Retreat to the coast with the family in this very special chocolate box cottage. Nestled away and set back along a private lane in a privileged position along the seawall in Dymchurch.
Quite the spot for a visit any time of year with the beach accessible from a little gate at the end of the garden. Perfect for picnics on the beach and strolls along the endless promenade taking in the sea air. In the summer time why not take a dip in the sea and only a hop and skip back to your private garden for a BBQ.
As perfect in the summer as in winter, with all the homely creature comforts and a place to snuggle up with loved ones. Nestle by the log burning fire with a good book and delve into the comfortable sofa, a home to kick back and unwind in. Many guests come for the peace and tranquillity but for those wanting entertainment, nearby you will find a range of cafés, bars and the Amusement Arcades. If that is a little too far, why not don your cap and tie up the laces, bring out your rackets and out onto your very own Tennis court!
"Exceptionally well-equipped cottage in a great location. Easy access to beach walking via the garden. Starter groceries make you feel immediately welcome. Thank you."May 2015 - Miss V. Germaney
"Lovely cottage friendly owners!"April 2015 - Mrs R.Pickles
"All VERY good - Many thanks for the hospitality, see you again..."Thomas Family ( x5 plus 1 Dog!) - March / April 2015
"Gorgeous cottage, we've had a perfect relaxing stay. Will definitely be back in the summer!"Andy + Sam and Beau the Dog - March 2015
"Great holiday, lovely little cottage, full of character. Nice and close to the beach, got some nice photos of sunrises. Will recommend to all my friends and family."Jeff & Jenny Phillips and Isla the dog - March 2015
"Last minute few nights booked to 'relax' for a couple of days. Lovely cottage, well equipped and great location. Close enough to visit again. Enjoyed the beach and the unusually nice sunny days for March."Maria & Steve Edwards, Pauline Gibb, Rubin & Sadie (dogs) - March 2015
"Really lovely cottage - fully equipped with everything you need - would definitely come back. Thank you for a lovely stay xx"Anon - February 2015
"Enjoyed our stay in this quaint cottage. Despite the wintry weather, we were really cosy inside with the wood stove and central heating. The food and wine were a nice touch and made us feel welcome. The cottage was well equipped to meet all our needs. (Ruby liked the beach)"Gordon & Deirdre, Kate & Richard, Di & Derek - February 2015
"A lovely cosy cottage with great modern decor. Everything that we needed for a toddler and dog - close to the beach, lots of outdoor space and plenty to do in the local area. We particularly enjoyed the Rare Breeds Center and Folkestone We hope to visit again soon. Thank You"Rebecca, Chris, Stanley and luger - February 2015
"Just what we wanted a cosy cottage with a log fire and to make it really special freezing weather and snow. By Sunday bright sunshine and a very pleasant if muddy walk in Brockhill Country Park. Very reasonable meal in the Ship Inn, famous because of its links with smuggling novel Dr Syn. Thank you for a great weekend!"Nick & Natalie Ringwood, Nick & Jackie Mitchell - Jan/ Feb 2015
"An enjoyable week at the Nest made even better by cold but bright weather. Really warm and comfortable and met our every need. Dogs loved the beaches particularly."Gill, John Richards, Eddie, Jen and James Richards & Ralph - Dec 14/ Jan 15
"We have had the most wonderful break in this magical little gem of a cottage. Quirky, comfortable and thoughtfully equipped. The Nest has been a real find and we are already planning our return. Thank you for the welcome bread & wine and all the pretty thoughtful touches."John & Sue Russell (New Forest, Hampshire) - November 2014
"Thank you for the welcome gifts of wine, bread, butter etc. They were very much appreciated while we waited for our shopping to arrive! The cottage is beautiful and very comfortable...we have had a wonderful week walking up the beautiful beach to the village, visiting Rye and Hastings. It has veen so nice to just walk out the back gate onto the beach. The weather has been surprisingly warm too, and we were able to enjoy lunch outside..We will return!"Ken, Toni & Liberty Humphries, Linda (Mum) & Beau the black labrador - October 2014
"Would like to say Thank you very much for our Weekend Break. The Nest is a beautiful place, we loved it!"Linda & Russell - September 2014
"We really enjoyed our stay here - well equipped, very clean, great location"Jenni & Cam - September 2014
"Our first stay in the 'new' Nest!! It looks so smart but yet still feels like the lovely cosy house we have known and enjoyed for more than 30 years!! We have all had great fun and will be back yet again! Thank You."Ali, Vanessa, Rick & Peter - August 2014
"We have had a wonderful stay with our two grandchildren in yur cosy retreat. We loved the little touches. The welcoming wine, the starter supply of bread, mik and butter, the lovely fluffy towels and the comfortable beds and bedding were all much appreciated... The clever design of the refurbished interior and its furnishings has been thoughtfully implemented with lovely inviting spaces. Fast broadband was another bonus! We've has a five-star experience and hope that we will be able to share this experience with some of our other grandchildren."Lynne & Mick - August 2014
"This is a lovely cottage in a beautiful setting. We have been delighted to stay here - it has been so thoughtfully refurbished with wonderful attention to detail. It has a charming approach to the sea through the garden gate to a stunning sea view. Thank you for your warm welcome and we look forward to returning! In particular, our 2 year old has had a wonderful introduction to the sea - her first sea-side holiday. It really is a 'nest!'"Esmè Coleman (2 yrs, 11 months) and her family - August 2014
The area is renowned for miles of beach and countryside, the seaside a mix of shingle and sand makes this the ideal place to enjoy an English seaside holiday. Pubs and cafes are within a 10-15 minute stroll, with nearby tea rooms and the iconic Amusements Arcade. The Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch railway is a must, to explore this area by train. Further afield is the wild life reserve of Port Lympne.
The Nest: sleeps 6, in a detached coastal chocolate box cottage, 1 reception room, 3 bedrooms (upper rooms snug), 1 bathroom, 1 en-suite -wc, easy parking in the grounds, enclosed private garden with direct access to the promenade and beach. BBQ, shared use of tennis court.
Rear entry through to the kitchen via a small porch
Kitchen, electric oven and gas hob, washing machine, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and catering essentials. Breakfast tables and six chairs.
Family shower room, double shower cabin.
Sitting room, sofa and chair seating for 6, TV, log burning fireplace, door to the garden.
Master bedroom, (sleeps 2) double bed, ensuite wc only.
First Floor - accessible from the kitchen, fairly steep stairs.
Double bedroom (sleeps 2) double bed. Hanging space only. Snug. With baby gate on staircase to the open room.
Twin room (sleeps 2) two single beds, hanging space only.
Note, the two first floor rooms are perfect for families with small children as the rooms are interconnecting.
Patio with table and chairs, BBQ. Lawn garden, with private access to the beach up steps along the seawall.
Central heating throughout
Dogs are welcome (maximum of 2) but please do note this is quite a small cottage. Owners will accept one large dog only. The owners also ask if guests could kindly keep their pets off the furniture.
Cot & highchair available on request
Wi-Fi Access, although can be intermittent due to location of the property.
Shared used of tennis courts available, access to the beach at the end of the garden.
This property is not suitable for people with limited mobility.