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Romney Marsh is in Kent.

Understand[edit]

Romney Marsh is a sparsely populated wetland area on the Kent/East Sussex border. There are a number of small villages and settlements in the area including New Romney, Lydd and Dungeness.

Get in[edit]

By car[edit]

Take the A2070 road from Ashford, or A259 road from Hastings or Folkestone.

By train[edit]

Appledore and Hythe are the nearest railway stations.

By bus[edit]

Bus 11 runs from Ashford to Lydd. Bus 101 runs from Hythe to New Romney.

By plane[edit]

Get around[edit]

Map of Romney Marsh
  • The flat terrain and quiet lanes are ideal for cycling. National Cycle Route 2 runs across the Marsh between Hastings and Folkestone.

See[edit]

Prospect Cottage
  • Dungeness
  • 1 Derek Jarman's Garden (Prospect Cottage). A famous and unusual beach garden. The garden is now in private ownership with no public access. It can be seen from road.
  • 2 Camber Sands beach. Camber Sands (Q5025038) on Wikidata Camber Sands on Wikipedia
  • 3 Romney Marsh Visitor Centre.

Do[edit]

Eat and drink[edit]

  • The Pilot. Pub with meals available at Dungeness.
  • Bell Inn, Ivychurch Road, Brenzett, Ivychurch, Kent TN29 0AL, +44 1797 344355.

Sleep[edit]

  • 1 Ship Hotel, 83 High St, New Romney, +44 1797 362776.
  • 2 Romney Bay House, Coast Road, Littlestone, New Romney TN28 8QY (on Littlestone Golf Course), +44 1797 364747. Friendly little 1920s hotel, great dining. No children under 13, assistance dogs only. B&B double £120.

Go next[edit]

Routes through Romney Marsh
HastingsRye  W UK road A259.svg NE  HytheFolkestone


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