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Fancy a more unusual holiday venue - Why not try this stunning 50's lookout tower in remote and other worldly Dungeness?
A striking coastguard tower standing on Britain's largest shingle beach, with uninterrupted views across the channel to France, has been transformed into a stylish holiday bolthole costing over £2000 a week.
The Coastguard Lookout Tower is a prominent building in the landscape of Dungeness, the remote and desert like headland jutting out into the English Channel from the coast of Kent.
Surrounded by old radar stations, lighthouses an eclectic smattering of timber shacks and even a nuclear power station - The windswept landscape has become an unlikely tourist hotspot that attracts a million visitors a year.