The historic harbbour and seaside town of Whitstable is wideley known for its annual Oyster festival, but it has other charms too which thiThe historic harbbour and seaside town of Whitstable is wideley known for its annual Oyster festival, but it has other charms too. On this walk around the town and seafron we will visit the charming gardens of Whitstable Castle, see historic boats, hear about Whitstable's connection with sea diving, pass the former home of Peter Cushing and talk about one of Britain's earliest railways. The walk is about 3 miles in total and includes some steps Whitstable is about 1 hour 15 minute journey from St Pancras station
Venue: Whitstable Station, Old Bridge Road, Whitstable, CT5 1RB
standard: GBP 12.00 concession: GBP 9.00
AddressOld Bridge Road, Whitstable, Kent,
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Set in Whitstable, this holiday home features a garden with a barbecue. The property is 9 km from Canterbury and boasts views of the garden. The kitchen comes with an oven and a toaster.
Shingle Cottage is a holiday home with a barbecue, located in Whitstable. It provides free private parking. A dishwasher, an oven and a toaster can be found in the kitchen.
Situated in Whitstable in the Kent Region, this holiday home is 10 km from Canterbury. The unit is 30 km from Southend-on-Sea. Dover is 31 km from Ivorah, while Maidstone is 37 km away.
Squirrels Leap offers pet-friendly accommodation in Whitstable, 9 km from Canterbury and 31 km from Southend-on-Sea. The unit is 31 km from Dover. Other facilities at Squirrels Leap include a barbecue.
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