I always think with Whitstable that it's a river, not the proper coast. Same with Southend.I’d say worse than seaburn, similar to a lot of southern beaches. It is lovely the way the bay sweeps in and when the tide is in early morning, giving still reflective water it looks fantastic. I’ve got an ebay bid in at the minute for a canoe to get out on days like that for a paddle. But, the beach itself is a pile of rocks. Same with Brighton and a few of the other coastal venues that Londoners and celebs rave on about.
I think of a beach as a big expanse of sand, like what I grew up with, Seaburn, Roker, Shields etc would all blow the minds of people down here. Then you consider Northumberland where it gets really beautiful. Spending the day sat on a pile of lumpy pebbles? No thanks,
Islands in dressing rooms are for accesssories and also you can lay the outfit out on top.Dressing room by the look of it. Bizarre having an island in the middle of it like.
Fantastic that. Seems a bit under priced for size and location.