The Waves B & B

Our B & B is a purpose built Bungalow with all rooms on the ground floor, complete with their own access doors and en-suites, Designed to give you complete privacy

The Bar and Café 

The Bar has a great variety of Beers, Wines and Spirits

as well as a extensive Gin Menu and 2 soft seating areas

with great sea views

The Café has an assortment of dishes on the main menus and always check out the specials boards dotted around the walls

 

Minnis Beach:

With the most amazing Sunsets,

Minnis Bay is a Blue flag awarded beach with Long, rural sandy bay with rocky and shingle areas, promenade with paddling and crabbing pool. There are also things like a Sailing club, windsurfing club with windsurfing and Kite board area, Facilities include lifeguards, First Aid station, cafes, toilets, bay inspector / information, parking facilities, picnic area, public house nearby and children’s play area nearby. Disabled access to the beach with disabled toilets open all year round.,Car park with disabled parking bays.

Reculver Towers

Reculver towers is a striking pair of 12th century church towers built within a Roman fort on the very edge of the Wantsum Channel. The towers, known as ‘The Two Sisters’, were erected on the foundation of a 7th century Saxon church. The 12th century church is gone now, the victim of erosion from the constant wear and tear of waves on this seaside location.The Roman fort of Regulbium was built here by the Emperor Carausius in the 3rd century. The striking twin towers of a 12th century church stand within the boundaries of the Roman foundations.,

Minnis Bay Walk

The entire length of the route is flat, however a short alternative route can be taken to reach Reculver Towers and Fort with a steep 25% climb and descent, The only benches along the route are near the start in Minnis Bay. This is a lovely sea walk, that is particularly refreshing during the summer months. Along the walk from Minnis Bay to Reculver there is plenty to see as you pass a salt-water lagoon, a working oyster farm, and the Reculver Towers and fort. The walk follows the Viking Coastal Trail, and mainly uses the concrete surfaced sea-wall. It is a linear walk of 3.7 miles (6km) one-way, or 7.4 miles (12km) returning to the start. There is a visitor centre at Reculver.

Check out:

http://www.kent.gov.uk/leisure_and_culture/countryside_and_coast/cycling/cycle_routes/the_viking_coastal_trail.aspx