Come and relax in our cosy, quiet & peaceful Boathouse. Just a few steps to the beach at the front or the RSPB nature reserve at the back.
房源空間 The Boathouse is situated in Seasalter Whitstable. It is set within the grounds of Driftwood Beach House B&B with the beach just a stone's throw at the front, and the Alberta RSPB nature reserve to the rear.
This is the perfect home to bring your family, friends, or loved one to enjoy the stunning seaside views. Walk along the beach to Whitstable Town Center, home to restaurants, pubs and charming boutiques alike. We're also a short walk down the beach to The Sportsman - UK Restaurant Of The Year 2 years running!
We have taken a great deal of time to make the Boathouse a truly unique and memorable home to stay in for all of our guests.
The ground floor comprises large shower/wet room crafted using up-cycled materials, including Welsh slate and marble. The bathroom window came from a church house in Canterbury, and is believed to be over two hundred years old!
Also on the ground floor is the spacious fully fitted kitchen, with everything you'll need whether staying two nights or two weeks. Access the first floor via the spiral staircase which came from a penthouse in east London's Docklands. Up on the first floor is the open plan living /dining /sleeping space, with sea views out of every window, and the oak wooden flooring throughout the space came from Selfridges in Oxford street London.
The room is divided into the living area, which has a large corner sofa bed, coffee table and smart TV, benefiting from fibre optic broadband and the dining area, with vintage Ercol dining table and sideboard, and sleeping area with king size bed and two sleeping pods set into the eves of the roof, that are accessed by ladders. Suitable for older children and adults.
Step out onto private decked area with dining table and loungers and enjoy views over the RSPB nature reserve and the sea.
Seasalter, is situated just down the beach from Whitstable town centre. Its very wild, being situated between the RSPB nature reserve and the sea, and has a charm all of its own, with lots of quirky beach chalets along the shoreline. There are two local pubs, The Sportsman, a Michelin restaurant and restaurant of the year for the last two years and the oyster Pearl, pub/restaurant Seasalter is a site of scientific interest, and is great for bird watchers and wild life enthusiasts. From our window we see kestrels, owls, herons pheasants and many sea birds. If you want to take in all Whitstable has to offer, its a 5 minute drive or a 40 minute leisurely walk along the beach. There is also a bus stop just round the corner. Whitstable boasts lots of great restaurants, cafes pubs and shops, it has a small theater and a great cultural center The Horsbridge, where you can see great art exhibitions, films, comedy, and a host of other shows. There are also numerous great festivals too, from the Oyster fest (July 21st - 23rd) WhitLit - Whitstable literary festival (11 - 15th May) and Biennale film festival (4th - 12th June) plus many more.