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Standing in one of the most dramatic and well-known locations in Britain; adjoining the beautiful Victorian lighthouse and positioned on top of the White Cliffs of Dover; the cottage has outstanding views of the English Channel and the coast of France. Guests have access to the grounds after hours and can enjoy evening views of the French coastline as they watch ships pass in the channel.
Heating: Electric convector heating.
Approach to the cottage: The unadopted lane that leads to the cottage is rough and uneven in parts.
Parking: Adjacent to the cottage.
Garden: There is a small enclosed courtyard area. The grounds are fenced in from the cliffs edge but young children should be supervised.
General Information: The lighthouse and foghorn are no longer operational. The lighthouse is open during the season and visitors use the lawn adjacent to the cottage.
You could think it may be densely populated and just home to the bustling metropolis of London, but don't underestimate the South East's capacity for hidden charms, secluded landscapes and shady nooks to catch your breath. There's lots to explore from the hazy meadows and pastoral valleys of the South Downs, the dazzling White Cliffs of Dover and the glorious gardens at Sissinghurst and Polesden Lacey.