New Romney is a small yet thriving and fun-filled town in Kent, England. It sits on the edge of the Romney Marsh near Hythe, Dymchurch, Lydd and Dungeness. Most famously, it is the headquarters of the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway. This alone makes for an excellent day out. But there’s much more on offer here. Afternoon Tea in New Romney is a ‘must’.
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You may think from the name that this town has little history. In reality, New Romney is not significantly different in age from the nearby village of Old Romney! Indeed, it is one of the oldest of the original Cinque Ports of England.
During the Second World War, it had a small yet vital role to play in the D-Day landings. This is due to it being a staging area for Mulberry Harbours.
Denis Thatcher, the late husband of the former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, used to play golf in New Romney. Today its town boasts a historic high street with several shops and Afternoon Tea New Romney venues.
Stop by in one and have a bite to eat. There is nothing quite like sipping your cuppa while watching the hustle and bustle of this beautiful and quaint area.