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Living In Deal?
Once the busiest port in England, this quaint seaside resort sits on the English Channel just eight miles north of Dover's famous white cliffs. Containing the county's first ever conservation area, the Henry VIII-commissioned Tudor castle and a wealth of attractive narrow streets and captivating buildings, this small, yet bustling town is one of Kent's most delightful secrets. Scholars of maritime history will love everything about the town, including the Deal Maritime and Local History Museum.
Local Area Of Deal
The town's pier and old-world fishing boats are just two of the quirky delights to be found here and first-rate golf clubs, The Royal Cinque Ports and Royal St. George's (home to the Open Championship) can be reached easily. As you would expect of a resort so richly steeped in fishing traditions, there are some excellent restaurants including Victuals, Dunkerley's and, on the pier itself, Jasin's.
Transport In Deal
With the train station bang in the centre of town, Dover's ferries to Europe just a 20-minute drive and the M20 accessible a half-hour's drive away in Folkestone, this town retains all the benefits of its seclusion whilst offering nearby routes to all destinations.