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Visitor Reviews - Seaview Holiday Park ( Park Holidays Uk )

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Seaview Holiday Park ( Park Holidays Uk )
St Johns Road
Kent   (Browse area)
CT5 2RY   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01227 207107

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Pitches: 153 Basic, 42 Electric, 25 super pitches, 5 Static
Open: March To End Of October

Rating: Average Review Score: 7/10 from 54 Reviews
              7/10 from 54 Reviews

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Date of Visit: October 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Matt94 24 reviews from this member

We stayed at Seaview in our touring caravan on Thursday 15th October for 5 nights; there were 6 other caravan/motor homes on the site that weekend, I have used this site a few times over the years, mainly out of season, we paid £62 which I thought was a good price, one evening it rained heavy over night, but the hard standing pitch copped well and the rain water drained away well.

There was no heating on in the shower blocks which made it chilly after a shower, and the showers are the push button type, I have to agree with the other comments that there could do with a stool in the shower to put things on.

2 mornings I had a cooked breakfast in the club that cost £6 each time, at first it seemed a reasonable price for a coffee and orange juice, 2 slices of bread and a cooked breakfast, but when the breakfast turned up, there was one egg, one sausage, one slice of bacon, 2 tinned tomatoes and some beans so not a large breakfast but ok, it was nice and hot though.

One afternoon I had a lunch in the club, I had a madras curry and rice with a naan bread for £8, again the meal was on the small side, but tasted fine. Kronenbourg was £3. 75 which is cheaper than I'm used to paying so I was happy.

I had my mountain bike with me; I had pleasant ride to Herne bay along the sea wall, there is a pub half way there so it was a good excuse for a beer rest, you can also travel the opposite way to Whitstable along the sea wall.

We will be using this site again next year as our grandchildren are coming up to 3 and 4 so It will be a perfect site to fetch them as they will appreciate the children’s entertainment, plus the beach right next to the site, and its only 35 miles from home.

Date of Visit: September 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: RoyVaux 44 reviews from this member

Our one night stay on a hard standing pitch with EHU was ok and close to the toilet block. The pitch was level but weedy and whilst surrounded by hundreds of statics there was a nice grass area behind the pitch with a central flowering border. The reception welcome was exceptional but we found the toilet block to be dated and the cubicles small and lacking in shelving/hooks. The shower was also on one of those wretched push buttons to keep it going - not what you expect having spent £25 (including £1 for a dog) for the night.

We did not use the outdoor pool or entertainment block, which looked more like a large shed!

The sea wall was close by and through a large grass area used by non- electric caravans and tents. There are pleasant walks but the beach itself did not appeal. The site shop provided newspapers and fresh bread - useful.

Overall a good stop over but pricey and in need of refurbishment to justify the charges.

Date of Visit: August 2015 Unit:  Static Rating:
Reviewer: HNewman 1 review from this member

This was a family meeting point to celebrate an upcoming 90th birthday.


The staff were friendly and very helpful and we were in our caravan by 14:00 as advertised for the Gold Plus Caravan.


We chose the Gold Plus caravan as we deemed this as being most appropriate and this was recommended for five adults sharing and a toddler. We were a little disappointed with the size of the caravan, due to losing space in the living room area and in the bedrooms. It was the same size as the Silver caravan, but as they only have three bedrooms, the rooms, living area and bathrooms are larger. We hired a high chair which was also in the caravan on our arrival and in good condition. The Gold Plus caravan said that it would come with two bathrooms. Ours had a toilet (with no sink), and then a shower and sink in the other small room. A sink in the toilet room would be highly recommended. The travel (baby) bed we hired was in good condition, but it would not fit in our room- luckily there was a fourth bedroom, however the beds had to be upturned and put to the side to fit the travel bed in. In this case, the Silver Caravan may have been a better option as there was a little more room throughout. I would suggest a little more care and attention to be taken over the cleaning of the caravan and also washing the curtains or replacing with new curtains. Storage was very good.


The clubhouse was always pretty loud. We went in there on arrival while we waited for our caravan. The tea and coffee were not so nice. The ladies toilets were a disgrace, and there was always rubbish all over the floor throughout areas of the clubhouse. We asked on more than one occasion for a bin liner to collect the rubbish. The first time a member of staff did this, on another occasion we had to do it ourselves. It could be recommended that the space between the entertainment/bar and amusement arcade is set up with chairs and tables to be used for families who would prefer to eat their meal in a quieter setting.


Family members had the flexi dine option and felt the food was good for the money. There were many options, and as a gluten free person, there were two meals that I could eat- Jacket Potato and Salad and Cheese Omelette- both lovely. I didn’t inquire about other gluten free meals. Food was of a good quality and good portion sizes. Family members recommend having the main and dessert rather than the starter and main.

Play Area

I was quite disappointed that the only thing for my 18month toddler was a baby swing. The only ‘play’ equipment offered was a large maze of tubes for older children to enjoy. We did however find a nice playground for our 18 month toddler along the beach front, when turning right from the site’s large grassed area, and walking about 20-25 minutes.

Swimming Pool

We only went in once but my toddler seemed to enjoy it and it was beautifully heated. The two joining pools are not so big when many people are in and I would recommend an additional paddling type pool being built with shallow water for the 0-3 year olds, as older children would come in to the pool where babies and toddlers were and this wasn’t so much fun.


Only for information. The beach is right next to the caravan park however this is a pebble beach and not a sand beach. Margate is a short 30minute drive away with good access for parking, and has the most beautiful sandy beach.

Date of Visit: April 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Greatskua 1 review from this member

We were unsure what to expect from a touring site within a large holiday complex with many mobile homes. Usually the touring park is a poor relation and the site is overpriced. Happily this is not the case with Seaview. The reception us professional, the site is clean, tidy and well organised and the loo/shower block is good (very clean but lacking a stool or seat for storing clothes during a shower). The price was £16/night for a motorhome for two people plus a dig incl. Electric hook up - which seems reasonable. The location is about 200 metres from the sea which is terrific. The site is a 2. 5 mile walk along the sea front to Whitstable. The site has a shop and a restaurant. We used the shop but not the restaurant. A large Sainsbury's is only a few mins drive from the site. We visited in the low season and the large area of grass that sits between the main site and the sea isn't used for any camping. However if the open site is covered in tents etc. We are sure that the ambiance will change, and not for the better. So this site may be great for low season, but possibly best avoided in the high season.

Date of Visit: September 2014 Unit:  Trailer Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Mancha 6 reviews from this member

Nice flat pitch's separated by a fence or hedge. Tidy clean site with kids ans adult entertainment, bar and food available on site with local restaurants within walking distance. Reception staff very helpful and with plenty of local knowledge. 2 minuets to the beach but the site has an outdoor pool. Toilet and shower block clean but as some people like to flood the floor when they wash could do with leaving a floor squeezey handy. The only downside I found was the shower cubicles could do with a stool and shelf as there was only 2 small hooks for your cloths, towel and toiletries.

Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Silverseaford 4 reviews from this member

A lovely flat site, within a few seconds walk to the beach. Swimming not allowed though, as mud flats. But still stunning views and paddling to do. The complex is obviously geared up for family holidays, so be prepared for lots of children !


Flat field, brilliant views, flat walk/cycle to either whitstable (lovely) or Herne Bay. Large pitches. Good shop on site. Sainsburys only 5 mins drive away though.


1. Only 1 very dodgy water tap to the edge of the field

2. Toilets - only portaloos in the field not too bad if cleaned but very bad if not emptied (overflowing!) after a very busy and full campsite following whitstable festival and extremely hot. Bit of a health hazard I felt. OK there was access to the holiday park block, but this is a 10 minute walk and not good with children, particularly at night.

3. No showers in field. Shower block only available in main park site.

4. Shower block reasonable, but only 5 ladies showers for the whole of the holiday park (that includes tents, tourers and permanent pitches). Plenty of toilets with hand basins though.

5. No washing up for field - again only available in main park block. It means a trapes through the main park with your washing up - same for clothes washing.

6. We camped on the non-electric field site. If you want electric hook-up with a tent, could be a problem, as the pitches available although a good size, were half grass/hard standing. Great for a camper van/caravan, but not much good for a tent, because 1/2 of it would be on hard standing!

Having said all this, we would visit again, knowing that we know. It is in a lovely situation and we love the area.

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