We do NOT send brochures, all the required information can be found on here and our website www.manorcourtfarm.co.uk
Camping bookings are now open , please book early .
Manor Court Farm welcomes campers and caravan users to stay and enjoy the farm atmosphere, the local countryside and wildlife, and be within easy reach of many different local attractions and activities in the ‘Garden of England'
The campsite stretches through the old farm garden , round the brick and tiled Kentish farm buildings, and into a field with lovely views across to Ashdown Forest and the Medway valley. There are no marked sites. The farm has a variety of animals including Chickens, Turkeys, ducks , Guinea fowl, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs , and an aviary
NEW FOR THIS YEAR... RENT A HEN.
Have your own hens and coop on your pitch . Feed them, collect their eggs ( if they lay) and put them to bed then have the eggs for breakfast on your campfire. For more details and prices just ask with your camping enquiry.
Picnic tables and benches and camp-fire sites and electric hook-up points are available in various places. Bags of wood can be bought at the farmhouse. (£6.00 per large bag), or you can bring your own. (NO collecting of wood from the local countryside, PLEASE)
A recycling point for glass, paper, plastic and cans (with a can-crusher) is also provided, and there is a chemical toilet emptying point.
A renovated old farm building now offers superb toilet and shower facilities,with a laundry area plus a fridge freezer and microwave. There is also a separate washing up area.
We also provide bed and breakfast in the farmhouse. See Tripadvisor for reviews. Please also view our website www.manorcourtfarm.co.uk
Manor Court Farm is now on Facebook , see more pictures and like our page.
PLEASE NOTE: We do not accept cards, payment is on arrival by cash or cheque. NO radios or stereos are allowed.
Within easy reach are Penshurst Place and gardens, Hever Castle, Groombridge Place with The Enchanted Forest, Pooh corner, Bedgebury pinetum, Brogdale fruit garden, Chartwell (the home of Winston Churchill), Wakehurst Place, Great Dixter house and gardens, Leeds Castle, Chiddingstone Castle, Standen, Ightham Mote, Bodiam Castle, Lullingstone Castle, Knole (where Vita Sackville-West was born), Sissinghurst Castle (renowned for its beautiful gardens created by the same Vita), Go-Ape activity trail at Bedgebury, the Hop Farm at Paddock Wood, plus so much more to see. Groombridge is a 20 minute walk across the fields from the farm where there is a shop, bakery, post office and a choice of pubs.
On the A264 Tunbridge Wells to East Grinstead road 5 miles west of Tunbridge Wells, and 1 mile east of the Kent/Sussex border at Ashurst village. The farm is in the tiny hamlet of Stone Cross
PRICES FOR 2015 : Adults are £10 per night, children 4 to 13 are £5 per night , under 4's are free. Electric hook up is £3.00 per night and Dogs are £1 per night . Groups of 15 and above are asked to pay in full in advance.