Located in a quiet spot near the centre of Whitstable, this delightful fishing cottage offers cosy and inviting accommodation for couples and families. With the town’s bustling high street only a few metres away, this lovely property makes a fantastic base for exploring Whitstable’s many attractions, including the beautiful shingle beach, the 18th century Whitstable Castle and Gardens, and the working harbour. There’s a range of great independent shops, restaurants and pubs and plenty of opportunities to sample the town’s famous oysters.
Stepping into this pretty holiday cottage you will find the attractive lounge which features plenty of seating, TV and DVD, and is an ideal space for relaxing in after a great day out. You can enjoy your favourite meals in the charming dining room and the kitchen is equipped with everything you could need. There are three cosy bedrooms on the first floor, each decorated with a cool, nautical theme: a double, a twin and a single – please note the single room is accessed via the twin room. Heading outside you can unwind in the pretty patio garden which features a summerhouse and garden furniture, making this an ideal space for enjoying al fresco meals or a morning coffee.
Whitstable offers a range of activities including windsurfing, sailing and the regular Oyster Festival. You can enjoy long coastal walks to the pretty villages of Tankerton (1.5 miles) and Seasalter (2 miles) or you can follow the inland Crab and Winkle Way. The picturesque town of Herne Bay (5.5 miles) is also within easy reach. Local attractions include Howletts Wild Animal Park (13 miles), the Kent Downs (11 miles), Blean Woods National Nature Reserve (5.5 miles) and Victory Wood (3.5 miles). Heading inland you can explore the historic city of Canterbury (7 miles), home to the country’s oldest cathedral.