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Towards the property
Enjoy the view from the lounge
Lounge with views across the seafront
A great spot for entertaining
Family kitchen with reclaimed pine flooring
Alternative dining area in the conservatory
Additional lounge area which is bright and airy
Double bedroom
Clean and crisp double bedroom
Bunk bedroom
Cosy double loft room
Nautical decor
Bathroom with jacuzzi bath
Whitstable Bay is nearby
1 / 14  Towards the property
2 / 14  Enjoy the view from the lounge
3 / 14  Lounge with views across the seafront
4 / 14  A great spot for entertaining
5 / 14  Family kitchen with reclaimed pine flooring
6 / 14  Alternative dining area in the conservatory
7 / 14  Additional lounge area which is bright and airy
8 / 14  Double bedroom
9 / 14  Clean and crisp double bedroom
10 / 14  Bunk bedroom
11 / 14  Cosy double loft room
12 / 14  Nautical decor
13 / 14  Bathroom with jacuzzi bath
14 / 14  Whitstable Bay is nearby

Sea View House

Whitstable, Kent
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Change Sat
No Dogs
4 star
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Beautiful Grade II listed property sleeping 6
  • Traditional weather-boarded seaside property with period features
  • Private decked terrace, ideal for alfresco drinks and dining
  • Magnificent sea views to be enjoyed from several of the rooms
  • Many restaurants, pubs, and shops within a few minutes’ walk
  • Fantastic location for exploring East Kent, including Canterbury and Margate
Property code: WCC15

Characterful Grade II listed weather-boarded property with attractive period features, enjoying a central location in the seaside town of Whitstable in East Kent.

This property enjoys a fantastic location overlooking the seafront in the popular seaside town of Whitstable. A favourite with holidaymakers to the area, the town has a unique character and is populated by independent shops, well-regarded restaurants, and gastropubs. Seafood is the speciality here, and the town is particularly renowned for its oysters, although there are plenty of places to enjoy a simple fish and chip supper as well. A few minutes’ walk around the shingle beach, past the old fishermen’s sheds, is the village of Tankerton, with its sloping beach and prettily painted beach huts, which is a popular spot for families.

This property makes a fantastic place to stay in the heart of Whitstable and on arrival, guests will see just how special it is, with its weather-boarded exterior and attractive period features. The heart of the property is the spacious kitchen which provides a great communal space for friends and family to gather, eat, and simply enjoy one another’s company. The beamed ceiling, wooden floors, and warming AGA create a wonderfully cosy atmosphere in this room, which is equipped to a high standard with an oven, hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, cafetierre, breadmaker, washing machine, and tumble dryer, as well as a DAB radio. At one end of this room is a large dining table which comfortable seats six diners, whilst there is also a second dining area in the property’s conservatory which leads out onto the decked terrace. There is also a small lounge on the ground floor, which makes a great place to escape to with a good book or the Sunday papers. A shower room can also be found on the ground floor, offering a shower and WC. The main sitting room, with its uninterrupted sea views, a feature fireplace, and Smart TV/ DVD player can be found upstairs on the first floor, as can two bedrooms. The first of these is the master bedroom with a Hypnos Premier Inn mattress on the double bed, whilst the second bedroom is a bunk bedroom, both of which offer plenty of space for storing clothes. Steps lead to a converted sail loft, now the second double bedroom with a Hypnos premier Inn mattress. Interestingly, there is also a Yahama keyboard in this room which may appeal to guests with musical skills. The main bathroom, meanwhile, is a sanctuary-like space with a large spa bath featuring underwater lighting, and a WC.

Outside, there is a decked terrace just outside the property which offers unrivalled sea views. Parking is available in local public car parks.

Please note there is a refundable £100 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 3 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 bunk bedroom and 1 double in sail loft
  • Bathroom with spa bath and WC
  • Ground-floor shower room with shower and WC
  • Smart TV/DVD and DAB radio
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Oven, hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, and bread maker
  • Bed linen & towels included
  • Electric and central heating included
  • High chair and travel cot available
  • Regret no pets
  • Public car parks available locally
  • Shops, pubs, and beach within walking distance
  • Arrival 4pm

This property is personally managed by Paul.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 4 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.8
Overall equipment
5
Overall comfort
4.5
Overall location
5

Reviewed by Melanie 20th July 2019

The historic, characterful Sea View House is in the most beautiful position, right on the beach path and close to the sea. The back of the house opens right up to bring the sea breeze and sunshine right inside. Great fun exchanging greetings and local information with the many folk walking past. But at night, there is darkness and peace and the beaRead morech and the sky are all your own. If there is a fine sunset to view, you have a front row seat! Hide

Reviewed by Carolyn 25th May 2019

We loved the cottage & its location. Great for the sea, crabbing & oysters virtually next door. The house is extremely well equipped once we worked out the cupboards and drawers. The kids loved working the old fashioned balance scales. We were able to drop our stuff & park close by. Dont worry that the street is very narrow theres somewhere to turnRead more at the end! For budgeting Gorel Tank car park was 50 for 3 nights. Hide

Reviewed by Tina 2nd May 2019

The house was full of character and the location was superb - perfect way to end the day watching a glorious sunset from the window.

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Towards the property
Enjoy the view from the lounge
Lounge with views across the seafront
A great spot for entertaining
Family kitchen with reclaimed pine flooring
Alternative dining area in the conservatory
Additional lounge area which is bright and airy
Double bedroom
Clean and crisp double bedroom
Bunk bedroom
Cosy double loft room
Show 2 moreNautical decor

Location

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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