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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.
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.
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.
Self catering cottage, sleeping four, is in a spectacular position on the beach at Dungeness.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
Expect a warm welcome at the Watch Tower private guest suite, 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.