House in Whitstable, Kent, England
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Huge fans of fresh air!
SeaWeekend purchased this House in 2012
Why SeaWeekend chose Whitstable
Quiet (no through road) and yet literally one minute from both the beach and the high street. The best of both worlds! Houses in this particular area also have larger gardens than average.
What makes this House unique
Pebble House has been designed to accomodate large groups. This is probably the only house in the Conservation area with 3 beds/3 bathrooms. The large back extension + garden offer a great space to entertain, in all seasons.
Please consider the following guidelines when booking this property:
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Centrally located, clean, comfortable accommodation.
Ideal accommodation for 6 family members gathering for a wedding in Whitstable. Everything we need was within walking distance and although parking was not available in the same street there were plenty of secure car parks nearby.
The cottage was very clean and 3 bath/shower rooms proved very useful. The stairs were very steep so not really suitable for the very young, elderly or those with mobility issues. The main kitchen/diner was a lovely bright room and where we spent most of our time. Unfortunately the chilly weather meant we couldn't really make use of the outdoor space.
We discovered one or two of the items of information in the folder provided were out of date but this has been fed back to the owner. Otherwise the content was comprehensive and useful.
Well-located, beautifully finished house - great for a weekend by the sea!
We rented this property for a weekend away with the girls. The house is lovely, very clean, high quality finish and lots of cool interior design touches. There's a great kitchen/diner space that leads onto a large garden which is perfect for entertaining, and the house is a stones throw from the high street and beach. Had everything we needed for a lovely break!
lovely family house in the thick of the action
Very well equipped house suiting an extended family well. The very large number of toys was very much appreciated by 1 very happy 2 year old!
If anyone has any mobility problems then the steep stairs will be awkward and headroom is an issue in the loft conversion room.
Fantastic stay at this ideally located cosy house
We had a great stay here for two nights for a girls weekend. Loved the open plan kitchen which is where we spent most of our time. Went for a walk into town and the seafront the next day which was very close. Overall a perfect weekend away, and looking forward to a visit in the summer!
Well equipped, child friendly, clean. Had all we needed for a pleasant holiday. Good position.
Lovely holiday cottage for family. My grandson loved the toys and videos. Well equipped. Three good bathrooms. Could do with a stair gate for top of first flight of stairs. We had a happy stay in Whitstable.
an ex ccellent location and cottage for our quick
great character an tastefully decorated-perfect for the 4 of us
Special interest holidays:
Whitstable is a destination for windsurfers and kite surfers alike and there is also a lively sailing scene with sailing clubs in Whitstable and nearby Tankerton.
Fantastic walking is to be had along the coastline(The Saxon Shore) and there is woodland nearby you can walk to Canterbury(called the Crab and Winkle Way 7 miles) without barely having to cross a road.
The house is 200 yards from the harbour, the beach and the harbour.
Only 1h30min from London (road/train).
30 minutes from Eurotunnel terminal.
15 minutes from Canterbury.
Walking distance from train station.
Directions: Take the Whitstable exit from the A299. Follow signs for Whitstable. Drive down Borstal Hill, through traffic lights and under a railway bridge. Continue through the high street until you approach the harbour. Turn right in Woodlawn Street and right again in St Peter's Road and then straight on - Victoria street is the 3rd street.
Airport ~ London Gatwick - 66miles ; Airport - London Heathrow - 76 miles; Channel Tunnel - 29.8miles ; Train Station - Whitstable - 0.6miles; Ferry Port - Dover/Calais -31miles ; Ferry Port - Ramsgate/Oostende - 21miles; Motorway M2 - 9miles ; Motorway M20 - 28miles.
Whitstable is famous for its long association with locally caught seafood and in particular oysters, it has one of very few remaining working harbours with a small fleet of fishing boats, that catch fish daily for sale in the harbour fish market.
Many of the towns very good restaurants serve excellent fish dishes, but also cater for meat fans and vegetarians.
The countryside nearby is great for walking and cycling with very little to interrupt you between Whitstable and Canterbury except woodland.