Introducing Sea View apartment by Catherine Norris
Located directly on the Kent coastline in a quaint village called Sandgate, is the delightful Sea View Apartment. The apartment sleeps 4, and the ground floor is right on the water’s edge with stunning views of the bay from all windows. With the seaside on your back door step, within the heart of Sandgate, this self-catering holiday apartment is definitely a perfect retreat for couples or families.
Each room has a stylish and modern ambience, with a nautical feel, furnished to the highest standard, to make your stay in this holiday apartment truly enjoyable.
Sandgate is situated between the bustling towns of Hythe and Folkestone and there is plenty to do and see. Sandgate is teeming with naval, military and social history, all which can be explored in nearby museums including, Kent Battle of Britain Museum in Hawkinge near Folkestone, the Dover Museum in Dover, and the Elham Valley Railway in Peene near Folkestone. They are all well worth a visit during your stay at Sea View apartment – if you can tear yourself away from the seaside.
Sandgate’s high street is thriving with antique shops, fine dining restaurants, gastro pubs and bars, with the renowned Sandgate Hotel. Here a bargain can be found in the antique shops, followed by a scrumptious meal or refreshing real ales at one of the local gastro pubs/restaurants.
Bridal ways and footpaths run adjacent to the southern coastline, where families and couples can have a leisurely stroll along the seawall or enjoy an exhilarating bike ride surrounded by stunning panoramic views that reach across the English Channel.
For local sporting activities there is much to offer, horse riding alongside the coastline, cycling along the bridal ways or playing golf with a sea view. During the summer months the beaches and rock pools are a perfect place for children to explore, for sand castle building and safe swimming in the bay. There’s also canoeing, windsurfing or sailing.
In addition, if France beckons then why not take a ferry from the Port of Dover or the Channel Tunnel at Folkestone for a day trip, so don’t forget to bring your passports.