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4 Honeywood Close, Lympne
Nr Hythe, Kent. CT21 4JS


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Lympne Castle is a beautiful 13th century, grade 1 listed building, set high on a hill overlooking the Romney Marshes. The Castle provides a perfect venue for wedding receptions and other events.

The high vantage point of the castle allows unprecedented views of the south coast and the French coast on a clear day.

Inside the castle you are transported back to medieval times. The Great Hall has wooden roof beams, part panelled walls and gothic arched windows where you can imagine hearing the lively talk, clank of goblets and music of bygone feasts.

Visit the Lympne Castle Website for more information.


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Port Lympne Wild Animal Park is set in 600 acres and incorporates the historic mansion and landscaped gardens designed by architect Sir Herbert Baker and has spectacular views of the Romney Marsh.

Port Lympne also houses the largest breeding herd of Black Rhinoceros outside Africa as well as Siberian and Bengal tigers, small cats, monkeys, Malayan tapirs, Barbary Lions, African Hunting Dogs and many more rare and endangered species.

Visit the Port Lympne Website for more information.


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 Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway
 
The Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway (RH&DR) is a 15 inch gauge light railway in Kent, England. The 22.1 km line runs from the Cinque Port of Hythe via Dymchurch, St. Mary's Bay, New Romney and Romney Sands to Dungeness, close to Dungeness nuclear power station and Dungeness Lighthouse.

Visit the RH&DR Website for more information.
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The Channel Tunnel is located just a few miles further down the M20 near Folkestone and provides the ideal opportunity for days trips across the channel to France.

Visit the Eurotunnel Website for more information.


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Hythe Canal
 
Hythe & Folkestone are local coastal towns offering a variety of things to explore. As well as providing good shopping opportunities there are beaches to discover and Hythe also offers a wonderful canal and the famous Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch miniature railway.

Visit the Discover Folkestone Website
for more information.


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Canterbury Cathedral
 

The city of Canterbury is less than half an hour by car and welcomes visitors from all four corners of the globe. It has many ancient buildings, shops, bars and restaurants and retains both an old world charm and a cosmopolitan vitality.

The Norman cathedral still dominates the skyline as you approach the city, giving 21st century visitors the same sense of awe as their medieval counterparts.

Visit the Official Canterbury Website
for more information.