Hythe is a resort beach in the North of Hythe Bay, Kent. Hythe Bay stretches from Folkestone down to the headland of Dungeness and is lined by beaches. The beach at Hythe is predominantly shingle with wide shallow sand flats exposed at low water. The beach is backed by a promenade and the town of Hythe.
Beach type: pebble
Nearest town: Hythe
Local authority: Kent County Council
OS Grid Reference: TR161339
Hythe Railway Station
Scanlons Bridge Road
Phone 01303 266 421
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The Red Lion offers comfortable en suite rooms a cosy traditional bar with free Wi-Fi, free parking, and flexible check-in times. The Red Lion Hotel in Hythe offers exceptional hospitality in comfortable, friendly surroundings. Details...
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