This fishing and harbour town, immersed in tradition and character, attracts visitors from far and wide – no one it seems, can resist the hybrid of old and new, where uneven roofs and cobbled streets meet contemporary art galleries and off-the-cuff boutiques.
Experience it all for yourself. Take in the pebbled beaches, wooden clad houses, fish markets and castle, before settling on a bite to eat at our place.
Hotels and Guesthouses
If you are looking to visit Whistable’s stunning coast and explore its historic, yet avant-garde streets, there are a plethora of hotels and guest houses from the quaint to the comfortable.
www.whitstableselfcatering.com provides visitors looking for a short getaway with a selection of self catering cottages located in and around Whitstable.
Whilst we do not endorse a particular hotel/guest house, our own recommendations for newcomers to the area are The Hotel Continental and Copeland House.
Some dates for the diary…
The Whitstable Oyster Festival – TBC
The Oyster Festival is one of the busiest times of the year in Whitstable – a huge celebration of the town’s heritage, with origins in Norman-era traditions. There will be live music, oyster eating competitions and much more. A brilliant time to visit Whitstable. Find out more here.
Whitstable Regatta -TBC
This is the year of the 223rd Whitstable Regatta – making it likely one of the oldest regattas in the world. If you’d like to spectate or even get involved on the water yourself, have a look at their website here.