Local Area Activities …there is plenty to do around Hythe Kent!
Visit Kent Website – Lots going on close to Hythe Guesthouse
Find out what is happening in the Folkestone, Hythe and Romney Marsh. Just do a search on Hythe here: Visit Kent Website!
Like Kite Surfing? Check out Kent Splash website for more info Click Here!
Need Hythe Accommodation or place to stay in Hythe for kite surfing? Stay with us! Hythe Boasts world class Kite Surfing .. beware it is for the expereinced only! Big Salty Website
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Like Fishing? Need Accommodation near Hythe Kent for Twiss Groyne Sea Fishing Mark – Seabrook, Hythe
A large rock groyne marks the boundary between Princes Parade, Seabrook, and Marine Parade, Hythe Kent. It is at the end of Twiss Road, opposite the Imperial Hotel, and is known as Twiss Groyne. A favoured draw on this popular competition venue is the high side of the groyne on the western side (facing the sea). A steep and fairly deep beach, it produces fish all year.
The groyne is a main feature and is rarely without anglers. The tide is medium and runs west to east at high tide. Beware of casting close to the groyne marker at the end because the tide will sweep your line around it. Go Fishing Website!
What Can you Fish near Fern Lodge B&B?
Summer for bass, mackerel, pouting, sole, scad, garfish, mullet, autumn for whiting and bass, winter for bass, rockling, flounder!
World Class Dining
With stunning views over the harbour and out into the English Channel, Rocksalt serves the freshest fish possible caught from the bobbing day boats moored beneath our terrace as well as the best quality meat, bred in the surrounding countryside and marshlands.
A Hythe Place to stay near a proud Kentish restaurant that is surrounded with an abundance of amazing produce, from food and drink to rapeseed oil and butter. Quality, locality, sustainability and provenance are words which really mean something to us at Rocksalt do their very best to uphold these values. Their aim is to build an outstanding reputation, become a great local restaurant for local people and carve out a place within Folkestone’s heritage.
Worlds Smallest Passenger Railway
The station at Hythe is on the banks of the Royal Military Canal, which runs with the line as the train approaches the terminus.
The town is a brisk fifteen minute walk from the station. The ancient Cinque Port boasts good shopping facilities with restaurants, cafes, pubs, banks, supermarkets, antique shops, general shops, swimming baths, gardens, parks and a seafront.