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Yew’ll love the location of this family-friendly Kent park (formerly Yew Tree Park), in a top spot for sightseeing England’s south-east as well as la belle France: Yew Tree Park in east Kent is 4.5 miles from historic Canterbury, ten miles from the Kent beaches of Hythe, Folkestone and Deal – and has the Eurotunnel within 20 minutes’ drive. (Ferries are within 35 minutes if you prefer to be a passenger by le foot.)
Even if you’re just sticking to Kent, Yew Tree Park is in a prime place as a base to scout out the county’s history, heritage, coast and countryside, as it’s in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, overlooking the Chartham Downs with countryside and woodland walks, horse-riding and quiet country lanes for cycling all close by.
It’s also an easy drive from here to cracking Kent days out like downing oysters at Whitstable, going wild at Wingham, Howletts and Port Lympe wildlife parks, and stepping back in time to toga times at Lullingstone Roman Villa and Canterbury’s Roman Museum. (But do nip across to France if poss, for duty-free and cheese.)
On site, bring along your tourer or tent: tent pitches are either level or gently sloping and the touring park has mostly level pitches in a sheltered part of the park. The well-kept amenities include loos and shower blocks, laundry room, dishwashing area, wifi and a children’s play area.
The Chequers Inn pub is just outside Yew Tree Park for pub grub and takeaway, and a farm shop selling stacks of fresh local produce is about half a mile away.
Tourist board rating
We are a quiet park and only accept bookings from families and adult couples.
Check availability at Canterbury Fields Holiday Park…
Max. persons: 6x
Dimensions: Max 9.0m x 9.0m (29.5ft x 29.5ft)
Ground type: Grass
Trailer tents are not allowed on this pitch.