Curl up in front of the wood burner
Cosy lounge with wood burner
Open-plan kitchen/diner
Relax and enjoy a family meal
Large dining table to accommodate all the family
Bespoke handmade kitchen
Master double bedroom
Stylish decor throughout
Second double bedroom
Twin bedroom in the eaves of the property
Good selection of childrens games and toys
Child friendly property
Bathroom with shower over the bath
Patio for alfresco dining
Fully enclosed garden with childrens swing ball
View towards the property
1 / 17  Curl up in front of the wood burner
2 / 17  Cosy lounge with wood burner
3 / 17  Open-plan kitchen/diner
4 / 17  Relax and enjoy a family meal
5 / 17  Large dining table to accommodate all the family
6 / 17  Bespoke handmade kitchen
7 / 17  Master double bedroom
8 / 17  Stylish decor throughout
9 / 17  Second double bedroom
10 / 17  Twin bedroom in the eaves of the property
11 / 17  Good selection of childrens games and toys
12 / 17  Child friendly property
13 / 17  Bathroom with shower over the bath
14 / 17  Bathroom
15 / 17  Patio for alfresco dining
16 / 17  Fully enclosed garden with childrens swing ball
17 / 17  View towards the property

Saltway House

Whitstable, Kent
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Cosy cottage with a rustic style interior throughout
  • Fully enclosed garden with patio table, chairs, BBQ and children's play equipment
  • Within a five-minute walk to the centre of Whitstable and its shops, cafes and restaurants
  • Two wood burners for cosy evenings in
  • Just a short walk to Whitstable Beach with its gentle shelving beach, ideal for children
  • The old Salt Way passes near to the house leading to Blean and Canterbury
Property code: 52559

This characterful property is ideally suited for couples or families to enjoy a seaside retreat. It offers comfortable accommodation with easy access to the high street, beach and harbour.

Whitstable is a delightful seaside town with medieval history of the famous low-level marsh area known as The Salts, offers plenty of activities for both families and couples alike. The town has a wealth of independent shops and a fine selection of restaurants, cafes and pubs. Enjoy the beach and coastal walks as well as a variety of water sports including windsurfing, kite surfing and sailing. Whitstable is famous for its oysters which are celebrated every July at the Oyster Festival. Why not hire a bike and go for a ride along the seafront, or follow the Crab and Winkle Way or ride along the coast of Herne Bay. Nearby is the city of Canterbury, famous for it's Cathedral and also from where the local sea salt was transported for export by sea.

Enter the property into a small hallway where there is space for dropping off shoes and coats. The cosy lounge has two comfy sofas, and an armchair for relaxing, wood burner, TV and DVD. The hallway leads into an open-plan kitchen/diner where there is a table and six chairs for family entertaining. The well-equipped, bespoke, handmade kitchen has an electric oven and gas hob , fridge with ice compartment, dishwasher, washing machine and a breakfast bar and two stools, perfect for a morning coffee, a door leads from the kitchen out into the garden. There is a bathroom with a shower over bath and WC. Two steep, narrow wooden staircases connect the ground, first and second floors, adding to the property's charm. Stairs leading from the hall take you up to the first floor where there are two double bedrooms. A further set of stairs takes you up to large twin bedroom with TV and a selection of children's toys.

A door from the kitchen leads out into a fully enclosed garden with a large lawn complete with children's swing ball, and a patio with table and chairs seating six and a charcoal BBQ. There is unrestricted roadside parking nearby.

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

  • 3 bedrooms – 2 doubles and 1 twin
  • 1 bathroom
  • Electric oven and gas hob, dishwasher, fridge with ice compartment and washing machine
  • 2 wood burners (first basket of logs included)
  • Electric and gas central heating included
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Unrestricted roadside parking nearby (guests can unload opposite the property)
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Regret no smoking
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Beach, pubs, restaurants and shops within walking distance
  • TV/DVD, DAB Radio
  • Stairgates available
  • 2 steep, narrow staircases

This property is personally managed by Paul.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 9 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Sue 21st September 2018

Generally a very nice property- be aware the stairs are very steep and there was a fair bit of noise from the road. Well located: short walk into town and to the beach. Handy convenience store opposite.

Reviewed by Jennie 31st May 2018

I cannot think of any improvements that could be made to this property to make it a nice place to stay for a break in Whitstable. The property had everything we needed, including a secure back garden with furniture and a barbecue.

Reviewed by Nicholas 26th May 2018

Great cottage, perfectly located within walking distence of the centre of Whitstable and the beaches. Road can be noisey at times but not unbearable.

Reviewed by Joanne 9th February 2018

Bijou character cottage with a shabby chic vibe. Everything you could want was supplied , including plenty of wood for the stoves. Very close to the many and varied amenities that quirky Whitstable has to offer.

Reviewed by Tobias 27th December 2017

A beautiful cottage in a nice and central location. Very well equipped and great as a base for exploring Kent and Whitstable. It's especially nice to come back to a warm log burning stove after a long walk along the coast.

Reviewed by Lydia 23rd December 2017

Have just come back from a wonderful four nights over Christmas. Full of character and a great location. Walked the dog every day along the beach and the high street is full of restaurants, cafes and quirky shops. You don't need a car. We had everything we needed for a relaxing stay

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Curl up in front of the wood burner
Cosy lounge with wood burner
Open-plan kitchen/diner
Relax and enjoy a family meal
Large dining table to accommodate all the family
Bespoke handmade kitchen
Master double bedroom
Stylish decor throughout
Second double bedroom
Twin bedroom in the eaves of the property
Good selection of childrens games and toys
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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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