About the property
- House538 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay0 - 7 nights
Beach Reach - a holiday home that sleeps 8 guests in 3 bedrooms
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- Response time:
- within one hour
- Calendar last updated:
- May 22, 2018
The property lived up to all our expectations - very well equipped, comfortable and welcoming.
Inside, the property had everything. It was very spacious and airy, but homely and welcoming too. The upstairs bedroom suite had a view that you could "own" while you were there. Outside, the decked area was very large and proved to be a very sociable space. The dunes and beach then became part of the garden.
All-in-all, a brilliant stay with three generations of the family.
Had a lovely 3 night stay, perfect location & Beach Reach had everything we needed.
That was a wonderful stay, totally amazing.
I'm blessed that I found this place. If you are dreaming about holidays near the shore, where you can dip your legs into the water, don't miss the chance of staying here. For the relaxation, kitesurfing, sunbathing, total getaway.
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Amberley House Cottage Holidays
A true beach house, with direct access from the garden onto the beach and sand dunes. Close to local pubs/bars, shops, take out restaurants and a large supermarket about 3 miles away. Great place for walkers & cyclists & railway enthusiasts as Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Steam Railway close by. Around Greatstone on Sea Beach Reach is located on the beautiful sandy beach and Greatstone on Sea has lots to offer as a seaside destination. You have the very popular attraction of The Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Steam Railway (RHDR) and the tracks run through the village of Greatstone. 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, along with fish shacks selling their latest catch. 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.