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Holiday Cottage in St Margaret's Bay, Kent

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Treworgie Summary

Treworgie in Kent is situated within the pretty village of St Margaret's Bay and the picturesque Kent coastline. This coastline with its White Cliffs is quite spectacular and has fantastic views over the Channel to France; in fact you couldn't get any closer to France without getting wet! At Treworgie in St Margaret's Bay, Kent all your needs are catered for, from an extremely well equipped kitchen which would impress even the most discerning cooks to comfortable, stylishly decorated bedrooms which create a calm and peaceful ambience. The attractive living room, complete with open fire and large bay windows overlooking the amazing National Trust countryside and Kent coast is the perfect place to relax whatever the time of year.

**Bottle of champagne and a box of chocolates to enjoy on the balconies overlooking the glorious views for all guests**

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Treworgie Holiday Accommodation

Treworgie: sleeps 5, 3 bedrooms (one with sofa bed), 1 reception room, 1 family bathroom, views to the coast and hills, walking trails, terraces with seating for 5/6.

The cottage is approached down 2 sets of steep stairs.

Ground Floor

Kitchen with gas hob, electric oven, fridge with freezer compartment, washing machine, dishwasher and microwave.

Decked terrace with bistro table and chairs to seat 4, spectacular views. Table and benches to seat 5/6.

Lounge / dining area, dining table seating 5/6. Two sofas to seat 5/6, open fireplace, TV, digibox, DVD and radio

Cloakroom with WC and small basin

Large decked balcony area.

First Floor

2 x double rooms (sleep 2 each), double beds, balcony

Single room (sleeps 1) in 1 sofa bed, balcony with bistro table and chairs to seat 2.

Family bathroom, bath, shower over.


Central heating throughout


Local Information about St Margaret's Bay, Kent

This area of Kent which includes St Margaret's at Cliffe and St Margaret's Bay has been aptly named First Light Coast and Country. As the sun rises you can bask in the first light of the day in the midst of the White Cliffs. Surrounded by spectacular countryside throughout the year this area offers such a range of activities for the holidaymaker. You can walk for miles along the deserted coastline and get inspiring views of the Heritage Coast, the Channel and also the coast of Northern France. Further inland there are the Kent Downs which are valued for their chalk grassland and wildlife.

For sporting activities there is much to offer, horse riding, cycling, swimming, water sports and golf are all available locally. In summer the beach and rock pools are perfect for children, with safe swimming in the bay. St Margaret's Bay has been for a long time a good location for surfers, kayakers and canoeists.

If you enjoy fishing then St Margaret's Bay is a good location for catching sea bass, mackerel, dogfish and sole. With your binoculars you may also see seals, guillemots, little egrets and maybe occasional dolphin and basking shark!

The village of St Margaret's Bay has many local amenities including a village shop, Tea rooms and three lovely pubs which all offer great food and fine ales. The Coastguard Pub on the beach is a short walk away and is an award winning pub with food made from fresh local ingredients.

The Pines Garden Museum in St Margaret's Bay is well worth a visit and includes six acres of organically managed gardens. The 12th Century local church is also interesting with rounded arches and doorways. Further afield there is the historic Dover Castle and Walmer Castle both good locations for days out.

If France beckons then why not take a ferry from Dover or the Channel Tunnel at Folkestone for a day trip, it's so close so don't forget to bring your passports!

Inland a short drive away is the historic City of Canterbury with its cobbled streets and magnificent Cathedral, many hours can be spent exploring and enjoying everything that this Medieval City has to offer.

For more ideas please visit our 'things to do' section on the website.

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