Holiday home in Dungeness, Kent

Property reference 158686
7 nights:
£605 - £815
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Step back in time to the 1930's in this lovingly restored quirky cottage with amazing uninterrupted views of the English Channel. More details...


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Dungeness is a Site of Special Scientific Interest, home to hundreds of birds and wild plants. The local pub, The Pilot Inn is well known for its fish and chips. The historic town of Rye is a short drive away as are the spectacular dunes of Camber Sands.


  • Property type

  • Theme

  • General

  • Kitchen

    Washing machine
  • Living room

    DVD player
  • Dining room

    Dining table
  • Bathrooms

  • Bedrooms

    Double bed
  • Leisure activities


  • Fabulous sunrises and sunsets, with uninterrupted sea views
  • A comfortable and quirky cottage right on the beach
  • A photographer's and bird lover's paradise


Helvetia: sleeps 4 in 2 double bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a sun room, reception area, dining area. Internet.

Ground floor

The cottage is entered from the rear into a sun-room with conservatory sofa and chairs and a telescope for all to enjoy

Sitting room, seating for 4 , wood burner, TV, DVD player and Freeview. Dining table with four chairs in the bay window.

The kitchen, washing machine, fridge, electric cooker and extractor fan.

Bed Configuration:

Bedroom 1 (sleeps 2) king-size bed

Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2) 4.6 ft double bed

Bathroom with bath, separate shower


Outside there is ample parking next to the house

At the rear there is a seating/dining area with table, chairs and Coal BBQ (please provide own coal)

This fantastic and very special Kent holiday cottage is in a spectacular position on the beach at Dungeness. The views year round are amazing and the owner has provided a telescope so you can enjoy the night sky at its best, the passing of boats up and down The Channel and even the birds for which the area is so famous.

Inside, the cottage has been completely refurbished and restored with a 30's theme from Art Deco mirrors and ornaments and glasses, with a comfortable seating to sink into. Combine this lovely beach location with a wonderfully cosy woodburner and you can see the cottage is well worth a visit whatever the time of year!


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