Holiday Cottage in Whitstable, Kent
from £295 pw
Sleeps 2 |
or speak to our friendly booking team +44 (0)1227 464958
Holiday Cottage in Whitstable, Kent
from £295 pwSleeps 2 |
This fantastic Kent holiday cottage is being offered for the first time through Mulberry Cottages. Situated in the centre of the historic town of Whitstable this Kent self-catering accommodation has much to offer the holidaymaker. Charmingly decorated with wonderful traditional pieces and lovely pictures from a local artist, it is a perfect base for those wishing to explore the attractive town of Whitstable, Canterbury, and surrounding areas. There are many historic attractions, miles of beaches and interesting coastline waiting to be explored just minutes from your doorstep which are charming at any time of the year.
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Writer's Cottage is arranged on two first floors of this pretty cottage. The front door of this Kent holiday cottage leads straight onto a steep staircase which is bathed in light.
Situated to the right of the staircase is the dining room with large farmhouse table and contrasting chairs seating 4 comfortably, ideal for a cosy meal for 2. A stylish dresser adorned with antique plates and crockery finish the room off beautifully. The kitchen has coloured units and is fully equipped with electric oven, hob and extractor fan, washer/dryer and microwave oven as well as a large fridge/freezer. There is plenty of china, glass, cutlery and cooking utensils for use during your stay. A door leads from the kitchen onto a large south facing terrace area complete with table, chairs and a parasol, the perfect place to sit and enjoy a glass of Pimms after a day's sightseeing.
The double aspect lounge area is bathed in light, whitewashed walls are complimented with a comfortable sofa and occasional tables with modern lamps as well as unusual pieces of local art and plentiful books on the shelves make this an ideal place to relax whilst enjoying the warm sunshine which filters through the many windows that this Kent holiday cottage has to offer, all making for a very relaxing place to be. There is a TV and DVD player provided for use during your stay.
The master bedroom is on the second floor and has a pine double bed with pretty white bedside tables and lamps. The bed is dressed with crisp, cotton, floral bed linen, complimented by whitewashed walls; the apex window allows the light to flood into the room. There is a fitted wardrobe and a chest of drawers providing plenty of storage.
The fully tiled bathroom has a bath with shower over, wash hand basin and wc, fluffy cotton towels have been provided for use during your stay.
Whitstable lies on a part of the Kent coastline that has been associated with fishing and most notably with oysters for nearly 2,000 years. Fisherman's huts still stand on the beach that edges this delightful old coastal town, full of intriguing alleyways with eccentric names and pretty weatherboard cottages.
The bustling High Street and Harbour Street are lined with an array of boutiques, delicatessens, art galleries, restaurants and even an old-fashioned hardware shop. Maritime paraphernalia sits happily with the contemporary art scene to create an eclectic mix of past and present.
Whitstable celebrates is historic maritime heritage each year with a Regatta, Carnival and the Whitstable Oyster Festival. The harbour, built in the 1830's, is still a commercial port and early risers can watch the day's catch being unloaded from the fishing boats before eating it later in the day in one of the many popular seafood restaurants.
Slightly further afield is the vibrant city of Canterbury which is a lovely medieval city with the very best of both worlds! An historic cultural centre with two theatres, open air Shakespeare in the summer months in the stunning grounds of St Augustines Abbey, river trips in punts and walking ghost tours of the City originally founded by the Romans. There are many museums to visit including the Museum of Canterbury which is sited opposite the cottage. Outside Canterbury too, there are many historic places to visit with Kent having more castles than any other county in England.
The new Whitefriars shopping development offers a good range of boutiques and high street shops with the many smaller streets surrounding the centre offering individual specialist shops.
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Wonderful time at the sea.
February 2013 - Family from Nonnington
A very cosy cottage in a nice area. Spent a great New Years Eve in the Abode hotel in Canterbury. Thanks for your hospitality Mike.
January 2012 - Family from Germany
A wonderful place to spend Christmas - perfect setting and remarkably chilled, thank you.
December 2012 - Christmas Period
A very relaxing weekend - great location - Thanks.
November 2012 Family from Sevonoaks
Lovely cottage in a good location.
October 2012 - Familu from Surrey
A very pleasing and comfortable place to stay in a delightful town.
October 2012 - family from Dorset
A lovely cottage in a great place. Thank you.
October 2012 - Family from West Malling
Writer's Cottage is a lovely place, very friendly welcome, everything we needed for a great stay.
We had a wonderful stay in Whistable. We shall visit the County of Kent again.
Wonderful place to spend our first few days as Mr and Mrs!
Becs and Dom- August 2012
Had a fantastic stay here. Beautiful cottage, ideal location. Would return and recommend to others.
Jacqui and Kieran- August 2012
A warm and memorable introduction to Whitstable.
Mr and Mrs B - May 2012
A beautiful location in a beautiful town. Great time with family- Sunday lunch at The Cumberland, Birthday dinner at Shangri- La, beers at The Neptune. Thank You!
Amanda- April 2012
Lovely cottage with a great location
Caroline and Victoria- December 2011
Really lovely cottage with with a lovely warm welcome, thanks!
Fiona and Matt - December 2011
A beautiful cottage, a credit to Whitstable, Thank you!
Mr and Mrs Watkinson- July 2011
Very enjoyable weekend. Cant wait to come back. Lovely Cottage with a very warm and welcome feel about it.
Mr and Mrs G - February 2011
We have had a lovely stay. Home from home!
Sharon and John - April 2011
A lovely, relaxing base for pottering in Whitstable.
Helena and Karl - July 2011
H and N Serle- June 2011
We really liked our short stay in Whitstable. The cottage was perfect ,and the owner was very helpful.
John Cooke - November 2012
We had a wonderful stay in Whitstable. We shall visit the County of Kent again.
We were very lucky to be able to book your cottage at such a short notice and we found it very well equipped and suitable for our needs. Although we did not do much cooking and did not intend to, we were after a well earned break. In any case we had take-away meals and three closest to us, Fish & Chip shop, Chinese and Indian, serving exceptional meals which we enjoyed very much. We also found the location was just about right and the walks you suggested were very good, which Tashi found very enjoyable, especially the doggy friends he made.
Thank you again for welcoming us and explaining the local area to us. We will certainly consider your cottage to stay at the next time we are in the area and need a similar short stay away from Sutton.
Sue & Rob Nowland
Refundable security deposit of £75.00. Short breaks available.
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