Thoughtfully updated period cottage sleeping six guests, a stylish and comfortable holiday retreat in the popular seaside town of Whitstable in East Kent.
Situated within 0.5 miles of both Whitstable’s pretty beach and working harbour, this delightful end-of-terrace cottage makes a lovely getaway for a family or a small group of friends. Set over three storeys this charming period property retains original features including exposed brickwork and a wood burner, and has been lovingly updated to offer bright, spacious and cosy accommodation within easy reach of the town’s many fantastic independent shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs.
This cheerful, welcoming cottage has been beautifully decorated and tastefully furnished and offers a delightful lounge which makes a fantastic space to unwind in at the end of a lovely day. The light and stylish kitchen is fully equipped so you can prepare all your favourite meals which you can share in the charming dining room. There are three cosy bedrooms: on the first floor there’s a pretty king-size room and a restful double, while the second floor offers a light-filled twin room with a sloping ceiling. You can step outside and relax in the private patio garden which has a side alley perfect for storing bikes and canoes.
Famous for its Oyster Festival, the small but thriving town of Whitstable has a host of great pubs, cafes and restaurants, many specialising in local seafood brought in via the local harbour. There are numerous independent shops, boutiques and art galleries, and you can enjoy coastal walks to nearby Tankerton and Seasalter (both 1.5 miles). Whitstable also has a mile-long stretch of shingle beach lined with colourful beach huts. You can explore the 18th century Whitstable Castle (1 mile), enjoy the beautiful Tankerton Beach (1 mile), visit the lovely seaside town of Herne Bay (6 miles) or follow the Crab and Winkle Way which leads to the historic city of Canterbury (7 miles).