|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
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A great family friendly holiday cottage with three bedrooms, for eight guests on the beach in the seaside village of Greatstone on Sea, Kent.
You enter Beach Reach, this seaside beach holiday cottage, into the open plan living space, bright and airy and with a modern feel. An open fire creates a focal point and is welcome on blowy autumn and winter evenings. To the rear of the space you have a dining area and a modern well equipped kitchen, with French doors opening out onto the large decked garden. Outside seating and dining table and chairs make this is an ideal place to enjoy the sunshine in the morning or evening. A gate opens out on to a path that leads you through the sand dunes and the beautiful unspoilt beach stretches for miles before you.
Off the lounge is one ground floor double bedroom and a hallway which leads to a family shower room and a further ground floor bedroom, with twin beds and bunk beds, sleeping four guests. Stairs lead up to the master suite, where you will find an ensuite shower room and a double bed. French doors open out onto a balcony with seating and a great view of the sea and sand dunes. Beach Reach is a fantastic seaside holiday cottage which has ample room for all the family and is a great base for exploring the Kent coast and surrounding area.
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.