New Beach Holiday Park

Dymchurch, Kent

3.0 stars out of 5 reviews

Open from
23rd March 2020 - 2nd November 2020
Dymchurch, Kent, South East England, TN29 0JX
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05 Aug 2020
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Come to New Beach for everything that's great about a family caravan holiday by the sea. Our Park is located between Dymchurch and Hythe near famous Romney on the beautiful Kent coast in the heart of the Garden of England. Whether you like peace and quiet or loads of entertainment, there’s no better place than New Beach.

Enjoy fantastic facilities, such as a full size indoor heated swimming pool, kids’ club with Loopy Rabbit, café, takeaway and a large entertainment complex with a bar which offers a variety of family fun! New Beach has recently undergone a huge refurbishment, we're sure you'll love our new improvements!

You will also have access to local attractions including Kidz Planet, Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, Biddenden Vineyard & Cider Works, Port Lympe Wild Animal Park, Dover Castle, Action Watersports, Yesterdays World, The Hop Farm, Wylands Angling Centre, Go Ape! Some of which we even have exclusive discounts for.

New Beach Holiday Park is one of 31 great parks from Park Holidays UK. You can see much more details and photographs plus lots of offers on our website.

More about the parkHide
  • Disabled access
  • Family park
  • Pets allowed
  • Children's play area(s)
  • Laundry
  • Shop
  • Swimming pool(s)
  • Take away food
  • Visitor parking
  • Wireless internet
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Cafe
  • Club house

• Entertainment Venue: karaoke, discos, competitions, live shows
• Amusement Centre
• Kids' Club for 5-14 year olds
• Family Bar with Sky TV


New Beach Holiday Park (www)

Hythe Road
Kent, South East England
United Kingdom
TN29 0JX


* Follow the M20 motorway (signposted Ashford, Channel Tunnel, Dover).
* Leave the M20 at junction 11 (signposted Canterbury), then at roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the B2068 (signposted Hastings, Hythe).
At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Ashford Road - A20.
* Continue forward onto Ashford Road. Entering Newingreen, at T-junction turn left onto Hythe Road - A261 (signposted Hythe).
* Continue forward onto London Road - A261.
* Enter Hythe and at traffic signals continue forward onto Scanlons Bridge Road - A2008.
* Turn right onto Dymchurch Road A259, continue on and New Beach is on the right-hand side.

Nearby attractions

  • Beach
  • Golf
  • Swimming (Indoor)
  • Internet Access
  • Games Room
  • TV Room

Romney-Hythe-Dymchurch miniature railway. The white cliffs of Dover (20 miles). Golf Zoo and wildlife parks Fishing Vineyard tours (15 miles). Farmhouse teas Cinque ports of Lydd and Rye. Day trips to France from Dover (20 miles) and Folkestone (15 miles)

There is also quite a few places worth visiting:
- Kidz Planet
- Diggerland
- Go Ape!
- Chislehurst Caves
- Wylands Angling Centre
- The Hop Farm
- Yesterdays World
- Port Lympne Wild Animal Park
- Dover Castle
- Leeds Castle
- Biddenden Vineyard

and many more

In the local area, there is a few festivals, various markets, car boot sales and different events over the year.



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Overall rating

3.0 stars

Based on 4 review(s)

1.0 stars

If you are going to this caravan site make sure you have your camera to record any problems and conversations you may have with staff, as in our case they accused us of lying after confirming our complaint.

New beach holiday park have showers that have safety features that can be overridden by children causing burns!

Six members of my family and I booked in for the Easter weekend. During our stay one of the children revived burns while in the shower. The temperature shot up suddenly and reached scalding temperature almost instantly. After reporting the incident to their staff and having them confirm that the shower was faulty, We were surprised that a adult member of the family was also burnt the next day.

After we returned home the staff denied knowing about the fault and have now blamed us for the accident.

As stated by their management :
“ On the shower tap itself there is a red button which is in standard on most UK shower fittings; this is provided as a safety mechanism to prevent all users, and in particular children, from turning the controls to a higher temperature without considering the potential heat level when by-passing this safety feature. There is also a warning sticker in the bathroom showing that the water coming from any of the taps and shower can be hot. As we have now had the shower thermostat fully checked and confirmed as functioning correctly, we can only presume that the child in your party by-passed the shower unit’s safety feature resulting in him releasing hotter water than the normal controlled temperature.”
(General manager New Beach Park Holidays)

We got this answer after chasing up their head office and CEO because the park did not seem interested.


3.0 stars

Great time family enjoyed the facilities and entertainment lots of things to do locally will re-visit stayed in a static caravan and enjoyed the stay staff very helpful and local area is fantastic lots of historic locations to visit and easy access to the sea, no driving around the park so very safe for the children


4.0 stars

On arriving at New Beach the only thing that was a bit confussing was the entry sign to the touring park. Needs to be made clearer as myself and several other tourers tried going in the main entrance (bad move if you can't reverse) I was lucky didn't actualy make the turn. On site was great lovely welcome and very helpful not only on arriving but through out the entire week-end. The facilities and entertainment also very good. Could do with a bit more hanging space in the showers but clean hot and FREE. Needs a bit more waste water outlets. Thank you for great week-end look forward to visiting again from one very experieced caravaner.


4.0 stars

We have recently visited as a tourer caravan August 08. Site in good location and friendly staff. On site toilets poor but swimming pool and club facilities are excellent.The sea is just across the road.Overall an excellent location for touring around kent.Plenty of local attractions and a must see light railway.Trip goes all the way to Dungeness light house for little expense.
New Beach Holiday Park, Dymchurch, Kent

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