Highfields Touring Caravan Site

Rated 5 of 5

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Rated 5 of 5

Peace and tranquility

Rated 4 of 5

Access to local places of interest

Rated 5 of 5

Beauty of surroundings and scenery

Rated 5 of 5

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A trial run on our van and visit to family

Excellent stay we stayed for 3 nights I want to go back I loved the feel that we were in a field which felt like we were the only people on earth with the sheep rabbits pheasants and the local cat we loved it so peaceful can’t wait to go back again. Mimi and her son were perfect host lots of local knowledge lovely people. The food in the wheatshef was lovely too so friendly you must try it fantastic owner made our stay great. Just so you are aware you will need levelling blocks and maybe lawnmower lol no to be fair we had a fantastic stay and mimi could not have been a better host see us in and was left alone to enjoy our break. Thank you for making our weekend special xx
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Peace and tranquility

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Access to local places of interest

Rated 5 of 5

Beauty of surroundings and scenery

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First trip this year

Stayed two nights here with the intention of giving our outfit a try-out following a refit over the winter because it's only a half-hour drive from home. It's a nice little site, surrounded by fields and overlooking the sea. The site is clean and tidy and very peaceful, with nice walks along the cliffs from nearby. It can be a bit chilly if the wind is from the north-east because the site is exposed to the wind from that direction. Eastchurch village itself is very quaint and is best known as being the birthplace of British military aviation. The beautiful church in the village is also the burial place of Vice-Admiral Sir Richard King (one of the top commanders of the 'Nelsons Navy' era) who was Captain of HMS Achille during the Battle of Trafalgar. The seaside resort of Leysdown with it's arcades and nice beaches (including a naturist beach if that floats your boat) and massive Sunday Boot Fair and Market is only a ten-minute drive away. The nearest big town is Sheerness, which to be honest is a bit of a dump, but it has a large Tesco supermarket and a Wetherspoons. There's also a large Morrisons at Queenborough, about a fifteen-minute drive back towards the bridge onto the Island.
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