The Buoys

Lydd on Sea | Kent
If you are looking for a coastal getaway this quirky holiday home is one of a kind! With a mixture of authentic 1960's furniture combined with contemporary style, and well chosen objets d'art the house has a unique style and offers very comfortable accommodation. Coupled with the stunning location overlooking the shingle beach of Lydd on Sea to the front, the nature reserve to the rear, and the miniature railway which runs at the bottom of the garden your stay will be full of wonderful sights! Whether staying with a group of friends or extended family The Buoys offers a very special tranquil place to enjoy.

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About The House

Sleeps 6
3 Bedrooms
1 Bathrooms
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The Buoys: sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms, family bathroom and separate WC, sitting room, sun room overlooking the beach, kitchen/diner, garden

Ground Floor

A relaxing sun room with colourful stylish chairs, floating bookshelves, a telescope through which to admire the sea view and glass doors into the sitting room
Sitting room has comfortable seating for 6, TV/DVD. Glass doors face onto and provide access to the garden
Bedroom 3 (sleeps 2) is off the sitting room with twin beds and plenty of storage
Door from the sitting room leads to a lobby with doors to:
Bathroom has original daffodil yellow tiles and bath in excellent condition, overhead rain shower and handheld shower attachment, basin, heated towel rail
Cloakroom with WC
Kitchen has a large electric range cooker with two ovens, grill, five hobs and a warming plate. There is a fridge freezer, microwave, Nespresso coffee machine, table and chairs for 6

Open sided free staircase leads from the sitting room to:

First Floor

Bedroom 1 has sea views a double bed, bedside tables, a dressing table and chair, built in wardrobes and a basin
Bedroom 2 has sea views, twin beds with bedside table, built in wardrobes and a basin
Cloakroom in between the bedrooms on the landing has a WC

The garden to the front is shingled and fenced and filled with wildflowers.
The garden to the rear is sheltered and private and has a patio with a table and seating, plus a shingled area sprouting wild poppies and sea kale, and views of the passing Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch miniature railway when it passes.



Parking - Off Street
Washing Machine
Child Friendly
0.1 Miles to Beach
1 Miles to Pub
2 Miles to Shops
DVD Player
Enclosed Garden
Iron & Board
Christmas Decorations
Vacuum Cleaner
Starter Logs Provided
Coffee Machine
Open Fire
Things You Need to Know
Towels and linen are provided
Wi- Fi
Two parking spaces on the drive, additional parking on the road if required
Electric radiators can be individually controlled and open fire
The staircase has a handrail on one side only and is open tread so toddlers/children should be supervised
House Rules
We would respectfully ask that the following house rules are adhered to, to avoid any damages to our beautiful holiday home. Should any damages arise please note charges may be taken from your security deposit.

Please ensure you vacate on time to allow our housekeepers to enter the property and prepare it for the next guests.
Smoking is not permitted in the property at any time.
Please note for insurance purposes the number of guests must not exceed the total occupancy of the house.
For fire safety reasons please do not use any candles in the property.
Please be respectful to neighbours. Quiet hours are between 10pm and 9am.
Parties and loud music are not permitted.

In The Area

Situated on the edge of the Dungeness Estate which is home to an unusual landscape. The headland on the south coast of Kent is formed largely of a shingle beach. The Dungeness reserve itself is set back from the sea, boasting mile after mile of open shingle, fresh water pits, wet grassland and stunning wildflower meadows. Dungeness is one of the best places for wildlife in the UK and designated as a Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and a Natura 2000 site with plenty of walks to enjoy.

For train lovers amongst you, pick up the miniature steam trains that run from Hythe, New Romney and Dymchurch and stop off at Dungeness and climb the stairs to the top of the Lighthouse for a stunning 360 degree view of the area.

Gardeners may be aware that Derek Jarman’s House and garden is located at Dungeness and you are free to walk around and enjoy his planting and sculptures.

So whatever the season you can be sure to enjoy Dungeness and all it has to offer. Don't forget to bring your raincoat as the weather can be known to turn, and your camera to capture the wonderful sights on offer. You will soon discover why it is popular with wildlife enthusiasts, artists, and walkers. Oh... and make sure you visit the renowned Snack Shack at the Dungeness Fish Hut to pick up the daily catch to cook on the BBQ or enjoy a spot of lunch!

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