Broadhembury Holiday Park

Holiday Parks in Kent

A stay at one of our Best of British holiday parks in Kent will provide you with an unforgettable holiday experience in the South East county which is also known as the Garden of England. Our Kent caravan and camping parks offer an excellent range of accommodation options and spacious pitches to enjoy. Alongside immaculate accommodation and well-maintained grounds, you will find a range of facilities for your enjoyment.

Explore Our Holiday Parks In Kent

Our picturesque caravan holiday parks in Kent are ideally situated to allow visitors to explore so much of this fantastic county.


Food and Drink

Kent’s countryside is all about food and drink. It is famous for its farming heritage but even today there are an astounding number of producers from which you can sample the delights of this wonderful area. The growth of hops for beer production has occurred in this part of England for nearly 500 years. Today there are many brewery tours available such as at Shepards Neame which is Britain’s oldest brewer.

Hever castle

Hever Castle

When you embark on a journey around Kent, you can get involved with some great day trips, garden tours and history and heritage tours available. There are experts who can ensure you pack your trip with fantastic activities and excursions. A visit to Hever Castle & Gardens on the Kent/Surrey/Sussex border will enable you to discover the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. It makes for a great day out in Kent.

If you have any shopaholics that need their fix of retail therapy then a visit to the vast Blue Water Shopping Centre is sure to satisfy their needs.

Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral

Historic Canterbury is well worth a visit. The city is packed with things to do including a relaxing riverboat tour along Stour is an ideal trip for the whole family to enjoy. A visit to the city is not complete without getting a closeup view of Canterbury Cathedral. It dates back to 597AD when St Augustine became the first Archbishop establishing his seat in Canterbury.

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