Glamping in Whitstable

Glamping in Whitstable

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Highlights in Whitstable

  • Gorgeous beaches
  • Legendary cathedrals
  • Nature Reserves
  • Water sports
  • Art galleries
  • Oyster feast

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Glamping in Whitstable

An unforgettable seaside gem

For travellers looking to getaway and enjoy deep peace and RnR, Whitstable could feel like a second home and is a strong contender for Britain’s greatest seaside town. Located on the north coast of Kent, this coastal village is more than a destination. Not to mention its reputation for sublime oysters. The area is home to a proud art community as well as bright pastel boutiques, pubs and cafés that will have you enchanted, and your troubles forgotten as soon as you enter. The surrounding area offers Roman ruins and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty to explore.

Exclusive glamping for everyone

Picture an outdoor holiday in style and comfort. That’s exactly what you’ll find with glamping in Whitstable. Classy gardens and luxury rooms will take your excursion to the next level while unparalleled nature views ensure that you get the most bang for your buck. Most of the glamping can be found less than 2 km from Whitstable centre, granting easy access to all the trending events. Any traveller will find the ultimate glamping experience with these listings!

Travellers and activities

Whitstable for leisure travellers

Whitable is the leisure traveller’s go-to destination. Well known for the annual Oyster Festival, it is also a port city and Islington-on-Sea, with golden sandy beaches. This is the place to indulge in super fresh fish-n-chips, and the ultimate oyster bars. Old Neptune is the centuries old beachside tavern featuring awesome sunsets, regional ales, lagers, and wines to be paired with traditional home-cooked dishes. Whereas The Lobster Shack specializes in Whitstable oysters, fresh Lobster, and awesome seafood paired with local Whitstable Oyster Stout and wines. Support local artists at The Fishslab Gallery and explore village shops brimming with unique items.

Whitstable for nature enthusiasts

If you love nature, Whitstable is a great basecamp surrounded by a variety of ecosystems. Oare Marshes Nature Reserve consists of freshwater dykes and saltmarsh with circular footpaths perfect for observing wetland birds and wildlife. Blean Woods Nature Reserve is a sprawling ancient forest filled with oak and a plethora of songbirds including the legendary nightingale and rare insects to film along the trails. A special treat for hikers is the Kent Downs AONB, extending from Dover’s white cliffs to Surrey. It’s ancient bluebell woodlands and chalk coastline boast the ultimate photo ops with refreshing ragstone villages along the way.

Worcestershire for water lovers

Whitstable is nestled along the coast offering a variety of exciting water adventures. Sailing Oyster Coast Watersports rents out kayaks, stand up paddle boards, boats and more for you to explore the waterways. Sailing programmes are also popular for tourists on a day out. You’ll enjoy expert training for operating the sailboats with your kids along this secluded bay area. If fishing is your thing, there are a bounty of fish hidden beneath the waves. Sea bass, mackerel, Dover sole, dogfish and many more are common catches that are amazing on a grill with real ale or local wine.

Whitstable has had enticing Native Oysters since 80 AD and is home to the new Whitstable TV Show.

Top 7 travel tips in Whitstable

1. Sunbathe at Whitstable beaches

Whitstable Beach is loaded with boutique shops, art galleries and food including oysters and fish-n-chips. Water sports like windsurfing, sailing, and paddle boarding are popular here. Tankerton Slopes feature excellent vistas including ‘The Street’ a famous strip of land in the sea accessible at low tide. You’ll see cannons leftover from the coastal defence days with benches to relax and watch the ships go by.

2. Indulge in sublime oysters

Enjoy the delicacy that dates to 80AD. Oysters are a legendary aphrodisiac and can be had by the bucketful in Whitstable. The annual oyster festival in August is a must but any month ending with an ‘r’ is a good time too. Suggested venues include Whitstable Oyster Fishery, Wheelers’ Oyster Bar, The Forge and more.

3. Admire castles and gardens

Whitstable Castle, or 18th century Tankerton Towers, was originally a country manor. Today it has restored gardens holding unique plants from the original owner’s world-wide travels. The lower terrace and tea gardens offer awe-inspiring views of the Thames Estuary along with its exhilarating seabreezes and are worthy of a leisurely stroll to take in the beauty and fragrance of its lush herbaceous plants.

4. Hang out for a day in Canterbury

This iconic historical city is best seen on a walking tour. Enter through the Westgate fortifications and explore the two towers museum with stories spanning centuries. Loaded with half-timber houses, landmark statues like Chaucer and the glorious spires of Canterbury Cathedral peaking between architectural wonders, you’ll be spurred along on an enchanting journey.

5. Explore Herne Bay

Herne Bay Clock Tower landmark, built in 1894, will greet you in the city centre. Wimereux Square boasts authentic old-world products, interaction with craftsmen, and seasonal produce. Herne Bay has its own pebble beach and Bishopstone Cliffs nature reserve. And Memorial Park is a well-maintained recreation area complete with duck pond.

6. See an ancient Roman fort

Visit the Reculver Towers along the sea for a leisurely stroll and you’ll see why it’s a SSSI protected area. In AD 43 the Romans conquered Britain and a fort was built in 200 AD with two towers and four gates. This is a wonderful hike along the sea for its rare plants, stunning vistas, and interesting history.

7. Hit the local greens

Chesterfield Golf Course has 18 challenging holes with stunning English countryside landscapes. They feature an historical clubhouse building, thought to be the oldest in England, with an extensive menu covering breakfast through dinner while the bar accommodates golfers for socialising and victory celebrations surrounded by spectacular views of the 18th green and fairway.

Information about glampings in Whitstable

🏡 Glampings available: 1 properties.
💳 Discount available: up to -56%.
🌙 Minimum price per night: from £27.
⭐ Most popular amenities: garden, Wi-Fi and fireplace.
📶 For workation: 100% of the properties.

FAQs: Glamping in Whitstable

Which facilities are offered at the glamping sites in Whitstable?

Out of all of the services available on Holidu, it seems that the glamping sites in Whitstable offer everything that tourists desire! Here, glamping sites generally have a variety of facilities, the most popular being: garden (100%), Wi-Fi (100%), and barbecue (50%)... Tempted?

How are the glamping sites usually rated in Whitstable?

The glamping sites here have a lot of positive reviews from guests. 50% of the glamping sites in Whitstable have excellent reviews and an average rating of 4.5 stars!

Are the glamping sites in Whitstable suitable for travellers and their pets?

For sure! In Whitstable, 50% of the glamping sites accept them, and 100% even have a garden!

Do the glamping sites in Whitstable often come with an internet connection?

Certainly! According to the data collected last year, 100% of glamping sites in Whitstable have an internet connection. You will be able to browse the internet at any time!

How much does it usually cost for glamping sites in Whitstable?

A high percentage of glamping sites in Whitstable (100%) in general cost less than £100 per night. This is the perfect destination for booking a budget-friendly glamping!

Are the glamping sites in Whitstable suitable for holidays in big groups or better for a weekend break as a small group?

Here, according to the information gathered last year, 50% of glamping sites accept up to eight guests, and 50% of these glamping sites have at least four bedrooms. But 100% of glamping sites also have facilities for groups of up to four guests, and 100% of the glamping sites have at least two separate bedrooms. This is, therefore, the perfect destination for large and small families!

Are the glamping sites in Whitstable a good option for a luxurious holiday?

Sure! The glamping sites in Whitstable are ideal for spending a few days on holiday. However, if you are looking for unique accommodation, we advise you not to wait too long to book, as availability may be limited. Out of all accommodations in Whitstable, 0% have a pool, 100% have a garden but none have a sauna. Also, if you are looking for space, 100% of the glamping sites can accommodate big groups, and 100% have green spots in the vicinity.

If you want to travel to Whitstable, what is the best time of the year?

The facilities found at the glamping sites in Whitstable demonstrate that it is a holiday destination that can adapt to all types of tourists and times of the year. This is because there are very varied options, with all the characteristics one can imagine. Therefore, you will be able to enjoy Whitstable in comfort all year round.

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