This dramatic cliff-top Club Site is an ideal base to explore the villages and coastline of Kent. The site is on Folkestone Warren, a Local Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest with nature trails and family activities throughout the year. It overlooks a shingle beach that is terrific for families, birdwatchers, sea anglers and walkers. You can walk into Folkestone or Dover using the footpath from site. The former has a cobbled High Street, harbour, promenade and variety of shops and places to eat. Also nearby is Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, Mansion and Gardens. As well as its world famous white cliffs, Dover is home to a castle that dates back to Roman times. You can also take a day trip to France by ferry or Channel Tunnel. Non-members welcome.Open from:
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The town of Folkestone has a cobbled High Street, working harbour, promenade and a good selection of places to eat.
Folkestone Warren – home to the Club Site – is a Local Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest with nature trails and family activities throughout the year.
Day trips to France are available by ferry or using the Channel Tunnel.
The Royal Military Canal begins near Folkestone and passes through the lovely Cinque Ports of Hythe and Rye.
Lower Leas coastal path is part of the National Cycle Network.
The area’s history during the Second World War is marked at the Battle of Britain Memorial at Capel-le-Ferne and the Kent Battle of Britain Museum at Hawkinge.
Howletts Wild Animal Park is home to the UK’s largest family of elephants and includes a Walk with Lemurs feature.
Walk into Folkestone or Dover using the footpath from the site.
Dover Castle dates back to Roman times and also holds the tunnels used by Churchill in the planning of the Dunkirk evacuation of the Second World War.
The world’s smallest public railway runs from Hythe to Dungeness.
Inland are the pretty Cinque Ports of Kent and the medieval town of Cranbrook with its working windmill.
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