Tanner Farm Touring Caravan & Camping Park

5.0 stars out of 2 review

Offers available
For Best of British loyalty card holders - 50p per night off pitch fees except July, August and bank holidays
Open
All year
Contact
Location
Marden, Kent, South East England, TN12 9ND
(Location map)
36
Motorhome pitches
(£15.90 - £29.95)
120
Touring pitches
(£15.90 - £29.95)
20
Tent pitches
(£21.40 - £29.95)
12
Serviced pitches
(£20.40 - £31.95)
No
Seasonal pitches
Pitches
Motorhome pitches36£15.90-£29.95
Touring pitches120£15.90-£29.95
Tent pitches20£21.40-£29.95
Serviced pitches12£20.40-£31.95
Seasonal pitches

Glamping
Camping pods2£30.00-£45.00
Tipis
Yurts
Wigwams
Safari tents
Bell tents
Karsten tents
Gypsy caravans
Shepherd huts

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Chalets
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Tanner Farm Touring Park is a peaceful holiday park, surrounded by arable farmland and young orchards. One of the most popular caravan and campsites in Kent, Tanner Farm makes the most of its location, with the unspoilt rural surroundings making it an inspirational destination for the whole family.

The park is open all year, and there are 120 touring pitches available on site, all of which benefit from electric hook ups, with water and drainage hook ups accessible and situated throughout the site. Tanner Farm Park is a place that a great deal of local wildlife calls home, and in addition the many birds and others that roam free, the site also has lambs and piglets from Easter to September.

Two large children’s play areas mean that there is always something to keep youngsters entertained, and an on-site shop means you will always be able to get your hands on any essentials that you may need.

While Tanner Farm Park is a brilliant destination in its own right, it is perhaps its central Kent location that gives access to the rest of the county that really helps it to stand out. The beautiful towns of Tonbridge and Royal Tunbridge Wells are within easy reach, while the whole of the Kent and Sussex coast can be reached within the hour.

Hastings and Eastbourne are particularly popular destinations for holidaymakers, with the latter also sitting at the end of the famed South Downs National Park, for those looking for a place to explore dense woodland and even more wildlife.

A drive to Dover and a day trip to France is also an intriguing prospect, while the motorway network can take you to popular shopping destinations and the rural areas of Greater London should you wish to explore these.

More about the parkHide
  • Pets allowed
  • Disabled access
  • Family park
  • 2 Camping pods
  • 2 Children's play area(s)
  • 120 Electric hook-ups
  • 36 Water hook-ups
  • 12 Drainage hook-ups
  • LPG stockist
  • 2 Sanitary block(s)
  • 1 Laundry
  • 1 Shop
  • Visitor parking
  • Wireless internet
  • Chemical disposal point
  • Washing up facilities

Recreation/TV room
Ice block freezing facilities
Reception
Tourist information

Location


Tanner Farm Touring Caravan & Camping Park (www)

Goudhurst Road
Kent, South East England
United Kingdom
TN12 9ND

Directions

To find us when travelling from:

M25 Dartford crossing: To avoid Maidstone continue round M25 to Junct 5 and follow signs to Hastings A21 South. –2.5miles past roundabout at the end of the dual carriageway (junct B2160) fork left on to A262 (sign Ashford & Goudhurst). 3 miles Goudhurst, turn left by Vine PH on to B2079. 3 miles Park entrance on left.

M25 from the west side: Leave M25 Junction 5 A21 and follow signs to Hastings A21 South. –2.5miles past roundabout at the end of the dual carriageway (junction B2160) fork left on to A262 (sign Ashford & Goudhurst). 3 miles Gouhurst turn left by Vine PH on to B2079 3 miles Park ent on left.

From South on A21:- Turn right ½ mile past Lamberhurst onto A262 then as from M25. Please note B2079 from A21 to Goudhurst is not suitable for caravans.

Through Tunbridge Wells on A264:- Follow signs for Pembury, A21 Hastings and then as from M25.

From East on A262:- On entering Goudhurst fork right by Chequers public house onto B2084 one mile turn right onto B2079 thenas from A21.

From North through Maidstone:- Follow A229 south through Loose, Linton down steep hill just after Stile Bridge Inn, fork right onto B2079 to Marden. At-Junct. in Marden turn right (still B2079) 3 Miles Park entrance on right.

Nearby attractions

  • Fishing [5 km]
  • Golf [16 km]
  • Horse Riding [16 km]
  • Sailing [24 km]
  • Swimming (Indoor) [16 km]
  • Internet Access
  • TV Room

We are an ideal base for visiting the many attractions in the region including National Trust properties, beautiful gardens, museums and much more! There is a wealth of choice of local pubs and restaurants.

The south coast is only a short trip away with Camber Sands and Hastings being very popular with families.

Our grounds and the surrounding area in 'The Garden of England' offer outstanding natural beauty with each season holding a special charm; from Springtime blossom and young frolicking lambs, the harvest in summer, and fruit and hop-picking in the Autumn. Even the mists and winter weather have their own beauty in this region.

The park shop has an extensive range of tourist information with so much on offer you'll have to extend your stay!

National Trust properties/gardens, Leeds Castle, Go Ape/Bedgebury Pinetum, Bewl Water

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Kent

5.0 stars

We visited this site at the end of September this year. It was one of the most enjoyable camp sites that we have stayed at. The park is exceptionally clean and very well maintained, the showers and washing facilities are second to none, even down to the fresh flowers on the vanity basins. We have two dogs and the site has beautiful walks along the river and through fields of corn and there are also woodland walks to enjoy. There are play areas provided for the children and farm animals to visit. The park provides both hard standing and grass pitches of a generous size, mostly with electrical hook ups and mains water. The shop although small, caters for all the basic needs. A delightful location with an abundance of wildlife including rabbits, squirrels and many rare species of birds, all adding to the overall enjoyment of this superbly, peaceful camp site. This is certainly well worth a visit and you will want to stay again. Tanner Farm Touring Caravan & Camping Park, Marden, Kent

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