The county of Kent is known for its picturesque countryside and in the heart of this beautiful landscape is the perfect place to stay, the five-star Thriftwood Holiday Park which offers camping, holiday hire and touring, and allows your animals to come along too.
Thriftwood was voted one of the best sites for campers in the Top 100 Sites Guide 2014, compiled by Caravan Sitefinder with Practical Caravan and Practical Motorhome magazines, for its grand facilities, great family friendly atmosphere and its location that makes it driving distance from Sevenoaks, Maidstone and Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Thriftwood Holiday Park is a great campsite for experienced campers and newcomers, too. The fully equipped site boasts every essential for an enjoyable stay including hard and grass pitches with electric hook-ups, seasonal pitches, free Wi-Fi, caravan storage gold cassoa award, well cut grass throughout the year, centrally heated toilet blocks with free showers, a private family shower, wheelchair access to an individual disabled toilet and shower, hair dyers, dishwashing sinks, a laundry room, fresh water outlets, a chemical disposal point, tourist information, Calor Gas sale, CCTV, street lights and more.
The high standard on-site facilities mean that there is something for everyone to keep your family entertained including a fully licensed bar that is the perfect place to relax in the sun or hide from the rain, while listening to Thriftwood's planned live entertainment that is available throughout the year.
The campsite's heated swimming pool that is open (seasonally) is always a winner with the children. And if that doesn’t entertain them an adequate amount, there is always the Game Zone which holds great classics including air hockey, ride on machines, coin drops, fruit machines, driving games, pick 'em up games and shooting games.
Or you could take the family around Thriftwood woodland walk that consists of eight acres of ancient woodland. If you’re lucky, during a quiet evening wander you will catch a glimpse of wild rabbits, pheasants or even the resident owl.
Near the woodland walk is the play park suitable for younger children with facilities such as slides, swings and climbing frames, and even a bench or two on which the adults can rest and unwind. There is also a convenient shop that has a great range of products for your everyday needs.
If you have managed to explore Thriftwood's grand facilities and want to see what’s nearby, why not watch motorsport at Brands Hatch or visit Leeds Castle, Canterbury Cathedral, the neo-classical Belmont House or even experience the world famous shopping centres of Bluewater and Lakeside.