About Whitstable Cottage holiday rentals
Live like a local in a charming, fisherman’s cottage within the Whitstable seaside, harbour conservation area. Situated a few minutes stroll from the beach, off Harbour Street, in Whitstable You will be within a few minutes stroll of shops, restaurants, cafes, beach and harbour perfect for self-catering holiday lettings as there are lots of shops and takeaways nearby. For quick answers call/text me on 07733102433 OR EMAIL email@example.com
With cottage style bedrooms and courtyard garden with sun all day.
Three Bedroom simple holiday cottage accommodation
Two bedrooms for a party of 2-4 ( 3 bedrooms if needed) prices are kept reasonable for up to 4 guests - see Rates. 5-6 persons can be accommodated if wished, please enquire for small extra charge per night:
Whitstable beach and harbour side village
The Whitstable harbour area offers sailing, windsurfing and of course swimming from the beach and cycling is popular along the coast as well as exploring the famous Whitstable alleys like "Squeeze Gut". Also a lovely variety of seafood restaurants and cafes.
In Whitstable there are numerous restaurants, cafes and bars specialising in seafood and the famous Whitstable Oysters and even a Michelin starred restaurant at Seasalter (next village along the coast). My favourites include the Oyster Fisheries, Wheelers Oysters and Crab and Winkle.
For self-catering at home with a few minutes stroll there are a variety of food stores/supermarkets, individual bakers, specialist cheese shops, grocers, butchers and fresh fish from the harbour markets and some excellent delis. There are many lovely independent shops dotted around Whitstable Harbour Street.
Whitstable makes a good base for visiting Canterbury and other attractions in Kent - Margate (with the Turner Gallery, Dreamland) Ramsgate, Deal, Walmer, Dungeness, Broadstairs etc.) which are only a short drive. Other nearby beaches include Margate, Broadstairs, Joss Bay.
- Sorry no pets or smokers.
- Cautionary refundable deposit required.
- Steep staircase to first floor in most cottages (like many original old Whitstable cottages) not suitable for those with mobility issues (bathroom on ground floor). Stairgate should be used when children upstairs. Narrow staircase to loft rooms.
- Contribution to heating requested in winter.