Seafront house in the heart of Whitstable, wonderful views and handy for everything.
1 Wavecrest, Whitstable, Kent CT5 1EH 01227 281 800
With a prime location right on the beach in Whitstable, beside the tennis courts and just a short stagger from the Old Neptune pub, One Wavecrest is the ideal place from which to enjoy the town's many attractions. You're right at the heart of things here, but away from the traffic, with scintillating views across the estuary. And it's a lovely house, full of light, comfortably furnished and welcoming.
There are three bedrooms, two doubles and a twin – the master bedroom has en-suite shower and a balcony big enough for you all to enjoy a cocktail and take in the celebrated Whitstable sunset. The bay window in the comfortable living room looks out over the water – just a few steps from your front door – while the side view takes in the action on the tennis courts too. There's also a smart TV and DVD player, and a well-equipped kitchen next door. It's hard to imagine a better spot from which to appreciate Whitstable's many charms.
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Things to see & do nearby
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Whitstable Castle was never a real castle, but it's a much-loved local landmark
Between the High Street and the beach
Whitstable is full of secret alleyways, in particular running between the High Streetand the beach.
Near the Old Neptune pub
Typical Whitstable beach, rather stony, divided by groynes, and with a huge expanse of exposed mud when the tide’s out
The Crab and Winkle Way
Between Whitstable and Canterbury
Lovely walking and cycling route following the disused railway line between Canterbury and Whitstable
On the beach!
For at least a hundred years, kids have been crabbing off Whitstable beach
Whitstable Harbour Village
South Quay The Harbour Whitstable Kent CT5 1AB
The huts at the harbourside marketplace sell everything from local crafts and bread and cheese
21 Harbour Street Whitstable CT5 1AQ
A lovely local bookshop – bigger than it first appears once you start to explore
Keam’s Yard Studio Gallery
West Beach Whitstable Kent CT5 1BU
Artist Bruce Williams’ gallery and shop is a popular seafront landmark
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Two doubles and one twin, plus a cot can be added
- DVD Player
- Flatscreen TVs
- Sensational Views
From £420 for a two-night weekend off-season, to £1500 a week at the height of summer.
By car, take the M2 to junction 7, the end of the motorway, then follow the A299 straight on to Margate/Ramsgate and take the exit signed to Whitstable. At the 2nd roundabout turn left, following Whitstable signs. At the bottom of a long hill, you go under a railway bridge. Take the second left after the bridge into Nelson Road. At the bottom of Nelson Road turn left, then first right. One Wavecrest is the first house on the beach. It's a 10-minute walk from the station, straight down Railway Avenue and Cromwell Road, then right onto Oxford Street and left into Nelson Road, as above.
Available all year