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If you love beautiful countryside, then Broadhembury Caravan and Camping Park in Kent is the park for you…
As a base for exploring fabulous Kent, the location of Broadhembury Caravan and Camping Park is second to none. Whether you’re a family or adults only there are so many things to do in Kent.
Nestled within Kentish countryside, Broadhembury is 40 minutes from Dover and the Channel Tunnel, 20 minutes from Eurostar and 40 minutes to London on the fast train.
The charming park surroundings may mean you'd rather just kick back and enjoy a break from it all. This is a top environmental park where nothing is compromised.
Children can safely entertain themselves in our outdoor play areas, or in the well equipped but non-electronic games room. The local area is bursting with opportunities for great family days out, come rain or shine.
You can even bring your favourite four-legged friend along too. The dog friendly campsite welcomes 2 per pitch and has plenty of great walks and beaches to explore nearby. Also available is the "Jenny Wren" dog-friendly holiday home which sleeps 4 people and has it's own private and enclosed patio area perfect for any four-legged friends.
The first class campsite facilities include:
For the best of both worlds there are two separate areas for touring: family camping where excellent amenities and play facilities are provided with babies and children in mind, or quiet camping for adults who can enjoy the calm of bird song and a pleasure of watching a splendid sunset.
Adults Area - The Meadows
People holidaying without children, are allocated pitches on The Meadows. This lovely, tranquil meadow area offers a relaxing, quiet pitch away from the bustle and excitement of family holidays. The “Top Meadows” are perfect for couples, offering glimpses of wildlife in the surrounding countryside and special sunsets.
Broadhembury now offers beautiful Lotus Belle tents for a luxury camping experience to remember! These glamorous tents are warm and cosy and have real beds with warm duvets. The tents are equipped with electricity for heating (Family Park) and lighting during your stay. The Adults’ Meadows tents are equipped with stoves for cooking and heating also. Both the Adults' and Family tents have their own private BBQ and you can even enhance your stay with a whole range of optional extras such as deliciious breakfast hampers. If glamping in the family park you will also be able to enjoy some swingball in your private garden!
Enjoy your own self contained, centrally heated 5* Holiday Home in the beautiful Kentish countryside. Everything is ready for you, with bed linen supplied and beds made up ready for your arrival. These spacious holiday homes sleep up to 6 people and offer full central heating.
Opening dates:All year
Just had our second trip out in our caravan to Broadhembury and had a great two day overnight weekend stay. Stayed in adults side in quiet field and it really is a beautiful site. Lovey local walks. The staff were very cheerful and friendly and the facilities immaculate. Will definitely be going back tonylawless
Reviewed by tonylawless
Camped here for a weekend. Lovely facilities, lovely staff. Showers well kept and nice camping kitchen with fridge/freezer space. Nice park for the kids as well as a big field to run around on. Plenty of water outlets.
Reviewed by Rob V
Well I must say first we are a family of four who tend to have our holidays abroad so this was all new to us!!! However from the minute we arrive we had the warmest welcome and was shown to our pitch by a charming gentlemen!! The campsite was absolutely spotless throughout the whole ten nights stay! We didn't have to use the shower in caravan as the showers where hot powerful and very clean! Fantastic park for the kids ( we hardly saw them ) and safe to let them go alone. Surrounding areas where beautiful so much to do and visit!! Fantastic indoor pool 10 mins down the road suitable for toddlers and older children. Lovely staff in the reception and very helpful. I can honestly say this beat any abroad holiday and we will definitely be coming back!! 10/10
Reviewed by LReid2015
We had such a lovely family weekend here, the facilities are fantastic, really clean and very well maintained. The staff are friendly and incredibly helpful. As a family on a wet weekend we had lots to occupy us, our girls loved the playground Caroline Cleary
Reviewed by Caroline Cleary
We stayed for a week with our caravan and with our family in their caravan visiting from Spain, we could not fault the site facilities or the friendliness of the staff, we were very pleased. Tucked away in a great quite location in Kingsnorth with some great surrounding villages and nearby places to visit. RichieConway1
Reviewed by RichieConway1
We have just spent one night in the adults only meadow in our tent with our dog. It was our first time camping. Despite the rain, we've had a lovely time. It was lovely and quiet. The facilities are spotless. We will definitely be back for a longer stay, hopefully with better weather.
Reviewed by Donna Oyjek
Couldn't ask for more! A Beautiful well maintained & organised campsite. Very welcoming. Facilities outstanding and kept to a very high standard. A segregated Adult only meadow was a great advantage for us during peak season. Perfect central location for getting about Kent.
Reviewed by James B
Best campsite locally by far. Excellent amenities and the site was clean and tidy. The play park was a godsend for the kids. The showers have heated floors and we're spotless. There's even hairdryers to use. There's a kitchen area with microwave and washing up facilities. Also a separate laundry room. We loved our stay and would definitely go back again
Reviewed by Jo L
We stayed here for 2 nights with our 2 children aged 7 and 5 but wished we stayed for longer. We were shown to our pitch on arrival and staff were very welcoming. Good size pitch, nice families around, no rowdiness. We had a key to the family bathroom which was very clean. Used the fridge and freezer in the kitchen which was very handy. The playground was great for kids. Not much to do in the evenings but a nice quiet getaway. We went to Whitstable for the day to take the kids crabbing, very pretty town. Would highly recommend.
Reviewed by Petal08
This site came highly recommended by a friend. I was not disappointed. An excellent site. Immaculate inside and out. Great showers and underfloor heating a bonus. A warm welcome from the wardens. Loved the help yourself herb garden too! Looking forward to returning with my grandchildren as the family area looks good too with a great play area.
Reviewed by Kathryn Walton
Just returned from a short break at Broadhembury. It's an immaculately looked after site, run by very friendly staff. We stayed in a virtually brand new static caravan, which was spacious and had all the home comforts we could ask for. Our boys loved the 5-a-side football pitch and playing pool, air hockey and table tennis in the playroom. The site is quiet and secure, perfect for families. Can't recommend highly enough. We'll definitely be back!
Reviewed by Dtboxer
Just returned from a weeks stay at this campsite, the staff were fantastic from the moment we arrived, told us everything we needed to know, showed us around the site and gave us local knowledge as it was our first time visiting Kent. The reception area was fantastic with loads of dvd's to choose from on a rainy day, lots of books, a very well stocked shop with lots to buy and loads of leaflets and information of where to go and what to do, we had glorious weather and plenty to see, went out every day exploring! the showers were spotlessly clean and a bonus as you just turned them on and they stayed on! unlike other campsites where you have to continuously press the button! lovely individual toilet cubicles with sinks so you could lock yourself away in private t have a wash, hair-drying facilities very good. We did our washing while we were there couldn't face taking it all home, £4.00 for a really full load which took around 40 mins and only £1.00 for the dryer which was ample for 20 mins, superb, clean and brilliant, there was a microwave if you were in a tent and wanted to do yourself a ready-meal, washing dishes facilities, a lovely big freezer which you could keep your burgers and sausages in for those all important bar-b-q's! we were on the adults only bit of the campsite, the parent and children camping was just across the way, and they were very strict not to let children disrupt the adults and they were kept well away, I can honestly say I didn't hear a child the whole time I was away, dogs were allowed on site and we couldn't hear them either, very well behaved. There was only one tiny criticism that we had, we were on a serviced pitch which was fantastic although where we had the awning it was on quite large stones and it was very uncomfortable to walk on and pierced our groundsheet, most campsites have tiny pea shingle, this was our only moan if you like, we wouldn't hesitate to go back, a fantastic holiday. Thank you Broadhembury.
Reviewed by Davelles
We bought our first caravan and booked into Broadhembury Park to try it out. We booked a three night stay. We arrived a little later than we hoped to and rang to say we were on our way and the lady we spoke to could have not have been more helpful, in fact she remembered us from when we booked as we told her we had not caravanned before. On arriving we were shown to a Pitch on a large open field where the other caravans, a couple of tents and motorhomes were located around the edge of the field. We had loads of space and as we have two dogs there was plenty of space to walk them on the field as well as a dedicated walk the park had. They had a rule of having dogs on short leads which was not a problem. The park is divided into two sections. One for families and one for adults where we were. The toilet blocks were very clean and the showers were large and there was always hot water no mater what time we used them. There was also a washroom with fridge, freezer, microwave sinks for washing up and a washing machine and tumble drier which had a small charge for their use. In the family section there was a play area for children as well as a games room. We did not use these as dogs were not allowed in these areas which was not a problem to us. There was also a small shop for essentials, they also have fresh bread, but only at busier periods, and newspapers can be ordered. The staff were very friendly and gave us some great advise. We needed some tools to sort something out on our van and there was no problem in letting us borrow them in fact they could not have been more helpful. We enjoyed our stay very much and if the people we met is the norm then we will be very happy. However the other sites will have to be good to match the quality of Broadhembury.
Reviewed by Jarrett I
Set out on a long drive from Scotland aiming for Dover, didn't quite manage so called up late on 8:30pm for a pitch for the night (had been turned away by 4 other nearby sites) the woman who answered could not have been nicer, nothing was an issue! Very quiet, very clean and very good showers! If I'm near the area again I will stay again! Excellent!
Reviewed by Sammy2good
Well what can I say!! Broadhembury as got to be one or the best campsites we have ever stayed at and we have stayed in many in the uk and in Europe! We chose the adults only camping field just for some peace and quiet. It is so peaceful and relaxing, all that you need. Firstly the toilet and shower block are the cleanest and most up to date you could wish for, they even have under floor heating!! The staff were ever so helpful and friendly and couldn't do enough for you. The area is excellent for walking and has plenty of bridalways and footpaths. It's a good location for shops and has several supermarkets no more than ten minutes drive away, even has great access to the designer outlet centre too. Overall this is a little gem of a site and you certainly get what you pay for, brilliant.
Reviewed by jembaby
Had a wonderful time at the campsite. The staff were really friendly and helpful when we arrived and were always helpful during our stay. The toilets were very clean and tidy and camp site was really clean, the pitch we had was nice and large. The play area and ball area for children is a good idea. We ordered fresh bread which was lovely for our holiday. We made some lovely friends during our stay and we would differently recommend the site to other campers and would visit again ourselves.
Reviewed by matney1974
We booked 2 nights at the site to test out our first caravan 22nd ended up booking a further month The site is faultless, great facilities and the staff couldn't have done any more to make you feel welcome
Reviewed by paul j
Another lovely stay at Broadhembury and thankfully the weather was just glorious. The site is well kept and the showers / toilets were always clean. We have a 6 berth tent and find the pitches very spacious which makes it more comfortable for everyone. Kids have access to a large playing field and play park and the older kids have the games room. The campers kitchen and facilities are always a welcome addition especially during the hot spells as ice packs melted quickly. During our visit everybody was very considerate of other guests and adhered to the quiet time stipulations. Would highly recommend this site and look forward to returning. Keep up the good work.
Reviewed by Anita McAloren
Camped in the adult field which was quiet and relaxed. Very friendly and helpful staff. Folder available with local walks, so nice walk to Tesco through fields, which after a 90 mile drive was most welcome. Good base for the Rare Breed Centre, The Old Dairy brewery and the East Sussex & Kent steam railway. Look forward to camping there again.
Reviewed by SophieBullet
Just returned after spending 3 nights in the adults only section. What a find, staff very welcoming, facilities second to none and best of all felt like we were camping in our back garden. Will definitely be back in the near future.
Reviewed by Jo Miller