The stations at New Romney, Dungeness and Hythe are all on or near the A259 trunk road which gives direct access from the Kent & Sussex coast. Hythe Station is only 3 miles from the M20 junction 11 (signposted) which makes it easily accessible from London, the M25, the Channel Ports and the Eurotunnel terminal at Cheriton. New Romney and Dungeness can be found via the A2070 (from M20 junction 10) and the A259. There are car parks at all major stations.
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A combined Bus and RH&DR Ticket is available on most Stagecoach Bus services in Kent and East Sussex. Call 08702 433711 for details.Top of this page
Travel via Ashford (Kent) to Folkestone Central and then by bus to Hythe. Alternatively travel via Hastings to Rye and then by bus to New Romney.
National Rail enquiries are on 0845 748 4950.Top of this page
The railway is about 2 miles from Lydd Airport, which is conveniently situated for flights from both the UK and Continental Europe
Telephone +44 (0) 1797 320000 for flight information etc.Top of this page
Located on the hills overlooking Hythe Bay in an exclusive area of the town. Our location is perfect for all occasions. We are open all year. We are within a few minutes walk of the Sene Park Golf Club and short walk to the beach and shops. Free Parking is available on the drive. The Channel Tunnel is close by for day trips or if you require a stopover in England.
Phone: 01303 230581
web site: http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/amariguesthouse
Capri – Self-Catering Holiday Accommodation in New Romney
Come and stay in our bright and airy chalet-style bungalow, situated in a tucked away location at the end of a cul-de-sac. It is an ideal location for visitors to the RH&DR as it is just a two minute stroll from the house to New Romney station. Children and older railway enthusiasts alike will love watching the trains steam past the garden fence!
Contact us for more details:
Phone Sarah Cheeseman on 01932 885715 or 07962 177506
The Coach House Bed & Breakfast
Self Contained B & B accommodation on Lympne Hill, Hythe with views over the Marsh to the RH&DR and sea. Watch the train's progress across the Marsh from the garden! Within easy reach of the M20 and a perfect location for touring Kent.
Phone: 01303 265036
web site: www.thecoachhousehythe.co.uk
Bed and Breakfast at this delightful house in Lydd, where you will be sure of a warm welcome.
Phone: 01797 322037
web site: http://www.coxellhouse.co.uk/
Dr Syn Guest House
Debbie and John Playford, formally of Dolly Plum Cottage Guest House, invite you to stay in this olde worlde guest house named after Dr Syn, the mythical character created by actor and author Russel Thorndike. It's located in Dymchurch town next to the Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Steam Railway, within 200 yards of the golden sandy beaches and only 15 minutes from the Eurotunnel. The house is one of the oldest buildings in Dymchurch dating back to the 1700's and has a wealth of Beamed Ceilings and open fireplaces, with spacious en-suite bedrooms that have a special charm and character.
Phone: 01303 874558
web site: www.drsynsguesthouse.co.uk/
Dymchurch Holiday Bungalow
A modern detached bungalow within 200 yards of the long sandy award winning Beach on the edge of Dymchurch village sleeping 5 plus 1.
Phone: 01708 222051
web site: www.dymchurchholiday.co.uk
Haguelands Farm Bed & Breakfast
Five star accomodation on the Romney Marsh, close to the RH&DR and ideally situated for touring the Marsh.
Phone: 01303 872273
web site: http://www.haguelandsfarm.co.uk/
Maccassil Guest House
Find out more by visiting: http://www.maccassil.co.uk
Built in the 1890’s Seabrook House is a lovely Victorian property with many of its original features preserved and set in pretty gardens. Renovated to a high standard, each spacious room has first class en-suite facilities and all are tastefully decorated in keeping with the age of elegance. Many rooms enjoy views across the Channel and around the bay to Dungeness.
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