Pros: Location location location!Would not hesitate to return!
Located just a 5-minute drive from the Channel Tunnel, The Beach offers boutique bed and breakfast accommodation in picturesque Hythe. There is ample off-road parking with 24-hour CCTV coverage and free WiFi. The property is located right on the promenade and benefits from soundproofing throughout. Each room has oak floors, a 40-inch flat-screen TV and a modern en suite bathroom with either a shower, free-standing bath or both. The Beach has its own garden and sun terrace for guests to relax in. Eggs Benedict, Eggs Florentine, smoked salmon, fresh fruit and yoghurt are just some of the luxurious options available with the included breakfast. There is also complimentary biscuits, cakes and soft drinks for guests throughout the day. Further dining options are bars are located within a 10-minute walk. The green space of Brockhill Country Park is just a 7-minute drive from the property, whilst historic St. Leonards Church is 1 miles away.
When visiting Hythe, The Corner House is a great choice to consider. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and full breakfast available daily. Flat-screen TVs and premium bedding are offered in all rooms.
Just 1,641 feet from the famous Romney Hythe Dymchurch miniature public railway, this charming guest house offers accommodation with free WiFi. The seafront is a 15-minute walk and Rye can be reached in 30 minutes by car. The Eurotunnel is a 15-minute drive away. It is a 20-minute drive to Ashford, where you can catch the Eurostar from the International Rail Station. Malt Lodge is a former post office, and sits at the end of Hythe’s High Street. Its rooms, which are via stairs and located on the first or second floors, have simple décor, and each comes with a TV and tea and coffee making facilities. The lodge is situated in the town of Hythe, a historic Cinque Port, only a short walk from the Royal Military Canal. Folkestone is a 10-minute drive from the building, Dover can be reached in 20 minutes by car, and Hastings is a 45-minute drive away.
When visiting Hythe, Port Lympne Reserve - Port Lympne Hotel is a great choice to consider. For a bite to eat, guests can check out The Martin Jordan, which serves British cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
Situated on the beach in Hythe, Seabrook House - B&B is close to Sandgate Beach, Sene Valley Golf Club, and Hythe Beach. Also nearby are St Leonard's Church and Brockhill Park Performing Arts College.
Pros: Excellent and enthusiastic attentive staff Food pretty good
Cons: The bar is drab and lacks atmosphere. The room had an extra charge for the sea view but it was difficult to see the sea because of the scaffolding!!! The room rate should have been reduced to basic.
Pros: The service in general was good and the staff were extremely helpful. Swimming pool is great fun for children. I love having tea and coffee in the hotel room. Lovely sea view.
Cons: They forgot to provide us with the extra bed and our reminder did not seem to work, so as we were too tired to persit we ended up sleeping altogether in the same bed! A bit of a squeeze and the bed wobbled. The hotel rooms do not appear to have been refurbished in years. It is like going back in time. Could not open the windows.
Pros: We found our stay very relaxing and comfortable. Your staff where all very accommodating and we shall visit again soon. Thank you. L&R
Cons: Having to leave to go back to work!
Pros: The friendly staff and the huge choice at breakfast.
Pros: Excellent breakfast, very friendly staff.
Pros: Food, grounds, locallity,
Cons: lovely room but tired decor
Pros: The restaurant meal was excellent and the Manager of the Restaurant was very professional and looked after us.
Cons: Our first room number 218 was very disappointing - However, we complained and was moved to room 217 which was so much nicer and from then one we were very happy with our accommodation.
Pros: The breakfast
Cons: confusion with credit card when left
Pros: Great size room with fabulous sea view. Very helpful and friendly staff who went out of their way to find us another equally good room when we decided to stay another night (newlywed couple had booked our room for their 1st night of honeymoon) and then to top it off - seeing a dolphin swimming close to to the beach
Cons: Bed was a bit too hard
Pros: The fantastic pool
When you stay at Hythe Imperial Hotel Spa & Golf, you can practice your swing on the golf course. Guests can visit the spa to indulge in hot stone massages, body scrubs, or facials, and international cuisine is served at Imperial Restaurant, which is open for breakfast and dinner. An indoor pool and a health club are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer 24-hour room service and free WiFi.
The Red Lion offers comfortable en suite rooms a cosy traditional bar with free Wi-Fi, free parking, and flexible check-in times. Each individually decorated en suite room has a TV and tea/coffee making facilities. The Red Lion Hotel in Hythe offers a wide selection of lagers and local ales, as well as spirits and an extensive wine list. There is also a secluded garden area with a gravelled area with seating and a large grassed area beyond. From bar snacks to the full menu, all of the food is freshly cooked, using only the best quality, locally sourced produce. The menu changes regularly to reflect the availability of fresh, seasonal ingredients. The Ref Lion is just a 10-minute walk to the beach. Hythe train station is 8 minutes away by foot, 5 minutes by bus.
Pros: A beautiful place. Our room was bigger than our appartment and was very clean. Delicious cooked breakfast.
Pros: The cottages form part of a 12th century fortified farm - effectively a castle. It's steeped in history, has terrific views over Romney Marshes and Dungeness point. The cottages have been refurbished to a very high standard. My father in law has been inspired to write a book after staying for the weekend! I couldn't fault any part of the package offered. The staff are also excellent.
Cons: There is a pub a short walk away - the County Members - this is fine but fairly basic.
Pros: The room was amazing - charming, so spacious, very relaxing, and with enormous windows!
Pros: Good base for sightseeing i.e Canterbury, Dover, Dungeness etc. in a very pleasant and clean hotel
Cons: The position of the bathroom on the upper floor was not very convenient
Pros: The seaview room.The breakfast very good .
Cons: The smell of curry from lower floor
Pros: We had a wonderful indian meal in their restaurant on the Sunday evening.
Cons: There was a problem with hot water on Sunday evening.
Pros: quite room - great view
Cons: breakfast - was tepid
Pros: Helpful staff
Pros: the view from my bedroom window
Pros: The staff were very friendly and helpful. The hotel was well placed. The room was very comfortable and clean.
Pros: We thought that the lay-out of the room with upstairs bathroom and lounge was delightful and the views were lovely
Cons: It is always easy to nit-pick about minor details but we thought it was great
Pros: Close to the sea
Cons: I was in a top room and the shower could have been better.
Stade Court Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Hythe. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Lukin Restaurant, which serves British cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
When visiting Hythe, Elephant Lodge - Campground is a great choice to consider. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out The Clubhouse, which serves British cuisine and is open for breakfast and dinner. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and accommodations offer kitchenettes and refrigerators.
On the main High Street in the seaside town of Hythe, this historic coaching inn has recently been refurbished and now offers 9 en suite rooms and a Nepalese restaurant on site. Hythe is conveniently situated for those using the Channel Tunnel and the nearby port of Dover. Folkestone Harbour and the regular Seacat services to France are also within easy reach. The Swan is a great place for a stopover, whether you are shopping, joining business colleagues or simply meeting friends. Enjoy coffee or choose a snack, lunch or dinner from the extensive range of English and Nepalese cuisine. Book through this site and receive a 15% discount off your main course when dining in the hotel restaurant during your stay.