We'd never been to Kent and picked a wonderful week at the end of September for our first visit. Mr Solley was away when we arrived and one of the other residents told us where everything was. We met Mr Solley a few days later and he was very amiable and helpful with local advice. The site is all grass, each pitch has its own water and 16amp supply (which never tripped once for the whole week we were there). Grey water goes into a grid in the courtyard but toilet disposal is a bit of a pain across the pebbled courtyard and a public road into the farm yard. The toilet block was always clean and tidy but we didn't use their shower. An ideal location for exploring. Ramsgate - nice. Margate - bit of a dump. Deal - nice. Rye - very pretty. Dungerness - magical. Langdon cliffs & Lighthouse (over looking Dover port) - a lovely walk. Plus lots of other places Sandwich, Canterbury, Hythe that are well worth a look. Hythe to Dungerness railway was good fun on a nice day. All in all recommended as a base for visiting the area or as a staging post as is only 20-30 minutes from Dover.