Period, 1 bedroom, ground-floor, apartment in historic Hythe, Kent, south-east coast.

ID #10577

Hythe, England Coastal Yes Apartment
2 1 2
New Zealand
20th Sep 2019  to  28th Sep 2019
24th Dec 2019  to  20th Jun 2020
South Africa
The Caribbean
Home Exchange, Non-simultaneous Exchange, Open to offers

Beautiful Edwardian House converted into just 4 apartments one of which is our home on the ground floor. The apartment is recently refurbished and comfortable with a spacious lounge and south-facing sun terrace with sea glimpses. It is a very peaceful and tranquil environment yet well connected if you want to travel further. It also has a grass private garden to relax in. The house is set on a hillside where there are numerous alleys and footpaths to explore.

Dishwasher, DVD player, Garden, Internet access/Wifi, Microwave, Parking, Television, Washing machine
No Smoking
Sorry no pets
Sorry no children
Car swap not available
Canterbury London Gatwick - 1hr 30mins

The house is located just 5 minutes walk from the historic town of Hythe in Kent featuring the Royal Military Canal and the south-east coast is a 15 minute walk. It's an area rich in history, with castles, very old churches, and scenic walks. Hythe is very close to the town of Folkestone with an artistic quarter and fishing harbour. Folkestone also benefits from high speed train links to links to London [52 mins] and the channel tunnel across to France.

The map marker is a general indicator of the local area only.
Boating/Sailing, Fishing, Galleries/Museums, Golf, Historical Sites, Horse riding, Public Parks/Gardens, Public Transport, Restaurants, Shopping, Sightseeing, Tennis, Theatres, Walking

Sene Valley Golf Club
Hythe Imperial also has a coastal 9 hole course

Linda and Gerry English None 2 No
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We have enjoyed some travel world wide and as more time becomes available at this time of life, we plan to enjoy further adventures. We enjoy meeting people and particularly like to experience the feel and atmosphere of a local community. Being independent is also important as we tend to avoid crowds and like exploring by ourselves. We are both professional, though operate in different fields. Luckily we don't have full-time work commitments and can be flexible when we take time off. In our spare time we enjoy walking, dining out, good wine, and cultural activities. We're not into sport hugely but enjoy watching a good rugby game. Some gentle sailing is also favoured!