Whitstable Bungalow is rooted in Whitstable History, as this holiday bungalow is situated on the 'Crab and Winkle Line'. The Beach is only 400m away and 5 minutes to harbour and high street.
With links to the cycle route and within easy walking distance of both Whitstable Station and the local Activities and Attractions this spacious bungalow is a great spot for any holiday or short break.
The property has 1 en-suite bathroom a bath with shower over top (no toilet), a separate W/C and then in the conservatory there is a shower room with W.C.
In House Facilities
Central heating, linen and towels, kettle, toaster, microwave, gas hob, electric oven, washing machine, fridge/freezer, Wi-Fi, TV with free-view, radio, shower over bath, separate shower, iron and ironing board, conservatory, garden, BBQ.
There is free on street parking.
No pets permitted.
Please note that this property is available for short breaks all year round, please either enter your dates below and the system will calculate the correct price. The price quoted is for 4 guests, there is a £30.00 per person charge for all further guests up to 6.
Facilities within 400m include the beach, cycle path, bus stop, car park, Whitstable railway station, harbour, public slipway, pubs, restaurants, sailing/windsurfing club, shops.
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.
One of the main characteristics of the quaint town of Whitstable is the booming oyster business that it has all year round. Oyster harvesting started in the Roman times and is a continued pastime in the town of Whitstable, as well as providing the local bars and restaurants with fresh oysters and other seafood daily, Whitstable also celebrates the importance of oyster to their town with a festival.
Whitstable prides itself on its authentic and slightly bohemian charm which provides guests with a unique and welcoming feel you don’t always find in big cities. Close to Whitstable harbour is the famous Harbour Street which provides guests with pretty shop front, boutiques and restaurants all of which are situated in building that haven’t changed from over a hundred years.
As well as the Oyster Festival and the famous Harbour Street what is there to do in Whitstable you may wonder...but fear not, there is no lack of things to entertain and occupy your time while on your holiday. The Horsebridge Centre puts on a wide variety of events for guests to enjoy from art-house film evening to comedy nights; there is something for everyone to sink their teeth into. The beautiful Whitstable Playhouse still put on a variety of plays and other performances throughout the year, which is perfect for after dinner entertainment. If music and live bands are more your scene then you will not be disappointed as most of Whitstable’s local pubs and bars regularly host live music events such as The Old Neptune, The Duke of Cumberland and The East Kent.