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This stylish Whistable holiday cottage has fabulous sea views and is situated in the historic heart of this Kentish seaside town. Cushing's Walk was named after the film actor Peter Cushing who enjoyed the views from this part of Whitstable.
This property, which is ideal for families or friends getting together, has been lovingly decorated with art such as an original painting by the highly regarded artist Ellen (Kuhn) Charap and signed prints by Mary Fedden. There is convenient parking and good local amenities . It is an ideal base from which to enjoy the famous sea food of Whitstable, explore the Kent coast or just sit back and relax in front of those views.
This Kent holiday cottage accommodation is on three floors, offering a spacious, well appointed and stylish interior. On the ground floor there is a hallway leading to a spacious living kitchen dining space with French doors opening out on to the courtyard garden, with the sea just yards beyond to the rear of the property. Upstairs there are two large bedrooms, one with sea views and the family bathroom. Further up the stairs is the master suite with a king sized bed, a sitting area with far reaching sea views and a contemporary en-suite shower room.
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see location on Google maps. Map reference: TR 105666 Lat: 51.35945 Long: 1.02214
From the M25 follow the M2/A2. At junction 7 of the M2 the road splits into two, get into the right hand lane which becomes the A229 (the Thanet Way). Exit on the turnoff marked Whitstable. Go straight across the first roundabout, go past the Premier Inn, on the next roundabout turn left (sign posted Whitstable) into Borstall Hill. follow this road down into Whitstable town centre, you will go under a railway bridge and straight across a roundabout. Once you have gone over the roundabout take the second turn on the left which is called Middle Wall. At the end of Middle Wall, turn left then immediately right into Keam's Yard.