This contemporary, semi-detached Scandinavian-style lodge, with its quirky triangular design, sits in the delightful woodland setting of Kingsdown Park in Kent.
Beautifully appointed throughout, and boasting lovely views over the bay, this Kingsdown lodge allows friends and families the perfect opportunity to enjoy a coastal retreat.
With three bedrooms, two with sea views, guests can drift off in comfort with the sound of the waves soothing their slumber.
The sociable, open plan living area at this Kingsdown lodge allows you to gather together, enjoy a meal and discuss your plans, or alternatively, treat yourself with the on-site facilities; the park has a clubhouse bar with entertainment.
The village has 3 local food pubs within walking distance.
Outside your Kingsdown lodge, you can enjoy your morning coffee on the private, decked terrace, as you watch the waves slip over the shore across the bay.
There are wonderful on-site facilities available to entertain all ages at this Kingsdown lodge, a tennis court, a children's play area and crazy golf, as well as woodland walks, and of course the fantastic, quiet private beach just three minutes' walk from your cottage in Kent.
Take a day trip to Canterbury, and stroll down the cobbled streets, sample the fantastic selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, or visit the cathedral.
Tour the coastline and sample the many beaches close by; this Kingsdown lodge makes the perfect holiday destination for all the family.
Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double with door to decked terrace, 2 x twin (one with single bed with pull-out stacker bed, can be super king-size double on request). Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. First floor basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
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.