Stay in Whitstable for your beach holiday in Kent
Whitstable holiday homes are a great choice for travelers looking for an authentic British seaside experience. This seaside town is perfectly located in the gorgeous county of Kent, and is also near Herne Bay. Whitstable is also part of the City of Canterbury District, so a holiday in Canterbury may also be on the cards as part of your stay in a holiday cottage in Whitstable. The beaches are naturally a main attraction. The town has a long maritime history; oysters have been harvested here for centuries and remain a local speciality. Another thing that sets this town apart as a special coastal destination is that many of the beaches have no promenade, making them exceptionally peaceful. So holiday lettings Whitstale may be a nice way to enjoy a truly tranquil beach holiday.
Tankerton Slopes, as well as Tankerton Beach are very popular among tourists. Whitstable Castle is an essential stop on any itinerary of self-catered Whitstable holiday homes holidaymakers. Aside from the impressive architecture, discover the House's intriguing history which dates back to the late eighteenth century. The Gardens are also spectacular and ready to be explored. While having an independent experience in a Whitstable holiday cottage, you'll want to find out about the town's history, and the best way to do this is a visit to the Whitstable Museum and Gallery for a quite fascinating experience chronicling how this town which has been so important in British history, has changed throughout the centuries. One of the main reasons for going for a self-catered holiday home in Whitstable is that it is more than just somewhere to put your head down at night, but more of a temporary home. However, for those looking to continue being entertained into the evening, aside from the wealth of restaurants and pubs, see what's on at the Playhouse Theatre Whitstable. You won't be short of things to do here, so whatever you do it will be a memorable holiday. There are so many other lovely towns and villages in Kent, each offering something special and unique. If you're touring The Garden of England, visit Faversham as well. This town is just twenty minutes away and gives a broader taste of what Kent's countryside has to offer.