The Coastguard Tower 

Dungeness, Kent

​Coastguards Lookout: 2 receptions, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom (via bedroom 1), two balconies, patio on the pebble beach, adjacent parking for several cars.

The property is a converted 50's tower, distributed over four floors with a steep metal staircase; this would not be suited to those with mobility issues or very small children.

The entire property is open plan, no doors - division by way of walls and staircase.

Ground Floor
Reception room, with kitchen and dining area with views over the sea. Dining table and bench seats 6. Underfloor heating.Kitchen area, electric oven and hob, two fridges with ice box each, compact dishwasher.

First Floor
Family room (sleeps 3), double bed, single bed and open plan bathroom, no doors and only a partial wall, curtain partition separate bathroom and bedroom area.

Second Floor
Sitting room, with gallery views of the sea, access available to the slim balcony view point, built in seating and armchairs for 6, log burner, iMac computer (TV accessible via this device).

Top Floor
Compact tower bedroom space, double bed (sleeps 2). Door to balcony with 2 exterior loungers

Outside
Patio area running directly onto the beach. Please feel free to bring your own BBQ to the property.

Services
Electric underfloor heating throughout.
Wi-Fi

 

Wake to the sound of the sea, explore the dramatic landscape with its renowned light, then warm up in the atmospheric pubs of Romney Marsh, stroll along the shingle beach, look out across the vast open sea and you'll feel like you've arrived in another world.

Stay at Coastguard Lookout and discover a fascinating landscape full of myth and legend, surrounded by the haunting vastness of Romney Mash, a flat, open landscape of wide skies with a backdrop of the eerie and majestic Nuclear Power station.

Dungeness, Britain's only desert, with its wild landscape, is intensely peaceful, there are dramatic views in every direction. Coastguard Lookout is a warm and welcoming place converted by renowned interior architecture firm Johnson Naylor who retained the original 50's structure whilst cleverly transforming the interior using the highest quality fittings and materials, crafted so that it sensitively retains echoes of it's former function overlooking the Channel. The unique layout will appeal to those looking for something cosy, contemporary and different.

The tower offers much of the creature comforts, holiday makers have come to expect, including underfloor heating, beautiful lime stone floors, Wifi, and a log burner in the sitting room, ideal for those crisp winter breaks, watching an endless procession of ships on the horizon through the panoramic windows, with on clear days glimpses of Cap Gris Nez, the closest point of France to England.

Built originally as a HM Coastguard radar monitoring station for shipping in the Channel, when this role was no longer needed with the advent of GPS, the building was converted as a studio and weekend home for a growing family, into this contemporary home, the perfect location for a holiday away from the routine and stress of modern life.