About this listing
Bookings 2 night only. Lovely seaside house, 2 minutes from beach and high street, very central. .
Highlights - Literary Fest 8 -11 May, Biennale 31 May-15 June, Oyster Festival 26 July- 1Aug 2014.
I have two rooms but calendar only shows one, so contact me even if I appear booked. The price is for each room with two people is £54.
Comfortable, rooms to let in coastal home with the sea at one end of the road and high street at the other, couldn't be more central if we tried. We have two double bedrooms to let, one with two single beds, the other with double bed. Use of sunny kitchen/diner for breakfast,shared bathroom and country garden. Internet access and on street parking.
I only take people for two nights.
Whitstable is a small seaside town just 60 mins by car from central London (1hr 40 mins by train) and 15 minutes from Canterbury Catherdral and 40 mins from Dover
It's oysters and local fish brought in daily to the Harbour, wonderful variety of restaurants & cafe's looking out to sea and live music in local pubs. It's in a conservation area with rows of fishermans cottages and olde world 'prize-winning' high street. Lots of artists and musicians have moved here for its laid back lifestyle.
We love to meet new people, tell them all about our lovely town and help them feel comfortable. just like at home.
Breakfast is continental style.
Over 25 year olds only.
Bedroom, bathroom and kitchen for breakfast.
Kettle and refreshments in room
Interaction with Guests
I leave guests to do their own thing, but happy to share knowledge of Whitstable and surrounding areas. Usually have a catch up over breakfast.
Beautiful Whitstable. Sleepy, friendly town with lots of live music and artistic people. My local pub is on the beach, what could be better and the high street is mostly individual retailers and lots of trendy little designer shops.
Whitstable is small but easily accessible by bus and train.
Other Things to Note
I have a dog and cat who are both very friendly. So sorry, if animals are not your thing....
A quiet house, so no party people..
Smoking in garden but not in bedrooms
Help yourself to breakfast when I'm not around - supplied
Deborah was a very friendly and gracious host. The room was clean and there was plenty of space; not to mention very comfortable. I was also impressed with the delicious and welcome breakfast. I would gladly recommend a stay in Whitstable at Deborah's B&B!
I loved staying at Deborah's cozy and
Very comfortable house, which is in a super position both close to the station and the beach.
Deborah's breakfast of fresh fruit salad and croissants set me up nicely for the day and i wanted to adopt Ted, the gorgeous labradoodle straight away... All together it was a wonderful experience and I 'll be back as soon as I can!
Thank you very much Deborah for looking after my friend and family during Oyster week! They had such a lovely stay. Mariano
Deborah was a wonderful friendly and relaxed host. We felt at home in her lovely house near the sea. Our room overlooked the garden with a very comfortable bed; Deborah provided a great breakfast with good coffee, fresh fruit and croissants.
Our first air bnb booking so we were a little unsure what to expect. Have no hesitation in recommending both air bnb and a stay at Deborahs.
We enjoyed our stay in Whistable - many thanks to Deborah and her adorable dog Ted.
I love staying at Deborah's peaceful seaside home. I will miss her big bath tube and wonderful breakfast. Thank you, Deborah for always making me feel at home. Laughter, Michele
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About the Host, Deborah
A semi retired psychotherapist, still working part-time from home, in Whitstable.
I grew up in South East London, married and have a grown up daughter, who still lives in London, with her partner but spends many weekends in Whitstable.
I am very community minded and try to support local campaigns.
I like people, or all kinds, of different class and culture and enjoy listening to stories.
I enjoy the arts, music (live), historic buildings and a pint on the beach in our local Neptune Pub