Why Seasalter Holiday Estate?

Escape to Seasalter Holiday Estate: Your Serene Haven Awaits! 

Are you yearning for a slice of paradise amidst the tranquil beauty of Kent and Greater London? Look no further than Seasalter Holiday Estate, where your dream of owning a static caravan or lodge becomes a reality.

 Indulge in the allure of this picturesque village, nestled near the charming coastal town of Whitstable. Seasalter Holiday Estate is your sanctuary, a haven away from the chaos of everyday life. Immerse yourself in the serene ambience and rediscover the true meaning of relaxation.

Picture yourself in your very own holiday home, a place to unwind, recharge and create unforgettable memories with your loved ones. We offer a remarkable selection of static caravans and lodges meticulously designed to meet your desires. Whether you seek a cosy retreat for intimate getaways or a spacious abode for family vacations, we have the perfect match for you.

But that's not all—Seasalter Holiday Estate unveils a treasure trove of amenities to enhance your experience. Our well-stocked on-site shop caters to your everyday needs, sparing you from venturing far for essentials. Enjoy a tantalizing culinary journey at our exquisite dog and wheelchair-friendly café, where delightful dishes are savoured amidst the splendid outdoor decking area. The stunning views will captivate your senses as you revel in moments of pure bliss. 

For your convenience, our modern launderette transcends expectations. With card payment facilities and a user-friendly app that notifies you when your laundry is complete, managing chores becomes effortless, leaving you with more time to savour the pleasures of your holiday home.

 Imagine the possibilities that await you. A tranquil haven to escape the ordinary, a retreat to recharge your spirit. Don't delay your journey to serenity any longer. Visit us at Seasalter Holiday Estate and discover the allure of owning your own holiday home. Our friendly team is ready to assist you, so take the first step towards a lifetime of cherished memories.

Seize this opportunity to own your oasis at Seasalter Holiday Estate. Your serene haven awaits, so why wait? Contact us now and unlock the gateway to tranquillity.


Seasalter is a coastal village in Kent, England, located near the town of Whitstable. It is known for its beach, its oyster industry and its award-winning pub, The Sportsman. There are many attractions to explore in and around Seasalter, whether you are looking for nature, culture, history or fun. Here are some of the best places to visit near Seasalter:

Whitstable Museum and Gallery

This heritage centre showcases the history and culture of Whitstable and its surroundings, with exhibits on the local oyster trade, the world's oldest steam engine Invicta, and historical diving equipment. You can also see artworks by local artists and learn about the town's famous residents and events.

St. Alphege Church

This is a historic Anglican church in the High Street of Whitstable, dating back to the 12th century. It is dedicated to St. Alphege, a former Archbishop of Canterbury who was martyred by the Vikings in 1012. The church has a beautiful stained-glass window depicting his life and death, as well as a medieval font and a Victorian organ.

Seasalter Beach

This is a long and sandy beach that stretches from Whitstable to Faversham. It is popular with walkers, cyclists, birdwatchers and water sports enthusiasts. You can enjoy the views of the sea and the Isle of Sheppey, as well as spot various wildlife such as seals, oystercatchers and terns. There are also several pubs and cafes along the beach where you can relax and refresh.

Other Attractions

There are many other attractions near Seasalter that you can visit if you have more time or interest. Some of them are:

- Canterbury Spy Mission Treasure Trail: A self-guided tour that takes you around the historic city of Canterbury while solving clues and puzzles.

- The Escapement Margate: A fun and immersive escape room experience that challenges you to solve mysteries and escape within an hour.

- Solley's Ice Cream Parlour: A family-run farm that produces delicious ice cream from fresh milk and cream. You can also enjoy a tractor ride around the farm and see the animals.

- Deal Treasure Hunt Treasure Trail: Another self-guided tour that takes you around the seaside town of Deal while finding hidden treasure.


Whitstable is like no other town by the sea. Its traditional charms, rich maritime history and strong arts culture complement the modern town.

Part of the Canterbury District, Whitstable's main claim to fame is its oysters which remain an intrinsic part of this sea town's character and are celebrated every July at the Oyster Festival


Canterbury is one of the most beautiful historic cities in the country and, as home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, attracts history lovers from all over the world. It’s something that you probably take for granted if you live or work there, but a relaxed stroll through the streets reveals all sorts of historical buildings of note


We are just a 45 minute drive from the popular seaside town of Dover where you can jump aboard a ferry for a day out to Calais. Folkestone is only 55 minutes away where you can board a train through the channel tunnel to France & Belgium.


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