A peaceful site near Winchelsea Beach, a great location for exploring this historic region. Currently closed until further notice, but will be available in the future.
Just across the road from Seasalter beach, Alberta Holiday Park is situated in a beautiful location on the North Kent coast, with the town of Whitstable only a short drive away.
There's plenty for families to do in and around this friendly park, with an outdoor heated swimming pool, children’s paddling pool, clubhouse, arcade, adventure playground and kids clubs to keep little ones entertained. Relax in the evenings in the entertainment venue with a drink from the bar, or browse the restaurant menu with a takeaway service. The nearby beach is perfect for family fun - the sea is great for swimming or for kids to have a splash in the shallow water at low tide.
A 30-minute walk or 10-minute drive away is the unmissable town of Whitstable. This seaside spot has a local market, working harbour and is filled with quirky independent shops and galleries. Indulge in fresh local cuisine with a rich and varied selection of seafood and try the area's speciality - the famous Whitstable Native Oysters. Explore the bohemian shops filled with antiques, fine art, fashion and craft beers. Visit the museums, galleries, arts centre or walk the heritage trail. Or enjoy traditional fun on the area's many beautiful beaches.
Known as "The Garden of England", Kent is a stunning location for a UK holiday, with award-winning beaches, rolling green hills, nature reserves, historic buildings and fruit-filled orchards. Enjoy seven miles of almost traffic-free cycling along the Crab and Winkle Way between Whitstable and Canterbury, past the RSPB nature reserve which is a 20-minute drive away. A 20-minute drive also takes you to historic Canterbury with its stunning cathedral. The popular coastal resorts of Margate and Ramsgate are around a 30-minute drive away - or if you fancy it you can even take a day trip to France!
Nearest supermarket: 5-minute drive.
A nature lover's paradise, Beauport Holiday Park is a beautiful collection of holiday homes set within acres of tranquil woodland on the outskirts of Hastings. Its excellent location means it is far enough away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life to relax, but close enough to make a great base to explore East Sussex.
As the properties are dotted amongst the trees with their own private gardens, the park has the feel of a little village with a real community atmosphere. Relax with a quiet drink in the luxurious country clubhouse, dine in the restaurant or make use of the excellent entertainment facilities. The park also has a gym, outdoor heated swimming pool and children's play area to enjoy. Sit on the decking overlooking the lake, or explore miles of nature trails and footpaths lined with wildflowers and berries, taking in the 1066 heritage countryside. The nature setting means that a lot of wildlife finds its home here and the park is often visited by animal neighbours such as deer and badgers. There are also two golf courses nearby taking advantage of the unspoilt scenery, plus the Bannatyne Spa Hotel & Health Club next door.
A 10-minute drive away, Hastings is a vibrant town where modern amenities meet history. You can explore the medieval Old Town with its quirky independent shops, bars and restaurants, or enjoy traditional seaside fun at the popular beach with its long promenade, amusements, aquarium and crazy golf. A historic Cinque Port, you can explore the ancient caves used by pirates and smugglers or take a trip to Hastings Castle. For an even deeper dive into history, 8 minutes’ drive away from Beauport is the town of Battle, built around the famous Battle Abbey and battlefield where King Harold fought William the Conqueror in 1066. The ruins and visitors centre provides a fun day out for all the family.
The park is also situated a 10-minute drive from the train station in St Leonards, a unique neighbourhood of independent businesses. 25 minutes’ drive away is Rye, a beautiful old town with its castle, art galleries, quirky shops and quaint cobbled streets. Rye is framed by lovely beaches, with the picturesque Winchelsea Beach on one side and the glorious Camber Sands on the other.
Nearest supermarket: 4-minute drive.
Situated right opposite miles of golden sand, Camber Sands Holiday Park is the perfect spot for a beach getaway in one of the UK's sunniest spots. The park boasts a fantastic range of new facilities, activities and entertainment to suit all the family, in an idyllic location on a picturesque coastline of sand dunes and glittering sea.
The park's many facilities include four indoor swimming pools with a water flume, sauna and spa bath, and a wet outdoor play area. Those feeling adventurous will love the brand new high ropes and climbing wall. Families can enjoy the adventure golf, amusement arcade and sports dome, with kid's clubs, soft play and an adventure playground for little ones.
Relax in the clubhouse after an exciting day with a drink at the bar. Choose from a variety of dishes in the restaurant or fish and chip shop, then sit back and enjoy a live act or stage show in the entertainment complex.
There are plenty of interactive new facilities including an arts and crafts den, outdoor gym trail, and a virtual reality area that will keep teens entertained. Exciting activities include go-karting, Laser Tag, Zorbing, archery, drone piloting and the brand new Bear Grylls Survival Academy. The park even features a dog agility course and play park, so there really is something for every family member.
If the park facilities and glorious beach aren't enough, the Cinque Port of Rye is just a 10-minute drive away, a beautiful town where winding cobbled streets are lined with carefully preserved medieval, Tudor and Georgian architecture featuring quirky independent shops, art galleries, antique stores, pubs, tearooms and restaurants. Rye is also home to a beautiful nature reserve featuring a vast array of rare wildlife and a wide variety of habitats, with Winchelsea Beach a 10-minute drive away on the other side. The popular Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Light Railway and Port Lympne Safari Park are fewer than 30 minutes’ drive to the East, with the vibrant town of Hastings and the historic town of Battle less than 40 minutes’ drive to the West, where the battle between King Harold and William the Conqueror gave 1066 Country its name.
Nearest supermarket: 12-minute drive.
Nestled in a gentle valley amongst 50 acres of woodland, Coghurst Hall Holiday Park is set on the edge of the historic seaside town of Hastings. With a stunning fishing lake, family-friendly facilities and a short drive from the many attractions of East Sussex, Coghurst Hall has something for everyone.
The park boasts a large lake teeming with fish where anglers of all ages can try to catch a monster carp (fishing licence required) or simply relax and unwind in the beautiful scenery. The recently refurbished clubhouse includes a bar and restaurant which provides a takeaway service and evening entertainment, and the new decking and beer garden is perfect for enjoying a drink outside. At nightfall the beer garden is lit by string lights, creating a mellow, intimate atmosphere. The family-friendly facilities include a children’s club, arcade and an indoor heated pool that gives the feel of swimming through underground caves. It’s also an ideal base for exploring the Sussex countryside, with a nature trail and woodland walks.
A 10-minute drive away, Hastings is a vibrant town where modern amenities meet history. You can explore the medieval Old Town with its quirky independent shops, bars and restaurants, or enjoy traditional seaside fun at the popular beach with its long promenade, amusements, aquarium and crazy golf. A historic Cinque Port, you can explore the ancient caves used by pirates and smugglers or take a trip to Hastings Castle. For an even deeper dive into history, 20 minutes’ drive away from Coghurst Hall is the town of Battle, built around the famous Battle Abbey and battlefield where King Harold fought William the Conqueror in 1066. The ruins and visitors centre provides a fun day out for all the family.
The park is also situated a 4-minute drive from the train station in the little village of Three Oaks. 20 minutes’ drive away is Rye, a beautiful old town with its castle, art galleries, quirky shops and quaint cobbled streets. Rye is framed by lovely beaches, with the picturesque Winchelsea Beach on one side and the glorious Camber Sands on the other.
Nearest supermarket: 6-minute drive.
Overlooking the Combe Valley, Combe Haven boasts breathtaking views over both the historic 1066 countryside and the English Channel. This holiday park is set in an idyllic location between a scenic nature reserve and the multicoloured beach huts of the nearby coastline, perfect for nature walks and seaside fun.
There's also something to suit everyone inside the park itself. The huge range of facilities includes a heated indoor and outdoor pool with a Space Bowl flume, four outdoor play areas, an amusement arcade and an all-weather multi-sports court. Those feeling energetic will love to explore the climbing wall, adventure playground, or activities in the indoor SportsDome including roller-skating and archery. When it's time to relax after a long day, the Saxon Family Venue centre has an indoor play area, sports bar, and Live Lounge - the perfect venue for family entertainment with shows, cabaret and discos. The park also has plenty of food and drink venues including the Mash and Barrel restaurant, Papa John's Pizza and Burger King.
There's plenty to explore in the local area, with the beach just a 5-minute drive or 20-minute walk away. The area is full of history, even the beach - if you're lucky, you may spot the shipwreck of the Amsterdam at low tide. After a 10-minute drive down the coast you can admire the famous architecture of the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill, the birthplace of British motor racing. Or a 10-minute drive the other way will take you into the heart of Hastings, a vibrant town where modern amenities meet history. Explore the medieval Old Town with its quirky independent shops, bars and restaurants, enjoy traditional seaside fun at the promenade with amusements and an aquarium, or step back in time and explore the ancient caves used by smugglers or Hastings castle. For an even deeper dive into history, the town of Battle is just beyond Hastings, built around the famous Battle Abbey and battlefield where King Harold fought William the Conqueror in 1066. The ruins and visitors centre provides a fun day out for all the family.
35 minutes’ drive away is Rye, a beautiful old town with its castle, art galleries, quirky shops and quaint cobbled streets. Rye is framed by lovely beaches, with the picturesque Winchelsea Beach on one side and the glorious Camber Sands on the other.
Nearest supermarket: 15-minute walk, 4-minute drive.
New Beach Holiday Park is the perfect spot for a seaside holiday as it's just across the road from a walk along the sea wall and a 15-minute walk away from the area's sandy beaches.
There's plenty of modern facilities having undergone a major refurbishment in 2018. The new entertainment complex stages amazing live shows throughout the holiday season and the amusement arcade provides fun for all the family. Children can be kept entertained by the Segways, kid's club and the adventure playground. Those looking to relax can take a dip in the indoor heated pool or enjoy a drink in the lounge bar next to the super-size TV screens. The Neptune Pub & Carvery and the on-site clubhouse and restaurant provide great food and drink with a takeaway service.
The park is also the perfect base for visiting the area's many tourist attractions, including the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Light Railway, and Port Lympne Safari Park, both just a 10-minute drive away. Explore the historic local coastline, including the amusements at the sandy beach of Dymchurch and the coastal market town of Hythe. Go fishing or boating in the Royal Military Canal or even take a day trip to France with the Eurotunnel a 20-minute drive away.
Less than a 30-minute drive will take you to the scenic headland of Dungeness or the golden sands of Camber, and just beyond is the medieval town of Rye, a beautiful Cinque Port with a nature reserve and quirky independent shops, art galleries, pubs and tearooms.
Nearest supermarket: 5-minute drive.
Set in an exceptional coastal landscape, Rye Harbour Holiday Park is situated alongside the historic harbour, right next to a beautiful nature reserve featuring a vast array of rare wildlife and a variety of habitats.
Following a day out in the brilliant scenery, you can relax with a drink in the bar, watch live evening entertainment, and see what's on offer in the restaurant with a takeaway service available. There's also plenty to do inside the park - unwind in the climate-controlled indoor pool, explore the amusements in the arcade, or enjoy the latest sporting events on the big screen in the clubhouse. There's also a sports field, an adventure playground, and in the summer months children can be kept entertained by fun and games in the kids club.
The neighbouring reserve is perfect for country walks, birdwatching and photography - a nature lover's paradise. There's also watersports, golf, family-friendly farms and Rye Castle just a short drive away.
The surrounding area of Rye is rich with charm and history. Traditional timber-framed buildings look out over rolling hills dotted with fishing lakes, blossom-filled orchards and hop gardens. The Cinque Port of Rye is just one mile away, a beautiful town where winding cobbled streets are lined with carefully preserved medieval, Tudor and Georgian architecture featuring quirky independent shops, art galleries, antique stores, pubs, tearooms and restaurants.
The area boasts stunning beaches, with the glorious Camber Sands just an 18-minute drive away on one side and the picturesque Winchelsea Beach a 10-minute drive on the other. The popular Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Light Railway and Port Lympne Safari Park are around a 30-minute drive away to the East, with the vibrant town of Hastings and the historic town of Battle a 30-minute drive to the West, where the battle between King Harold and William the Conqueror gave 1066 Country its name.
Nearest supermarket: 8-minute drive.
Just a short walk from the beach, against a backdrop of open fields and peaceful countryside, Winchelsea Sands Holiday Park is in an ideal location for exploring this beautiful and historic region. That being said, you don't need to go far to have a memorable holiday - the park is full of fantastic family-friendly facilities to suit all your needs.
The park features an attractive outdoor heated pool, children's play areas and an amusement arcade sure to provide fun for all the family. There is plenty for children to enjoy including an adventure playground and kid's club, plus a variety of activities and entertainment. After a long day exploring, relax with a drink at the bar or a meal at the bistro before settling down in the clubhouse to enjoy some family entertainment, sports on the big screen, or bingo.
Experience beautiful walks in the surrounding countryside or along the peaceful shingle beach, admiring views towards the Fairlight cliffs and the rural High Weald. There are plenty of activities to enjoy including windsurfing which is particularly popular in this area. The area boasts many stunning beaches with the glorious golden sands of Camber less than a 20-minute drive away.
The town of Winchelsea was a medieval port, now landlocked by the shifting coastline. Tour the hidden medieval vaults or visit the church with its beautiful panoramic stained glass windows. Discover the history of Winchelsea in the museum and learn about Old Winchelsea, the 'drowned city' which now lies under the waves of Rye. The area also has plenty of children-friendly farms for a great family day out.
The neighbouring Cinque Ports of Hastings and Rye also make excellent visits. Rye is just a 10-minute drive away, a beautiful medieval town where winding cobbled streets are lined with independent shops, art galleries, pubs and tearooms. The stunning nature reserve is home to a vast array of wildlife and habitats, perfect for walks, birdwatchers and photographers.
20 minutes away by car is the vibrant town of Hastings with its quirky independent shops, bars and restaurants. Explore the medieval Old Town, smugglers caves, and the castle. The neighbouring Battle also provides an exciting day out for all the family, with the famous Battle Abbey built where King Harold fought William the Conqueror in 1066.
Nearest supermarket: 3-minute walk, 1-minute drive.
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