Visit New Romney and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
New Romney, Kent. The capital of Romney Marsh, this was one of the original Cinque Ports, although now about a mile from the sea. In its heyday the town had five churches; only one of these remains, the Parish Church of St Nicholas, the churchyard of which was once lapped by the sea. It is in Norman and Decorated styles, and some of the work of these periods is still in evidence. The tower is 32 ft square, and 100 ft high; there are some excellent stained-glass windows.
Though no longer on the sea, the town has its close neighbour Littlestone. This is on the sea and fast developing as a popular resort.
Nearby towns: Ashford, Folkestone, Hythe, Rye, Tenterden
Nearby villages: Aldington, Appledore, Bethersden, Bilsington, Brenzett, Brookland, Burmarsh, Dungeness, Dymchurch, East Guldeford, Ham Street, Hawkinge, Iden, Ivychurch, Kingsnorth, Lydd, Lyminge, Lympne, Mersham, Old Romney, Orlestone, Paddlesworth, Playden, Postling, Romney, Ruckinge, Rye Harbour, Sandgate, Seabrook, Sellindge, Shadoxhurst, Shorncliffe Camp, Smeeth, Snargate, Snave, Stanford, Wavehorne, West Hythe, Westenhanger, Woodchurch
Have you decided to visit New Romney or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a New Romney bed and breakfast (a New Romney B&B or New Romney b and b)
- a New Romney guesthouse
- a New Romney hotel (or motel)
- a New Romney self-catering establishment, or
- other New Romney accommodation