One bedroom apartmentsPremium specificationGated undercroft parkingSleek kitchens with quartz worktopsItalian porcelain tiling to bathroomsUnderfloor heating
Cautley House is collection of 14 one and two-bedroom apartments, and 2 three-bedroom penthouses forms an address of distinction in one of Kent's coveted Cinque ports. The everyday is effortlessly elegant at Cautley House, thanks to a premium specification and an eye for contemporary detail. Sleek kitchens with quartz worktops and Neff appliances, Italian porcelain tiling to bathrooms, fitted wardrobes and underfloor heating are complemented by allocated parking for every apartment, lift access to all floors and landscaped gardens.
Cautley House takes the form of a smart, brick-built apartment building, surrounded by soft landscaping and existing trees. The orientation ensures that living areas are seaward looking, with panoramic views from the upper floors. Gated, undercroft car parking keeps the street scene tidy, with an allocated bay for every apartment. There is also provision for electric car charging points and secure bicycle storage.
Hythe is a refined year-round destination, set on a sweeping bay for a stunning, everpresent seascape. The shoreline buzzes with activity: nets are emptied at Fisherman's Beach, dogs are walked along the promenade, drinks are purchased from beachside caf and sailing clubs take to the sea.
Moving inland and the Royal Military Canal awaits - 28 peaceful miles that can be enjoyed from a designated towpath or from the water itself by canoe, kayak or paddleboard. Inland further still and watery blues turn to verdant greens. There are acres of open space to explore at Brockhill Country Park and throughout the Kent Downs AONB.
Hythe's social opportunities are profuse, from places to dine out to sporting venues to frequent. The Hythe Imperial Hotel is a coastal icon - take afternoon tea or sip champagne at the Mot & Chandon bar, relax at the spa or tee off on the hotel's golf course. Hythe's High Street is an alternative focal point, with a Waitrose, a regular farmers' market, vintage emporiums and independent stores.
Follow the coastal path between Hythe and Folkestone, weaving your way through beautiful Sandgate, before reaching the rejuvenated Harbour Arm. Now an exciting gastronomic hub, you'll find independent food and drinks vendors operating alongside Rocksalt restaurant and Marco Pierre White's Steakhouse Bar & Grill. Creative Folkestone is another hive of activity. Browse open studios and the glassworks, or visit the performing arts venue before stopping at one of the artistic quarter's bars, restaurants, cafs or boutiques.
Nearby Saltwood village is where the pace changes. Here you'll find the Michelin starred Hide and Fox restaurant nestled among the historic castle, cricket club and sleepy country lanes. Balancing out the excess of fine dining and flavoursome street food are ample opportunities to walk or cycle. The coastal path can be taken in the opposite direction from Folkestone towards Dymchurch, with the landscape characterised by the distinctive Martello towers. The vista changes again at Romney Marshes, where 100 square miles of flat wetlands are dotted with churches, pubs and native Romney sheep.
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