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As one of the most historic sailing vessels on the Kent coast, S.B GRETA, spends the summer months chartering from the South Quay, Whitstable Harbour, around the Maunsell Forts, Wind Farm, taking in views of Herne Bay & Whitstable coastline
Mill Lane, Herne Bay, CT6 7DR, Tel: 01227 687487, www.herne-mill.btik.com
Herne Mill is a Kentish Smock Mill dating from 1789. It is Grade 1 listed, is owned by Kent County Council and cared for by the volunteers of the Friends of Herne Mill.
29ab St. Margarets Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2TG, Tel: 01227 478999, www.cjs-canterbury.co.uk
Family run baguette shop serving 49 different fillings in freshly baked bread. Organic coffees, gluten, dairy free soups, hot roast dinner baguettes.
Stour Street, Canterbury, CT1 2NR, Tel: 01227 766266, www.abodecanterbury.co.uk/
The Old Brewery Tavern may look back to historical antecedents, but it is wholly contemporary in design, outlook, approach and style.
There are 48 coach parking paces at the Canterbury Coach Park which is currently situated in Kingsmead Road. This park replaces the old site at Kingsmead and provides a short and pleasant riverside walk to the City centre.
12 William Street, Herne Bay, CT6 5EJ, Tel: 01227 367368, www.theseasidemuseumhernebay.org/
This coastal museum features the story of the Victorian seaside resort of Herne Bay and its surrounding area, with exciting finds from nearby Reculver Roman Fort.
Speciality: Traditional Moroccan Tagines/ Couscous Dishes/ Speciality Chargrills/ Authentic Desserts
Arabian food is some of the most sensual in the world. The food exudes rich flavours and it appeals directly and unashamedly to the senses of smell, sight and taste.
The Aspinall Foundation's Howletts Wild Animal Park in Kent is a great day out for groups of all sizes where education, conservation and fun combine. Set in over 100 acres of beautiful ancient parkland.
Island Wall, Whitstable, CT5 1EP, www.favourite.org.uk
This oyster yawl, which is also known as a smack, was built in 1890 by the Whitstable Shipping company and worked until 1944. She can now be viewed between the seawall and Island Wall, about 200m east of the Neptune pub.
Harbour, Whitstable, CT5 1AB, Tel: 01227 862162, Email
Touchscreen information point.
Set in 14 acres with walled garden, arboretums, woodland and formal area. Awarded 2 stars in The Good Garden Guide. Visit our tearoom for delicious homemade cakes and light lunches made with garden produce.
If you're in search of great food in Whitstable, head along the coast to The Marine Hotel and savour a rich and varied selection of high quality dishes. Snacks and meals can be enjoyed in the bar and lounge.