• British Federation of Sand & Land Yacht Clubs
    The British Federation of Sand and Land Yacht Clubs (or just 'The Fed'), represents sand and land yacht clubs in the UK at national and international level. It is a member of the International Federation of Sand and Land Yachts.

  • Castaways B&B and Guest House
    Fully refurbished in 2012, we offer 6 en-suite guest bedrooms sleeping up to 11 guests. Relax in our comfortable guest lounge and enjoy magnificent sea views over the English Channel. Uniquely situated, the beach to front and shingle to rear are within the Dungeness National Nature Reserve and for the train enthusiast, the delightful Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway passes directly behind us.

  • Herons Park
    We are a family run business offering a fully residential caravan park along with seasonal touring and camping tent pitches, there are fishing lakes and nature walks on site and locally situated in the heart of the Romney Marshes which offer sites of special scientific interest and English nature.

  • The Pilot Inn, Dungeness
    The Pilot Inn is the Famous Family run Pub-Restaurant situated a stones throw (and there's a lot of them around) from the sea, in the heart of the breathtaking Dungeness National Nature Reserve.

  • Greatstone Village
    Greatstone village is on the south east Kent coast between Folkestone and Rye, about one mile from the cinque port of New Romney on the Romney Marsh. The village lies between farm land and a nature reserve to the west and the English Channel to the east. It has a fine sandy beach popular with bathers, land yachts and wind surfers alike.

  • Romney Sands Holiday Park
    Think Romney Sands, think golden sands. Sitting opposite one of Kent's finest sandy beaches and close to the wildlife-filled Romney Marshes, Romney Sands promises first class facilities.

  • Romney Marsh Countryside Project
    Here you will find details on current countryside activities in Dungeness and the Romney Marsh area as well as information about the Romney Marsh and the role of the Countryside Project.

  • The International Land and Sandyachting Federation