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Put a spring in your step and head to the coast!


With the temperature set to reach nearly 20 degrees this weekend and the sun making a lovely appearance, why not lift the mood and treat yourselves to a lovely last minute break! Here’s some holiday inspiration:

The sunny Camber Sands in East Sussex is home to the only sand dune system in the country with miles of unspoilt beach as far as the eye can see. Opt for a spot of kite-surfing, gentle walking beachcombing along the shore.


Kitesurfing at Camber Sands


A stones’ throw away, Seashell Cottage is a charming weather-boarded smugglers cottage with room for up to 6 people – perfect for a short weekend away with the loved ones. For something a little more romantic, The Dunes is cosy, luxurious and a few minutes from the beach.

To the beaches of Suffolk: Thorpeness lies on the East Coast of England and is a quaint town just a mile away from Aldeburgh. Enjoy the horse-drawn carriage, Meare boating lake, fantastic Country Club and miles of beach! Stay at Dunes Beach House, situated directly opposite the shore.


Enjoy a boat trip on the lake in Thorpeness, Suffolk

Enjoy a boat trip on the lake in Thorpeness, and lovely long walks along the Suffolk shore


Kent is not only The Garden of England; it boasts 350 miles of beautiful coastline! From the world famous White Cliffs to beautiful bays and beaches, this county boasts a diverse and fascinating landscape just waiting to be explored.

The Deal Lugger is a pretty holiday cottage sleeping 5+1 located in the historic seaside town of Deal, Kent. Crucial in defending the country against foreign invasion, Deal is a Cinque Port and has its’ own castle and plenty of forts to discover along the coast.


Deal Panorama

Deal and the surrounding coast is packed with fascinating history waiting to be explored


Fancy opting for a little rustic charm? Seaview is a converted fisherman’s cottage right on the beach at Dungeness. Located on the southernmost tip of the bay from Folkestone in the north to Romney Marsh further south, this is the perfect place for hiking and enjoying the abundance of rare wildlife inhabiting the shores.



Dungeness – on the southernmost tip of the bay between Folkestone and Romney Marsh



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