Watching the waves from bed? Yes, please. This dreamy cottage (which sleeps six) is right on the edge of Whitstable Beach, near The Old Neptune pub which is both a great pub, and somewhere that will let you enjoy a pint on them seaside pebbles. Inside, Tides Cottage makes the most of the coastal light, and the rustic and soft interior make the place the perfect place to warm up after a swim.
We all like to be beside the seaside and, to let you in on a secret, Whitstable in Kent is one of the best places to experience it. Yeah you're familiar with the famous anual oyster festival, but beyond that there's plenty reason to visit Whitstable year-round. From the pretty pastel-painted high street, independent art galleries, and delicious seafood spots to the (how haven't we mentioned it yet) pebbled beaches and next-level fish and chips. Ready to visit? Course! We've got the best of the best right here for you. Light-filled cottages, cosy rentals, sea air, in the heart of Whitstable, it's all available to book on Airbnb.
This cream of the crop are within easy reach of the beach, and some even have sea views.
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