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Seaview Holiday Park ( Park Holidays Uk)
St Johns Road
Kent   (Browse area)
Tel: 01227 207107  or  0343 178 7070
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Pitches: 200
Open: 22/03 To 03/11

Rating: Average Review Score: 7/10 from 60 Reviews
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Who's it for
 Families Welcome   Not Members Only   No Rallies   Not Naturist Site 
 Dogs Welcome   No Dogs Allowed   Groups Welcome   Motorbikers Welcome 
 Toilet Facilities   Hot Showers   Washing Up   No Bathroom 
 Baby Changing Facilities   Laundry On Site   Drinking Water   Disabled Friendly 
 Chemical Disposal   No Battery Charging   Gas Exchange   Recycling Facilities 
 No Kitchen Facilities   No Freezer / Fridge   No Motorhome Point 
 Shop On Site   Bar On Site   Restaurant On Site   Wifi Access 
 Kids Playground   TV Room   Games Room   Evening Entertainment 
 Fishing 1 mile   Wild Swimming 1 mile   No Indoor Pool   Outdoor Pool On Site 
 No Horse Riding   No Cycle Hire   No Golf   Tennis 5 miles 
 Beach 1 mile   Watersports 1 mile   No Boat Launch 
Other Features
 Sea Views   Not Working Farm   No Campfires Allowed   Not Open All Year 
 No Waterside Pitches   Public Transport   Offroad Dog Walk On Site or Direct Access 

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Date of Visit: May 2019 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Nights stayed: 2 Travelling as:  Retired couple
Reviewer: Damaca 30 reviews from this member

Went for a weekend with our 3 year old grandson. This site is probably the most expensive we have stayed at in the UK, but very far from the best. There is a medium sized touring area adjacent to a very large area of static caravans and small chalets.

Just over the perimeter wall is a traffic-free promenade (but watch out for speeding cyclists !) and access to a pebble beach, nice for swimming/paddling when the tide is in and for beachcombing when it's out. A traditional ice cream man with a bike and a handbell cycles up and down the promenade.

There's a good playground and a very large football/playing field.

The toilet/shower block is modern, quite clean (although lacking in any mop or squeegee with which guests could clean up after them), and (a rare complaint !) with showers that are actually too hot - the temperature can't be changed by the user. Entrance to the block is by means of one of those annoying passcodes.

The small swimming pools are very suitable for children (not for adults) and the timed entry sessions are a good way of preventing people from hogging it, although the staff were not up to the job of properly monitoring attendance.

However 4 major criticisms would mean that we will not be returning. The grassy touring area was covered in small bits of litter, including broken glass and (2 bits very near our pitch) dog poo. There were also several small filled black bags, presumably containing dog poo, blowing about. There were 2 larger piles of litter, attracting flies, near the 2 exits to the promenade, but within the site. We didn't see any staff attempting to clean up the site while we were there, although one or two employees were regularly moving or emptying the site's large wheelie bins.

The hard-standing pitches, and some of the site paths, were made of large sized stones and clinker, uncomfortable to walk on and ugly to look at.

Our particular hard standing pitch, and the others next to us, were right next to an access road to the static/chalet area which meant a constant stream of vehicles passing too fast close to us all the time. This meant we couldn't allow our grandchild to play freely near our pitch.

And the service was poor. Staff behind the bar were often chatting to each other and had to be chivvied to attend to customers, meaning queues were unnecessarily long. A person in reception ignored me when I went in with a question and continued chatting on the telephone.

Date of Visit: May 2019 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Nights stayed: 1 Travelling as:  Mature couple
Reviewer: Sandradyer 2 reviews from this member

Nice over night stay. Bargain last minute booking @£11 night for a non electric pitch. Lovely view of the sea and 1 min from the beach.

45 min walk to whitstabe, 15 min cycle.

Didn't use any facilities apart from toilet/showers which were clean and modern.
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Date of Visit: August 2018 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Matt94 28 reviews from this member

We stayed at Seaview over the bank holiday weekend in our touring caravan.

Even though we had been before, we were escorted to our pitch by a very polite staff member on a bicycle.

We went with friends and the site place us next to each other.

The site was full and was reasonable quiet; I understand there were a few disturbances in the camping area, but none on the electric pitches.

There is now a new toilet and shower block, that was kept clean, but the showers were not very good, you push the button and sometimes water came out other times it was just a dribble, my wife said it was the same in the ladyís showers so we ended up using the shower in the caravan.

Our children and grandchildren came down for a visit on the Saturday and we were surprised that there werenít many people in the pool, my wife asked for wrist bands and was given some for the next session.

We didnít eat in the club, but our friends went in there for a breakfast but had to wait 45 minutes.

The site is situated in a fantastic position, right next to the beach, and between Whitstable and Herm Bay, with plenty of takeaways near by.

Date of Visit: June 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Matt94 28 reviews from this member

We arrive at Seaview on 11th May for 3 nights and paid £66.

The site now only have pitches on the beach side, the pitches next to the original shower block are now going to have statics on, there are 2 porta cabins on the beach side and do not look very attractive, but they were clean and usable, there are only 4 showers so if the site is busy 4 showers wonít be enough, you can still use the original shower block but it is a bit of a trek, we were told that the porta cabins were only a temporary measure and a new toilet/shower block will be built later, it will be interesting to see how long this takes.

The touring pitches are hard standing and grass for the awning, we stayed last year and there were a lot of new plants and bushes that looked untidy, the site have removed most of these bushes and the area looks much better.

The reception staffs were very friendly and helpful, the pitch they had us booked onto, I preferred another pitch, as the site was only about a 3rd full they moved us.

It`s nice that the beach is just over the sea wall, and you can walk to either Whitstable or Herne Bay.

This time we didnít use the club or the swimming pool, we have used them in the past and all were good

We have booked to go back on August bank holiday, we expect the site to be full.

Date of Visit: August 2016 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Cpjmathieson 5 reviews from this member

Location was great but that is it. The camping field was noisy with music till 1am. The Portaloos were full of feaces and didn't flush. The water point ( one only) was too far from camping field. The shower block was clean but again too far from the camping field. The swimming pool set up was a joke. You are expected to get up at 7am whilst on holiday to book a 45mins swim. It seems the campers are an afterthought and not catered for. On the video on the website was a play area with tunnels etc that my son wanted to play on but it didn't exist. The price paid for 2 nights didn't reflect what we received. This was our first visit to Park Holidays we usually go to Park Resorts. It left us with a negative opinion of Park Holidays

Date of Visit: June 2016 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Jvan 1 review from this member

We found the smaller touring section to be weedy and unkempt although a pleasant flower bed brightened up the area - pity about straggly weeds along the fence. The showers and toilet blocks are generally clean, but dingy looking and need updating. The grass touring area is only served by portaloos and are quite a way from the only other block. The young man on reception was friendly, helpful and welcoming, not so the lady in the shop. We didn't use the pool or club.

The site is well placed for sea-front walks and a good bus service passes the end of the site approach. These are the bonus points.

Date of Visit: October 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Matt94 28 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 childrenís 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 45 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 didnít 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 Ďplayí 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 siteís 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 wasnít 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 4 reviews 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.

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