Glen Hill Lodge
- Sleeps 6
- 3 Beds
- 1 Bathroom
- Child Friendly
- Pet Friendly (up to 1 pet)
- New Property
- Outside space
- Pub near by
- Romantic cottages
- Pets Allowed
- Sea View
- Allocated Parking
Kitchen / Housekeeping
- Iron and board
- Washing Machine
- Close to amenities
- Coastal property
- Tennis Court
- Cable / Satellite TV
Children / Infants
- Children Welcome
Property DescriptionGlen Hill Lodge is self contained wing, adjacent to the main house. The wing has has been traditionally furnished and has three bedrooms; two doubles and one twin bedroom with one bathroom. Guests will have access to the whole garden and the beach is only a short walk away. The wing has its own parking and entrance.
There is a trampoline and football nets in the garden, these are shared with the main house.
The Finer Details
- Bed linen and towels are provided.
- No washing machine/tumble dryer.
- Infant friendly- there is 1 travel cot and 1 highchair available on request (please bring your own linen for the travel cot, as these are not provided).
- Dog friendly - up to 2 well behaved dogs are welcome for an additional charge of £30 per dog. Please refer to your signed terms and conditions for our pet rules.
- This property has private parking.
- Terrace area with table, chairs etc.
- Located in a quiet rural area. Please note there are neighbours close by so we ask that you respect their privacy, peace and quiet.
As the property is located in a quiet, residential area, noisy parties and anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated. Any events must be requested and agreed prior to arrival.
The tennis court is only available to use in the summer.
There are is a fully equipped kitchen with silverware/china/glassware/cooking equipment and all electrical appliances including fridge and cooker.
For the historians Deal is mentioned in the Doomsday book, but evidence suggests its history goes back much further. Julius Caesar is said to have landed upon the Deal & Walmer coast in 55 and 54 BC. Deal is one of the Cinque Ports and has been important in the defences of south east England throughout history. With a coastline that was permanently exposed to potential attack it was no wonder that Deal played such an important role.
There is something for everyone in Deal, fantastic and often quirky independent shops, markets, delicatessens, pubs, restaurants and cafes, together with a wonderful weekly bric-a-brac and food market. The actual town centre is pedestrianised which makes it an ideal place to wander and explore. Deal has a long Pier which was named Pier of the Year in 2008 and boasts an award-winning café and restaurant, whilst the beach is perfect for soaking up the coastal scenery. Deal is a true Georgian town with winding streets and lovely promenade.
Other things to do in Deal include the Time Ball Tower Museum, which is a Semaphore Tower and was used to pass messages along the East Coast to warn of smugglers. This museum contains many curious items and is well worth a visit. The Deal Maritime and Local History Museum is also very interesting as it tells the full historical story of this seaside town. The Deal Memorial Bandstand is a remembrance of the bombing of Deal's Royal Marines School of Music in 1989. The bandstand is in regular use and there are free concerts from May to September on Sunday afternoons.
Deal and Walmer have excellent bars, cafes and restaurants to choose from, including an award winning restaurant at the end of the pier. Within a 2 minute walk of the house is the best fish and chip shop in the country!
For golfers, try your skills on a links course and Deal has plenty to offer; Walmer and Kingsdown Golf Links, Royal St George's in Sandwich, and Royal Cinque Ports in Deal are all within an easy reach.
For sailing enthusiasts, the nearby Downs Sailing Club holds events suitable for novices and experienced sailors, throughout the season.
For swimmers who don't like the seawater, a visit with the family to Tides Leisure Centre, a minute's drive away, is a must, including numerous flumes, slides and Jacuzzi's.
Fishing need not just be nipping down to the beach front for the catch of the day off the local fisherman, why not bring your rod and bait and cast off from the pier or beach yourself?
Plus don't forget your passport! France can easily be seen on a clear day and via Dover, a day trip (21 miles) to our near neighbour is easily do-able!