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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.
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. Martello Tower No. 24 is open every Saturday, Sunday and BH from 2 pm to 4 pm from Easter 2018 until 28 October 2018. Free Entry
Martello Towers, sometimes known simply as Martellos, are small defensive forts that were built across the British Empire during the 19th century, from the time of the Napoleonic Wars onwards.
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 Clerk is Alison Prentice, 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.
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.