Coastal Escape Sandgate

If you are looking for a visit to the Kent Coast or a quiet seaside getaway then we are confident our superb apartment would meet your needs and requirements for the duration of your visit to Kent. Situated in a central area of Sandgate, the property is located only a short walk to both the sea front and high street.

Sandgate is attractively located between Folkestone and Hythe, this coastal Kent village is worth much more than a passing visit. A few minutes’ journey from both towns by car or bus – or an easy seafront walk or cycle ride – you’ll find award winning beaches with long views over the English Channel, the high street is famous for antiques and collectables, a wonderful selection of restaurants – eateries include traditional fish and chips, Mexican, tapas, traditional British restaurants and pub food – and cosy bars as well as small, independent shops.

The Property

A stunning one bedroom apartment, decorated and furnished to a high standard with a modern comfortable and contemporary feel. The apartment is in a block with only one other apartment.

Booking and Availability

Guest access

Access to the apartment is via a communal door located at the side of the property.

Interaction with guests

A coded key safe is available which enables guests the flexibility to arrive at their convenience. We shall contact you prior to your stay with a code for the safe. ( these codes change after each guest)

During your visit we are contactable 24 hours a day to answer any questions or to assist if we can and of course for any maintenance requirements.

Upon your arrival we will welcome you with a call or text and again after your first night to ensure you have all you require.

We then leave you to enjoy your time without further interruption from us.


The local area

Sandgate village also has a fascinating history which embraces the times of Henry VIII, smugglers, the threat of invasion by Napoleon and vital military roles in two world wars. Social reformers and celebrities of literature and the arts have made their home in the village: from H G Wells to William Wilberforce, Hattie Jacques and many more.

The buildings of the village reflect this rich heritage with over one hundred and twenty Grade II listed properties including ancient monuments (Martello Towers), two conservation areas covering a large part of the parish combined with two miles of coast and steep wooded hills to provide a unique environment to visit, live and work in (with London less than an hour away by train from Folkestone).