Modern mews conversion in a grade II listed building, the Cottage has parking and is moments from the beach and harbour. Set on a small private road opposite Wheeler's Oyster Bar at the junction of the High Street and Harbour Street, it is well equipped.
The cottage is full of character with the feel of a beach hut and mews, and is tastefully equipped with reference to the sea and local history. The horses once housed here pulled the town's first fire engine purchased in 1867. It can be seen in the Whitstable Museum, a little way up the high street, and there are old pictures of the building in the Whitstable history books upstairs.
In House Facilities
Central heating, hot water on-demand, linen & towels, powerful shower over bath, extra WC downstairs, ironing facilities, hairdryer, washer/dryer, toaster, coffee maker, kettle, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, electric oven, gas hob, picnic crockery and flask, DAB radio, DAB radio alarms, DVD player, TV screen with integrated DVD in main bedroom, Hi-fi with CD player and cable for i-pod/MP3 players, large collection of DVDs and CDs, books, X-Box 360 with games and four controllers, toys, Clavinova piano, Wi-fi, Free-Sat HD TV and BBC i-player, private parking for 1 car.
Facilities within 300m include restaurants, museum, galleries, pubs, shops, baker, butcher, greengrocers, general store, beach, bus stop, harbour, sailing/windsurfing club.