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Headland

St Margaret’s Bay , Kent

Property Reference: M492600

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A lovely, modern apartment just 350 yards from the beach, overlooking a 6 acre organic garden. The perfect base for walking or touring and great for couples and small families, and pet friendly too.

A short walk to the nearby beach | Opposite a 6 acre organic garden, perfect for picnics | Ideal for walkers, cyclists, bird watchers and families

  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 4
  • 1 Pets
  • Coastal Property
  • Wifi
  • Car parking on site

All prices are for the duration of your stay.

Prices are per property not per person includes a £30.00 booking fee.
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2 nights - mostly start on Fri or Sat
3 nights - must start on Fri

4 nights - must start on Mon
5 nights - 22nd or 29th Dec 2012 only.

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About Headland

Introduction

"Headland is a comfortable and cosy apartment located at the top of the White Cliffs in St Margarets Bay. It is an ideal property to use as a base to explore the sights and attractions of the local area.\nThe beach just 350 yards away nestles beneath the cliffs in a picturesque and sheltered bay. At low tide it is perfect for rock pooling and crabbing and the Coastguard Pub on the beach is a welcome stop to enjoy a meal and local draught beer.\nThe area is a walkers’ paradise with long walks along the cliffs. You can explore the South Foreland Lighthouse where you can stop for a delicious cream tea or walk to Kingsdown and visit the Zetland Arms pub on the beach.\nOpposite the cottage is Pines Gardens a lovely 6 acre organic garden with a lake a poetry path and children’s trail along with an organic kitchen garden. The award winning tea rooms are worth a visit for a light lunch or tea with divine cakes.\nThe apartment has a bright and modern open plan living space and two bedrooms one double and one single with a trundle bed under. The courtyard to the front to this St Margarets Bay apartment is a peaceful spot to sit and relax and listen to the birdsong."

Summary

Headland: sleeps 3 + 1 in 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Bed Numbers: 1 Double bed and 1 Single bed with a trundle bed underneath. Parking - Private road, no parking restrictions. Small outside courtyard in front of the property with a table and chairs

Ground Floor
Open plan living room, dining room and kitchen
The kitchen has a cooker, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer
Television with FreeSat
Master Bedroom (Sleeps 2), double bed with wardrobe
Bedroom 2 (Sleeps 2), single bed with a trundle bed and chest of drawers
Shower room with basin and WC

Services
Wi-Fi
Central heating

Outside
Courtyard in the front of the property with a table and chairs, overlooking Pines Garden
Bike store

What you need to know

1 cot and 1 highchair available
 
Pets are permitted, please ask for details

Private road, no parking restrictions

The apartment adjoins the owners Holiday home

What makes this area so special

The historic village of St Margaret’s at Cliffe is ¾ of a mile away and has shops, restaurants and tea rooms. The bustling seaside towns of Deal and Walmer are a short drive away, and the iconic castles of Dover, Walmer and Deal can be reached within a few minutes driving.

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  • Posted by

    Guest

    Good telephone response by knowledgable staff.
    2018-07-06
  • Posted by

    Guest

    Administration good and efficient service. The location was excellent. Cleanliness of cottage good. The downside was the size of the main bedroom which was small. Difficult to manoeuvre around the bed. Overall we had an excellent holiday in a beautiful area.
    2018-06-16
  • Posted by

    Guest

    The booking was great, however, the cottage obviously had had a water leak, as there is a dehumidifier in the bedroom and some floor tiles weren’t grouted and others were gaffer- taped down. It spoilt the ambiance of the cottage. I took my aged father and although it was fine, perhaps a handrail in the shower would have been helpful and some rubber under the mat at the front door would minimise any slips/falls as the mat slides away underfoot. The apple juice,eggs, butter were lovely and top marks for the cleaner, it’s the cleanest cottage I’ve ever seen. I hope my comments help. See above comments please
    2018-04-19
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