Holiday Cottages In Hythe To Rent
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From Hythe enjoy day trips into the Kent Downs AONB, where you can soak up the stunning natural surroundings while enjoying the many walks on offer. If you prefer to stay by the sea, take a stroll along the seafront or take a day trip to nearby Folkestone. In Folkestone, you will find the Creative Quarter which is home to over 100 artistic enterprises; well worth exploring. However you prefer to spend your cottage holiday, this market town offers a peaceful retreat.
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What our customers are saying about our Holiday Cottages In Hythe To Rent.
Prof Walsh - verified booking
"Hythe was a surprise, quite delightful and we enjoyed the town and what it had to offer. The issue was more with the cottage itself in that upon arrival we found the inside tidy but in need of some major cleaning i.e. walls are dirty, doors are dirty, cobwebs inside both upstairs windows and in corners of main floor. The wet room bathroom suffered from a bad smell, likely due to plumbing issues and the shower is a problem in terms of water everywhere (explains the wetroom approach but in an older cottage property without adequate ventilation it is totally wrong). The furniture in the lounge area is incredibly uncomfortable especially the couch which is worn and well past its useful date. We had an electrical problem with the lights not going off in the lounge due to a fault but that was taken care of immediately the next morning. The owners were quite diligent about that and this was much appreciated. The Smart TV is a good size and the wifi excellent but the freeview signal is pretty weak except for BBC 1, 2 and 4. All other channels would not come in on a regular basis. The use of Netflix, given the excellent wifi, was the choice to turn to. The heat did cause issues with the lower door lock and it should be looked at (after about 20 minutes of fiddling with it we chose not to lock that part relying only on the automatic latch higher up). Also, a fan would have helped on some of the warmer nights especially if you have four people staying over, we only had two of us so we kept all the windows and doors open to allow for the air to flow through but it could be difficult to do that and respect privacy if there are more than 2 people sharing. In addition, clients should be advised that the Turkish bbq restaurant backs out onto the back of this property and that they can expect to smell the bbq (which was okay for us but might not be for others) and on a few occasions a garbage smell does make its way in through the back patio door when it is open. But, if you want to be conveniently located to the restaurants - of which there are a number of good ones on the High Street- you need to accept the aromas that they will make. However, these are observations of ours that in the end did not impact our holiday so as to not make it enjoyable. We enjoyed our stay, Hythe is worth the visit, and because we have stayed in a number of different cottages across the UK when visiting from Canada we had expectations that, overall, were not met. We would hope that in the long run the owners (again who were quite nice about dealing with the lighting problem) will correct at least what they can."
Roel - verified booking
"We have here with our children two great weeks spent. The very complete furnishing of the house you feel already very much at home, and the attentions of owner Angela contribute additional to this. Flowers on the table and the first supplies in the fridge, great. The house is very quiet on a closed estate, but in the immediate vicinity is a lot to see and do. In nearby Hythe are many facilities available, and this is well complemented by the towns of Ashford and Folkestone, both within fifteen minutes away. From Ashford is to reach the center of London by train in half an hour. Closer we have found, inter alia, the RHDR steam train, the beaches and the coastal park of Folkestone and Port Lympne safari park very worthwhile. We certainly hope to return again to this wonderful holiday!"
John and Pat Morgan - verified booking
"Thank you for the lovely welcome, really enjoyed the cream tea and for a wonderful holiday. The cottage is a real home from home, all the little details were covered. Restful décor and furnishings, very comfy bed. Communication very good and all queries answered quickly and small issue with the shower sorted immediately. So many lovely places to visit, spoilt for choice. Recommend Walmer Castle, Great Dixter gardens, Dymchurch beach, Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway and Deal. A lovely atmosphere at the opening of the Hythe Festival. Will definitely come back and recommend to friends and family. A huge bonus is the beautiful garden, eating breakfast and evening meals outside and just pottering!' Thank you"
Mrs T Summers - verified booking
"We had an amazing stay at this property. The views were spectacular, you could not get any closer to the beach unless you camped on it, and the local amenities were on our doorstep. From lovely walks, to dog friendly pubs and a quaint High Street, Hythe has it all! Griggs, the fish monger that cooks its catch, is a must - you will find it at the end of the promenade on the beach. Also, The Spitfire Cafe, which just on the way out of Hythe - towards Dymchurch, is a must for WW2 enthusiasts. Set in a mess tent, with music from the 40s and surrounded by memorabilia from the war years, Simon cooks a wicked breakfast. We will definitely be back."
Judy Anderson - verified booking
"Following our stay at S10411 in Hythe last week, I must let you know how delightful it was. The property is magnificent, full of character and charm and in such a stunning location. The many individual and personal touches were very welcome and added to the ambiance. It proved to be the perfect setting for a family get together and was a truly happy week. Oh, to move in!!!!This was my first booking through Freedom Holidays as I have previously always had family connections in my home county of Kent. I am very appreciative of your whole service from start to finish."