From glorious sunrises to stunning sunsets, you can enjoy it all at this Light & Spacious Self Catering Apartment in Hythe. With a South facing balcony and uninterrupted views of the promenade from Sandgate to Dungeness, you can relax and watch the world go by.
2 bedrooms, 1 with a double bed, the other with 2 twin beds. Stunning bathroom + jacuzzi bath + shower above. Fully equipped kitchen and large bright living room with beautiful period features. Floor to ceiling windows with doors that open onto a beautiful balcony with a stunning sea view.
A place to fully relax and recharge. The apartment is cosy and comfortable and has beautiful period features. There is 1 allocated parking space at the back and free street parking at the front.
If you don't fancy preparing breakfast/ lunch there are many snack bars and restaurants dotted along the promenade where you can enjoy coffee and a butty. Or, if you're feeling naughty indulge in the delicious cakes on offer or even enjoy a full meal by the sea.
Hythe Imperial Hotel is situated right next door where you can try out their fabulous golf course. Or if golf isn't your thing you can be pampered at their Spa centre, treat yourself to an afternoon tea and in the evening pop along to one of their fun events including tribute nights, comedy and much more. You can also enjoy a fabulous meal at their restaurant in beautiful surroundings.
Hythe town centre is just a 5-10 min walk away through a beautiful park which hosts the Royal Military canal. There you will find lots of pubs, restaurants, cafes and shops.
Available for 2 night minimum stay.
During the months of July & August the minimum reservation period is one week. Please contact me if you would like a shorter stay.
We provide clean linen and towels. Beach towels are not provided.
Other things to note
First floor apartment reached by stairs. No lift available.
Unsuitable for wheelchair access and the infirm.
No ground floor storage for prams or buggies
Light & Spacious Self Catering Apartment is located in Hythe, a beautiful historical coastal town set in Kent, the Garden of England.
With stunning views of the English Channel to enjoy while strolling the Victorian promenade, the historic town of Hythe has plenty to offer.
Enjoy a spot of shopping in the unique, independent shops that line the high street; or discover your adventurous side with a host of outdoor activities including sailing, windsurfing, swimming and golf. The town boasts a beautiful long beachfront that is perfect for a seaside walk, picnic or flying kites.
Hythe, with stunning views overlooking the beach, parks and greenery lead to the Royal Military Canal, which stretches for 28 miles, with cycle and walking routes. Alternatively, during the summer season, hire a rowing boat or enjoy a leisurely trip on an electric cruiser.
From beautiful old houses and cottages, to a skull-packed ossuary in the 10th century St Leonard's crypt, Hythe has plenty of interesting historical sights to see. Visitors can ride the one-third size trains on the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway; a scenic, marsh-side meander across the Romney Marsh to Dungeness, hauled by steam or diesel-powered engines.
Nearby, the popular destination of Port Lympne Reserve is not to be missed with its stunning scenery and endangered animals. It's a must-see for any visitor to the area and will easily occupy a full day.
Saltwood village, just a mile north of Hythe, is home to Saltwood Castle, famed for being the location where the plot was hatched to assassinate Thomas Becket.
Brockhill Park is also nearby, with everything you need for a family day out. There is a lake, grassland that is home to a herd of deer, a play area, picnic spots and refreshments from the on-site cafe.
Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch railway - a delightful steam train which runs between Romney and Hythe.
Dover is just 20 minutes away by car, here you can hop on a ferry or drive through the Eurotunnel and enjoy a day in France.
Bicycle rental available just 500m along the promenade
Hythe and Saltwood sailing club is a short stroll from the apartment where you can hire out paddle boards, windsurf and much more...
Fishing off the beach is a sport enjoyed by many
Port Lympne wildlife park
St Leonards Crypt
Dymchurch is just along the coast. Hop on the steam railway, bus or car and enjoy the many visitor attractions such as slot machines, fun fair with rides and much more for the whole family!
Ashford International and Ashford Outlet centre is just 25 mins away by car.
Canterbury is a 45 minute's drive with its delightful cathedral and old historic town centre.
- Beachfront Property
- Children Welcome
- Off Road Parking
- Sea/Lake/Loch View
- Sleeps up to 4
- Washing Machine