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Kings Oak Farm in Kent

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Kings Oak Farm is set in the heart of the Kentish countryside, near the busy Wealden village of Headcorn. The mainly grassland farm consists of approximately 80 acres and a further 120 acres at Roundoak, its sister farm and well established campsite based a mile away in Sutton Valence. The farm is a unique enterprise with some 100 plus Highland cows, a new herd of Sussex cattle and some 600 rare breed sheep including Hebridean, North Ronaldsays and the very endangered Borerays. The farm also conservation grazes approximately 1500 acres throughout central Kent.

Kings Oak Farm offers pitches suitable for caravaners/motor homes and tents. It is an adult only campsite offering flat, grass pitches (with or without electric hook up) in a stunning and peaceful location surrounded by grazing fields.

Controlled dogs are welcome.

The farm has a range of home produce including pork sausages, bacon, lamb and beef as well as duck and chicken eggs.

For further information regarding Greensand Farm and Roundoak Farm campsites, please visit the website www.roundoak-hebridean.co.uk or roundoak-highland.co.uk.

Contact details Norman 07811209409 Ruth 07967009509 Farm 01622844491

E-Mail info@roundoak-hebridean.co.uk

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS:

Leeds Castle
Hever Castle
Penshurst Place and gardens
Sissinghurst Castle and gardens
Bedgebury Pineatum
Rye and Hastings
Ightham Moat
Kentish vineyards at Tenterden, Biddenden and Staplehurst
Tenterden town and steam trains
Chatham historic Dockyard
Whitstable (whitstable oysters)
Cathedral City of Canterbury
Dover and day trips to France
Hythe, Dymchurch to Dungeness miniture railway
Trips to london from Headcorn station (2 miles) trains to Charing Cross in central london. Journey time about 1 hour.
Tunbridge Wells

NEAREST TRANSPORT:

COACH STATIONS
Maidstone: Chequers Centre Bus Station — 6.1 miles
Gillingham (Kent): Hempstead Valley Coach Stop — 9.8 miles
Wigmore (Medway): Wigmore Road — 9.9 miles
TRAIN STATIONS
Headcorn Rail Station — 2.5 miles
Staplehurst Rail Station — 3.2 miles
Harrietsham Rail Station — 4.2 miles
Ferry ports
Gravesend Pier — 19.9 miles
Tilbury Ferry Terminal — 20.2 miles
Folkestone Eurotunnel Terminal — 23.3 miles
AIRPORTS
Lydd London Ashford Airport — 22.2 miles
London Southend Airport — 25.8 miles
Biggin Hill Airport — 26.5 miles.


DIRECTIONS FOR KINGSNORTH:

ROUTE 1 - From Junction 8 @ M20

Please note it is advisable not to rely on sat navs.
Take junction 8 off the M20 Motorway and take the third exit at the roundabout.
At the second roundabout take the first exit.
At the third roundabout take the first exit and continue along this road towards Ashford.
You will pass the Parkgate Pub on your right, shortly after which you will need to take the second turning on the right (just before the motorway bridge) signposted towards Ulcombe, Chegworth and Kingswood.
Proceed along this road and go straight over at the crossroads with Wents Garage.
Continue down the Ulcombe hill and through the village of Ulcombe (this turns into 'The st' and then 'Headcorn Road').
Continue for approximately 1 mile after the Village of Ulcombe, and at the staggered junction with an island on which there are three oak trees and a post box. Turn left here into Crumps Lane.
You will find our site on the right hand side.

* In order to ensure that we can either meet you or direct you to your pitch on arrival, please call Norman (07811 209409), Ruth (07967 009509) or Nathan (07525 736571) when you are about 30 minutes away.



ROUTE 2 - From Junction 8 @ M20 via Headcorn

Please note it is advisable not to rely on satnavs.
Take junction 8 off the M20 Motorway and follow the signs to Leeds Castle.
Pass the castle's main entrance and continue through the village of Leeds and through the village of Langley.
At the crossroads by the Plough PH and Youngs car sales, turn left towards Sutton Valence and Headcorn.
Continue through Sutton Valence down the steep hill for approximately 3 miles.
Upon entering Headcorn, at the cross roads with the White Horse Pub turn left.
Drive past the school on your left, and then take the next left (village shop on the corner) onto the Ulcombe Road, which turns into Tilden Road.
Continue for approximately one mile until you reach a staggered junction with an island on which there are three oak trees and a post box. Turn right here into Crumps Lane.
You will find our site on the right hand side.

* In order to ensure that we can either meet you or direct you to your pitch on arrival, please call Norman (07811 209409), Ruth (07967 009509) when you are about 30 minutes away.

Norman and Ruth look forward to welcoming you into the heart of the Kentish Countryside!

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