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Not a bad beach, go at high tide

Quite a nice beach, also swimming at low tide is impossible. For better swimming and much more... read more

Reviewed 13 August 2017
James C
via mobile
Deterioration

The beach and foreshore is privately owned and the owners permit dogs to wander and have... read more

Reviewed 26 April 2017
OliverGrant
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Kent
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13 Aug 2017
“Not a bad beach, go at high tide”
8 Jun 2018
“Oil Slick”
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Reviewed 8 June 2018

Walked along the beach at low tide. Very muddy with what appeared to be oil mixed in as well. Difficult to get the dogs clean. Lovely little town, friendly people, but not a place to go for the beach.

1  Thank Be3k
Reviewed 25 August 2017 via mobile

Visited last Sunday with my family and our dog, we were having a nice time until we realised that our dog had cut 2 of his paws on broken glass left by inconsiderate people! A serious clean up is required as on further inspection there...More

Thank TonyM1974
Reviewed 13 August 2017 via mobile

Quite a nice beach, also swimming at low tide is impossible. For better swimming and much more facilities like restaurants, bars, toilets, go to Tankerton beach. Having said that, if it's a quiet beach you are looking for in West Beach is the place for...More

Thank James C
Reviewed 26 April 2017

The beach and foreshore is privately owned and the owners permit dogs to wander and have installed a huge , dangerous oyster rack farm on the foreshore which affects use of watercraft and swimming.

Thank OliverGrant
Reviewed 8 April 2017 via mobile

During an amazingly warm spring week staying in a beachfront cottage, the Redhead and I had pre-dinner aperitifs outside. The beach starts at Whitstable Oyster's Restaurant and goes past sights like Peter Cushing's old house, millionaire's row (it was Janet S-P who first pointed us...More

Thank Clive W
Reviewed 5 January 2017

This part of the beach is very popular and quite often crowded on warm summer days, It has slipways for vessels, the Neptune (Neppie) pub is on the beach, very popular, but in all of my 77 years, never have I darkened its threshold, great...More

Thank Peter B
Reviewed 22 September 2016 via mobile

Just got back from walking my great dog along West Beach Whitstable. Lovely veiws across the River Swale to Sheppy Island. Beach walk was very interesting for my dog. Lots of exploration without disturbing anyone as it is very quiet this time of year. I...More

Thank Richard H
Reviewed 28 August 2016 via mobile

We had looked up dog friendly beaches so visited for that reason specifically. It was very difficult to find a parking space as there is no car park. The top part of the shingle beach is wild and unspoilt, however, if the tide is out...More

Thank ruthschoice
Reviewed 22 August 2016

A further nice area on the west side of this charming town. There is a pub there which we popped into. Interesting houses behind and I noted the close proximity of the sea ( and flood gates!)

Thank R N
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Went to this beach every morning for a week, very accessible for dog owners, nice to walk on the shingle when tide is out. Plenty of other dog owners around especially on a morning.

1  Thank Ian W
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