Photos and Description of this 1 bedroom holiday chalet in Whitstable - Seasalter Beach Hut
Delightful beach hut to sleep 2 with unrivalled views of the sea
Seasalter Beach Hut is located directly on the beach and is the perfect spot for a peaceful holiday with nothing but sea and wildlife to gaze at from the cosiness of the property in the winter or on the beach in the summer.
You enter the beach hut from the back of the property and walk into a utility area which offers doors to the bathroom, the bedroom and the living/kitchen area.
The bathroom offers a modern shower, toilet and basin.
The cosy bedroom boasts a double bed, electric heating and a window through to the living area with views out towards the sea.
The open planned kitchen/living and dining area has a full kitchen with gas oven, hob and grill. The living area has views out towards the sea and the Isle of Sheppy. There are two double sofas and a table and chairs for 4 persons. The beach hut also offers a flat screen TV with all major channels.
There is a small glass conservatory perfect for gazing at the views on colder days with doors leading out onto the raised terrace area with outside dining table and chairs.
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The gastro Sportsman Restaurant is a must if you want beautiful award winning food. Finish the evening with a walk along the beach or Saxon Shoreway watching the most stunning sunsets on the way back to the chalet. This property can be booked together with Navy-Gator ID 65 to sleep 6.
The charming seaside town of Whitstable is located in the Northeast of Kent. The town is situated approximately five miles north of the city of Canterbury and two miles west of Herne Bay. From the seashore, the town of Whitstable also boasts excellent views of the Isle of Sheppey which is only a short distance away.
Kent is a county in South East England, and one of the home counties. It borders East Sussex, Surrey and Greater London and has a defined boundary with Essex in the middle of the Thames Estuary. The ceremonial county boundaries of Kent include the shire county of Kent and the unitary borough of Medway.
The historic county of Kent has something which will appeal to everyone. It is steeped in history and known world wide as the 'Garden of England' due to the wealth of hop gardens and orchards in the area.
There are numerous water-sport activities on offer and the beautiful coastline has an array of award winning beaches.
Places of interest and attractions to visit include animal parks, castles, cathedrals, churches, historic houses, maritime heritage, museums, steam trains and much, much more.
Whitstable has a very special feel to it. Its located on the north Kent coast approximately 60 miles from London and its traditional charms, strong arts culture and rich maritime history complement its modern appeal.
Whitstable's has an extensive coastline and is famous for its oysters which remain an intrinsic part of this sea town's character and are celebrated every July at the Oyster Festival. Oysters and other delicacies from the sea can be enjoyed at the many and varied local restaurants and pubs.
Visitors love the town's bohemian charm with its gift shops, cafes, restaurants, fashion outlets, delicatessens, galleries and a never ending list of independent shops. An interesting area for shopping is in the Old Town where you will be spoilt for choice. When you reach the beach there is a pub on it full of after shopping delights.
The harbour has an interesting history including diving, shipbuilding and fishing, coupled with many local water sports clubs making Whitstable a Mecca for wind surfers, kite surfers and sailors of all ages.
One of the most popular boat trips is out to the offshore wind farm which shows off the latest technology and is quite awe inspiring when you get closer to it.
Along the coast are grassy slopes down to the sea, allowing bracing walks along the promenade to enjoy the bracing sea air. There's also a chance too to get some wonderful views of Whitstable's skyline.
Whitstable has secured a special place in the hearts and minds of all who visit the town.
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
Guestbook comments from the manager
We had a lovely weekend at the beach hut...it had everything we
could have wished for...clean but homely..and the view from the hut and from the deck was stunning...we would love to go back.