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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.
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.
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.
City of London
Jamie and Emma welcome you to the City of London. We pride ourselves on using the freshest produce from around the South Coast. Everything is made in-house from the bread, to the chutneys and even the ice-cream. 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.
Corner House Tea Rooms and Restaurant
Serves breakfast until 11am then are open 12:00 - 18:00 for lunches, afternoon tea, and dinner.
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.
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.
Romney Marsh has many historic buildings and structures providing a picture of life on the Marsh over the centuries and during times of war.
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.
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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Located in Dymchurch High Street, the Tandoori Hut offers fine Indian food. Opening Times are: Mon to Sun: 6.00pm to 11.00pm
Serves a range of teas, coffees and sundries. Full English breakfast, Fish & Chips.
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.
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)