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Broadhembury Holiday Park
Steeds Lane
Kent   (Browse area)
TN26 1NQ   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01233 620859

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Pitches: 120
Open: Open All Year

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 102 Reviews
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Date of Visit: June 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Cake Man 20 reviews from this member

Stayed for a week with the wife & hound in the adult part, this is a peaceful and quite site so if you like cub houses etc this would not be for you. The only downside we found was the dog walk was small and we ended up taking her for walks down the country lane which meant she could not roam not a major issue but stop this site from getting 10's. With this site only being 20 minutes from the channel tunnel we pop over to France which was a great day trip. A major supermarket is a 10 minute drive away if you also require supplies, would we stay again you bet we would. Cakeman

Date of Visit: May 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: BRanger5104 9 reviews from this member

This is our second visit to this site having stayed on a hardstanding pitch last year which suited us perfectly.

This year we had booked another hardstanding pitch but some last minute problems with the electric meant we had to use a grass pitch instead but this turned out to be much better option for us as it gave us more space in front of the awning.

Site has maintained it's very high standards and has added some glamping pods for the 2017 season. We had a little sneak peak inside and they are fantastic especially for families who want to camp but don't want to buy all the necessary items and perhaps tow a trailer aw well.

Staff were again pleasant and very hardworking always emptying the bins, cutting the grass and keeping the toilet blocks clean and assisting campers in any way.

The lack of a clubhouse and any electronic games room is a definite plus for us.

Again another great stay. Firm favourite of ours now

Date of Visit: May 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Chalky9 21 reviews from this member

This has to be one of the very best run sites in the country. Everything is 'just so', from the welcome to the pitches to the sanitary facilities. The only thing letting it down is the location, as Ashford is really a place to avoid unless you're heading for the Designer Outlet Centre. Otherwise it's just a useful stop-off to or from Dover or the Channel Tunnel.

Date of Visit: July 2016 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Leyburn28 4 reviews from this member

We have just stayed at this wonderful site for 2 nights. The greeting and attention to detail was first class. Being shown to the pitch on adults meadow was a treat and very informative. The plot was very generous and well kept with new fencing and planting. Everywhere was spotless and tidy. The hair driers in the ladies were free which made a change from finding 20ps. The site was a little pricey but with a promo discount made it competitive and also quality does not come cheap. We will definitely return here again and highly recommend it.

Date of Visit: June 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: BRanger5104 9 reviews from this member

What can I say except 'superb'

Booked to stay for a week whilst visiting family in the area.

Staff - Friendly, nothing too much trouble, always visible and always cleaning, cutting grass etc etc etc

Facilities - truly 5 star, clean, warm, regularly serviced, fridge area for those in tents, washing machine, baby changing, food prep area.

Site - immaculate, generous pitches well separated from statics and tents, grass pitching available. Separate adults only area for those not travelling with children. No bar area/clubhouse but that suits us. Good play area for kids and gated site so unable to just wander off.

Very well placed for trips to Dover Castle, Dymchurch and large Tesco's close by.

Looking forward to next visit to Kent and will be staying here again.

Date of Visit: June 2016 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Team Eagles 12 reviews from this member

Have just returned from a nightís stay at this campsite camping in the adultís meadow, have seen it in the BOB for a couple of years now, but like lots of things wish we had come sooner, just brilliant. A very peaceful campsite all you hear are the birds, occasionally you do hear traffic in the distance.

We were warmly welcome by wardens Diane and Andy, they could not have been more helpful and accommodating nothing was too much trouble. We were given a map of the park and on the other side gives points of interest, pubs, doctors, shops etc that are local and a couple of leaflets of things to do in Kent, thought that was lovely as we are not familiar with the county and it gave us several ideas of places to visit. We were shown to our pitch which was in the grassed area, could even have a large picnic table as there were several in the middle of the field to help yourself to. The pitches are very flat and spacious. They are all 16amp which is brilliant especially in the colder months as you are not so restricted. Once pitched we went for a wander round, the family area is across the lane which is good, very spacious again and comes with a games room and a sports pitch plus the usual play equipment.

What can I say about the facilities, they really are first class and spotlessly clean, separate shower cubicles which give plenty of drying space, a bench for your clothes, bags etc and a couple of hooks and plenty of hot water. In most of the loos there is also a separate wash basin. There are a couple of hair dryers in the ladies but also sockets if you refer your own or have hair straighteners. The laundry and washing up room again spotless and they also have a large fridge and freezer which you can use, always handy if camping with just a tiny fridge in your tent! Microwave as well as a washing machine and tumble dryer.

There is a lovely herb garden just the other side of the barrier (code given on arrival) which you can use. The shop is well stocked and even sells wine and beer and amazing cakes! There is a good selection of books to borrow. They do close at 2pm (low season) which seems strange as that is the time you book in from and also if you want an ice cream or something you are kind of stuck unless the warden is there checking someone in although Diane saw us and asked if we wanted something and she would have opened up. Opening times I feel are the only thing to be addressed really.

There are no pubs/restaurants within walking distance but there are several take away leaflets and the companies will deliver your food to reception. We did however walk to the local cricket club which was on the site map as it said cricket club/bar. It is just under a mile away and if they are playing cricket you are more than welcome to go and drink there, just bear in mind they only take cash. The guys in the bar could not have been more friendly or accommodating.

The long and short of it is that we will be returning but next time for more than a night, it is a really gem of a find and it is a relatively short drive for us which is good as most of the adult campsites are a long drive from Hampshire. Just the M25 before we get peace and quiet.

Thanks again Broadhembury, you have an amazing campsite.

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