The Watch Tower
Warm welcome to the Watch Tower!
Bed and breakfast in Dungeness with kettle, toaster, egg boiler, and fridge. Therefore nearly self catering!
Delicious, substantial vegetarian breakfast in the privacy of the suite, put out the night before so you're entirely private, or brought through in the morning. You choose!
In the attractive bedroom (see Rooms), the beds can be single or joined to make a double.
The en-suite bathroom has a shower over a Jacuzzi bath, and tiles decorated with scenes of Dungeness.
The conservatory, opening directly onto the patio and garden, has stunning views and sunsets. In here is like being in open Dungeness but in the warm and dry. It's so relaxing, guests don't want to leave! Smokers are very welcome to smoke in the garden.
You may come and go as you please, day and night, with your own key. We live in the other half of the house, with our own entrance. We provide free, off-the-road parking.
The suite is warm and cosy in winter. And there's great pub food and beers just three minutes' walk away.
Babies are very welcome and we make no charge for babies up to age 3 - but please bring your baby's own bedding and food.
Most dogs are very welcome but may we please discuss them beforehand - there are cats around. We make no charge for dogs. But they must not get on the beds or other furniture.
WARNING. If you are ALLERGIC to cat fur, we are sorry but we cannot guarantee there is no cat fur at all in the Suite.
We are open every day of the year. All seasons on Dungeness have a particular charm. Summer brings a brilliant array of red poppies and blue-mauve viper's bugloss amid one third of all British wildflower species. Or come in winter for its huge pink-tinted skies. Spring and autumn bring migrating birds of course. The sea is wonderful at all times and Dungeness even in the fog is satisfyingly mysterious.
Do note that the Watch Tower is lovely for a Christmas or New Year break. For Christmas lunch or New Year's Eve dinner, there are good restaurants a half hour drive away (in Rye and other places), or Christmas lunch at Demetrios three miles away. Booking meals for the festive days or evenings is essential. The Pilot Inn and Demetrios also serve food during this season but you would need to check precisely when. Alternatively, why not bring your own picnic food and we are happy to microwave simple meals for you in this season.