This well-presented semi-detached Scandinavian-style lodge has an unusual triangular design and is superbly located in the woodland setting of Kingsdown Park in Kent.
With sea views from the front and woodland walks behind, this lovely Kingsdown lodge is the perfect location for families and friends to enjoy a relaxing break.
Inside this Kingsdown lodge are three bedrooms, two on the ground floor and to the rear, so you can wake up to woodland views along with birdsong.
Covering the whole of the first floor is the double bedroom with its distinctive angled roof and triangle windows at each end, with a balcony rather than a wall at one end allowing you to keep an eye on what is going on in the rest of the lodge!
The sitting room offers sea views as you gather together to plan your day ahead, and with the beautifully kept communal gardens to the front, this is the perfect place to listen to the sound of the waves on the shore.
From the front of this Kent lodge, you can see the coast of France, especially lovely at night with the coastal lights.
This Kingsdown lodge can boast excellent on-site facilities including a tennis court, children's play area and crazy golf.
Take a stroll into the village where you will find several pubs serving great food.
Situated between the popular historic towns of Deal and Dover, this Kingsdown lodge is ideally located for visitors who enjoy castles and keeps, or beaches and boats.
With three castles within 5 miles and a beach walk from Kingsdown to Deal there is plenty to keep you coming back whatever the time of year.
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.