Page Farm

Postling, Hythe, Kent, CT21 4EZ

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Page Farm CL is set on a small working sheep farm at the southern end of the picturesque Elham Valley. It is on the edge of the village of Postling in an area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB). The site itself is a large, flat, mown field with stunning views of the North Downs from all pitches. Children and pets are both welcome at the site and all pitches have access to electric hook up points.

Visitors should follow the directions in CC Handbook and not use Sat-Navs.

The site is open all year and has a hard-standing area available for overnight stops in winter with electric hook-up available.

The site is easily accessible from the M20 (2.5 m) and is the closest site to the Channel Tunnel Terminus (4 m). Nearest Pub (1.5 m), Local shops (2 m), Supermarket (5 m).  Pay and Play golf course (1.5 m), and North Downs Way passes close by. Canterbury Cathedral, Dover Castle and Romney Marsh are all within 15 miles of the site.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: variable

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1 acres

Electric amperage: 13

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Postcode:
CT21 4EZ
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Lat 51.111043 / Lon 1.067574
OS field ref:
TR146392
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Canterbury, Hythe
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Dover (15 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Sandling
  • Train station within 5 miles

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An utter gem of a site

Page Farm
I have just returned from one night at Page Farm. What a gem of a site. Spacious with lots of firm grass to park on, all of which have lovely views of the surrounding countryside. Access is easy from the M20 - with the last few roads a bit narrow and bumpy but still totally fine with a caravan. The turn into the gate is also spacious and easy. Frank is a lovely and very friendly host. Before going to any CL I always check the specific directions on the website. Alas for this CL, the CAMC decided to only state "Look in the handbook." - which for many is either in their caravans (in storage) or has been sent to recyling, as everything is done online these days (I have never once used the handbook). For those in the same predicament here are the directions copied from the handbook (Frank said it is due to a very accute and sharp left turn once you come from the M20 side, that you can't do in a caravan, that one should only follow the directions below): "Only recommended route - do not use Sat Nav due to unsuitable rds for towing: Leave M20 at J11 onto B2068 (sp Canterbury); in 1m turn R (sp Postling); in 1m turn L by tel box. Fm hse immed on L."

Johann72

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Reviewed on 16/05/2021 15:23

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Less is more: A Gem!

Page Farm
This is just a lovely place.

Owen Davies

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Reviewed on 03/10/2018 09:46

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Excellent site

Page Farm
After re joining the caravan club We decided our first trip away Would be a CL site.(was a bit unsure as had never been on a cl site before) We arrived at page farm Postling, and to our amazement Could not believe the size of field and space on offer. It was amazing just as described by others, As for the owners what a lovely couple Kind Helpful and not at all pushy, The area was peaceful and definitely back to nature . Good electric supply water etc, Could not ask for any more, Would hope to return again

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Reviewed on 22/07/2018 14:23

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Well kept site

Page Farm
This is a good sized, well looked after field where we spent 2 nights. Note the directions in the handbook are to the farmhouse, the field itself is on the other side of the road a bit further along - clearly signed when you get there. A slight slope down from the entrance but not likely to be a problem except in very wet or frosty conditions. Access road is quite narrow for the last mile or so - we were glad we weren't towing when we met a tractor - but still very convenient for the Tunnel, we'll probably use this site again.

PandMThomson

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Reviewed on 31/07/2017 17:10

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Peace and Tranquility!

Page Farm
Easy to find following the book directions. Easy access. On our own most of the week in a spacious field. Very relaxing and beautiful scenery as we drove to various places. Just up the road is Brockhill Country Park. Lovely for walks and especially fun for children, with a good cafe. There are footpath signs all around. Shingle beaches at Hythe and all the way to Folkestone, which you can walk. Dymchurch has a long sandy beach if preferred. Lovely area and site. We will be back soon.

Beulah

Reviewed on 17/07/2017 10:47

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