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Kingsdown Beach House

Kingsdown, near Deal , Kent

Property Reference: M380650

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Embrace the enviable views at this shabby chic styled beach house overlooking the pebbled beach of Kingsdown between Deal and Dover. The ideal family destination.

Contemporary designed house at a stone’s throw from the Zetland Arms pub | Log burner and sauna for chilly coastal nights | 180 degrees views of the beach and clifftops

  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 10
  • 2 Pets
  • Coastal Property
  • Wifi
  • Sea View
  • Barbecue

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

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About Kingsdown Beach House

Introduction

"This newly renovated Nordic styled beach cottage provides a laid-back atmosphere for large families and friends looking for something unique anytime of the year.\nLooking proudly out to sea Kingsdown Beach House sits humbly on this historic coastline known for its smugglers roots. As well as sweeping coastal views the beach house also has an enclosed patio garden to ensure privacy and safety for young families simply enjoy and relax.\nGuests can unwind on the terrace ideal for a summer BBQ or venture with a picnic stepping out the door onto the shore with its picturesque beach huts and wild flowers. In winter guests can stretch out and entertain in the open living space dine at the 8-person dining table and sit-back on sofas round the wood-burning stove.\nDesigned across three floors the ground floor has an open urban kitchen to one side balanced with circling living space. There is also a practical shower room and child-friendly bedroom on this floor with bunks a cupboard full of toys and space to play. The second floor has the master bedroom a pretty small double family bathroom and an impressive sunroom that extends out onto an open deck.\nTo the top floor families and friends will enjoy the light and quirky attic room which can sleep an additional four in a double and 2 singles whilst enjoying sea views from every window.\nThis charming holiday home in a simply unique location is perfect for groups of families and adults looking for a fun-packed week away or a well-earned peaceful weekend break."

Summary

Kingsdown Beach House: sleeps 10, in 4 bedrooms, 1 family bathroom, 1 shower room, 1 open plan reception room, sauna, enclosed patio garden.

Ground Floor
Kitchen, open plan, perfect for the family, full fitted with fridge/freezer, electric oven, hob, sink, dishwasher and all the essentials for your stay. Counter and bar seating. Dining table seating for 8/10.
Sitting area/nook, with sofa and chair seating for 8/9 guests. Log burning fire, access to rear court yard. TV, DVD player.
Twin room (sleeps 2), bunk bed suitable for adults as well as children (although watch your head on the upper bunk!)
Shower room, walk in wet room, wc and hand basin.

First Floor
Small double bedroom (sleeps 2)
Master bedroom (sleeps 2), large double bed and fitted wardrobes. Enclosed balcony sitting room, with seating for 4, connects to the hall way as well as bedroom.
Open air decked balcony, with barriers, ideal for sun worshippers and the most incredible view over Kingsdown beach.
Family bathroom, with bath and hand held shower only. WC and hand basin.

Top floor
Family room (sleeps 4), with double bed in one eave, two single beds under two further eaves. Basin.

Services
External sauna accessed by rear terrace.
Wi-Fi
Central heating throughout

Outside
Enclosed patio terraces, one large, one with BBQ, overlooks the sea.
Sliding gate is easy to open, can be opened or closed by guests choice.
Large dining table & chairs seating 8. Extra chairs and coffee table.
Rear terrace to follow the sun all day.

What you need to know

Please note this property accepts a maximum of 8 adults.

A security deposit of £250 is required at this property. This will be collected automatically 7 days prior to arrival and refunded (unless a damage claim is received) 7 days after the end of your stay. Please note that your refunded security deposit will take 3-5 days to appear in your account. For your convenience, we’ll take this payment from the last card used to make payment to us. If you would prefer to use a different method of payment, please let us know before the security deposit is due.

Internet and Wifi: The Wifi password is on the wall above the wood storage, next to the record player. It works well on phones and tablets but sometimes on laptops it can intermittently cut out.

Kitchen: The knives and wooden spoons are kept in a drawer that slides out from the top drawer to the right of the stove. It is labelled and has a little white hook, but it's easily missed. Please help yourself to the tea, coffee, oils and spices that are there. Please don't leave anything perishable in the fridge and the cupboards when you leave.

Sauna: The sauna is in the shed at the bottom of the back patio. It is switched on and off with an outside main switch located to your right as you open the patio doors from the sitting room. You then also need to turn both dials at the bottom of the stove actually in the sauna. One controls the temperature (we recommend you turn this up to almost full) and the other is the timer. If you want it on immediately make sure it is turned within the grey shading, if you want it to come on later, simply choose your time. Please be very careful when in the sauna as the stove is open and it is small in there - we recommend no more than 3 people at a time. Outside is a cold shower.

Bikes: The bikes are kept in the back patio. There are 3 adult bikes (one with a child's seat attachment) and a child's bike to suit 5-8 year old. If you do want to use them please make sure that you put them back as you found them, i.e safely under the tarpaulin and chained up.

Toys and childrens stuff: There are lots of toys, books and games in the house for children aged 0-6, including a train set, puzzles, board games, cars, dolls and pens and paints. Please help yourself but do please put them back in the boxes you found them in. In the outside bench to the right of the porch there are also buckets, spades, nets and balls for the beach - as well as a range of paddling shoes in lots of different sizes. There is also an attachable baby seat under the dresser and a fold-out buggy which you're welcome to use in the outside boxes. The childrens bunkroom has a black-out blind.

Area guide: Kingsdown village is a 5 minute walk from the house. Here is a pub (The Kings Head), village shop, butcher, post office and hairdresser. We find you can get most of what you need for a stay here, but they are all closed on Sundays, apart from the pub and village shop, which is open till 2pm. Deal market is on Saturday mornings, till about 2pm. It's a vibrant, bustling market that sells local food as well as bric-a-brac and vintage furniture. The town itself is very well stocked for food shopping, including two fishmongers (Jenkins and Deal Direct), a fabulous bakery (The Bake House), a health food shop (Peppers), a deli (NoName), a butcher (The Black Pig) and a wine shop (Borough Wines).Restaurants: The Zetland Arms next door is a lively, fun pub with good food (we particularly recommend the fish chowder). It does get very busy though, so you tend to have to book a table on weekends. The Black Douglas (Deal) A bohemian, friendly cafe with the best coffee and brunch in town as well as wonderful sandwiches and cakes all baked there. Middle Street Fish bar (Deal) By far the best fish and chips in town. Closes at 2pm on weekends. Victuals (Deal) Our recommendation for the best special-occasion, gourmet dinner in town. The Lighthouse cafe (St Margarets) A cute little cafe for tea, cake and lunch, located right on the cliff top. You can drive here via St Margarets Bay, but we strongly recommend you walk - along Kingsdown beach, up the cliff stairs and head to the war memorial. It's about a 30-minute walk with spectacular views all the way. You can always book a taxi home. The Coastguard Pub on the beach on St Margarets Bay. An hour walk over the cliffs from The Victory Please ensure all rubbish is placed in the black wheelie bin at the front of the house. Please NEVER leave rubbish bags outside of the house overnight as seagulls will tear up the bags.

What makes this area so special

Kingsdown is a charming pebble bay sandwiched between St Margaret’s Cliff and Walmer; with Deal being only 15 minutes away on foot. Your holiday home is superbly located with wild flowers and beach huts between patio and the pebbles themselves! Close to golf courses, historic sites and three popular pubs; perfect for those active days out and entertaining nights in.

Reviews

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    Helpful attitude and smooth booking process. great house and fantastic location. Disappointed with a couple of upkeep issues such as rope rail to attic room coming away from the wall so you couldn’t use it. Also not enough towels and (not the cleaner’s fault) but she was left on her own to turn the house around after a group of men had left it in a pretty bad state and she was still there when we arrived at 3. There was rubbish under beds and sofa and when we tried to hoover half way through the week the vacuum wasn’t working that we found in a cupboard. Tiny things but for £2000 for the week things should be perfect.
    2016-01-21
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