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Editor's Pick - Top Sites in the South East

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Explore all that the south east counties of England have to offer with a stay at one of these recommended campsites

Broadhembury is a family run park, that has been owned by the Taylor family for 50 years and provides excellent facilities for families with young children. There are also playgrounds and a games room to keep older children happy and separate relaxing space for couples wanting a tranquil holiday. The adults’ meadows, in a separate area away from the play parks and games room, is the ideal place to relax. Whichever part of Broadhembury you pitch up in, you’ll find landscaped gardens and peaceful grounds. Both touring and camping areas are serviced by top class award-winning environmentally friendly facilities.

An excellent family run park on a manor estate, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A tranquil and relaxing feel but with plenty to do. Woodland nature trails, fishing lakes, horse riding, tennis and licensed café are all on the estate. Horam Manor is perfectly placed for exploring the Cuckoo Trail by bike, and the South Downs National Park, Kent, Seven Sisters Country Park and the beaches of the Eastbourne coast. There’s 100 spacious pitches across two fields, mostly with electric hook-up and many with individual water points. Facilities include two well-equipped toilet blocks with free showers, underfloor heating, a shop, disabled wet room and laundry. There’s free WiFi, a play area and dogs are welcome.

Set in 20 acres of tranquil woodland, Thriftwood Country Park is an award-winning family park in the heart of the Kent countryside. Located in the village of Stansted with views of the north downs the site is within easy reach of London. This family-friendly park is available for seasonal hire, including a heated outdoor pool and a club house. There are hardstanding and grass pitches with electric hook-up, a newly renovated toilet and shower block, a disabled and family facility, a shop, licensed bar (with events throughout the year) and laundry room. Thriftwood Country Park has plenty of open spaces and woodland walks to explore and pets are welcome on site. New holiday lodges for sale within a secluded area of the park.

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