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Coastguard's Beach House

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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 7

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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 7

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden

Wake in comfort to the sound of the sea, explore the misty brooding Romney Marsh, then warm up in the many atmospheric pubs with intriguing histories, resident ghouls, roaring fireplaces, cracking ales and tasty pub grub, walk along our pebbled beach, look out across the shimmering blue sea and you'll feel like you've discovered another world..

Stay at Coastguard's Beach House and discover a landscape full of myth's and legends, surrounded by the haunting loneliness of Romney Mash. A flat, open landscape of wide skies and fields criss-crossed by a lattice of drainage ditches, where yellow waterlilies float in early summer, it offers the opportunity to wander quiet lanes and paths and to visit some of its famous medieval churches and the vast stretch of historic invasion coast.

Built in this secluded spot, to help guard against smuggling and invasion, this beautiful renovated coastguard cottage is the perfect location for a holiday away from the hustle and bustle of modern life.

Cottage Summary

Sleeps 4 + 3 people (double sofa bed + single foldaway bed to second bedroom)

Sea views

Beach just 80 meters away

Woodburning stove

6 miles to RSPB Dungeness Nature Reserve

6 miles to medieval town of Rye

Quiet and secluded location

South facing decked garden

Nespresso coffee machine

Parking for 2 cars

Entertainment

Radio broadband

Flat screen 32” TV

DVD Player

Selection of DVD's, board games and books

Ipod docking stations in living room and both bedrooms

Coastguards Beach House is a renovated Coastguards Cottage at Jury's Gap, so close to the beach that you can see the sea from the upstairs windows and not far from Camber village and a little further on, the pretty Cinque port town of Rye.

Here at Coastguards Beach House, you are surrounded by views in every direction - marshland designated an SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) to one side and the sea to the other. This location is the perfect getaway with only your close neighbours for company.

Coastguards Beach House is a stunning luxury, self catering holiday cottage where you can happily make lovely meals for your family and friends, but it's also within easy reach of local amenities including shops and many excellent pubs and restaurants for your eating out, you are on holiday after all!

Coastguards Beach House has a contemporary and sociable open plan layout downstairs, ideal for enjoying the company of your holiday group, this cottage has all of the modern comforts you need, within a modified traditional coastguards cottage.

As soon as you step inside you'll notice the huge amount of care and attention that has been given in the renovation from its former 1875 life as a Coastguards property to a cosy holiday cottage with log burner, comfortable lounge and modern kitchen – the perfect place for some well-earned R&R away from the monotonous grind of everyday life!

The newly equipped open plan layout kitchen, dining room and lounge in Coastguards Beach House has everything you'll need. Nespresso Coffee Machine, breakfast bar and farm house style dining table where you can relax and plan the day a head over breakfast - why not visit Rye and buy locally caught seafood fresh from the boat or some Romney marsh lamb from the local butchers? Beside The Sea Holidays will be more than happy to recommend our favourites!

From the kitchen area you can see into the comfortable lounge area, with log burning stove that is the centre piece of this lovely space where you can enjoy the company of your friends and family, or relax and enjoy your own company with a good book or well deserved glass of wine.

Upstairs you'll find a beautiful, modern, family bathroom and two bedrooms.

The large, comfortable master bedroom has a double bed with views of the sea, coastal garden and adjoining coastguard cottages.

The second bedroom has two 3ft beds and a single fold away bed with un-spoilt views over the sheep studded marsh where the local smugglers plied their trade in years gone by, this room also benefits from an en suite shower room.

The cottage has a fully enclosed south-facing and quiet garden, the perfect place to relax after a day of exploring one of the many historical sites or taking a hike along one of the areas many a coastal path or marshland walks.

Coastguards Beach House is the perfect holiday cottage to relax and unwind in and do as much or as little as you want and only the crackle of the fire and the crash of the waves to disturb you!

Please note: The environment agency is carrying out work to the sea wall (Aug 2014 - June 2015) and so you will find that the beach access is limited to when the firing range is not in use. Please refer to the environment agency website for more details. The MOD firing range is about a quarter of a mile away that is used occasionally, so do not be alarmed as it is not a shoot out with smugglers or Napoleon invading, its the British army sharpening their marksmanship!

Size Sleeps up to 7, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Its next to the beach!
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 2.4 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Gatwick 50 km, Nearest railway: Rye 7 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Single beds (3), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users

The East Sussex region

Jurys Gap

Coastguard Cottages are surrounded by interesting and high quality countryside, and so whatever time of year you visit there is always something special to see.

Situated on the edge of once smugglers haven of Romney Marsh just a few meters from the sea, Coastguard Cottages are the perfect place from which to explore diverse natural landscapes on foot or by bicycle.

From west to east the main sites are – Hastings Country Park, Brede High Woods, Pett Level, Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, Camber Dunes & Pits and Dungeness RSPB Reserve, but there are many smaller sites to discover.

A large part of this area is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest that includes extensive areas of shingle ridges, sand dunes, marshland dissected by ditches, rivers and saltmarsh. Making this wildlife rich area a fantastic place for hiking and cycling holidays

Being so close to Europe put this area right on the front line in the turbulent centuries with France. With historic sites galore, atmospheric battlefields, stately homes, castles, ancient port towns and Norman ruins scattered across coast and countryside, the area is one giant museum. It heaves with history and heritage and there are historic mementos around every corner.

No stay would be complete without visiting on of England's best preserved medieval towns.

With its ancient citadel, set on a rocky promontory, the historic town of Rye is two miles from the open sea on the River Rother and became a fortified medieval Cinque Port over 800 years ago. Rye's past is woven with seafaring tales of naval battles, violent storms, lifeboat heroics and smuggling.

Surrounded by the famous Romney Marshes, with their treacherous footpaths and fickle tides, Rye gained independence by Royal Charter in 1289. Elizabeth I gave the town its Royal title in 1573 and the town hall displays an unbroken list of mayors since the 13th Century.

These maritime adventures have now given way to yachting and a vibrant fishing fleet whose catches – including Rye Bay scallops, Dover sole and Dungeness prawns – are relished in local gastronomic restaurants like The Mermaid Inn, where the infamous Hawkhurst Gang planned smuggling and kidnapping in by-gone days.

The marshes are now one of the largest bird sanctuaries in Europe and attract watchers and walkers from all over the world. There is much to do in Rye, with the world famous Rye Golf Club – founded in 1893 – and some of Europe's finest beaches nearby at Camber Sands. Kite flying, cycling, sand yachting and hiking are all enjoyed in the area, as well as most water sports.

There are many pubs and restaurants in and around the town and the outlying villages, all offering a slice of country nightlife away from the hustle & bustle. Rye is also a centre for antiques, books and ceramics, with several thriving markets, dealing in country produce, collectors items and, of course, fish.

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      Richard Smith (Property Manager Beside The Sea Holidays)

      • 6 Years listed

      95% Response rate

      Calendar last updated:26 Aug 2015

      Based in United Kingdom

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