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All reviews lovely walk flower beds grand hotel lovely victorian the cliff town end band stand gentle stroll watch the world overlooking the sea martello tower sunny day plenty of seats dungeness french roast sea air zig zag path
As a lot of guests ( in Winter ) stay at the Grand Burstin hotel either Mon to Fri or weekends not many get the time or chance to visit The Leas Promenade. Such a shame as this really is a hidden gem with lovely...More
This is a lovely walkway with stunning views across the channel. You can stay along the cliff top or venture down the various walkways and steps to the beach below. A very peaceful experience. We took a walk along here on new years morning so...More
we had a lovely long walk along the Lee's, we were staying in a hotel on Earls Avenue, there is a lively grass area, and a pathway all along to the town centre. well maintained, stunning views overlooking the sea. plenty of seating all All...More
Beautiful area of Folkestone, stunning sea views, especially at sunset. The perfect place for a stroll as it's so flat, ideal for wheelchairs, pushchairs and children/ adults alike. So glad we stayed in this gorgeous area.
A lovely pedestrianised promenade atop the cliffs of Folkestone offering lovely views across the Channel as far as France on a clear day. There's a couple of restaurants and bars at some of the hotels and a cafe at the Leas Pavillion if you fancy...More
Walked along the Promenade at dusk. The views to the West and the setting sun were stunning and the views of the lights along the French Coast a lovely surprise! It was peaceful and quiet at the beginning of October mid week.
We stayed at the view hotel. The bandstand is literally in front of it. We ventured down to explore and maybe get a few shots. The steps leading into it was chained so couldn't gain access. Not much to see except walk around it and...More