Built in the 1890ís Seabrook House is a lovely Victorian property with many of its original features preserved and set in pretty gardens. Renovated to a high standard, each room has first class en-suite facilities and all are decorated in keeping with the age of elegance.
Seabrook House could best be described as a B&B that thinks that it is a Hotel. It offers quality accommodation, 'No Smoking Rooms' and lodgings for your B and B stay. Superior to any local Inn and with its good parking better than any Motel or Travel Inn, suitable for 'short stays' or 'vacation by the sea' in the 'South East' of Kent and 'SE' England with views to France and Dungeness together with 'Dungeness Power Station'. Located in the 'Kent Garden Coast' in the 'Garden of England' and close to the blue flag beach of Hythe with its sea fishing, wind surfing and sea sports. Whilst Seabrook House is not a Private Hotel it is a wonderful 'place to stay', being 'open all year' with its 'Silver Award' '4 Diamond' accommodation combined with a 'Welcome Host' award, you are assured of a warm and friendly welcome.
En-suite facilities in all rooms
TV in all rooms
Tea and coffee making facilities
Hairdryer in all rooms
Special diets catered for
Credit cards accepted
Built in the 1890's Seabrook House is a lovely Victorian property with many of its original features preserved. Recently renovated each spacious room has first class ensuite facilities and all are tastefully decorated to a high standard in keeping with the age of elegance. Many rooms have views across the Channel and around the bay to Dungeness.
Seabrook House is well located for the ports of Folkestone and Dover, both of which are approx. 15 minutes drive away, whilst The Channel Tunnel is on our doorstep and can be reached in just over 5 minutes. We are situated close to the M20 with direct routes to London, and the main coast road (A259) for drives through the wonderful 'fifth continent' of Romney Marsh to Rye and Hastings. With mainline railway stations and a regular bus service, travelling could not be easier. The famous Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, the smallest public railway in the world, is a must for those interested in the age of steam. Travel from Hythe past Lympne Castle and the ruins of Roman garrison portus Lemanis where the sea once lapped the ancient shore line. Romney Marsh has some of the oldest and most fascinating churches in the country.
Rates : £40 per person per night.
£65 - £80 per room per night. Children are welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
13 Parking Spaces.
AA 4 Diamonds.