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 54 Canterbury Road, Whitstable, Kent

Cliftonville House B&B in Whitstable, Kent rated superb by Cliftonville House B&B in Whitstable, Trip Advisor certificate of excellence

  Free high speed wifi

 Tea & Coffee facilities

 En Suite

 Full English Breakfast

 Free allocated off-road parking

Welcome to Cliftonville House Bed and Breakfast...

...Located in the charming fishing town of Whitstable on the North Kent coast, close to Canterbury and near to the major port of Dover.

Our Victorian property was built in 1891 and has been in my family for over 40 years and has always provided accommodation for people over that time. In fact we have discovered it was being run as a boarding house as far back as 1901!

Take a short stroll in to Whitstable town and you will find a wide choice of cafes, bars, restaurants and art galleries. Some of our fantastic restaurants include the Michelin awarded Sportsman Pub, The Pearsons Arms, Samphires, Wheelers, the internationally renowned Oyster Restaurant, Birdies in Harbour Street and many more. The working harbour is a major attraction especially at weekends. You will find an open air cafe with live music and several art, craft and food stalls.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Sue Wells

Why Choose Us?

 Best value in Whitstable

 Literally the most delightful place

Recent Trip Advisor review


Spacious Rooms

Cliftonville House has a host of original features including stripped wooden floors throughout and high ceilings which give the rooms a wonderful sense of space and light. The house is elegantly decorated and the White Room and the Lemon Room offer very comfortable accommodation for our guests.


All Your Home Comforts

As well as tea and coffee making facilities, free hi-speed internet, each room has a seating area, flat screen TV and fridge for your relaxation. Our daily maid service ensures you are as comfortable the day you leave as the day you arrived.


Convenient Location

  • 8 minutes walk from the beach.
  • Easy 3 minutes walk to the town centre.
  • Just 7 miles from the historic city of Canterbury along the Crab and Winkle Way.