This delightful Scandinavian-style lodge, with its unique Toblerone-style design is idyllically set within the popular clifftop holiday site, Kingsdown Park in Kent, and enjoys a panoramic sea-view location.
Excellently appointed throughout, this detached lodge is furnished and finished to be in keeping with the coastal location and offers families and friends the perfect place to relax and unwind within a beautiful parkland setting.
With three attractive bedrooms, two with sea views, there's no counting sheep as guests drift off to sleep lulled by the sounds of the waves.
This wonderful Kingsdown lodge is roomy, light and bright; the ideal place to enjoy quality time with friends and families.
Step through the kitchen in this Kingsdown lodge, out on to the large private decked terrace with views out over the English Channel, making alfresco dining a must during your stay.
Enjoy basking in the late evening sun as you sit out at the front of your lodge and watch the sun go down over the park.
On the park itself there is something for everyone; tennis court, crazy golf, children's play area, woodland walks and even a privately-owned beach, you are guaranteed a great time at your Kingsdown lodge, no matter what the weather.
The on-site clubhouse and bar are available on a pop up basis in peak season.
Guests can take a day trip to Canterbury or Boulogne, visit one of the nearby National Trust castles at Dover, Walmer and Deal, or play golf at Royal St George's in Sandwich; there is something for everyone in this wonderful area.
Kingsdown is always a popular place to visit, and with its walks and cycleways, and its location half way between Deal and Dover, it is a great base for exploring the Kent coastline and beyond.
About the location
Deal 3 miles; Dover 6 miles; Canterbury 20 miles.
Kingsdown is a quiet Kent village with its own shingle beach leading to St Margaret's Bay. The village offers three pubs serving food, a local butcher with delicatessen, a general store, Post Office and hairdresser. The village is situated at the northern end of the famous White Cliffs of Dover, with the beaches and cliffs around Kingsdown part of the Site of Special Scientific Interest that stretches south to Folkestone. Close by are the coastal towns of Deal, Dover and Broadstairs, offering the visitor castles, museums, heritage, history and quaint tea room. Deal has a pier, two weekly markets and the farmers’ market on Wednesdays is particularly popular with local residents. Inland, Canterbury offers a popular day out, with its cathedral, Roman remains and excellent shopping centre. With a promenade and cliff top walks, scenic cycle rides, golf courses and breathtaking views from the shore, this part of Kent is a perfect location for holidays at any time of year.