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About New Romney
New Romney is a small town in Kent, England, on the edge of Romney Marsh, an area of flat, rich agricultural land reclaimed from the sea after the harbour began to silt up. New Romney, one of the original Cinque Ports, was once a sea port, with the harbour adjacent to the church, but is now more than a mile from the sea. A mooring ring can still be seen in front of the church. It is the headquarters of the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway.
Historically the Marsh was a thriving and prosperous place centred on the Cinque Port of New Romney, until the great storm of 1287 landlocked the town. It was the Romney Marsh sheep that provided the area’s continued prosperity, and also the origins of a notorious and rife smuggling industry.
Today the Marsh is a peaceful place mostly devoted to farming, its quiet and flat lanes offering excellent walking and cycling – its churches provide a step back into history – its landscape supporting a variety of special wildlife. However let’s not forget the distinctive coastline from the shingle of Dungeness to the sandy beaches at Dymchurch, nor the vibrant communities offering specialist shops and excellent local food and drink.
Suggestions of amazing places to enjoy your New Romney Escort
Ship Hotel – from £81
This cosy pub with rooms is in a 15th-century building lies less than a mile from Romney Marsh wildlife centre, and 1.5 miles from Littlestone Golf Club.
The 10 simple, bright rooms have free Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs, plus en suite bathrooms and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
The pub offers complimentary breakfast and parking, and there’s a restaurant serving British and international food. There’s also a bar with an original fireplace, a sunroom, and an outdoor seating area Parking is free, and pets are welcome. The pub hosts regular events and discos.
Littleton Hotel- from £62
Amid commercial and residential properties off the A259 road, this unpretentious hotel is a minute’s walk from steam train rides at the famous Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, and 1 mile from the beach.
Plain rooms provide complimentary Wi-Fi, minifridges and microwaves, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities. All feature sitting areas and wet bars. Some have bay windows.
Parking is complimentary. Amenities include a TV lounge with sofas, and a communal kitchenette/dining area. Guest laundry facilities are available.
Hythe Imperial Hotel – from £68
In an 18th-century manor overlooking the English Channel, this posh hotel is a 1-minute walk from the beach and 0.9 miles from central Hythe.
Traditional, individually decorated rooms come with 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some have English Channel views, and suites add smart TVs and/or minibars.
Breakfast is offered for a fee. Parking is complimentary, and the property has a 9-hole golf course. Other amenities include an upscale international restaurant, 2 bars and event space, plus a fitness centre, a spa, a sleek indoor pool and a whirlpool bath.
Suggestions of great restaurants to enjoy your New Romney Escort
The Plough Inn
The Star Inn
Cinque Port Arms
A cosy and friendly welcoming 18th century or earlier public house located at the south end of New Romney High Street, probably built on the foundations of an earlier building with a wealth of oak beams. The building of whitewashed brickwork, deep-pitched roof and rooms with low, beamed ceilings, has changed little for over 100 years. Grade II listed.
Recently sympathetically refurbished in a retro style and opening up additional rooms. The pub serves 5 changing ales, with usually some from Kent brewers.
In winter enjoy the cosy open log fire and in summer the large beer garden and patio area at the rear of the pub and holds regular live music events.