Good news – we’re re-opening our touring & camping field from July 9th. We’ve a few Covid 19 risk reduction measures in place and we’ve got to keep the pool closed but other than that it’s business as usual.
Do you still like the outdoorsy experience but are looking for something a little more weather-proof and secure? If so, our wooden tents may be just the pitch you’re looking for.
What we’re trying to offer is a camping-type experience but without the less favourable elements of your weekend away. We’re keeping it fairly simple so you’ll still need to bring your camp beds, cooking gear, and sleeping bags etc – so that’s basically everything except the tent really!
Why Choose Our Camping Pods?
when you get home to dry it over
the back of the sofa!
the day safely and securely behind
a locked door.
of the campers in the tent
chargers, blow-up bed pumps,
hair driers etc.
We’ve kitted our pods with half-glazed lockable doors for security and weather proofing and a rear high-level window for light and ventilation; two double plug sockets, USB charging points, internal dimmable spot-lights, and an exterior light. As you can see in the photos each pod has its own private veranda allowing you and your group the perfect position for that well earned sundowner.
On park amenities
And when you’ve had your fill of Whitstable oysters freshly landed in the harbour or have walked your legs off exploring the Crab & Winkle Way, you’ll be pleased to have a freshen up in our award-winning shower & loo block with 24hr hot water, hair driers, family room and crockery washup. Maybe our clubhouse & pool* might be next on your menu? Download our pod brochure.
How big are they?
The regular pods sleep about four people, maybe more if they’re young kids, and the family pod offers enough room for about six. The internal floor width is about eight feet (2.43m) on both sizes, the regular pods are about nine and a half feet long (2.93m) and the family pod is about thirteen and a half feet long (4.1m). These dimensions increase a little with height as the walls slope outward. The ceilings are seven feet ten (2.4m) at their highest.
So, what have they got…
Quaint charm that the kids (and grown-ups) will love and a pukka roof guaranteeing to keep you and your kit dry all weekend, and your own front door key giving you peace of mind about your posessions. Watch our video.
And what haven’t they got?
A fridge* or a cooker, so you’ll still need to bring your own, beds or chairs, a fifty-four inch wall mounted telly. Or any telly come to that. (We have a freezer in reception for your ice packs).
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Important Park info - Please Note
- No commercial or tradesmen's vehicles are allowed on park - sorry.
- For your safety, cycling & skateboarding etc is forbidden and a 10mph speed limit applies.
- If your party has a tent, or a gazebo, an additional plot will be required.
- Barbecues are allowed (please keep them up off the grass) but open fires are prohibited.