Welcome to New Romney
A small town on the edge of the Romney Marsh, New Romney is a small town and former sea port. Like many towns in the area, its centre is marked by an ancient Norman church, and its rustic high street is dotted with a range of small, interesting shops. Its former almshouses are among the best-preserved historic buildings in Kent.
A bustling port on the coast of Kent, Folkestone is one of the most artistic towns in the county. Visitors can find many examples of boundary-pushing contemporary art in its Creative Quarter - home to more than 100 arts enterprises in a cobbled square. If you’re looking for something more rustic, you can delve into Kent’s intriguing history at sites like St Leonard’s church with its morbid ossuary, or take a ride on a steam engine along the Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway.
Relive the war of the skies at the Kent Battle of Britain Museum
The Kent Battle of Britain Museum is one of the UK’s foremost museums dedicated to one of the proudest moments in British military history, and a significant turning point of World War II. The museum is home to a range of original artefacts, including aircraft, equipment, weapons, and many more exhibitions recovered from more than 600 German and British aircraft.
Planning a trip to New Romney? Travelodge Ashford Hotel is a half-hour drive away, and Travelodge Hastings Hotel can be reached in 50 minutes.