|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
No. 6 Marine Terrace is a family seaside home with direct sea views at Herne Bay in Kent. With 6 double bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, the property accommodates up to 12 adults. You will have the whole place to yourselves.
Built in 1832, No. 6 Marine Terrace is a large family home with direct sea views at Herne Bay in Kent and forms part of a pretty late Georgian Terrace.
The house layout:
Front sea view double bedroom with king-size bed
Rear roof-tops view twin bedroom with two single beds
Rear roof-tops view quiet-room with lots of books, new and old
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
Small office with school desk 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, butlers sink, modern oven gas range with electric oven, washing machine, dishwasher and American style fridge freezer
Cloakroom with toilet
Lobby and back door leading to covered portico with bench and lanterns, through to the courtyard garden with outdoor seating.
Lower Ground Floor.
Sea view double bedroom with king-size bed
Rear facing double bedroom with king-size bed, looking on to a small part covered courtyard area.
Shower room and toilet
Small part-covered courtyard area with deck chairs and lanterns, accessed from a hallway.
Herne Bay is a small traditional seaside town in Kent, England. It enjoys good transport links to London and wider south eastern England. The house has direct sea views and is conveniently located near the centre town.
Low cost on street parking is available right outside and the train station is just a few minutes cab ride or a pleasant 20 minute walk away. The towns restaurants, pubs, shops and Saturday market are just a hop, skip and a jump.
Herne Bay is a traditional coastal town and easy for walkers and cyclists being relatively flat. Turn right out of the front door and walk along the shore to Reculver and beyond or turn left down to Whitstable, perhaps stopping off at JoJo's restaurant at Tankerton for lunch.
We are available to help with questions and advice.
Taskin purchased this house in 1990
We fell in love with No.6 mainly because of the views. It forms part of a pretty late Georgian terrace and was built for two brothers who were doctors - their pestle and mortar is still remains in what is now the dining room.
Direct sea views from an historic house in a traditional coastal town, easily accessible from London.
We rented the house for my husbands 40th birthday and were so glad that we did. The house is beautifully and thoughtfully appointed with fun touches, full comfort and all that you could need to host large groups. We look forward to our next visit!
Had a wonderful weekend in Herne Bay for my partner's 30th birthday, the house was beautifully decorated, spacious and had everything you would need for a weekend getaway. All rooms were very clean and well maintained and there were so many thoughtful touches around the house, including a very welcome free bottle of gin on arrival! I would highly recommend this property, I can't think of any improvements that could be made.
From the minute we arrived at 28 we felt at home. the owner,Taskin was on hand to settled us in. the property has brilliant sea views and lots of natural light. it has been beautifully restored with a great deal of care and attention to detail. The drawing room has a gorgeous bay window overlooking the sea. Our bedroom was on the top floor also with sea views. The rooms are very spacious and the beds are super comfy. all areas were extremely clean, something that I am particularly fuzzy about. The kitchen is well thoughtout. we cooked breakfast for 12 easily. There is also a working Aga in the dining room which came to good use.
Even with 12 guests staying we had ample room to find a quiet corner for ourselves.
there is a fantastic restaurant calked Jo Jo's in Tankerton great food and the waiters are lovely. We also visited a local Indian restaurant which was good.
we do hope we can find time soon to revisit Herne Bay and stay at 28 Beach House again. We'll done Taskin, it's a great place.
We recently had the enormous pleasure of staying at the Regency Beach house and seeing the New Year in together with a group of close friends and family. It was altogether a wonderful experience from the moment we arrived and strolled up the garden path to the lovely blue front door to the time we had to close it behind us. The house has been beautifully restored by its owners and is full of light, warmth, comfort and colour. Every space and corner has been lovingly arranged and thought out and no detail has been spared from the basket of blankets next to the fireplace to the stick of rock left on our pillows. The 6 bedrooms are all of a surprisingly good size with beautifully comfortable beds and sumptious bedding and towels - the front facing have spectacular views to the sea. Even with 12 of us there was more than enough space and when we werent revelling in the warmth and comfort of the house itself we enjoyed using the little back garden gate to potter out into the town of Herne Bay to do a bit of shopping. There is plenty to do there and the town boasts a good selection of restaurants and local drinking houses. I cant recommend this lovely property highly enough. Whether you are planning a short weekend by the sea or longer - you will love your stay here. It is a very special place and all credit to the owners. We will definitely be returning!
As for the complimentary bottle of 'Little Bird' gin...well, try it for yourselves! You wont look back! CM & RF
After having such a lovely weekend, I feel it’s only fair to share my experience.
My first impression was the grandness of the house not to mention the proximity to the sea. Once inside the house I didn’t know where to look first. The house or should I say home as it felt as soon as I stepped inside, has been lovingly maintained and oozes character and charm. It is furnished beautifully throughout and feels like a home not a holiday let. The accommodation is generous and very proportioned. The bedrooms are tastefully presented with crisp white linen and towels. A stick of Herne Bay rock was sitting on our bed for us which was a lovely touch.
A bottle of Little Bird Gin was waiting for us and we didn’t waste any time in opening it. We quickly relaxed in the large living room and all admired the stunning sea views. It is a very social home with a large dining room off of the living room. There was ample space for everyone to enjoy the house without it feeling like we were on top of each other.
No 28 comes highly recommend from me and I look forward to staying in the house again in the summer to make use of the outside space and the 30 second walk to the beach.
Our recent stay with a group of friends at the Regency Beach House was a joy. The photographs do not do the house justice, it has a tranquil warmth, beautifully decorated to a very high specification, having a sophisticated chic charm whilst retaining a comfortable relaxing homely feel. The size of the property makes large group holiday’s possible and even with 12 people in the house it feels very open and spacious.
We all enjoyed watching the sun go down over the sea from our deck chairs on the terrace whilst sipping cocktails and over the 3 day stay enjoyed gathering in the wonderfully comfortable dining area for discussions and good food.
The owners have been meticulous in the care they have taken to make guests feel welcome and cater for all they would need for a stay.
Herne Bay itself has an old English seaside charm with an eclectic mix of well-established shops and contemporary vintage establishments. Antique lovers and vintage collectors will love hunting for a bargain.
Overall I would highly recommend this property and will be return in the not too distant future for a family gets together.
Restaurants, there great local restaurants in Herne Bay and the surrounding area
Walking, turn right out of the front door for Reculver Country Park and left for Tankerton and Whitstable
Shop, the main shopping area is Mortimer Street and the High Street, the town has very few chain stores in favour of local independents.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
Christmas & New Year
23 Dec 2016 - 2 Jan 2017
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£1,000|
Rates are subject to confirmation and your booking is only provisional until confirmed by us in writing. Rates may vary (such as Christmas and holidays etc.) so please inquire first.
From £650 per night.