Patagonia Collection created by Fiona Naylor

Kent
23rd February 2021

Taking the road out to the beach and wildlife reserve at Dungeness is a journey like no other. It's bleak but equally beautiful, the shingle beckons ahead and you are entering a pure movie-set landscape. 

The theatre is all there; vast skies, expansive beach, contemporary, stylish architecture straight out of a Sunday supplement; artists retreat and wildlife swooping across the set, perfectly choreographed to set this scene.

Digging a little deeper into its history, when you know that from here fuel was pumped to France to support the D Day landings, or that here too is the site of the research base for triangulated radar, you can't help but feel that these shores reveal stories too important to ignore.

Bloom Stays has four houses available to guests to stay in, each one telling a different version of Dungeness' thrilling story.

Coastguard Lookout, Radar, Fog Signal and the Pump Station have been designed and created by Fiona Naylor, Founding Partner at Johnson Naylor. She lives at Dungeness and she converted these four properties to conserve them and their history as well as let them to anyone interested in this beguiling place. And who can resist?  

Coastguard Lookout

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Fog Signal Building

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Radar

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Pump Station

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