About Channel View
*Miles of shingle beach make Dungeness the perfect getaway for mud-free
walks with your pooch in winter. All stays with a dog in January, February
and March 2019 include a complimentary care package of dog toys and natural
A few years ago, Channel View was an abandoned shack surrounding an old Victorian railway carriage. Today, it has been transformed into an amazing, contemporary and unique holiday home. The open plan living space is light and bright, with large picture windows which look out onto the shingle beach of the nature reserve and the new lighthouse.
The Victorian railway carriage has been lovingly conserved and creates a central feature within the property, as well as providing an amazing space for entertaining. A sliding floor-to-ceiling picture window at the end of the railway carriage creates an immersive indoor-outdoor dining space, while the separate fully-equipped modern kitchen includes two ovens and a breakfast bar with expansive views over the beach and the iconic Dungeness channel marker.
The master bedroom has a kingsize bed and the property sleeps a further two guests on an extra-large kingsize daybed in the snug area.
Dungeness Nature Reserve is a truly special place to stay, with miles of shingle stretching out into the English Channel. It is stark and wild, and yet also a place of awe-inspiring beauty - ideal for photographers, birdwatchers and dog lovers alike.
Channel View really is a home like no place and is the perfect getaway-from-it-all retreat.
The house was also built with thermal gain and insulation, it heats naturally while the sun is up and then holds it's heat. Radiators are connected to the web for general low level background heat too. Guests can switch them on and off either at the switch or via a website as required - but otherwise they
will come on and off to adapt to internal temperature and external forecast. Apart from that, there is of course the wood burner which you can use as your primary heat source and there is a basket of wood provided with fire lighters for the first night's fire.