Hole Farm

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A little Gem

This was our 2nd stay at Hole Farm, Fri 4th- mon 7th October 2019. Introduced our friends to this beautiful, peaceful quiet site. The sunsets are amazing. We will definitely be returning, charming setting and charming owners. Melsey 60
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Perfect for exploring Romney Marshes

This CL is perfectly located to walk and cycle in the area, the Marshes are full of wildlife and there are loads of footpaths and quiet lanes. This CL reminded us about why we choose the quiet sites, it was so peaceful, West facing for fabulous sunsets and such a treat to stay on this farming land, being so close to nature, the tawny owls all around when the light fades - fantastic! The Ferry Inn and the Black Lion pubs are within easy reach, you can enjoy a pint in the evening sunshine at both. The nature reserve at Rye is stunning, put your boots on and find Camber Castle, it can only be reached by foot or cycling, well worth it - it’s only open once a month but the views and setting are worth it anyway.

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Precisely What a CL Should Be

We have stayed here a few times now. The site has plenty of room for five outfits, including two all-weather pitches and is situated a few hundred yards from the farmhouse. A slight slope up from front to back, but levelling blocks are not always necessary. The main aspect is to the west, with delightful sunsets and the east boundary is mature trees. Good water pressure, plus cesspool disposal with a separate hose for washing down. Rubbish bins are in the small building at the site entrance. The location is prime for Romney Marsh and the higher levels overlooking it and the quiet spots of the Royal Military Canal are but a short drive away. The owners are working farmers and are invariably busy. The farmhouse is the bungalow down Moor Lane. I have to say that as a CL Hole Farm has everything that a caravan owner might expect in terms of facilities and freedom from military rules. The fact that some members have to have special facilities for their units is perhaps best catered for on a Club site, rather than a typical CL, although I have seen others who get round their on-board problems by other means - or carry a hosereel with them. The local shop is about 20 minutes' walk away towards Appledore.
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Not much help !!!! From the owner

Looking forward to nice relaxing stay despite the weather ( pouring down ) Easy site to find looks nice just what we wanted x Due to the weather we couldn't get water to our motor home as over end of feild and signs saying not to drive as we get stuck , so tryed calling farmer no answer 3 times , so went to house near by witch was there sister she was realy helpful with helping us get water from there garden hose x Was told the owner would be down in 20 mins to rig up hose so we could fill from a near by lane .. but 24 hrs still no hose in witch time we what we had in the tank from his sister must of had dirt in it as water pump on motorhome packed up as filter was blocked call owners again 3 times again no answer x so had to leave the site and come home not happy with the owner not returning any of our calls or showing any interest .... There was no information hut/board if there was it was padlocked shut grrr. Also no waste bins to put rubbish in
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Found a Gem.

First visit to Hole Farm we had a wonderful stay.Peaceful site, glorious views and pleasantly woken to sheep chorus..rather then dawn chorus. Very easy to enter site and set up with spacious pitch.Owner friendly and relaxed. will defiantly return.
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Great little CL

We've been coming here for years and it's a lovely, quiet site. There are 2 good hardstanding pitches at one end and the rest on grass. The site is basically a narrow fenced off section of a much larger field (which usually has sheep in it). The pitches slope slightly and have nice views over fields with good sunsets. The village of Appledore with a shop, pub and a tearoom is only about a mile away. The area is excellent for cycling with nice quiet lanes - some gentle hills to the north or the really flat of Romney Marsh to the south.
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Worth a visit

Pre-booked the pitch on a previous visit to the area. On arrival our pitch location was displayed on a chalk board next to the gate. Pitches were mainly level and just required a couple of packing pieces to level the rig. The site was well cared for with decent views across the farmland. Appledore was only about 1 mile or so from the site and had most of the required amenities. A good site which we intend to visit again as family live within a couple of miles!

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Peaceful site

Visited early May 2013. Totally agree with previous review. Not for anyone wanting immaculate kept pitches, but a great cycling area. Sheltered on North side, but open and good views to the south.

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A little gem

We had a lovely peaceful time here in May in our motorhome, surprisingly we were the only unit on site. The CL has a couple of good hardstanding pitches and the rest are on (slightly long) grass. There are pleasant views over the neighbouring fields of sheep. A great area for cycling with a choice of some hills to the north or completely flat to the south. On two of our three evenings, at about 8:00pm we were treated to the sight of a barn owl hunting around the edge of the field.
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