rooms are individually furnished to a high standard.
Romney Farm is small, quiet and friendly family run farm site, surrounded by open countryside, situated on the Romney Marsh. The location is ideal for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers. There are 50 pitches and 20 electric hook-ups on the grassed camping area. Log cabins are available.There is free wifi, fire-pits and bbqs are available to borrow and they sell charcoal and kiln dried logs for cooking and keeping warm in the evening.
Romney Marsh Visitor Centre
The Romney Marsh Visitor Centre houses fascinating displays depicting the region’s natural and social history, providing opportunities for visitors and locals to discover explore and learn about the Romney Marsh’s landscape and heritage.
Romney Marsh Wartime Collection
Romney Marsh Wartime Collection is a unique collection of wartime remains recovered from aircraft crash sites.
Romney Sands Holiday Park
Located opposite Greatstone's sandy beach and close to all the attractions on Romney Marsh. There is an indoor pool, adventure playground for kids, a fishing lake, entertainment and more.
Indian (Tandoori) restaurant. Every Sunday and Thursday Night Banqueting Special, four Course meal £11.95 per person; applies to dining in the restaurant only. Papdom & Chutneys, Any Choice of Starters, Any choice of main dish, Any choice of side dish, Any choice of rice or nan. (£2.00 Extra for King Prawn & Fish dishes) Except Bank Holiday Sunday. Opening times are: Mon to Sun: 12noon to 2.00pm and 6.00pm - 11.30pm (Fri & Sat 12.00am)
The Romney Tavern mainly serves the clientele of the Romney Sands Holiday Park, of which it forms part. Given its proximatey to Greatstone beach, just over the road, it is a favorite place to eat and drink for the holiday makers who visit the area.
Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway
The RH&DR is a small gauge light railway which runs for about 13.5 miles from Hythe via Dymchurch, St. Mary's Bay, New Romney and Romney Sands (for Greatstone) to Dungeness. It is the world's smallest public railway.
Rose & Crown Inn
The Rose and Crown Inn at Old Romney is a traditional English restaurant and bar in the heart of the English countryside – enjoy a meal with friends or family, or relax in their beer garden with a cool beverage. A popular family-friendly restaurant and bar providing excellent service and great food. They serve a wide range of beers, spirits, wines and soft drinks, including; Fosters, San Miguel, Strongbow, Guinness, Greene King IPA, Bulmers and Biddenden Bushells as well as bean-to-cup coffees such as latte and cappuccino. They are a family-friendly pub, and for the children there is a playground in the large garden. There is a children’s menu, including a child-sized roast dinner on Sundays. When first built in 1689, the property was two farm dwellings, and these two, with ten others and the church of St. Clement formed the entire parish of Old Romney. In 1806 the property was granted a licence to sell ales on the premises.
Royal Mail (Closed)
Closed at present as it is being sold. The Royal Mail, built in 1746, was designed to cope with the increasing volume of coaching traffic. It is a popular community pub in the heart of Lydd. They have four rooms: a single, two twin rooms and a triple (double with single bed) room. Tea and coffee, wifi and TV is provided in all rooms.
Royal Military Canal
Built in c1809 as a defence against Napoleon, there’ll be something to see or do along the canal.
Royal Oak, Lydd
Situated at the southwest end of Lydd, the Royal Oak is a spacious and welcoming pub featuring friendly conversation and fine real ales. Originally two cottages which were joined together (and eventually extended), the pub consists of two large rooms. The main room features a long bar as well as cosy tables and seating around the sides. The second room is furnished with a pool table, dartboard, and jukebox, and there is room for musicians to perform. The pub is run by Trevor and Mandie Brown along with the help of their dog Sasha and a family of cats.
This pub ceased trading on 31 October 2017. The Royal Oak, an Elizabethan building of 1570, was constructed adjacent to St Augustine's Church as a dwelling for the parish clerk and sexton. It remained as such until the I8th century when Jacob Ferriss was granted a licence "that he may suffer ale to be tippled in his house, but he may not suffer ale to be tippled during divine service". A lovely old Grade II Listed village inn offering home cooked food and 4 star accommodation. It's main bar has a woodburning stove with a fine inglenook and restaurant area. There are picnic-sets in the narrow garden beyond and quaint views of the ancient church and graveyard next door. Previously known as the Yew & Ewe.
The RSPB Reserve at Dungeness, the Society's oldest nature reserve, occupies nearly 4 sq miles of the Dungeness peninsula - the largest shingle formation of its kind in Europe.
Running waters is a small caravan park on the outskirts of New Romney.
Small Holiday Park located adjacent to the beach north of Dymchurch village.
Santa Fe is a mexican street food style restaurant opened in 2014 in New Romney High Street. They offe different specials every week, using fresh local produce (where they can)and an authentically cooked menu. Opening times are: Thurs to Sun: 6.00pm -10.00pm
Seabreeze Holiday Apartments offer self-catering accommodation for family holidays in a prime position on the sea front at Dymchurch. There are three two bedroom apartments.
Lovely chalet 2 bedroomed house situated in a quiet road and is just a short walk from the rear garden over the sea wall access to the sandy beach.
Shepherd and Crook
The Shepherd and Crook Burmarsh is a 16th Century Free House set in the picturesque village of Burmarsh Kent. Amongst our beers, we serve well kept, usually local real ales and a cask cider. Our food is cooked to order using local produce, where possible. We have vegetarian and gluten free options. The Shepherd and Crook has a dog friendly bar and a separate restaurant, which can also be used for private dining occasions. The charming village public house hosts friendly locals, a log fire for those colder days and an enticing sun terrace for those warmer days.
The self catering Shingle House is located on the shingle beach of Dungeness and can accommodate up to 8 people. There are four double bedrooms: three on the ground floor (bedrooms 2, 3, and 4) and one on the first floor (bedroom 1, which can be made up as a twin room and has an en-suite bathroom
The Ship Hotel is a 15th century pub and hotel situated in the heart of Romney Marsh. It has 10 comfortable en suite bedrooms, and an indoor and outdoor bar. The hotel is tastefully decorated and offers a warm welcome. It is situated at the end of New Romney High Street.
The Ship Inn inn retains character and charm whilst blending the old with the new after extensive refurbishment, completed in September 2017. Open fireplaces, comfortable accommodation, and a very warm welcome. Dogs are allowed in the Bar and Patio area. The menu is seasonally inspired, with good, honest, wholesome pub food and changing specials to tantalise your taste buds! The kitchen is happy to cater for all kinds of dietary requirements and given enough notice, will design dishes to suit all your needs. There is complimentary car parking onsite, patio garden to the rear of the pub, special requirements catered for. Children welcome.
Second floor apartment with lift in building. Lovely, well furnished & equipped. Superb sea views & access to the Parade & beach via a private entrance. 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, spacious living room and fully equipped kitchen.
Detached family bungalow with 3 bedrooms, situated on the main coast road and with direct access to the sandy beach.
Opened in 2016, the Smugglers Alehouse is a micropub, which means that the emphasis is firmly on good beer from microbreweries, great cider and carefully selected wines. Tap water is freely available, for you or your canine friends. They are open every day from noon. The pints keep flowing until 9pm Monday to Thursday, 10pm Friday and Saturday, and until 4pm on Sunday.
Snargate village is to the west of the Marsh, some five miles west of New Romney.
Established for 21 years and now a restaurant and cabaret venue where you can enjoy a whole evening of fine food and entertainment. Opening times are: Wed to Fri: 12 noon to 2pm and 6.30pm to 9.30pm Sat: 6.30pm to 9.30pm Sun: 12 noon to 5.00pm
The Sound Mirrors, also known as Acoustic Mirrors, Concrete Dishes or Listening Ears, are large concrete structures designed as an early warning system for Britain to detect enemy aircraft.
St Mary In The Marsh Parish
Small villages of St Mary in the Marsh and St Mary's Bay on the coast. The Parish Clerk id Gill Smith, who can be contacted as below.
Stade Court Hotel
Stade Court Hotel is situated in a highly prominent seafront location on west parade, a short walk from Hythe town centre. All bedrooms are individually furnished and most offer panaromic views of the English Channel.
The Star Inn, known as "The Star", was built during the reign of Edward IV in the year 1476. When first built, the house was a thatched farm dwelling. Following the custom of the time, it was given this religious name being the closest inn to St Mary's Church, within the precincts of the parish. In more recent times the famous playwright Noel Coward lived next door to The Star and wrote his first successful play there. The Star has seen and undergone many changes since it was first built, but its historic character remains unchanged. Today the pub is a very successful inn offering good food and accommodation.
A well-appointed three storey holiday property by the sea and close to two golf courses in Littlestone. Features an open-plan sitting room and balcony with panoramic views.
Detached 2 bedroom bungalow located in a quiet road close to facilities. Lovely retreat in a peaceful location, near the sea and miniature railway. Off road parking.
Self Catering Barn conversion with dual aspect windows and French doors and several outdoor seating areas so that you can make the most of the abundant wildlife and birds. There are three bedrooms, sleeping six with two bathrooms. In pride of place there is a majestic olive tree in the Mediterranean garden which provides shade to the side of the barn and is perfect to settle down with a book to relax. The decked area to the rear has far reaching views over Romney Marsh and the boardwalk to the side makes sure that you do not miss out on anything. Furnished to an extremely high standard and comprehensively equipped, the owners wanted to make your stay with them feel like a real home from home.
This is the beautiful period property with original features. The first and second floor bedrooms are up narrow (likely original to the house) staircases. Just a short walk to the beach and into Dymchurch village.
Tamarind is a new (2013) authentic Bangladeshi and Indian restaurant in Littlestone. You can eat in or order a takeaway, with online ordering available. Outside catering is available for up to 500 people. Opening times are: Tues to Sun 5.00pm to 11.00pm. Closed Mon.
The Tandoori Cottage in Lydd pride themselves on serving first class authentic indian cuisine at great prices. "Original spices and authentic taste with a very modern face, Tandoori Cottage brings you the perfect blend of herbs and spices to suit every curry lover!" The Tandoori Cottage is fully licensed and air conditioned. Opening times are: Mon to Sun: 12 noon to 2pm and 6pm to 11.30pm (Fri & Sat 12.00am)
Located in Dymchurch High Street, the Tandoori Hut offers fine Indian food. Opening Times are: Mon to Sun: 6.00pm to 11.00pm
This restaurant, previously Aboyne House Restaurant, is now under new management and has a whole new menu with something for everyone. Open 9am to 9pm. "We want you to eat like a King (or Queen) & feel as if you’ve been treated like royalty too! With our vast 35 years meat experience, all of our signature dishes; burgers, bangers and pies contain only quality meat cuts, full of flavour. Provenance is important to us, we source local quality products in a quality environment.Along with our signature dishes, our ever-changing seasonal specials will ensure there is always something that takes your fancy."
Serves a range of teas, coffees and sundries. Full English breakfast, Fish & Chips.
The Marsh is perfect for a short and long walks, beit in the countryside, on the coast orin the villages and towns.
The Warren Inn was first licenced about 1860 and still retains its Victorian interior. It is a cosy and welcoming pub with a lovely log-burning open fire and a wood-burning stove - and they even have a resident ghost called Old Sid! The pub has a large and spacious garden overlooking the fields that run down to the sea. A children’s delight with swings and a play house, there is also plenty of room for tables to be well-spaced, the marquee to be put up and the outside bar to be opened for special occasions. The Warren takes its name from the fenced area behind it; itself named after a Roman expression for an enclosure.
Expect a warm welcome at the lovely, three-room, B&B suite at the Watch Tower, Dungeness. The suite is private and completely for your own use (no other guests). Also you may come and go as you please, day and night, as the accommodation has its own entrance and key. The door of the accommodation opens straight onto the pleasing patio and garden which guests are free to use. At the end of the garden is a secluded (if sometimes windy!) spot for guests use with bench, table, and chairs. They make no charge for babies 0-3. Dogs are very welcome but they would like to discuss them beforehand please. They make no charge for dogs. There is free, off-the-road parking.
Waterside Guest House
All the essential facilities are provided to an excellent standard. Five bedrooms all with ensuite are tastefully decorated providing televisions and tea/coffee making facilities. Waterside Guest House is tailored to look after everyone, offering family accommodation with cots and highchairs.
Wenvoe House is located on opposite the beach at St Mary's Bay, some 2 miles north of New Romney.
West Lawn Guest House
West Lawn Guest House is located very close to New Romney High Street and amenities. There are colour TV, coffee/tea facilities in all rooms, attractive breakfast room and V lounge/conservatory. A family room is available
White Horses Cottage
White Horses Cottage is located by the sea, on the Dungeness National Nature Reserve. They offer Five Star Bed and Breakfast accommodation for those seeking a seaside holiday, a relaxing weekend break, or even a peaceful interlude from your travels. All rooms have sea views, with a shared balcony over looking the sandy beaches of the Romney Bay with a table and chairs for your use.
Willow Cottage, formerly known as Dr Syn's guesthouse, is a 17th century cottage with 3 guest rooms all with en-suite facilities. It is in a fantastic central location in Dymchurch, with off road parking. It is situated between the High Street and Dymchurch station (for the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch steam railway), both of which are within easy walking distance (around 200 metres)
Woburn is a chalet bungalow that has been completely renovated. It has direct access to the dunes and beach at Greatstone. There are 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open plan lounge/diner and a kitchen.
The Woolpack Inn, dating from 1410, retains many of its original features such as wattle-and-daub walls and a low, beamed ceiling. Its name comes from its popularity with `owlers'- wool smugglers - who used the inn as a base for their lucrative trade. The Woolpack is so perfectly old-fashioned that very little had to be altered when, in 1947, scenes from `The Loves of Joanna Godden' were filmed there. Located in great walking country, the Woolpack is a perfect place to stop and satisfy the thirst and appetite during a day out in the country. Excellent traditional pub food is served, with all fish and game locally sourced, and the delicious mature British beef steaks are always prepared to the individual customer’s taste. The pub has two large beer gardens with neat lawns, shrubs, hanging baskets, picnic benches and a barbecue area. Dog friendly.