Griffin House is an impressive Grade II listed, double fronted Georgian house, set in the heart of Deal's delightful conservation area, offering 1,700 sq ft (158 sq m) of splendid accommodation arranged as three double bedrooms, three reception rooms, two bathrooms, kitchen and a courtyard garden.
The house is located at the end of Griffin Street, and as soon as you step out of the front door, you are 5 seconds from the beach.
Griffin House has been decorated with an exquisite palette of bespoke Georgian colours, to create a peaceful and exceptionally elegant place to stay and relax.
We regret that the house is not suitable for children under the age of sixteen. Nor is it suitable for pets.
The formal dining room offers a wonderful entertaining space overlooking the sea, together with fireside dining. It is home to a beautiful library with a record player, and an eclectic collection of records.
The drawing room is a quiet and intimate space for cosy relaxation by the open fire.
Thoughtfully laid out and well equipped, with entertaining in mind, there is an island which is ideal for food preparation, and where you can sit and chat to the cook, eat, have a cup of coffee or a cocktail.
King sized 4 poster bed, overlooking the sea.
Super King 4 poster bed.
Large bathroom with an open fire.
The top floor is in the eaves of the house, with exposed beams. This tranquil space ensures a sense of absolute privacy and calm. There is a sitting room overlooking the sea, and an open fire.
A Bathroom overlooking the sea, and a bath made for two.
The lovely, private walled garden is a sun trap with a seating area which is ideal for a barbeque and stargazing.
Deal is a unique place, where coast meets country, country meets the town and England meets the Continent. Whatever the time of year, it's a great spot to savour some quality time and glimpse life from a bygone era.
You'll find a wealth of independent, quirky shops open all year round, and every Saturday, in the centre of town, a lively market with stalls selling everything from antiques through to cheese and wine.
For generations, artists, designers, writers and musicians have been inspired by the beautiful coastline, chalk cliffs, stunning countryside, smugglers' alleyways, historical heritage and nautical charisma.
There's an energetic arts scene with a host of independent galleries, exhibitions and events, whatever the time of year, there's always something exciting happening.
Regardless of whether you are after a casual bite or a full dining experience, Deal's choices of eateries will appeal to all tastes and appetites.
Dozens of pubs, cafes and restaurants are making the most of their prime location in the Garden of England using seasonal and locally sourced ingredients including fresh seafood from the surrounding shores.?
Prices From£2,450pw £58.33pppn
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