Lydd, sited on the beautiful Romney Marsh wetland area, is the most southerly town in Kent. It has a range of amenities and attractions and is an excellent base for exploring south-east England. All Saints Church in the town is a beautiful building with a striking 132-feet tower. Other historic buildings include the Guildhall, an 18th century Grade II listed building and The Old Court Hall built in 1429 as a courthouse and gaol. Lydd Town Museum presents the history of the area. Lydd Golf Club has lakes on 11 of the 18 holes and welcomes golfers of all levels. Nearby Dungeness National Nature Reserve is a conservation area and wildfowl reserve with trails and military remains. Lydd Airport, known as London Ashford, is conveniently situated for travellers wanting to visit this part of England. The high speed rail link from Ashford International Station will get you into London St. Pancras Station in just 37 minutes.