Alberta Holiday Park is a treasure for holiday goers, and one of the most popular sites in Kent. The park is situated in the beautiful seaside town of Whitstable, and the beach is on the doorstep of this terrific resort. Alberta Holiday Park is the site of many owned holiday homes, with many more available for hire.
The park features a heated fun pool, so you and the children can enjoy a splash around or chill out at the poolside and read a book, magazine, or anything else to kick back and relax.
A comfortable lounge bar is just the place to enjoy a quiet drink with friends and family. There is also Sky TV. For a little more excitement, the family entertainment complex offers live acts and shows every evening of the week. In the summer months, the park is a great location for a barbecue, and why not invite the occupants of the neighbouring holiday homes and make an occasion of it.
Whitstable Castle is one of the main attractions in the area and definitely a place you should visit during your stay here. The Castle has a grand gatehouse, bell tower, and stunning gardens that are often open to music events and festivals.
Harbour Street in Whitstable, dedicated to pedestrians in summer, is a place where you will find modern individual shops beneath uneven roofs of buildings that have barely changed in over a hundred years. Craft and gift shops, galleries, fashion shops and delis are interspersed with butchers and bakers. Cafés, pubs - there’s one on the beach - and restaurants are sure to meet every taste and the ever so tasty oyster is supreme in Whitstable.
There is a lot of events going around and many attractions worth visiting.
Whether you use your stay at Alberta Holiday Park to explore the beach and Whitstable on your doorstep or explore the rest of Kent – ‘The Garden of England’ – you will never be short of great experiences to enjoy.
- Entertainment Venue: disco, karaoke, competitions, live shows etc.
- Kids Club for 5 - 14 years olds
- The Bar is family-friendly and has also Sky TV
Situated on the North Kent Coast, part of the Garden of England with Whitstable and Herne Bay both only a few miles away. The beach holds a blue flag. Whitstable is a working harbour with fresh fish and seafood market. The town's famous oysters can be sampled from several restaurants. Charming shops offer local art and crafts. Only a few miles inland is Canterbury, a city which dates back to medieval times with many buildings and streets still remaining, giving a fascinating view of past times. Bel Harry Tower, 500 years old, stands over one of the world's greatest cathedrals, Mother church of the Anglican faith. These are just a few of the attractions in Kent's heritage country, a feast of things to do
Other great ideas for great days out include:
- Old Macdonalds Farm
- Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway
- Canterbury Ghost Tours
- Bumble Beez Family Entertainment Centre
- Kent Life
- Dickens World
- Chislehurst Caves
- Wylands Angling Centre
- Action Watersports
- Canterbury Tales
And many more!
There is a lot of events going on every month in Whitstable, e.g. Wedding Fayre, Birdwatching Trip, Christmas Market, Fire Walking etc.
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