Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday home in Whitstable - Regent Cottage
Spacious Family House To Sleep 7 Guests, Pet Friendly And Near To All Amenities
**Please Note: the NEW HomeAway pricing displayed on their website, calculates nightly rates by taking our weekly tariff price and dividing by 7. This unfortunately is a falsely represented nightly price which does not take into account our short break percentages which in this instance are 2 nights charged at 50% of the weekly tariff. Please visit the property website page above for more details on short break percentages and special offers. Sadly we have no control over this new trend towards nightly 'hotel-style' pricing.**
Come and stay in this spacious seaside home just a few minutes from the harbour, beach and lovely local shops. Whitstable House is perfect for a family holiday or short break. Within easy walking distance to the station.
The wonderful shops and local food shops in Harbour Street are only a few minutes’ walk away from this lovely well placed house, along with the wonderful gastro pubs and restaurants offering fresh seafood brought in from the local fishing waters. Why not enjoy a relaxing walk through the historic working harbour and along the beach to watch Whitstable's famous sunsets. The property is beautifully decorated with a fresh seaside theme downstairs and attractive Victorian furniture in the good sized bedrooms. Whitstable House ticks all of the boxes for that special occasion.
In House Facilities - Central heating, linen & towels, kettle, toaster, fridge/freezer, microwave, oven, hob, ironing facilities, TV, DVD player & DVD's, bath and walk in shower, games, washing line, garden.
Local Facilities - Facilities within 300m include restaurants, pubs, shops, general store, beach, bus stop, harbour, sailing/windsurfing club, art galleries, Bridge House School of Art (providing art classes for adults and children).
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 windsurfers, 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.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered