Seasons come and seasons go. The Black Douglas has gone; The Black Pig’s still here. It’s the place of quirky decorations (horizontal Christmas trees) and quirkier houses (a late 17th century chapel masquerading as a 19th century gothic cottage orné on High Street) and even quirkier house names (Comarques, home of composer John Ireland from 1936 to 1939, and Winkle Cottage) and super quirky architectural details (shell decorated fanlights and doorstep windows). But there’s only one place to be on a wintry Friday night in East Kent’s most fashionable resort: the private view of The Green and Found, England’s only gift shop abutting a Grade I brick garden wall built by Henry VIII.
6 replies on “Deal Town Kent + The Green + Found”
Fascinating photographs I am sure I have walked past many of those places.
Deal really is full of hidden treasures.
Great historic town.
It is a wonderful coastal town and surrounding area.
Spectacular photography…. Christmas is coming !
Hurrah! The best time of year!