This was our third stay at no 17 during what has become an annual pilgrimage to Whitstable each May bank holiday. The perfectly situated cottage is indeed a tardis, with a lovely open plan kitchen/dining/seating area in which we spent the majority of our time. We made good use of the courtyard garden which is a wonderful suntrap for brunch/lunch. It is perfectly kitted out with enough items to cook up a a feast and lay a stunning looking table. It is well furnished with a real charm & filled with lots of eclectic items. The beds are comfortable and the shower is a lovely pressure (all important things in a good rental!) We welcomed the addition of the blinds in the top room and were overjoyed at the Nespresso machine!! (bring along your own pods).
Matt is a pleasure to deal with and has always been beyond gracious and helpful prior, during and after each stay - many thanks
n.b Try to limit your vehicles as parking is possible but tricky if you don't want to pay - be prepared to park up the road a little.
Samphire is a must as is the windy corner cafe and do spend a fortune in the cheese shop because there is just no avoiding it in our opinion!!More