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Neals Place Farm

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An apple a day... or perhaps a glass of juice sourced from the trees encircling your pitch? Reconnect with your core values in the apple orchards of Neals Place Farm, where you can clear a woolly head by chatting to the sheep in the neighbouring field.

This is a small, friendly site on a working farm, offering tourer and motorhome pitches with electricity and water, plus a field for tents (water only). The facilities are good (showers, loos, chemical disposal points and washing machine and tumble dryer available, plus the farm shop selling apple-related goodies), but Canterbury is on the doorstep for any other facilities visitors might need. Dogs on the lead are welcome.

Disabled access is available to the showers and toilets and there's even a disabled scooter available!

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There are no facilities for washing dishes. All dishes must be washed at your pitch and not in showers or toilets.

Depart: (2 nights)
Party:2 adults


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Age brackets: infants (0-2); children (3-17 ); adults (18+).


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Terms and conditions

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

One car per pitch. Any other vehicles to be parked in the car park area at all times. Visitors must park in car park area only.

Dogs to be kept on lead at all times. No more than two dogs per caravan or tent.

No loud music.

Showers are operational 24 hours per day. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied whilst using the showers.

There is a 10mph speed limit in operation on site.

We now operate a recycling system. All rubbish is to be put into black plastic sacks provided and put into rubbish bins when full. Any glass must be put into the green and red bins provided throughout the site and not in the black bin bag.