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Address: Beach Walk, Whitstable, CT5 2BP

Hotel Description

Just across the road from the beach, Hotel Continental offers well-appointed rooms around 10 minutes’ walk from Whitstable’s characterful town centre. With its own bar and bistro restaurant overlooking the Thames Estuary, this hotel provides free parking and Wi-Fi. Each guest room has a flat-screen TV with DVD player, wardrobe, desk and tea and coffee facilities, and some have sea views. All have an en suite bathroom with bath or shower, hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. A full English breakfast is served each morning. The bistro restaurant offers a continental-style menu with seafood specialities including Whitstable’s famous oysters, plus steaks, fish and homemade desserts. Locally brewed beers, coffee and fine wines are served in the bar. Hotel Continental is a 3-minute drive from Whitstable Train Station, with direct services to London and resorts on the east Kent coast. Whitstable is just 8 miles from Canterbury Cathedral, found in the centre of this historic city. The Eurostar terminal at Ashford International is 35-40 minutes’ drive from the hotel.

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Chestfield Golf Club - Whitstable - Golf

Chestfield Golf Club - Whitstable - Golf

Distance 1.81 miles (2.9 km)
Welcome to Chestfield Golf Club. We are located close to Whitstable, a very old but newly fashionable town, famous for the quality of its oysters and seafood. Not only does our Clubhouse date back to before the dawn of the 15th Century, but it is believed to be the oldest building in the world in use as a Golf Clubhouse. It was originally part of the Chestfield Manor, which was recorded in the Domesday Book. Today, the Clubhouse, with its wealth of exposed timbers and its atmosphere of history, still offers a warm welcome to all who visit. A tastefully restored lounge bar, a small but cosy Spike bar and a first-floor restaurant, help to make this a most memorable 19th hole. From April to September, we offer a lunch and dinner menu of both hot and cold food, whilst outside of this period bars meals are available. To accompany your meal we also have a comprehensive wine list. Our first-floor restaurant offers quality meals at competitive prices.




Canterbury Centre - Town Centre

Canterbury Centre - Town Centre

Distance 6.27 miles (10.02 km)
Canterbury Cathedral dominates the narrow streets and ancient buildings of Canterbury. Parts of the city are still enclosed by the medieval city walls which remain along with the castle keep. Settlement here predates the Roman invasion. One of the sights of Canterbury is the well-preserved Roman pavement in the longmarket shopping precinct. The most famous historical event which took place here was the murder of Thomas Beckett in 1170 by the knights of Henry II. Beckett's shrine was destroyed during the reign of Henry VIII but many tombs still remain such as those of Edward the Black Prince and Henry IV. Other places to see include St Martin's Church said to be the oldest church in England and St Augustine's Abbey.

Canterbury Christ Church University - Canterbury Campus - University

Canterbury Christ Church University - Canterbury Campus - University

Distance 6.36 miles (10.17 km)
The Canterbury Christ Church University was established in 1962 and has around 15,000 students. The University is located at Kent, United Kingdom and operates out of seven campuses. University is divided into five faculties which are the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Faculty of Business and Management, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Health and Social Care and Faculty of Social and Applied Sciences. Programs are offered in the fields of art, English and language studies, history and American studies, media, music, theology and religious studies, business and management.