Beautiful, self contained studio apartment has everything you need with buckets of seaside charm.
En suite shower room, mini kitchen, supercomfy bed, and a light, airy feel. Overlooking beachcombers pebble garden.
Free on street parking.
5 minutes from station/beach.
LGBTQ and straight friendly.
Sorry , no children or pets.
This light and airy self contained flat is very private. Perfect for a relaxing time in a quiet neighbourhood.
With a roomy shower and conveniently compact kitchenette, tv and comfy bed this has all you need for a free and easy, self catering holiday or short break.
Opening onto the unique pebble garden with seating for drinks outside and private side entrance.
Guests are welcome to explore the garden and relax with a drink...
Private flat, shower room, pebble garden, deck, side access. Outdoor seating and table.
Interaction with guests
As often as guests require. At least twice, per night stay.
We are on site should you need help or information, otherwise, we ll leave you in peace.
Other things to note
We have a friendly cat called Gordon, whose job it is to make you feel welcome.
He does this very well .... when he s awake.
Check in after 3 pm.
Check out 10.30 am.
Guests are requested not to burn candles in the garden flat.
Please inform us if you expect to arrive later than 3pm, we will always try to accommodate.
Bath towels are provided.
Beach towels are not provided.
Guests are respectfully asked to shower before retiring, if they have used sun cream or self tanning products,to help keep our white linens white !
Sorry, no children or pets.
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Philip has lived in Whitstable for 6 years, having relocated from San Francisco / LA. He is a well-respected black and white photographer with a passion for food and pebbles.
Janet has lived in Whitstable for 10 years and is a fine artist and art teacher. We have been married for 5 years and love Whitstable, oysters and lifestyle (art, nature, sea, light, family, food etc.). We spend time together (gently) cycling in the local area as well as visiting family and friends in London, when not spending time on the beach and rummaging in the great local junk shops and boot fairs for treasures.