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For Something QUIRKY and a little different  THE OYSTER LOUNGE


"The Oyster Lounge" is the perfect indoor retreat for couples, something that the weather can't spoil and only 2 minutes walk from the beach.


With 2 bedrooms it will be the ideal getaway for friends or couples to share some quality time together, and rest, relax and recharge their batteries.


A rooftop garden  accessed by the foldaway ceiling ladder

exposing the most beautiful sea views across the roof tops.

You will even catch a sunset or two.


For further information or to speak to Michelle

Tel: 07843847378 or 07739850975

Email: michelle@kentcottageholidays.com

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Tankerton is located just one mile from the Whitstable.

This First Floor Rustic Apartment offers first class self catering luxury.

 Situated in the village of Tankerton above  “The Cakery” coffee shop.

There are various shops along Tankerton Road as this is the village high street.  Tesco Express opposite with a butchers and bakers within a minutes walk.  Independent shops include curio and antique shops,  various takeaways, Pizza, Indian, Chinese and fish and chips.

There are also a couple of restaurants. About a two minute walk is the Royal pub and there is also the Marine Hotel which has a bar and restaurant overlooking Tankerton slopes and the sea.

About a five minute walk away is the town of Whitstable where there are many shops and numerous restaurants.

Weekly Breaks

    Friday 4pm – Friday 10am

    Monday 4pm – Monday 10am

Short Breaks

    Midweek: Monday 4pm – Friday 10am

    Weekend: 2 or 3 night stays

           Friday 4pm – Sunday / Monday 10am

   Late departure option available

Whitstable lies on a part of the Kent coastline that has been associated with fishing and most notably

with oysters for nearly 2,000 years. Fisherman’s huts still stand on the beach and around the working harbour

where you can purchase the local catch and sample the most famous oysters.
The Harbour, built in the 1830’s, is still a commercial port and early risers can watch the day’s catch being unloaded from the fishing boats before eating it later in the day in one of the many popular seafood restaurants
Harbour Street is lined with an array of boutiques, delicatessens, art galleries, restaurants and Peter Cushing's  Tudor Tea Rooms.

Whitstable celebrates each year in July with a Regatta on the Tankerton Slopes ,The First Saturday in August

see's the towns Carnival parade through Tankerton on into Whitstable. The Whitstable Oyster Festival is held annually

Whitstable has been named the country's best 'gastro beach' by an up-market magazine which says the East Kent town is the top seaside spot for foodies, alive with theatre goers, film buffs and those enjoying a relaxing drink...