Cottages in Deal

Original Cottages has a range of beautiful properties to rent in the quaint, idyllic Kentish town of Deal. Deal is just a few miles north of Dover, and sports a bustling high street full of independent businesses, a glorious pebbly beach, and winding streets with a range of sweet period properties. Deal is a maritime town, with a rich naval history dating back to 55BC, when Julius Caesar is said to have landed there. There are 3 Tudor castles in the area, all built by Henry VIII as defensive forts, which are still open to visitors today. This page will take you through our unique, luxurious, and comfortable cottages to rent in Deal. 

We currently have 20 cottages to rent in Deal, which are taking bookings for Autumn 2021, and Spring/Summer 2022. Each property is one-of-a-kind and has its own quirks. If you’re looking for a more intimate, smaller cottage, check out our terraces, like The Short House, or 4 Cambridge Mews. If it’s pet-friendly you’re looking for, we have you covered. The White House, which sleeps up to 4 guests, is right on the beach front and allows you to be a canine companion, so you can enjoy the sea view with every member of your family!

Our luxury properties in Deal offer you ultimate relaxation, with a range of amenities and features available in each home to ensure you have the most seamless holiday possible. Ashington House, a stunning double-fronted property is a grade II listed building, and has the ultimate sea-view, as it is just 0.05 miles from the beach. For those seeking rare architecture, chapel conversion Chapel House may be exactly what you’ve been looking for. 

Deal is also the ideal location for large family/group getaways. The impressive and modern Vause at Sea has five bedrooms and six bathrooms, sleeping up to 10 guests. The property is kitted out with a games room and enclosed garden, making it the ideal place to take the kids. Beadles sleeps up to 12 guests, and is a picturesque period building that looks like it has leapt straight from the pages of a Jane Austen romance. Whatever you are looking for when planning your trip to Deal and the East Kent Coast, our properties can provide. 

Things to do near Deal

Don’t be deceived by Deal’s small size, this is a seaside town with plenty of activities and amenities. Sporting an abundant maritime history, Deal celebrates its naval history and military roots. Deal Maritime and Local History Museum has reopened recently with brand new exhibitions for 2021 and has a vast collection of boats from throughout history to view. Being just a few miles from Dover, Deal has always been of strategic significance to England’s defences from foreign invasion, and you can learn all about this by visiting Deal Castle, and Walmer Castle and Gardens, both built as artillery fortresses during the Tudor era. Sandown Castle was also built by Henry VIII for the same reasons but has unfortunately been victim of coastal erosion over the years. However, the ruins of the castle can still be visited, and the site has been converted into a three-tiered garden that is a must-see attraction. 

If history isn’t your thing, or you want to explore beyond castles, Deal also has a very vibrant arts scene. The town is home to many art galleries and local artists. Deal Music and Arts Festival is an annual event which usually runs throughout the months of June and July, and hosts a range of folk, comedy and musical acts, as well as world-class dance performances. 

Deal won the Daily Telegraph High Street of the Year Award in 2017, and upon visiting, it is clear to see why. Deal high street is home to a plethora of independent businesses and colourful buildings. After you have wandered through the shops, you might want to grab a bite to eat and a cold drink to rest your feet, and Deal has so much to offer you. Grab a gluten-free sweet treat at Kerry’s Bakehouse and Eatery, tuck into some fresh seafood at Dunkerley’s Restaurant and Hotel, or treat yourself to Michelin guide approved cuisine at Frog and Spot. 

It takes 20 minutes to walk the entire length of Deal’s promenade, and the town is perfectly placed in between the nearby coastal towns of Sandwich and Walmer. The iconic white cliffs of Dover are only a 15-minute bus ride away, and historic Canterbury is accessible by car, bus, and train. 



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