B and Bs in Dymchurch
All the essential facilities are provided to an excellent standard. Five bedrooms all with ensuite are tastefully decorated providing televisions and tea/coffee making facilities. WATERSIDE GUEST HOUSE is tailored to look after everyone, offering family accommodation with cots and highchairs. When you arise in the morning a superb choice of breakfast awaits, from something light to a hearty full English breakfast to set you up for the day ahead. There is so much to do for all the family, all within easy reach of WATERSIDE GUEST HOUSE. Endless beautiful beaches grace the coastline, ideal for a relaxing day out or some activities like donkey rides and building those magnificent sand castles. Possibly the best way to appreciate the breath-taking scenery is to take a trip on the ROMNEY, HYTHE & DYMCHURCH RAILWAY. It was first opened in 1927 and now covers thirteen and a half miles absorbing the sights from the Cinque Port of HYTHE to the lighthouses at DUNGENESS. Trains run daily from the beginning of April to the first week of October providing plenty of enjoyment for the whole family. Port Lympne wildlife sanctuary is another highly recommended vist. It is perfect for children to see many different animals and for the adults to roam around the mansion house and the lovely gardens. The area is rich with fascinating history and places to explore. The historic sight of Hastings to the impressive cathedral in Canterbury are all simply unmissable outings. Even DYMCHURCH has its share of interesting history with the writer Russell Thorndyke and his books about Dr. Syn. Every other year on the August Bank Holiday weekend, you will be treated to an array of fantastic activities in the Day of Syn Festival. Storey reenactments, a village parade, impressive beach battles and the firing of the cannon provides terrific family entertainment. The WATERSIDE GUEST HOUSE is very accessable with plenty of guest parking and is also only twenty minutes from the Euro-Tunnel.
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