'I think it has something to do with being British. We don't take ourselves as seriously as some other countries do.' These wise words were said by the British actress, author and columnist Joan Collins.
The Lovely City of Harbor Streets
Whitstable is a seaside town in south east England. It is famous for holding a Whitstable Oyster Festival as oyster is one of the most popular and representative dish of the town. It is said that oysters have been collected in the area of Whitstable since the Roman times. In addition to this, Whitstable is also one of the famous English towns because of the railway history. One of the earliest passenger railway services were opened in 1830 and only two years after, the same company opened a Whitstable harbor so that the visitors from London could reach the town without any problem. Today hundreds of tourists come to this city by their own cars, buses and plains, so if you are interested in knowing more about the British capital of oysters just go ahead and read a short menu of the most popular hotels in Whitstable. You will be able to find some really cheap Whitstable hotels at this list, but also some more expensive ones, with more classy rooms and a worldwide known quality.
Affordable Accommodation in Whitstable
Starting with some cheap hotels in Whitstable, we should definitely say that these hotels could be attractive for those who are seeking for some local budget treatment. Almost all of these cheap hotels are owned by local families for decades, so you should really feel that local spirit while on your stay there. We recommend you to go along and read more about these hotels in Whitstable: Hillview, Travelodge Canterbury Whitstable or Westgrange House B&B.
Some Royal Hotel Treatment at Whitstable
But in case you are not in the mood for searching something cheap, and a budget holiday is not on your plan while visiting the British oyster capital, these Whitstable hotels should really be attractive for you: the Marine Hotel, Crescent Turner Hotel or Hotel Continental. Some of these hotels in Whitstable are said to welcome even some famous celebrities and royal. So if you are one of those who are searching for a real royal vacation treatment, just go and book a room in one of these hotels.
Attractions and Other Landmarks
So, what else can you do despite eating delicious oysters in some great Whitstable restaurants? Well, don't miss a chance to see Whitstable Town Center, Whitstable Harbor and Tankerton Slopes. But if you are a fan of Arts, you should definitely go and check The Horsebridge Arts and Community Centre, Playhouse Theater Whitstable, Whitstable Museum and Gallery, Chappell Contemporary or Fishlab Gallery. You can also order a boat tour around the nearby beach of Whitstable. By doing this you should get a different perspective of the town than just walking on the ground or in the main and beautiful streets of this British town.