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Broadhembury Caravan & Camping Park

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Action-packed family holiday or relaxing adults’ break? Have either at the award-winning Broadhembury Caravan and Camping Park, a campsite of two halves near Ashford with separate areas for families and adults-only campers - and where kids go free for two-night weekend bookings.

Said kids can whirl around the play areas, which are set well back from pitches and the park roads; there’s a separate playground for the under-sevens as well as a roomy sports field and a games room for when the weather’s less than kind. For the sprogless, the couples’ area The Meadows is the most peaceful part of the park: sit back here and watch the somewhat spectacular sunsets over this part of the world, or look out for the local rabbits, hares and badgers. Stargazing’s a nocturnal option from here too, as lighting is kept to a minimum on the park.

Whether staying in the family section or The Meadows, there are spotless and up to date amenities close to hand all year round, with centrally heated shower and loo blocks, a family bathroom, babies’ room and an en-suite block for wheelchair users or guests with impaired mobility.

Cooking your own food? Broadhembury has a campers’ kitchen for the use of all guests, and a herb garden to sprinkle samples into your dinner; there’s also a shop on site selling essentials and a large Tesco a few minutes’ drive away. All this, and dogs are allowed too.

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We do not accept single sex bookings or group bookings via

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Party:2 adults


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Age brackets: infants (0-5); children (6-16); adults (17+).


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Terms and conditions

Please read the park terms and conditions below and the terms and conditions.

Bookings can only be accepted for families and couples, and are not normally accepted from persons under the age of 18. We do not accept single sex bookings, or group bookings via

Should your booking not be available for any reason beyond our control, your money will be refunded in full, but you will have no further claim against us.

Please note that your property is brought onto the park at your own risk and we can accept no responsibility for loss or damage however caused.

We reserve the right of admission at all times, and the right to terminate the stay of any person if this is considered to be in the best interest of other visitors to the park.

Anyone visiting you must report to reception and park where shown. You are welcome to have day visitors – maximum of five persons for up to five hours, after which there is a charge of £5 per couple or £8 per family. Day visitors must leave the park by 9pm.

No commercial or panel vans are allowed onto the park – we can arrange alternative parking with notice.

We are fortunate that Broadhembury Holiday Park is so popular with considerate people. To keep it so, we ask that all our visitors observe the following simple rules. If they do not, we reserve the right to ask them to leave.

Please use the play area provided. No ball games on park please. Play areas close at 10pm.

Children must ride slowly in clockwise direction ans be aware of pedestrians. Skateboards not permitted.

Avoid excessive noise at all times but in particular between 11pm and 8am.

Caravan alarms must automatically stop after 20 minutes regardless of power cuts or other factors.

Dogs are welcome, but must be kept on leads at all times. Please use the exercise area provided. Do not leave your dog unattended at any time. Certain breeds are not accepted. Dogs not allowed in building or playgrounds.

Children must not be left unattended on the park. Any problems caused, or damage done by minors, will be the responsibility of the parents or guardians.