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Manor Court Farm in Kent

Manor Court Farm Kent Camping is offered in an informal setting in the garden, amongst the old brick and tiled farm buildings, near the pond, and in the field with views to Ashdown Forest. There are no marked sites. Picnic tables and benches and camp-fire sites, and a limited number of electric hook-up points, are available in various places. Bags of wood can be bought at the farmhouse (you may bring your own wood if you wish, but please do not collect wood from the local countryside!) A recycling point for glass, paper and cans is also provided, and there is a chemical toilet emptying point. A recently renovated old cowshed now offers excellent toilet and shower facilities, and has a washing-up and laundry area, with coin-operated washing machine and drier. A microwave oven is also available for guests' use. We may close in winter for maintenance work, but you can always stay at our Bed and Breakfast instead.

The farm is set in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there is a wealth of wildlife, footpaths (including the Weald Way and the Sussex Border Path) and outdoor activities on the doorstep. Our farm B&B in Ashurst boasts ancient, semi-natural woodlands, ponds, historic landscape features and old ironstone quarries. Wildlife on the farm includes kestrel, skylark, foxes, fallow and roe deer, badgers, and there is a wide range of plant species (e.g. wild garlic, bluebells, primroses and Himalayan balsam).

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Reviews of Manor Court Farm

I'm sure this place was lovely several years ago, when Sarah was running it. however now apart from the views it isn't. The toilet block ( 2 toilets and just 1 shower in both the men's and ladies, ) was absolutely filthy . Lots of cobwebs with spiders that had been there for a long time. Vents covered up up with thick felt like dust. The shower head holes and tiles were black with mould ...... I would not have bathed my dog in that shower. I could add more. I didn't bother complaining because whoever runs this place thinks it's fine. It's also very , very cramped and and would be impossible if you were trying to clean children,not that you would have wanted to in there. All the pictures I have seen online for this place look really nice ,with animals for children to pet and feed. The only animals I saw were hens , and empty grubby animal cages with the animals long gone...... I went to this place because of the long out of date pictures and the clean toilet block reviews , don't make the same mistake. It needs shutting for a few months and at least a new larger toilet / shower block adding
G .Wood (2nd Oct 2017)
Fabulous friendly campsite. Lovely and small which makes your stay like home from home. Great facilities, we used the microwave, washing machine, fridge\freezer, and showers all without queue or problems. Sarah was more helpful than we could have wished for, we are rebooking for later in the summer :-) we camp regularly and really can't fault manor court.
glover's (31st May 2014)
Myself and my children stayed at this site in april and immediately rebooked for two further stays. The pitches are all secluded and very large, the toilets,showers and other facilities are absolutely spotless and the firepit is great for that "real camping experience". There is some road noise and it is on the gatwick flight path but this does not detract from the enjoyment. Would definately recommend.
zoe (17th Jul 2012)
We are a Dutch family and we love to visit Great Britain each spring. This year we stayed with our little campervan at the beautiful Manor Court Farm.

Sarah, the manageress let us choose our spot at the campsite but gave us helpful advise regarding the wind direction, because the weather could have been better….

We had a lovely time here, the scenery was stunning, we had a huge private pitch, the facilities were good, despite the weather we made a fire in the fire pit next to our campervan which our two girls (10 & 12) enjoyed a lot, we also enjoyed visiting the rabbits, chickens, turkey and Bubble and Squeak (the pigs) on the farm, and visited beautiful places nearby (Ightham mote was especially nice).

Sarah was very friendly and by chatting with her we noticed that she cares a great deal about the site and peoples enjoyment of it. She was more troubled by the noise of the occasional plane that flew over and the than we were. We felt almost at home and will certainly visit the campsite or the B&B (I heard you get the best breakfast ever!) again!
annemarie (21st May 2012)