Villages & Resorts in Kent (England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... the odd visitor, although the rules are that they shouldn't sleep there. If you want a visitor to sleep the night, you are supposed to let reception know so they can charge, but I think several families omitted to report visitors and got away with it. I would not recommend this though, as you could find yourself being evicted from the site if someone reports you. Honeywood Caravan - Sleeps 6-8 people. Double bedroom and two twin bedrooms with a double sofa bed in lounge. We have never stayed in this caravan type (or any of the following types of residence) so I cannot talk of the interiors, they look very spacious compared to the ones ... more
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by - written on 28/01/02, updated on 28/01/02 (Very useful, 1337 readings)
Our family generally head towards the Southeast coast of Kent for our holidays. I have stayed in several caravan parks along the coast, but the one that stands out above all the rest is the Hoseasons Holiday Park at St. Margaret's at Cliffe. This site is aimed at families with older children or adult families. Young children are catered for but might not have so much fun here as they would at other sites. This is a VERY quiet site situated just five to ten minutes away from Dover by car. I will state now that you will need a car to reach the site because there is a very limited bus service and there are areas with no footpaths, although there are grass ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/01, updated on 04/01/02 (Very useful, 220 readings)
As I'm the first to write an opinion under this heading ......I'm probably in the wrong place ...but I don't care because I want to write it anyway. This is about a relaxed area of Southern Kent, so put your feet up and get into the mood but Doo enjoy it or else I'll set Anne Robinson loose on you !! Hythe is probably not known about by many people, lying on the A259 coastal road between Hastings and Dover. It is an attractive little Victorian town, banked up the hill similarly to a Cornish village. It has about 40 shops in the High Street, blocked from traffic from 10 a.m to 3p.m for ease to shoppers, about 7 pubs and about 6 restaurants, both ... Read the complete review
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