I have always liked the beach huts that many of our seaside towns have on the beach, many now are painted various bright colours. I would turn one into a “she shed” writing hideaway, oh the many possibilities, I can feel a Pinterest board coming on. I would of course paint mine pink, I could sit and look out to sea for many hours as I feel the inspiration just flows there, in fact I am getting ideas just from thinking about it.
Stopping at The Seaview Cafe for a coffee where the views are amazing, what a busy little cafe and the food is great with prices very reasonable. Whitstable is very quant with many small speciality shops which can be very expensive but you would have a one of purchase. Along by the harbour there are many pop-up shops selling a wide variety of goods, many hand-made. The paintings by the local artists are amazing with many designs to suit all tastes.
I absolutely love the old fisherman huts that they have converted into wonderful little places for people to stay when visiting, again you look out onto the sea and many have balconies or they are almost on the beach. They blend in with the many cottages scattered along the front that look like little dolls houses as so old and small. The cottage gardens are exquisite and I will put a couple of ideas into my own garden that I have seen. Whitstable has many varied bars, pubs and restaurants to choose from so you are a bit spoilt for choice. The oyster bars appear to be everywhere round by the harbour but I am sure they would all be good as they are caught locally. I can feel a night in a hut coming on with a good meal and a couple of cocktails followed by a glass of wine on your balcony gazing out to sea.
Whitstable is well worth a visit as there really is something for everyone, I am already looking forward to going back again.