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All reviews afternoon tea cakes tea room bowling green play area rose garden antique fair lovely setting pirate ship children's playground lovely tea worth a visit lovely afternoon tankerton slopes across the road my mum visited whitstable
My partner and i were excited to be attending a fabulous 1920's night at the castle, but what an awful and disappointing night.
The food was very disappointing.
The ham was mushy and watery, the potatoes were cold and the dessert was appalling. It consisted...More
Went for the Christmas event which had a great selection of sellers with food, drinks and gifts which was quite crowded and a queue was necessary to see more sellers in the castle. Would definitely go again without the fair as the castle was beautiful...More
I have visited this place on plenty of occasions and it's been fine. My last visit was very disappointing as the lunch that I had was served up cold. I sent it back as did my two friends. They reheated the food which was pasta,...More
Went on Saturday 20th to take part in a murder mystery dinner. There were 6 in our party and it was excellent , food terrific , and the performance was first class . For anyone who has only been downstairs the first floor is beautiful...More
I just had a stroll around the park while exploring the delights of Whitstable. It is a pleasant little park, not far from the beach, that was formerly the grounds of a rather ostentatious private home. The castle was not open, though I gather it...More