Towards the front of the property
Exposed stone wall which gives the property character
Dining area
Open-plan kitchen/diner
Double bedroom
Bunk bedroom
Shower room
1 / 8  Towards the front of the property
2 / 8  Exposed stone wall which gives the property character
3 / 8  Lounge
4 / 8  Dining area
5 / 8  Open-plan kitchen/diner
6 / 8  Double bedroom
7 / 8  Bunk bedroom
8 / 8  Shower room

Pearson's Cottage

Whitstable, Kent
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
No Dogs
3 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Towels included
7 more

At a glance

  • End-of-terrace cottage sleeping four guests
  • Period property with well-maintained original features, alongside contemporary fittings
  • Located next to Whitstable’s iconic sea wall, in the heart of this seaside town
  • Within walking distance of a fantastic number of eateries, including a well-regarded gastro pub at the end of the street
  • Just a short stroll to the seafront and harbour
  • Excellent location for exploring East Kent and even enjoying a day trip to France
Property code: WCC10

Thoughtfully updated end-of-terrace cottage providing attractive accommodation for four guests at the heart of the seaside town of Whitstable, just a short walk to the seafront.

Located close to Whitstable’s Sea Wall, this comfortable property makes a great holiday home for a family seeking a quiet getaway just ten metres from the beautiful seafront. With the heart of the town centre less than 0.25 miles away, this charming end-of-terrace property makes an ideal base for exploring the town’s numerous independent shops, boutiques and galleries, with a fantastic range of cafes, pubs and restaurants all within easy reach.

Stepping into this welcoming property you will find the light and inviting lounge. With a traditional wood burner set in an original exposed stonework surround, this is a great space to snuggle up and relax with a good book or a movie. There’s also a fully equipped kitchen/diner which is perfect for sharing a favourite meal. Stairs lead from the lounge up to the first floor where there’s a spacious double bedroom and a cosy bunk bedroom which is ideal for younger guests. Stepping outside you can enjoy al fresco drinks and meals in the small courtyard garden to the rear of the property which features a choice of garden furniture and is accessed via patio doors from the kitchen.

Renowned for its culinary heritage and Oyster Festival, Whitstable has a range of great places to eat and drink, including a popular grastropub just a few doors down from the cottage. You can enjoy walks along the pretty, mile-long shingle beach which is dotted with colourful beach huts, or take part in a range of water sports. The town also features a working harbour, the 18th century Whitstable Castle and Gardens, the charming Playhouse and the fascinating Whitstable Museum and Gallery. Exploring the nearby area, you can visit the historic cathedral city of Canterbury (7 miles) and the pretty seaside town of Herne Bay (5.5 miles).

  • 2 bedrooms: 1 double and 1 bunk bedroom
  • Shower room with shower and WC
  • Smart TV/DVD
  • Wood burner - logs are not provided
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, and washing machine
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Regret no pets
  • Roadside parking available locally
  • Shops, pubs, and beach within walking distance
  • Arrival 4pm

This property is personally managed by Sam.


Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

Whitstable is one of Kent’s most popular seaside towns, not only for its long shingle beaches, dotted with colourful huts and houses, but also for its annual Oyster Festival, when the town really comes alive. Here you can sample this renowned delicacy which has been collected in the area since Roman times and brings visitors from all over the globe to get a glimpse of the first catch of the season. Still a working harbour, you can sample a plethora of seafood from the stalls and restaurants as you watch the fishing boats return from sea, or pop up to the bohemian main street with its quirky colourful shops and galleries. Keep to the seaside theme and hire bikes to ride along the coast to Herne Bay just two miles away, or try the famous inland Crab and Winkle Way, which follows the old railway line between Whitstable and Canterbury and is packed with history and nostalgia. Relax with lazy days at the beach, building sandcastles and exploring hidden rock pools or take a long walk along the vast stretch of shingle beach. The area has lots of other beach walks, as well many country and woodland trails nearby, perfect for both you and the family dog! For a little culture, pay a visit to the town’s famous 18th century Castle and Gardens, Playhouse Theatre and Whitstable Museum and Gallery, all perfect for an afternoon or evening out. Only eight miles north of the cathedral city of Canterbury with its popular glass-fronted Marlowe Theatre, you are also just half an hour away from the up-and-coming seaside town of Margate and 45 minutes away from the port of Dover with its famous white cliffs. Slightly further afield, you will find the historic Cinque Ports towns of amongst others, Rye, Hastings and Tenterden where you will find a variety of spectacular monuments and beautiful castles to visit with all the family. Whitstable really is the perfect place for those who want to get back to how holidays used to be – full of fun, adventure and family.

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