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Willow Cottage

   Bed & Breakfast   


Willow Cottage, formerly known as Dr Syn's guesthouse, is a 17th century cottage with 3 guest rooms all with en-suite facilities.

It is in a fantastic central location in Dymchurch, with secure off road parking.

It is situated between the High Street and Dymchurch station (for the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch steam railway), both of which are within easy walking distance (around 200 metres)



We have two double rooms and one twin room, all with en-suite facilities

The double rooms are at the back of the cottage and both have a garden view

The twin room is at the front side of the cottage and has a view of the Martello tower and sea wall

Prices range from £89-£105 per night for a double or twin room including breakfast, depending on season

(discounts for single occupancy or for room only)

Our rooms are suitable for 2 adults or 1 adult plus 1 child over 10 - we cannot accommodate small children and do not accept dogs 

Please call us for availability




We offer cereals, yoghurt, fresh fruit, fruit juice, toast, tea and coffee and a full English Breakfast

Free Wifi


Free Wifi is available in all rooms

TV with DVD player


Each room has a flat screen TV with freeview channels and an inbuilt DVD player, with a selection of DVDs available

Complimentary toiletries
Each room has complimentary toiletries 
Tea & Coffee Making facilities
Each room has complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, with home made biscuits 
Hair dryer
Each room has a hair dryer
Free Secure off road parking


Free parking is available for all guests, off the road with secure gated drive

Ironing facilities


Iron and ironing board are available on request





Port Lympne Wild Animal Park

Home to over 700 rare and endangered animals, including the largest herd of black rhino in the UK, western lowland gorillas, the only giraffe in Kent, tigerslions, leopards, bears and so much more

Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway

 World Famous, 1/3 full size Steam & Diesel locomotives have powered their way along 13.5 miles of track from the Cinque Port town of Hythe, terminating in Dungeness, with 4 stations in between, all within walking distance of a beach, the railway is a great way to explore this unique corner of Kent

Royal Military Canal


The canal was built to protect England from the possible invasion of Napoleon’s troops, construction started in 1804. 

Today, the canal is a great place to walk and enjoy the surrounding scenery and wildlife. The 28 mile long Royal Military Canal Path runs along the entire length of the Canal from Seabrook in Kent to Cliff end in East Sussex



A National Nature Reserve and one of the largest shingle landscapes in the world

Dymchurch Beach


 The glorious sandy beach is quite flat and stretches from north to south for over three miles



There are several opportunities for long walks, along the beach or in the countryside along the Royal Military Canal

Guest Reviews

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