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Our only exclusive holiday park with a longer season and higher specification homes.

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Frost Farm closes for two weeks between the 31st January and 14th February each year.

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Frost Farm, Exclusive Holiday Homes

Frost Farm Holiday Park is located near the village of St Nicholas-at-Wade in Thanet. This unique holiday park is open for 11 and a half months of the year and will provide no more than 30 luxury holiday homes, each built to full residential specification, exclusively for the over 40’s for use as a holiday home or second home, all set within the Kent countryside.

Within walking distance of the park is the local village with pubs, a post office and a church. Should you require more variety, then you can venture further afield on the bus route between Thanet and the historical city of Canterbury, with its abundance of shops, cafes and restaurants, and the seaside town of Margate, with access to sandy beaches and the Turner Contemporary Art centre.

Kent has so much to offer, from historic castles and working mills, to country walks and cycle paths. Frost Farm Holiday Park is ideally located for home owners to venture in to the Kent countryside and enjoy all its benefits.

 

“The proximity to the village is a great asset to this fabulous park!”

“We love the surrounding fields and horses, the walk through to the village is so picturesque and we love our time at Frost Farm.”

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  • Keat Farm Parks
    Frost Lane
    St. Nicholas-at-Wade
    Birchington
    Kent, CT7 0NA

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Frost Farm is unique from other Keat Farm Holiday Parks. It has a longer season, higher specification homes and is exclusive to the over 40’s.

As a coastal park, nestling on the north Kent coast just inland of Birchington-on-Sea, Frost Farm is a natural holiday park set in the tranquil surroundings you would expect from a Keat Farm Park. It is very private and a short walk from the amenities the village of St. Nicholas-at-Wade has to offer.

Perfect for exclusive getaways.

Exclusivity is an important consideration for holiday homeowners who might be investing in a luxury holiday home as a retreat for relaxation and a quiet(er) life.

Frost Farm has space for up to 30 homes, creating a pleasant community atmosphere but allowing plenty of room for each homeowner. All properties benefit from a higher specification than typical holiday homes (residential specification BS3632) and each home has its own private driveway to provide the security and ease of access that you require.

In support of this Frost Farm is exclusively for over 40’s, there are no facilities for children so it is not a park suited to families. This is a huge benefit to the homeowner community as it provides a peaceful environment for everyone to enjoy.

The park only closes for two weeks of the year (between the 31st January and 14th February) so you can come and go as you please for over 11 months of the year!

If you would like to know more about exclusive holiday homes at Keat Farm please contact us or request our brochure.

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Location, Location!

Did you know there are 15 sandy beaches on the Thanet coast? Many of them nestled in secluded bays just waiting to be explored!

From Minnis Bay round to Botany Bay to Ramsgate Main Sands, the Thanet coast has always been an attractive proposition for visitors stretching back to Victorian times. The Main Sands in Margate still draws swathes of beach dwellers the minute the summer sun peeks out, Broadstairs is always bustling and there is always something going on in Ramsgate marina.

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 Thank you to @lansdell_soft_drinks for our gift, certainly help keep the staff going.  #keatfarmparks #lansdellsoftdrinks #whitstable #kent #supportlocalbusiness  We have achieved gold status again at all 3 of our holiday parks. A big well done to Les and Lucy for all their hard work on helping the parks to achieve this for another year. #keatfarmparks #quexholidaypark #littlesatmar #hawthornfarm #davidbellamy #davidbellamyconservationaward #wildlife #wildlifeconservation  Winter sunset from Applegarth Park #keatfarmparks #residentialparks #applegarthpark  We have been busy at Little Satmar, our holiday park in Capel-Le-Ferne. As part of our ongoing commitment to keeping our parks nature friendly and playing our part in the David Bellamy Conservation Scheme, we are proud to unveil our new Woodpile Habitat. Constructed from deadwood we have collected from around the grounds, the woodpile makes a fantastic environment for ants, beetles, worms, centipedes, ladybirds, mining bees and many other mini beasts. Why not put the deadwood which you may find in your own garden to good use and make your own woodpile feature? It can be on any scale and will encourage a wide range of wildlife to set up home. Use a mixture of wood and different sized logs with the bark on, such as beech, oak, ash and elm. Adding a pile of leaf litter can attract even more creatures, such as hibernating toads or hedgehogs. You will need to add new logs as the old ones decay over the years. Decaying wood also supports a range of fungi. Allowing a climber to ramble over woodpiles, logs and stumps can cover them and help retain moisture. Features like this in your garden not only help the biodiversity of your outdoor space but can be a great talking point and educational to the young. If you would like more tips on creating your own woodpile please visit the RSPB’s gardening for wildlife page and this BBC’s breathing places link #keatfarmparks #littlesatmar #woodpilehabitat #gardeningforwildlife #breathingplaces  Small mini beast home created from recycled materials from around the park, hoping that some resident bugs will move in soon! #keatfarmparks #nature #minibeasthome #bughouse #handmade #recycled #habitat #bughousesofinstagram #bugslife
 Thank you to @lansdell_soft_drinks for our gift, certainly help keep the staff going.  #keatfarmparks #lansdellsoftdrinks #whitstable #kent #supportlocalbusiness  Quex Holiday Park, Little Satmar & Hawthorn Farm are all honey bee friendly parks. #keatfarmparks #quexholidaypark #littlesatmar #hawthornfarm #beefriendly #bees #wildlifeconservation #wildlife #davidbellamy  Winter sunset from Applegarth Park #keatfarmparks #residentialparks #applegarthpark  We have been busy at Little Satmar, our holiday park in Capel-Le-Ferne. As part of our ongoing commitment to keeping our parks nature friendly and playing our part in the David Bellamy Conservation Scheme, we are proud to unveil our new Woodpile Habitat. Constructed from deadwood we have collected from around the grounds, the woodpile makes a fantastic environment for ants, beetles, worms, centipedes, ladybirds, mining bees and many other mini beasts. Why not put the deadwood which you may find in your own garden to good use and make your own woodpile feature? It can be on any scale and will encourage a wide range of wildlife to set up home. Use a mixture of wood and different sized logs with the bark on, such as beech, oak, ash and elm. Adding a pile of leaf litter can attract even more creatures, such as hibernating toads or hedgehogs. You will need to add new logs as the old ones decay over the years. Decaying wood also supports a range of fungi. Allowing a climber to ramble over woodpiles, logs and stumps can cover them and help retain moisture. Features like this in your garden not only help the biodiversity of your outdoor space but can be a great talking point and educational to the young. If you would like more tips on creating your own woodpile please visit the RSPB’s gardening for wildlife page and this BBC’s breathing places link #keatfarmparks #littlesatmar #woodpilehabitat #gardeningforwildlife #breathingplaces  Small mini beast home created from recycled materials from around the park, hoping that some resident bugs will move in soon! #keatfarmparks #nature #minibeasthome #bughouse #handmade #recycled #habitat #bughousesofinstagram #bugslife
 Happy Easter from all at Keat Farm  #keatfarmparks #easter  Looks cold in there, we don’t want to get our feet wet #keatfarmparks #hartridgefarm #residentialpark #maidstone #eastfarleigh #rivermedway #geese #geeseofinstagram  The suns out, with clear blue skies, views across to the French coast. These cliff top paths are just a short walk away from Little Satmar Holiday Park. #keatfarmparks #littlesatmar #holidayparks #touringparks #campingpark #folkestone #clifftopwalks #englishchannel  We have been busy at Little Satmar, our holiday park in Capel-Le-Ferne. As part of our ongoing commitment to keeping our parks nature friendly and playing our part in the David Bellamy Conservation Scheme, we are proud to unveil our new Woodpile Habitat. Constructed from deadwood we have collected from around the grounds, the woodpile makes a fantastic environment for ants, beetles, worms, centipedes, ladybirds, mining bees and many other mini beasts. Why not put the deadwood which you may find in your own garden to good use and make your own woodpile feature? It can be on any scale and will encourage a wide range of wildlife to set up home. Use a mixture of wood and different sized logs with the bark on, such as beech, oak, ash and elm. Adding a pile of leaf litter can attract even more creatures, such as hibernating toads or hedgehogs. You will need to add new logs as the old ones decay over the years. Decaying wood also supports a range of fungi. Allowing a climber to ramble over woodpiles, logs and stumps can cover them and help retain moisture. Features like this in your garden not only help the biodiversity of your outdoor space but can be a great talking point and educational to the young. If you would like more tips on creating your own woodpile please visit the RSPB’s gardening for wildlife page and this BBC’s breathing places link #keatfarmparks #littlesatmar #woodpilehabitat #gardeningforwildlife #breathingplaces  Thank you to all that entered the Easter colour competition at Quex Holiday Park. Well done to all the winners. #keatfarmparks #holidayparks #touringparks #quexholidaypark #birchington #easter

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