Whitstable is a popular seaside town on the north east coast of Kent. Asides from boasting an array of attractions, it also features great transport links to surrounding towns including Herne Bay and Canterbury. Famed for it’s fine eateries, fish and chips and oysters, it’s a prevalent destination for foodies. When you stay at one of our Whitstable hotels, you’ll have access to a number of cultural establishments, including art galleries, museums, and the popular Whitstable Castle and gardens with events throughout all the year. 

Whitstable bay
Select a hotel
1 to 9 of 9 Hotels
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Book hotels in Whitstable

Book one of our hotels in Whitstable and you’ll be able to explore a variety of landmarks including the famous Whitstable secret alleys. An historic network of alleyways that date back from the late 1700s and still retain the rich cultural history and identity of the town. Whitstable Castle is a must-visit if you’re looking for a cultural escape. Situated under ten miles from our Canterbury Dunkirk hotel, it has recently undergone a £3 million refurbishment and is certainly worth checking out. Tankerton Slopes sit just outside of Whitstable and is a popular tourist spot for those looking to get the best views along the coastline. It’s here you’ll find an assortment of brightly coloured beach huts and an idyllic bay. 

Things to do in Whitstable

If you’re looking for a classic British seaside resort, you’ve certainly come to the right place. West Beach, a family-friendly beach is a must-visit when staying at one of our Whitstable hotels, also a great spot for a swim or a picnic on a sunny day. The Horsebridge Arts and Community Centre is another popular attraction and one that boasts a busy calendar of events, including music, face painting, dance, calligraphy and martial arts. It’s a great place to take the children, especially as there are a number of classes for them to partake in, all running at various times throughout the week.