Holiday Accommodation & Location Details
Gazing romantically down at the sparkling blue sea, Kingsdown Park is a singular lodge park, offering comprehensive facilities for all ages and preferences and eminently handy access to the very best of Kentish attractions.
Kingsdown Park Accommodation Details
‘Contemporary’ and ‘stylish’ are just two adjectives that could be used to describe the lodges on offer here. Electricity is laid on via coin meter, an adequately sized kitchen space lets you cook, prepare and wash up with ease, the bath-shower is modern and convenient and the TV helps you unwind after a long day of activities. The plusher options boast deluxe furnishings such as leather sofas, widescreen TVs and charming verandas.
Perhaps Kingsdown Park’s defining advantage is the smooth, clean and frankly stunning private beach where you can swim, snorkel, surf and generally lark about. Further inland, the children’s games room and crazy golf keep the little tykes occupied while adults will enjoy partying in the club bar (with entertainment laid on seasonally).
Sports lovers will enjoy the plethora of activities available from boules to table tennis, volleyball to swimming in the indoor heated pool. Amenities such as the launderette and wi-fi zone make life run a bit more smoothly for families and individuals alike. The log cabins cheap options provide plenty of comfort and luxury and at a very affordable price.
Explore Sights & Attractions from Kingsdown Park
To get stuck into the most alluring Kentish holiday attractions you really needn’t travel far. Horse riding, watersports and golf are all available at facilities within walking distance from the property.
Those prepared to travel a little further out will be rewarded the historic seaside towns of Broadstairs, Ramsgate and Margate where you can enjoy such Kentish coastal traditions as cockles, fish and chips, rock and real ale. Kingsdown Park is also the perfect point of departure for the exciting and innovative Channel Tunnel to France.
Kingsdown Park regrets that it cannot cater for some disabled patrons due to its location at a high geographical point and steep staircases inside the lodges. Guests who fancy the idea of superb panoramas, delightful rustic environs, a balance of both relaxation and frenetic activity and a fine location will be drawn to this fine example of a Kentish lodge park. Book early to avoid disappointment! Check out more places with the log cabin holidays in Kent.