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Canterburys Hop Hoodening
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A small, attractive village, Dymchurch lies on the south-east coastline at the edge of the Romney Marshes, in Kent between Hythe and St Marys’ Bay. The Dymchurch Wall, four miles long and standing around 20ft high, was built as a sea defence by the Romans to protect the harbour at Port Lympne Over time, in conjunction with the Rhee Wall between New Romney and Appledore, this caused the effect of the deposits from the river Rother becoming rich and fertile farmland. Popular amongst families, Dymchurch’s award-winning, gently cloping sandy beaches stretch for miles towards Folkestone in the east and Dungeness in the west, and are washed completely by the tide twice each day, making them perfect for sandcastle building and donkey rides. The world famous miniature, steam mainline Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway, the RH&DR, first opened in 1927 as the world’s smallest public railway, covering just over 13 miles from Hythe to Dungeness, operates throughout the year with a daily service until October. The Normans built the small parish church of St Peter & St Paul in around 1150. Much of the church remained unchanged until the last century when the knave was re-roofed and the north aisle extended, giving the church a lop-sided appearance.


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Waterside Guest House (0.44 miles)

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 ... More
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Lympne Castle Cottages (3.45 miles)

Lympne Castle Cottages

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Our beautiful Castle Accommodation is set in the breathtaking Kent Countryside and are the perfect retreat for Bridal Accommodation, Self Catering or a well-deserved break in Luxury Cottages in Kent. ... More

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The Ship Hotel (3.55 miles)

The Ship Hotel
The Original Ship was built of mainly ship timber brought from the old port of New Romney. The 1st recorded keeper is one Thomas Banne, who is described as an "ostler" of the parish of ... More | visit website
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Stade Court (4.77 miles)

Stade Court

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This delightful hotel on seafront of historic Hythe, enjoys panoramic views of the English Channel and is close to the beach where the fishermen land their daily catch. Twin ... More | visit website

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Malt Lodge (4.87 miles)

Malt Lodge
Just 500 metres from the famous Romney Hythe Dymchurch light public railway, this charming guest house offers bed and breakfast accommodation with free Wi-Fi throughout the building. The seafront is a 15-minute walk and Rye ... More | visit website
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Olde Moat House (4.99 miles)

Olde Moat House

Amidst a tranquil location, surrounded by its own moat and set in 3.5 acres of grounds, this lovely medieval property provides the ideal retreat from the stresses of modern life. Moat house dates from 1460 ... More | visit website


Hogben Farm (5.09 miles)

Hogben Farm
Situated in a truly rural location, completely surrounded by gardens and pastureland. ... More
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Castle Hotel (5.18 miles)

Castle Hotel

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This charming, family run inn is set in the village green of Saltwood. Here, you will find picturesque walks around the town, taking in the village green, timbered village hall and Norman ... More

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Hythe Imperial (5.23 miles)

Hythe Imperial

This majestic hotel, set in a 50 acre estate, situated on the seafront of historic Hythe, embodies the elegance of a former age with all modern amenities. As soon as you step into the ... More | visit website

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Old Post Office (5.46 miles)

Old Post Office

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Once the post office for the little village of Ruckinge, this comfortable property offers an ideal base for two families to explore the 'Garden of England' or ... More

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