We have plenty of reasons to be proud of our campsites at Fallow Fields. We’re proud of the amazing accommodation we offer, the quality of the food we provide and the variety of activities we offer. It’s also a top priority for us to ensure that, while we give you everything you need – from our lovely new hot showers and our little shop full of camping essentials – that nothing takes priority over the beauty that nature brings.
One of our greatest assets is where we’re located. The Fallow Fields campsites in East Kent benefits from being in exceptional settings. It’s fundamental to the unforgettable experiences we provide. It’s our identity, with each blade of grass or blooming fruit tree helping you to get lost in the stunning ambience and tranquility of the countryside. Our job is to simply provide everything a person could want to best appreciate it.
Our campsite at Selson Farm in East Kent though, is just one part of what makes this part of the country such an amazing place to visit. Best of all for our visitors is the fact that almost everything that makes this area so special is within driving distance of Selson Farm. In fact, thanks to the immense countryside, even the drive to the likes of Dover or Margate – just to give a couple of examples – is part of each adventure.
If you can’t get enough of the gorgeous greenery which we’re gifted with, then the likes of Westgate Gardens in Canterbury is a mesmerising journey of natural wonderment. Speaking of great natural wonders, lets not forget the immense White Cliffs of Dover? It’s the most famous coastal experience close to our campsite East Kent, but one look at the beauty of the golden sands of Botany Bay or Viking Bay Beach should prove that it’s far from the only windswept jewel in the crown of the Kent coast.
East Kent is also an area of great history, filled with lots of classic seaside towns like Margate. These bring back memories of sticks of rocks and candy floss on a sunny day. Alongside these are the many amazing feats of historic architecture like Canterbury Cathedral or Margate Tudor House. For more cultural highlights, there are also great venues like the Marlowe Theatre or Dover Museum. Just as vital are all the amazing little businesses, places to eat and independent highlights which might not ‘make headlines’, but are key in appreciating the individuality of each and every town and coast.
All the parts of East Kent – just like each of the attractions we’ve mentioned here – are individually wonderful things to experience. But all of these things are made even greater as a whole by the incredible diversity of unforgettable memories each element of this truly one of a kind part of the world has to offer. We’re privileged to be part of East Kent, both contributing to and enjoying everything it provides to us and our visitors.
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