16.01.2017 - General Holiday Parks Residential Parks Touring Parks
Known as the Garden of England, Kent has so much to offer and each of our holiday parks are ideally located to make the most of that.
Each park is situated in beautifully landscaped, countryside settings, in addition to being in close proximity to the Kentish coastline, away from the hustle and bustle of suburban life. The combination of beach and country means there is plenty of activities to choose from, but which one of our holiday parks will be best suited to you?
• Located in Folkestone, originally a ferry port town on the English Channel with white cliffs, sandy beaches and untouched countryside
• From the park it is less than a 15-minute drive to Folkestone town centre if you fancy some shopping, having a coffee in the ‘old town’ or wandering through the Creative Quarter to browse through the many galleries and boutiques
• A short walk from the park will bring you to cliff top paths where you can enjoy beautiful coastal walks with views across the Channel Tunnel
• With it’s own entrance to the Channel Tunnel, you can enjoy a trip over to France for the day, from Folkestone to Calais in just 35 minutes
• A peaceful park covering an area of 10 acres, set in beautifully landscaped open spaces and garden areas
• Located in the history rich, coastal town of Dover – one of the world’s busiest ports and famous for it’s magnificent White Cliffs and Dover Castle
• One of our largest holiday parks set in 28 acres of outstanding beauty, with expertly landscaped grounds and trees
• Our holiday park is situated in the pretty village of Martin Mill which offers peaceful walks, a typical village pub and it also has it’s own train station with links to London and Ramsgate (and other stations in Kent)
• Less than 15 minutes’ drive to the South Foreland Heritage Coast where you can enjoy quiet coastal walks and also visit the South Foreland Lighthouse
• This park also offers a small shop and café onsite
• Located in the coastal village of Birchington, 12 miles from the historic city of Canterbury and 15 miles from Dover
• 2 miles from Minnis Bay – a long stretch of sandy beach and harbour on the North Kent Coast – ideal for relaxed coastal walks and cycle rides with designated routes such as the Viking Coastal Trail
• Less than 10 minutes’ drive to the historic Quex Park, home to the world renowned Powell Cotton Museum
• Complete with an onsite shop, café and laundry facilities, and less than a 10-minute drive into the town centre if you fancy going shopping or out for dinner
• In close proximity to other coastal towns such as Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate
All of our holiday parks provide easy access to the beauty that Kent has to offer, as well as activities and landmarks to visit. Whatever you may be looking for in your holiday home, make sure to research the location and surrounding area, and the park facilities as this is key when finding the perfect combination to suit your needs.