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Hawthorn Farm boasts 27 acres of outstanding beauty and has been expertly landscaped including the planting of thousands of trees.
Situated in the pretty village of Martin Mill. Enjoy quiet peaceful walks, relax in the typical village pub and its having its own railway station, makes this ideal location for the holiday home owner.
The coastline is never very far away, with safe beaches, magnificent cliffs, wildlife havens and miles of seaview walks.
So Whether you prefer peaceful settings or a fun packed seaside town, there is something to provide enjoyment for every age group in Kent.
FacilitiesUp to overview
- Pets allowed
- Disabled access
- Family park
- 112 Electric hook-ups
- LPG stockist
- Sanitary block(s)
- Take away food
- Wireless internet
- Chemical disposal point
- Washing up facilities
On site cafe/takeaway
On site Shop
Calor Gas available
Shower & Wc's
AccommodationUp to overview
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Nearby attractionsUp to overview
Discover stories of smuggling, ancient customs and Royal courtships. Visit England's two oldest cathedrals at Canterbury and Rochester and of course Leeds Castle, "The loveliest castle in the world," - according to Lord Conway, - near Maidstone.
Nearby recreationUp to overview
- Horse Riding
- Swimming (Indoor)
- Water Sports
Hawthorn Farm ReviewsUp to overview
21 Jul 2005
Practical Motorhome Independent Site Reviews.
This park is situated about three miles from the port of Dover, and is used by motorcaravanners as stopover point for the ferry terminal. From Dover, Hawthorn Farm is the closest site to the terminal, which ensures its popularity with visitors from both sides of the Channel. But many miss the opportunity to experience the attractions that the surrounding area has to offer in their rush to France and beyond.
The park is owned and operated by Keat Farm Parks, which operates a string of parks in the surrounding area. This particular site is a member of the ‘Best of British' parks group, and is open from the beginning of March to the end of October.
Set in 28 acres of landscaped grounds, there is a feeling of space for visitors to enjoy, with separate areas for caravans and motorcaravans, and the site's static caravans.
Visitors can go to London by train from Martin Mill station, which is close to the park - the downside of this being the noise from the hourly service passing close to the site. However, residents are compensated with the pristine, heated, toilet and shower facilities and copious amounts of free hot water. A separate key-operated facility is available for any disabled visitors who come to the site.
Some hardstanding pitches are available, but most standard pitches are laid out in individual terraces bordered by trees.
There is no children's playground, but the site boasts a fast-food-style café serving home-made cuisine, to give mum that much deserved break from the 'van's cooking facilities without having to leave the park.
A handy tourist information room allows campers to plan the day's activities in the area, and the site shop provides the basic necessities, including bread and milk. It serves hot and cold meals, too.
There is a card-operated security barrier at the entrance to the park, giving peace of mind for the site's inhabitants.
21 May 2005
Practical Caravan Top Sites for Castles May 2005
Hawthorn Farm is around three miles from the port of Dover, and is used by many as a stopping-off point on their way to and from the ferry. But many holidaymakers heading for the Continent miss the attractions nearby.
This park is owned by Keat Farm Parks, which operates a string of parks in the surrounding area. This particular site is
a member of the ‘Best of British’ group of parks and is set in 28 acres of landscaped grounds. Not far away is Martin Mill station, where visitors can get trains to London that pass hourly.
Clean, heated sanitary buildings provide showers with copious amounts of free
hot water. There is also a separate,
key-operated disabled facility available. Some hardstanding pitches are available, with the majority being laid out in individual terraces bounded by trees.
The site has a popular fast-food café.
A handy tourist information room allows you to plan the day’s activities in the area, and the on-site shop provides basic necessities. A card-operated barrier at the entrance bolsters security. There is a refundable deposit for the card.
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