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Little Satmar, Touring & Holiday Park

Welcome to Little Satmar, holiday and touring in the Kent countryside

Little Satmar Holiday Park is a quiet and peaceful park covering an area of 10 acres. A short walk will take you to beautiful cliff top paths with splendid views across the English Channel and beaches below.

Little Satmar is designed for owners and their families to enjoy a peaceful holiday away from the bustle of suburban life.

Extensive planting and landscaping provides open spaces and garden areas that are maintained to the highest standard.

A park shop stocks most of your holiday requirements from LP Gas to groceries, and our reception office also doubles as an information centre for the many local attractions including trips to France.

Opening Times

Little Satmar is open from mid February to end of October, weather dependent.

Dogs Welcome

We allow one dog per home, if kept under control at all times. If you have more than one dog please contact the office.

"A gorgeous site with plenty of room and a very warm and welcoming team"

"Family members recommend it and my expectations were fulfilled"

"Our first impressions on arrival were excellent"

Little Satmar
Coastal Park

  • Little Satmar Campsite & Holiday Park
    Winehouse Lane
    Folkestone
    Kent
    CT18 7JF

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 Five in Five #protecttourismjobs  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
 Woodies cafe at Quex Holiday Park is now open. We are currently offering a limited takeaway menu along with cold drinks and snacks. We look forward to seeing you. 🥪☕️  Happy Easter from all at Keat Farm  #keatfarmparks #easter  Morning sunrise at Hawthorn Farm Holiday Park #keatfarmparks #sunrise  This little fella enjoying his stay at Hawthorn Farm Holiday Park #keatfarmparks #hawthornfarm #holidayparks #touringparks #wildlife #squirrel  Hartridge Farm sat on the banks of the River Medway in the beautiful Kent village of East Farleigh #keatfarmparks #residentialparks #maidstone #hartridgefarm #eastfarleigh #rivermedway
 Thank you to @lansdell_soft_drinks for our gift, certainly help keep the staff going.  #keatfarmparks #lansdellsoftdrinks #whitstable #kent #supportlocalbusiness  Thank you to all the residents at Applegarth Park for their co-operation during the resurfacing of the roadways. Wow what a difference. #keatfarmparks #applegarthpark #residentialpark #whitstable  Last week we attended the @bhhpa conference 2020. Excellent 70th anniversary event. Thank you to Sir Roger Gale MP for attending and showing his support. Pictured here with our chairman. #keatfarmparks #residentialpark #holidaypark #touringandcampingpark #bhhpa #kent #sirrogergalemp  #keatfarmparks #residentialparks #holidayparks #touringparks  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  Our holiday parks are pleased to receive our Woodlands badges, part of the David Bellamy Conservation Award 5 in 5 habitat scheme. #keatfarmparks #hawthornfarm #quexholidaypark #littlesatmar #holidayparks #davidbellamyconservationawardscheme  Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year from all at Keat Farm  #keatfarmparks #littlesatmar #holidayparks #touringparks  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  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

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