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Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway

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Sun, sea and steam.

A very enjoyable ride from Hythe to Dungeness. Had a light bite and tea at the restaurant which is... read more

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kathchapman57
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New Romney, United Kingdom
Train ride with a difference

Did this ride whilst on a coach tour. Arrived at Hythe station and got to teas to go which was... read more

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John1538
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Manchester, United Kingdom
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City should read New Romney, Kent not Littlestone
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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New Romney Station 2 Littlestone Road | New Romney Station, New Romney TN28 8PL, England
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Reviewed today

A very enjoyable ride from Hythe to Dungeness. Had a light bite and tea at the restaurant which is now a pleasant place to eat, much improved from the dated cafe that was there previously.

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Reviewed today

Did this ride whilst on a coach tour. Arrived at Hythe station and got to teas to go which was very nice on a hot day. The carriages and compartments are quite small. However at 6 foot I was sat quite comfortable once I had...More

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got on at dungeness.a strange yet lovely place on its own.not cheap 22 for 2 adults and a 2 year old.lovely staff and trains. must say the journey time to dymchurch made us rethink with an energetic 2 year old so we got off at...More

1  Thank dannyboy73
Reviewed 2 days ago

We had a week based in Ashford. This was I think my best day out of the whole week. I am slightly biased as I am the only driver in the party so having a day of just sitting and enjoying the scenery without having...More

1  Thank Nigel B
Reviewed 2 days ago

Planned this visit for a long time after watching RH&D Railway on RailCam. Stayed at Hythe were I joined the first of my steam train journeys. Actually arrived at the station early to look around the well stacked gift shop and then take various photos...More

Thank the_baron1
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We walked to Dymchurch and got the train to Dungeness what fun to feel like a kid again We watched the world go by ,the kids laugh and cry and at the end of the line we had an ice cream and got back on...More

Thank Droopydrawrs52
Reviewed 4 days ago

This is an activity for all the family, no matter what the age. The history of Captain Howie and how it all started, captures everyone's imagination. The trip to Dugeness, Stand's out as the most memorable. Walking around and going up the old lighthouse is...More

Thank Lloydtcumings
Reviewed 4 days ago

We went here on a lovely sunny day. We started at New Romney and bought a family rover ticket for just shy of £50. There was a while to wait for the first train so the children played on the 2 outdoor play areas. We...More

Thank Jane S
Reviewed 5 days ago

Free parking is something rarely seen for an attraction these days and unlimited street parking nearby if the car park is full! We wat he’d the little engine turn on th3 turntable and top up with water before backing up to th3 carriages. I went...More

Thank Peerli
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Our day started at Hythe Station & this is the best spot to travel if you are intending returning back. Bit expensive for a small journey - we took a Day Rover ticket for both @ total £32. There are parts which are really scenic...More

Thank Michael W
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Laneylou60
28 May 2018|
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Response from DannyMartin5076 | Property representative |
Yes most welcome. Only restrictions are Model Exhibition and cafes but have catering garden and conservatory areas that we do welcome dogs in
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RHL41
27 May 2018|
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Response from DannyNewRomney | Property representative |
Yes definitely Ticket Office open 9-5 First train 10.15 this week and last leaves Hythe to go back 5.00 Different times from Sun 3rd June
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shepherdj6
14 May 2018|
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Response from DannyMartin5076 | Property representative |
Our all day ticket is £18.00 You can book in advance on our website and that will include a reservation on the 10.30 departure should you require it (our busiest train) There are always tickets available on the day too We... More
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