Festival - 19th October 2nd November the biggest
and most popular cultural event in the whole of Kent, lasting
two weeks and also known as the Kent's International Arts
Festival. Part of this festival includes the Artists Open House
Trails where artists show their work in their houses and
studios, on the last 3 weekends in Oct.
is justly famous for its amazing sunsets, its native oysters,
small shops and working harbour.
There are plenty of good restaurants serving fresh and locally
A thriving community of artists ensures that there are many
local galleries where their work can be both admired and
Things to do!
There are some excellent public tennis courts 100 yards away
adjacent to the beach!
Sailing and Windsurfing courses at the Whitstable Yacht Club.
Greta Thames Sailing Barge
Crab & Winkle Way - Cycle & Footpath
Or...you could stroll on the beach...relax on the beach...or
even have a barbeque in the garden!
Around the area
Whitstable is is only 60 miles east of London and 6 miles from
the historic city of Canterbury with all its attractions and
arguably the most famous cathedral in the country outside
There are a wealth of attractions in the area and around the
Kent coast. Many gardens and visitor attractions open
to the public.
Self Catering Holidays
in Whitstable Kent - Sleeps Eight - On the coast - 100 yards from the