Photos and Description of this 6 bedroom holiday home in Herne Bay - Amazing Villa by the Sea!
Beautiful & spacious 6 double bedroom 3 bathroom seaside home in Herne Bay, Kent
Welcome to No.28 - The Regency Beach House
Built in 1832, No.28 is Little Bird Gin's beautiful and spacious 6 double bedroom, 3 bathroom seaside home in Herne Bay, Kent (the garden of England) with stunning panoramic sea views and amazing sunsets over the old pier.
Retaining many of its original features with a contemporary twist, the house makes an ideal seaside getaway and convenient home for exploring the county of Kent and beyond.
No.28 is a 6 bedroom, 3 bathroom seaside home with fantastic and direct sea views from all front facing rooms. The house comfortably sleeps 12 people. Lay in one of the kingsize beds and watch the sea or sit with a Little Bird Gin and tonic on the terrace and witness one of Herne Bay's amazing sunsets. We will even leave you a bottle of Little Bird Gin to enjoy on us!
Front sea view double bedroom with king-size bed
Rear roof-tops view double bedroom with
2 single beds
Rear roof-tops view reading room
Front sea view bathroom with jacuzzi bath
Front sea view master bedroom with king-size bed
Rear facing double bedroom with king-size bed
Front sea view bathroom and shower
Office with vintage school desk, printer and WiFi
UPPER GROUND FLOOR
Sea view sitting room leading through to-
Sea view and garden view dining room with Aga
Kitchen with solid oak fittings, Belfast sink, modern double oven gas range, washing machine and dishwasher and American style side by side fridge with ice and water dispenser
Cloakroom with toilet
Lobby and back door leading to covered porch for any smokers, through to the courtyard garden
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
Sea view double bedroom with king-size bed
Courtyard facing double bedroom with king-size bed
Small part-covered courtyard area with outdoor chairs and lanterns
- Long-term Renters Welcome
Little Bird Gin is a small batch gin lovingly distilled in London
We feel in love with No.28 mainly because of the views. It's a beautiful example of Regency architecture and was built for two brothers who were doctors - their large pestle and mortar is still remains.
Stunning sea views and the most beautiful sunsets from a grand Regency house.