The Crescent Turner, Whitstable, is a stylish, 18-bedroom boutique hotel, set high up on Wraik Hill, overlooking the Kent coast. It has panoramic views of the sea and gorgeous surrounding countryside.
Whitstable is a family-orientated but fashionable seaside town - famous for its beach huts, Oyster Festival and quaint harbour. There are quirky, independent shops and galleries, Whitstable Castle and an increasingly popular arts festival - the Whitstable Biennale.
The Crescent Turner has individually designed bedrooms, a restaurant, bar, terrace area, gardens and - very importantly - its own Beach Hut on Whitstable beach, which guests may reserve. Bedrooms are spacious and light, many with sea views.
Head down to Whitstable for a family break or a romantic getaway. You'll love the subtle decor of this newly remodelled boutique hotel - less than two hours from central London. Of course, the beach is a major feature in summer, but Whitstable is busy and interesting all-year round, and there are wonderful walks in the Kent countryside and other pretty towns and villages to visit while you are here.The Crescent Turner Hotel
I can not wait to return to this hotel when lockdown restrictions are fully lifted. Even with no bar / restaurant facilities available these hosts still offer a wonderful experience and a great night away in a superb location. It won’t shock many to learn that yet again the Daily Mail have reported the facts with mass inaccuracy. Do not be put off by school boy reporting and read the reviews by people who pay with their own money for a night away. Excellent service from Blake with all Covid measures in place. Beautiful room (10) with a wonderful view of the estuary. Once the improvement works to the garden are finished this hotel will be even better and I look forward to finding out, good work Crescent Turner keep it up. JS
After my sister and I arrived into our health hazard of an Airbandb in Whitstable town centre, we realised we needed to find alternative arrangements ASAP. Thankfully, The Crescent Turner had one last room left and we booked it imminently. Heather was an absolute delight, unbelievably helpful, friendly and thoughtful, as was Blake. Both made our stay stress free and so enjoyable, especially considering our initial experience with the Airbandb! We felt so lucky to be able to find somewhere so comfortable and accommodating at last minute’s notice. We’ve already recommended this place to our parents, friends etc and we can’t wait to return. Thank you so much! Julia and Lucy x
We were lucky to be upgraded, after three alterations by me because of Covid. Very well pleased and looked after very well. The carpet quickly got full but there was another car park on the other side of the building. Because of Covid we had to order breakfast in advance and it was very good.
I recently stayed at The Crescent Turner Hotel. It is in a lovely situation just above Whistable. My room had a beautiful sea view and the staff could not have been more helpful. Despite some work being carried out for an additional restaurant I was given excellent meals and made to feel very safe in these difficult Covid times. I look forward to staying there again when it will have all its additional facilities completed.
We stayed here for a couple of nights in mid-October, and loved it. We had a room with a sea view, which looked out over the sea to the Ilse of Sheppey and beyond. We also had a balcony, although the weather didn’t allow us to enjoy that. The hotel is just a few minutes outside Whitstable, and taxis were easily arranged, so eating out in the town wasn’t a problem. There were some works going on during our stay, but nothing that intruded. The owner, and staff, were all very friendly and helpful. Just as an example: my wife asked for poached eggs on avocado for breakfast (which wasn’t on the menu) and they cheerfully obliged. We’ve already recommended the Crescent Turner to other friends, and would definitely return.