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Dymchurch

Kent

Type:Towns & Villages

Dymchurch, Kent
Dymchurch

About

Dymchurch is a small village located on the south east coast of Kent at the very edge of the Romney Marshes.

The village itself has an assortment of accommodation types ranging from Hotel Bed and Breakfast to Caravans and also a large holiday park.

Dymchurch played a significant role in the Anglo-French Survey between 1784–1790, which linked the Royal Greenwich Observatory with the Paris Observatory using trigonometry.

Things to do in Dymchurch

Dymchurch has a blue flag awarded sandy beach and is surrounded by mile after mile of flat countryside that is well suited to those who seek to walk or cycle

An Amusement Park located on the golden sands has the usual offering of Ghost Train, Dodgems, Log Flume and other rides which will keep the whole family entertained.

Make sure you check out the Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway which is one of Kent's top tourist attractions with visitors from across the globe.

For the past 87 years the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway has been an integral part of the landscape of the Romney Marsh.

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