|Minimum Stay||1 - 7 nights|
A large family friendly bungalow in the seaside town of Greatstone on Sea, Kent with three bedrooms, sleeping six.
Cillarry is opposite the beach at Greatstone on Sea with views of the beach from the kitchen and sun room. It is an ideal base for a family holiday and those wishing to enjoy a beach holiday. You enter the bungalow into a small sun room, with comfy chairs to enjoy the beach view. From the sun room you enter the large lounge with ample seating for all the family. The conservatory off the lounge has been set up as a dining room and is a pleasant spot to enjoy all your meals. From the conservatory, French doors open out onto the patio garden, with outside table and chairs for summer meals. At the end of the garden is the train track for the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Light Railway and the 'toot toot' of the steam trains can be heard as the trains pass by.
From the lounge you have a small corridor that leads to a twin bedroom and a family bathroom with bath, overhead shower, hand basin and WC. Off the corridor is the kitchen, which is well equipped and a pleasant place to prepare meals, whilst enjoying the view of the beach. The opposite side of the lounge is another small corridor which leads to the small twin bedroom with bunk beds and the master suite with large kingsize bed and ensuite shower room. All bedrooms have a small flat screen TV in them, should the children wish to watch something different.
The property is suitable for guests that have limited mobility and the bungalow has been fitted with emergency lighting, should you experience a power cut during your stay.
Around Greatstone on Sea
Greatstone on Sea has lots to offer as a seaside destination, although opposite Cillarry the beach is pebbly, at low tide sand is exposed, or walk a little further along and you have a beautiful sandy beach with sand dunes to explore. You have the very popular attraction of The Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Steam Railway (RHDR) and the tracks run through the village of Greatstone and to the rear of the bungalow. Nearby Dungeness Nature Reserve is great to visit for birdwatchers, walkers and artists. You will find artists' studios displaying their art and open studios to enjoy at different times of the year. The little Railway cafe is a good spot to stop and watch the small steam trains arrive and depart or climb the Lighthouse for a fabulous view on a clear day of the coastline.
The town of New Romney is just three miles away and the medieval town of Rye is about fifteen miles away but is well worth a visit. The seaside towns of Deal and Sandwich are a little further along the coast or head inland and visit the cathedral town of Canterbury. All great tourist destinations on your doorstep.