Romney Bay House Hotel

Address: Coast Road, Littlestone, Kent, England, TN28 8QY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Coast Road, Littlestone, is near Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, Dungeness, Royal Military Canal, and Marsh Maize Maze.
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    Ragnar would be proud

    A travel blog entry by aurisch on Jul 11, 2015

    11 photos

    ... hours of my day in queues, this year they've implemented a ticketing system which means none of this involved queueing - FANTASTIC!

    The post princess breakfast included Boo's favourite breakfast to look at (she can't actually eat them though she tries every time she has the opportunity) Mickey Waffles! Fid clocked his watch every second tick of the minute hand while Gab and I enjoyed a game of confected restrictions to hold the ...

    Battle Abbey; Battle Scars!

    A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Jul 21, 2013

    8 photos

    ... of Hastings once ran red with blood that gave birth to a new era! One more stop at the gift shop before we headed to Devon. This was an especially dangerous gift shop, full of British delicacies such as Ginger Wine and Raspberry Curd. Oh my! I caved and, despite what it was going to do to the weight of my suitcase, bought far too much! I figured that on our last night in England, the Ginger Wine would be appropriate. As we headed out to the car, I realized that I had forgotten to get ...

    From Chartwell to Canterbury

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Oct 12, 2012

    31 photos

    ... ghost tour. It was very entertaining. There were multiple haunted buildings on the route, and we also learned a fair amount of history as well. (Although I still question if priest holes date back to the 1450s…) Some stories were more gruesome than others, and some were better-told than others, just like some of the guide’s jokes were better than others. Still, we enjoyed ourselves and laughed a lot. As soon as the tour was over, we returned ...

    Keep Calm and Carry On

    A travel blog entry by mld13 on Jan 20, 2011


    ... with the best teacher ever. Our teacher walked into our class with a boombox and started playing Revolution by the Beatles, i knew right then that this was the class for me. he then continued to say, "**** the system, eh?!" It was awesome. The class went on with talks about various types of Counter Cultures in Britain, whom actually hate Americans so it was interesting to see how different cultures in britain view America. I like to have a worldly sense ...

    The Streak Comes to An End

    A travel blog entry by djackson99 on Sep 09, 2010

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Today was on to Littlestone, a course none of us had been to before, and one that is unknown beyond its immediate area. It revealed itself to be a very good links, with a very nice flow to the holes. The sixteenth is a par 5 much studied by the golf architecture cognoscenti, and for good reason, it is a very fine hole.

    The host club fielded a ...