This very well-presented ground floor apartment, formerly a shop, is situated in the popular conservation area of Whitstable.
Lovingly converted, this apartment offers first-class holiday accommodation for couples looking to explore this historic town.
With character features including sash windows and wooden shutters, the spacious open plan living area has a well-equipped kitchen, including a breakfast bar for two, and a comfortable sitting area with the added convenience of a sofa that converts into a double bed.
The bathroom is also well-appointed and modern.
The double bedroom is beautifully-appointed with feature wardrobes and plenty of space for all your holiday essentials.
Step outside and you are a short stroll away from quaint shops, numerous restaurants with something to suit everyone’s taste, as well as a very nice traditional pub where you can enjoy an evening drink.
Amble down to the harbour’s edge where the local restaurants serve up the local catch of the day, or try your hand at the many forms of watersports on offer including sailing and windsurfing.
Whatever you choose to do this charming property will be waiting for you on your return.
All ground floor. One king-size double bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen with breakfast bar (seats 2), dining area and sitting area with sofa bed.
About the location
Herne Bay 5 miles; Canterbury 7 miles.
The lively town of Whitstable, which is known as the “Pearl of Kent”, dates back to before the Domesday Book. Its seaside location makes it ideal for watersports all year round, and its fishing heritage is reflected by the Oyster Festival, which takes place every July. The buzzing local museum/art gallery introduces around six new exhibitions each year, and has a fabulous coffee shop. Whitstable Castle dates back to the 1790’s, and hosts events all year round including a big May Day celebration with contributions from local musicians and artists. The town is home to a small, independent brewery, and any need for retail therapy will easily be satisfied by the range of both national stores and charming small, independent shops. Whitstable is also home to The Pearsons Arm, a gastropub owner by celebrity chef Richard Phillips and nearby in Seasalter is the Michelin star-awarded gastropub, The Sportsman which is also well worth a visit. The city of Canterbury, with its fine 6th century cathedral is just 7 miles away; also nearby is Herne Bay, from where on a clear day you can see as far as Southend and the Isle of Sheppey.