Attractive Victorian terraced cottage sleeping six guests, situated in the pretty seaside town of Whitstable, within walking distance of the town’s shingle beach.
This cosy and welcoming Victorian terraced cottage provides delightful accommodation for a family or a couple looking for a restful getaway. The beautiful beach, quaint harbour and vibrant high street are all within half a mile and there are plenty of shops and restaurants in the immediate area. With plenty of space for four adults and two children, this light-filled property features a charming suntrap garden and has been beautifully updated to make a delightful holiday home.
Entering this lovely cottage, you will find a bright open-plan lounge/diner which is a lovely space to relax in, with Smart TV, Netflix, DAB radio, a traditional wood burner and plenty of comfortable seating. You can share a family meal in the spacious dining area and the galley-style kitchen features all the equipment you’re likely to need. Steep cottage-style wooden stairs lead up to the first floor, where there are two pleasant and airy double bedrooms. A further flight of relatively steep, winding, narrow stairs leads up to the second-floor attic which has been imaginatively transformed into a delightful twin room perfect for children. Please note the room has a sloping ceiling and does not have its own door –stairs lead directly into the room. The pretty back garden features a decked area with plenty of seating so you can unwind in the evening with a meal or drinks. Please note the cottage is in the conservation area where parking is free, but space may be limited.
Famous for its Oyster Festival, Whitstable features a pretty beach with rows of colourful beach huts which stretches around the beautiful Whitstable Bay. The high street offers a fantastic range of independent shops and great places to eat and drink. Herne Bay (5 miles), Faversham (9 miles) and the historic city of Canterbury (7 miles) are all within easy reach.