Visit Whitstable and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Whitstable, Kent, a seaside resort on Kent's north shore, long renowned for its oysters. The beach is shingle and there are the usual seaside amenities and entertainments.
The Urban District Council offices are in a pretentious, creneliated building known as The Castle. The tower, of brick, is l5th-century and was originally used as a look-out post to keep watch for invaders. The rest of the castle is pseudo, built in the middle of the last century. The Castle is set in parkland that is open to the public.
Whitstable is a popular yachting centre, and there are three clubs offering first-class facilities to visiting yachtsmen.
A feature of the shoreline is a finger of land jutting out about 1½ miles into the sea, affording an unusual and pleasant promenade at low tide.
Nearby cities: Canterbury
Nearby towns: Broadstairs, Herne Bay, Margate, Ramsgate
Nearby villages: Badlesmere, Bekesbourne, Beltinge, Blean, Boughton Street, Bridge, Chartham, Chestfield, Chilham, Chillenden, Chislet, East Stourmouth, Eastchurch, Eastling, Elmstone, Faversham, Fordwich, Goodnestone, Graveney, Grove Ferry, Hackington, Harbledown, Herne, Hernehill, Hoath, Leaveland, Leysdown, Littlebourne, Lower Hardres, Luddenham, Molash, Oare, Ospringe, Petham, Reculver, Sarre, Seasalter, Selling, St. Nicholas at Wade, Stalisfield, Staple, Sturry, Swalecliffe, Teynham, Thannington, West Stourmouth, Wingham
Have you decided to visit Whitstable or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Whitstable bed and breakfast (a Whitstable B&B or Whitstable b and b)
- a Whitstable guesthouse
- a Whitstable hotel (or motel)
- a Whitstable self-catering establishment, or
- other Whitstable accommodation