Solley's Farm

Mongeham Farm, Northbourne Road, Great Mongeham, Deal, Kent, CT14 0HB

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Convenient for ferries and Channel Tunnel. Drinking water tap at each pitch.

Facilities on site ...

  • Information room
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: fair
  • WC (non-exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Postcode:
CT14 0HB
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GPS:
Lat 51.214478 / Lon 1.363753
OS field ref:
TR350516
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Nearest port: Dover (7 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Walmer
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Never fails

What a great site a little road noise no problem, really good facilities. Water on pitch, spotless showers toilets very well kept easy access (mind pothole on way out). This is a gem only down side is no decent pubs nearby. A spot on site for a visit or overnight its everything you need.

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Fantastic Weekend!

We came here for the weekend and were very surprised and pleased at how nice the place is! There was only one other caravan on the site, so we had the choice of where to pitch up. No one came to greet us when we arrived, so we just pitched up. Owner came round Saturday to collect his dues and to give us a warm welcome. He told us not to rush off the following morning. The field is almost flat, well looked after and mown short. There is drinking water at each pitch and plenty of electric hookups. We took our dogs and it was fantastic for them. Good walks nearby. Went to both pubs in the village. Neither were doing food. Tried the Plough Inn about a mile away in Ripple. Food was basic (like the pub) but very nice and very reasonably priced. Couldn't fault the campsite, would definitely go again!
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Good site

We stayed over bank holiday spacious pitches with tap for each pitch  Very clean  We did have problems getting to site as either bendy narrow roads or street with lots of cars double parked 
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Lovely site - handy for Dover

We used this CL as a stopover before catching the ferry from Dover. We knew we would be a 'late arrival' so phoned ahead. As we have a motorhome we asked for a hardstanding. Mr Solley suggested we pitched up in the large hardstanding area before entering the field. (there were hook-ups) This was ideal as we arrived about 10.00pm and it meant we did not disturb the others. We did not hear any traffic noise. Mr Solley came to see us in the morning, was very nice, and explained where everything was. The toilet emptying was just over the other side of the large hardstanding area. (not in the farmyard any more) Before leaving we looked around the grassed area which was very large and well kept. Although we didn't need to use them, the toilet and shower area was to a very high quality. We hope to use this site again.

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Good site with excellent facilities.

As others have said, this is a well kept site with good facilities and a flat level field. The grass was short and well drained when we visited in early May. At first it is not too obvious where the farmhouse is, I suppose the postman knows his round as the house is not labelled. There is a notice board in the field with all the usual information to get you started. Having your own water tap is a great asset too, other sites could take note. The adjacent road is surprising busy. It didn't keep us awake even though we were pitched at that end of the field, but it does spoil the peace and tranquility a little. The road from Deal has a few tight pinch points mostly caused by parked cars, but nothing too difficult to negotiate with a touring outfit. Make sure to approach from the Deal to Sandwich A258 as your Sat-Nav may want you to approach from the West along some very pretty but narrow Kentush lanes. Deal is a bit of a lost gem, all narrow back streets and hidden alleys, well worth exploring.
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