A holiday rental on the beach at Dymchurch in Kent, Springhaven is a beautiful Edwardian house in a private cul-de-sac, overlooking a private green with direct access onto the huge sandy beach at Dymchurch on the Kent coast of England.
If you’d like to consider a few nights or a week’s holiday rental on the beach at Dymchurch in Kent, the Garden of England, then take a look at this beautiful property here.
Springhaven sleeps 10 guests comfortably in five bedrooms. The master double with ensuite shower room and the four poster superking face the sea on the first floor whilst a single, the family bathroom and the loo face the rear garden. On the top floor the king size double and the children’s room (3 singles) both enjoy sea views and there’s a second shower room. On the ground floor there’s a spacious lounge, TV room and garden facing sun room plus the kitchen diner, a loo and the laundry room. All the space you need for a fabulous holiday rental on the beach.
Situated in a private cul-de-sac, overlooking a private green with direct access onto Dymchurch’s large, sandy beach this is perfectly located holiday home where the decor blends the traditional Edwardian features with contemporary design features, functional fittings and high quality linens.
In a near perfect location, a ten minute walk along the sea wall (or two minute drive) from Springhaven brings you the village of Dymchurch with it’s traditional funfair, coffee shops, a mini-Tesco and the station for the miniature steam railway that connects Hythe to Dungeness. Just a two minute walk away is the Ship Inn, with decent food and drinks – perfect for an evening out without worrying about driving.A ten minute drive brings you to either Hythe or New Romney for more shops, larger supermarkets, restaurants and fabulous fresh fish at Griggs of Hythe.About 15 minutes drive brings you to Lympne Castle& Port Lympne Zoofor a fun day out.A little further is Folkestone with its fabulous harbour arm where there’s always something happening or somewhere to eat, including the wonderful Rocksalt (booking needed) restaurant. Or drive to Dungeness (or take the steam railway) in about 30 minutes to see the lighthouses and walk the fascinating beach environment nature reserve. Dover and Canterbury are both about 45 minutes away and the channel tunnel just 20 minutes.