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Romney Marsh is known for its natural beauty, the diversity of its habitats, rich history, extensive coastline and its sheep. With excellent accommodation, outstanding attractions, fine food and drink, varied walking routes and many sandy beaches...more
All reviews dungeness country lanes power station flat land interesting area sheep grazing sandy beaches bird sanctuary great area to visit hythe and dymchurch railway lovely churches lovely scenery military canal wild flowers st clements light railway rye
Lived here for last 15years. Lots to do, including going on small (size wise) t rain from Dungeness, RSPB Bird Sanctuary at Dungeness, Plsne Museum at Brenzett plus lots more including Fundair (open most holidays), arcades.Port Lympne Zoo nearby as well. Also loads of Sandy...More
Date of experience: January 2019
Peter F, Front Office Manager at Romney Marsh, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Hugely flat and uninteresting landscape with lots of small settlements dotted about the place. Loads of great pubs to check out but place not really conducive to walks. If walking is your thing then head for the coast or check out the light railway that...More
There are many reasons to visit The Romney Marsh area.
My husband and I were on a short break staying in Hythe. One of the reasons for our visit was to continue exploring some of the many Medieval Churches that abound in this area. There...More
I love history and Romney mash is the place of the highway men. They say if your on the marsh when the fog is thick you can here the rider's looking for the next person to rob. There are great place 's to stay at...More
As a child I spent the majority of my time on the Marsh, enjoying the long hot summers and the freedom to explore.
Then I was introduced to the world of smugglers and Dr Syn and the Marsh really came alive.
There is so much...More
This is a really interesting area. We initially went through on the Hythe and Dymchurch Railway. This is a great way to see the sights with the benefit of seeing the area without having to drive. The following day we drove to Dungeness Power Station...More
Date of experience: July 2018
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Peter F, Guest Relations Manager at Romney Marsh, responded to this reviewResponded 17 July 2018
Pleased that you liked Romney Marsh as much as we do.