Winehouse Lane, Capel-le-Ferne, Folkestone, Kent, South East. CT18 7JF
7 February - 16 December
From £18.00 (2 adults, pitch, electric)
We camped here at a peak time bank holiday and, although busy, the campsite coped well. Within walking distance are cliff-top views with sandy beaches below and this area is a haven for the walker.
Up the road is the moving Battle of Britain Memorial with the statue of a young seated pilot looking out to sea, along with full-size replicas of the iconic Allied fighters the Spitfire and the Hurricane. Drive on and you drop down the hill to Folkestone with its harbour and seafood stalls. The harbour side boasts a couple of pubs and a short walk towards the sea brings you to a bathing beach.
Further along the coast is the picturesque Sandgate with its clapboard houses – take a look at the amazing Saga buildings on the hill overlooking the sea. Dover has its castle, white cliff walks, art and Roman galleries while Folkestone has its port area, hillside town shopping and grand cliff top buildings. As well as being a departure point for the continent, this area is well worth exploring over a longer stay.
Winehouse Lane, Folkestone, Kent, South East
We stayed in our motorhome for five nights on the site. We were made to feel very welcome by all the staff. The site is beautifully maintained with wonderful landscaping. The toilets and showers...
we were on holiday in Kent and anticipated staying the first night in a small site in Folkestone, we had a look at the site and it was a dump so we looked for something else. Telephoned the office...
We were camping on the site for about a week and liked it very much, nice, friendly people, nice area, we visited nice village like Tenterden, Whistable and so on!! We were ther with two other...