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Stable Cottage, Romney Marsh, Kent

Stable Cottage
The Sheiling
Donkey Street

Romney Marsh

TN29 0JN | View map

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Stable Cottage is a recently converted miniature detached cottage situated near the old 12th century village of Burmarsh on the beautiful Romney Marsh. It is an ideal retreat for two and makes an ideal base for walking, cycling bird watching or just relaxing. Stable Cottage has its own private entrance leading into a small kitchen area with microwave, fridge, sink and cupboard area. There is a comfortable window seat in the kitchen area. The double bedroom has wonderful views over to Port Lympne Wildlife Park and Lympne Castle.

Breakfast consists of a hamper delivered to your door which you can then enjoy in the cottage or in the garden on a sunny morning. There is ample heating to enable the cottage to be used comfortably all year. Stable Cottage has a strict no-smoking policy and is not suitable for pets or children.

Canterbury, Rye and the Channel Tunnel are all short distances away. Port Lympne Wildlife Park is on the doorstep, as is the Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Miniature Railway. Romney Marsh offers walks, historic churches and cycling.


Ratings/Awards: ETB 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 1
Number Ensuite: 1

Price per Person

Double: £35
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