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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?<br />
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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.<br />
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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.<br />
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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.