4.9★ Sykes rating 2 Guests 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Pets No Features Off road parking Garden / Patio Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Games Room Seaside Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews well (8) channel (6) flat (6) owner (6) views (5) extras (5) 18 Customer Reviews "Bay Tor, beautiful apartment, fabulous views, in a wonderful location." I had a lovely week at Bay Tor, it is on the coastal path with wonderful walks to Deal & Dover. Lots of places to visit a short drive away, and a beautiful apartment to come back to every day. Just perfect! Reviewed by Linda5.0★Sep 2023 "Excellent" Reviewed by Jeanette5.0★Jul 2023 "A very clean well equipped property, excellent for self catering." Greated by the owner who is friendly, helpful and does everything to make sure we had a comfortable stay. Comfortable lounge with DVDs / TV / board games/ books and magazines available. Newly refurbished bathroom. Newly refurbished kitchen. Well equipped,. Lovely view of the channel. Outdoor seating area. 4 miles from Dover. Perfect for touring the area, and all the history of the white cliffs, Castle etc. Hidden gem. Reviewed by Susan5.0★Jun 2023 "Very comfortable flat with lovely view of the Channel from lounge window." Flat is well equipped with various extras and thoughtful gifts. Host is very welcoming and helpful. Reviewed by Elaine4.7★Apr 2023 "Would recommend without reservation." Reviewed by Steven5.0★Jun 2022 "Wonderful facilities." Wonderful friendly host. Super welcome. Special gifts. I cannot speak highly enough about this property. Fully geared up for self-catering. A haven of peace and tranquility. You are in for a real treat. There is no better place to stay in this part of Kent with views you will not find anywhere else in the UK. This place will sell out quickly for the school holidays, so, well..... book quickly with a personal recommendation from me, Warm wishes, Professor Harding. Reviewed by Mark5.0★Mar 2022 "A beautiful apartment in a wonderful location with views extending across the Channel to France." Cliff top walks, bus route, village shop and eateries close by. We had a very enjoyable holiday. Thank you. Reviewed by Lesley5.0★Jul 2021 "Lovely flat with views across the Channel." Mary, the host, left us several unexpected extras which was very kind. Wi-fi very intermittent, this is the reason I have only given 4*. Lots of great walks in the area, and castles nearby. Loads of history in the area. A great base for a break. Reviewed by Lorraine5.0★May 2021 "The owner was excessively kind and provided biscuits, mineral water and two bottles of Chardonnay for my arrival." The wine and water were double her standard gift offering I believe given I was staying for two weeks rather than one like many of her prior guests. Most generous and kind. Reviewed by Simon4.7★Apr 2021 "Very good property had everything we deeded just park the car didn’t need to use as so many walks around." As well nice touches left in the flat wine biscuits milk butter plus little gift made locally Reviewed by Ruth5.0★Sep 2020 "We received a very warm welcome from Mrs Mary Gyte, with several extras waiting for us in the flat like milk, butter and biscuits which was a very kind touch." The flat was beautifully presented and the appliances all worked very well. The view over the channel was great, and it was good to be able to go walking over the White Cliffs from the flat without the need to use the car. Also the local bus service was very good which we used on other days to visit Dover, Sandwich and Deal. A most interesting area to explore. Andrew & Barbara King. Reviewed by Andrew5.0★Sep 2019 "A very generous landlady who provided extra rations and 2 small gifts." The view across the Channel was very good on most days and St Margaret's on the Cliff is a very pleasant village. Reviewed by Gilbert5.0★Jul 2019 "We have come to have high expectations with holidays booked via Sykes and we were definitely not disappointed this time." The flat was clean, quiet, comfortable and well equipped for the two of us. It was an excellent base from which to visit many interesting locations in East Kent. The owner, who lived below the flat, was a real gem. Reviewed by Nigel5.0★Jun 2019 "Obviously good weather helped but great cottage with warm welcome from the owner." An abundance of food extras provided as well as small gifts/keepsakes. Just great. Reviewed by Simon4.4★Jun 2019 "This was the perfect spot to explore Dover & surrounding areas, The flat itself was well equipped & nothing was too much for the owner who lived on site, even giving us some ideas of where to go & eat, We are missing that recliner sofa though." Reviewed by Ian5.0★Jun 2019 "Amazing loved staying wished i could have stayed longer." Reviewed by Gary4.7★Mar 2019 "Apartment is in a nice quiet area." It is clean, comfortable and spacious with everything you would need provided.Owner very helpful and near by if required. Beautiful location with the bay a short but steep walk away. Would not hesitate to return. Reviewed by Kathy5.0★Feb 2019 "Very warm welcome from hostess who provided us with a number of nice extras." The accommodation was larger than appeared from the photos and we even had views. We would certainly stay there again. Reviewed by Anton4.7★Dec 2018 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary One bedroom: 1 x double. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room. Gas central heating Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV with Freeview, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off-road parking Outdoor furniture Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop and pub 5 mins walk Note: Stairs lead up to the property entrance - not suitable for those with limited mobility Note: No children/babies Note: No barbecues Note: The WIFI at this property may be intermittent Note: Please be advised that this property has a maximum 14 night stay Note: This property is strictly week long bookings Friday to Friday. The property A wonderful one bed apartment overlooking St Margarets Bay, close to the village of St Margaret's at Cliffe, only three miles from Dover. Perfect for couples wanting to truly get away from it all, Bay Tor makes a promising stay, with beautiful sea views welcoming the outside in. External stairs lead you inside the apartment, the interior comprises of a double bedroom where you can truly enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep, with a lovely view to wake up to. A delightful fitted kitchen is equipped with everything you need to feel right at home, and the fabulous bathroom combines a shower over the bath. There is a wide hallway which lends itself to a dining area. Spend some time in the lounge, a comfortable place to unwind from morning through to evening with some lovely views across the English Channel. This would make a perfect base for those wishing to uncover the hidden gems of the AONB and explore nearby Dovers Frontline British heritage. St Margaret's at Cliffe rests along the famous and idyllic White Cliffs of Dover, on the South Foreland Heritage Coast of Kent. There's a collection of pubs/restaurants as well as a village shop and post office within walking distance. Deal and Sandwich are also close by. Sandwich is very popular with the golf enthusiasts with the number of golf courses available. Set between the historic towns of Dover and Deal, you can visit the castles; popular visitor attractions. Just along the coast from Dover is the Battle of Britain Memorial at Capel-le-Ferne. Free to enter on foot, the National Memorial to the Few is a peaceful place, ideal for quiet reflection. An idyllic location to spend some quality time. View on map About the location ST MARGARET'S AT CLIFFE Dover 4 miles; Deal 5.5 miles; Folkestone 12 miles; Canterbury 18.5 miles This delightful little spot rests along the famous and idyllic White Cliffs of Dover, on the South Foreland Heritage Coast of Kent. St Margaret's at Cliffe also contains the neighbouring village of St Margarate's Bay, both of which offer a choice of charming local amenities, you can also find the Dover Patrol Memorial, the Pines Garden Tea Room and Museum and the striking Foreland Lighthouse - all of which are worth a look around. A gap in the cliffs presents a lovely shingle beach with opportunities for rock-pooling and a pub serving food which overlooks it as well as being opposite the house previously occupied by Noel Coward and Ian Fleming. This is the point from which swimmers of the English Channel depart. Dover sits just four miles away with it's famous castle, attractive seafront, pier and marina and much more to see and do. The Kent Downs AONB is within a stone's throw for avid walkers and cyclists, while many more characterful coastal spots can be found close by; Folkestone, Ramsgate and Margate to name but a few. The unique and striking cathedral city of Canterbury is also within reach for a different experience. Note: Please be advised that this property has a maximum 14 night stay.Note: This property is strictly week long bookings Friday to Friday.