Take a stroll along the beach from this warm, welcoming coastal cottage in a quaint British seaside town. Browse the award-winning High Street, or stop off for a pub lunch before unwinding in a mid-century armchair with a cup of English tea. Think subtle seaside style with locally sourced vintage pieces thrown in. This well-equipped cottage is comfortable and for young families there is a travel cot & highchair.
The accommodation is in the northern quarter of Deal's historic conservation area with pretty pastel painted Victorian and fisherman houses lining the streets. Deal's award winning High Street is super close by and Saturday mornings can be spent browsing the local market that's just round the corner and visiting vintage home furnishing and art stores. If you fancy eating authentic wood-fired pizza in a traditional maritime styled pub then you can find this on the neighbouring street.
There are two bedrooms including a master king and a back twin bedroom. The travel cot can fit in either bedroom. The family bathroom is on the same level as the bedrooms. There is a small paved courtyard with enough space for a bistro table set and Weber bbq. When not out and about enjoying our beautiful coast, countryside and castles guests can relax with a book from the book basket, stream a NOW movie, watch a DVD and/or make use of the free wi-fi. Young children can play with the toys, games and books and there are even a couple of micro scooters to borrow. Other baby/toddler equipment is available (plastic cutlery, beakers, plates, bath toys, toddler step etc).
We welcome dogs.
Address: 20 Nelson Street, CT14 6DP Deal, United Kingdom
Size: 6 Rooms, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom
Beds: 2 Single beds, 1 King size bed, 1 Couch
Prices: 95 GBP - 150 GBP / Night
You can park unrestricted for 2 hours on Nelson Street during the day Monday to Saturday. Outside these times there are no restrictions including the evening and overnight. There are two pay and display car parks close by offering cheap parking (West Street and Union Street). Just avoid Union St car park on Saturday mornings when it turns into Deal's bustling market. Free unrestricted street parking isn't too far away if you don't mind a short walk on Sandown Road, College Road and The Marina.
Situated on a quiet, picturesque street in the northern Quarter of Deal's conservation area. The pastel hue houses are mainly Victorian terrace. Cross the road to the Deal Hoy, a nautical styled pub serving local ales, wines & wood-fired pizza. On your doorstep is Deal's vibrant award-winning high street with its delis, restaurants, coffee shops, vintage shops and weekly markets. Discover coastal walks or immerse yourself in our two castles built by Henry VIII. For golfers there are local Championship courses.
By car: 1.5 -2 hours drive from London - take A2/M2 to Dover, then at the roundabout take the first exit to Deal on the A258. As you pass Deal Castle on your right, stay on the one way system using the right hand lane to take you onto Ranelagh Street. At the end of this street turn left onto Prince of Wales Terrace. You will now be on the seafront. At the roundabout head straight over, drive past the Pier and the Royal Hotel and take the 1st left onto King Street. Next take the the second right onto the High Street. Pass a large car park on your left and take a left onto Water Street. Follow this road round to the left and you have arrived on Nelson Street. There is parking on the street. If using satnav please use the postcode CT14 6DP.
By train: There are regular train services from London to Deal including the high speed rail link from St Pancras in just 1 hour and 20 minutes. The cottage is a five minute walk from Deal train station or a very short taxi ride. Castle Taxis (01304 363636) is opposite the train station.
By ferry: Dover cross-channel ferry port is a 15 minute drive away with ferries to and from Calais and Dunkirk.
The Eurotunnel terminal near Folkestone is just 35 minutes away by car.
By air: The nearest international airport is Gatwick approximately a 1 hour and 40 minute drive.
There is plenty to explore on foot in Deal itself. Should you wish to travel further then there is a good public transport system plus taxis. Number above.