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Holiday Cottage in St Mary's Bay, Kent

from £332 pwSleeps 5+1

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Greycot Summary

Greycot was built in the 1930's as a seaside holiday house and is still owned (and loved!) by the family who built it! This beachside cottage is ideally situated with direct access to the sea and is the perfect place to base your long summer holiday or short break. The large pretty garden has a terrace area, the ideal place to sit and enjoy a BBQ and a glass of wine. This fabulous Kent holiday cottage offers flexible accommodation having 3 bedrooms and is ideal whether you are looking for a short break with friends or a longer family holiday.

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Greycot Holiday Accommodation

Greycot: sleeps 5+1, in 3 bedrooms, 2 receptions rooms, 2 bathrooms. Internet. A cot is available upon request
Ground Floor
Sitting room: sofas, fully working wood burning stove, TV with DVD player.
Kitchen: electric fan oven, electric hob, microwave oven, dishwasher and toaster and built-in fridge. The dining table is also located in the kitchen. The larder houses the washer/dryer and freezer, an ironing board and iron.
Bathroom, with original roll top bath
Separate Shower room
Bedroom 1 Can be made up as a Single/ Twin or Double room (sleeps 1 + 1). Please advise the Booking Team of how you would like this bedroom to be made up, either as a single room, twin room or a Zip-link double. With sea views.
First Floor
Bedroom 2 Master bedroom (sleeps 2) double bed, double aspect room. Sea views
Bedroom 3 Twin Room (sleeps 2) 2 single beds. Sea views.
Private front garden with terraced area and BBQ.
Private off-road parking. 
Seafront at the end of the garden!
The holiday cottage's garden has direct access to the beach 


Oil filled electric heaters with thermostats throughout.

Local Information about St Mary's Bay, Kent

Greycot is the perfect place if a beach holiday is what you are after. Miles of beach, a mix of shingle and sand make this the ideal place to enjoy an English seaside holiday and with direct access to the beach from the back garden you would find it hard to find a more ideal property to base your stay.

St Mary's Bay lies on the South East Coast of the Romney Marsh between the villages of Littlestone and Dymchurch. There is an abundance of places to go and things to explore. The Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch railway offers fun for all the family, whatever your age. The world's smallest public railway travels along the coast from Hythe to Dungeness with a variety of events happening throughout the year. One of the most sought after is the famous day out with Thomas the Tank Engine where little ones can have an adventure with Thomas and Friends. For the more mature among us why not try your hand at learning to drive a steam train.

A fantastic day out with the kids and animal lovers alike can be found at Port Lympne, Wild Animal Experience. Feel like an explorer as you jump aboard the Safari Jeep from basecamp to one of the four on-foot zones. In these zones you'll discover conservation first hand with exhibits and interactive educational displays as well as three play areas and two restaurants. Set in 600 acres of beautiful Kent countryside and housing over 650 rare and endangered animals, Port Lympne is certainly not to be missed.

Not far from this English holiday cottage in Kent, lies the town of Hythe which offers a good range of shops, restaurants, lovely walks along the seafront and canal, a golf course, swimming pool and tennis courts for you to make the most of during your stay in St Mary's Bay, Kent. Fresh fish can be bought direct from fisherman on the beach, ideal for those who do not wish to cook in this self-catering holiday cottage in Kent. Near to this Kent holiday cottage is the Kent village of Sandgate with its restaurants, antique shops and pubs.

Further afield from this luxury Kent holiday cottage you can experience more of Kent by visiting Dover, Rye and Canterbury; all of which are a short distance away. Dover, in Kent, has a magnificent castle perched on the top of the cliffs, Rye, in Sussex, has a wonderful mix of antique shops, tea rooms and smugglers haunts and of course the world heritage site of Canterbury with it's stunning cathedral!

And of course don't forget your passport for you can take a day or two away from this self-catering holiday cottage in Kent and go to see France. The Channel Tunnel is only 20 minutes away from this Kent holiday cottage and a crossing to France only takes 35 minutes!

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