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Yet another visit to Watercress Farm CL. Not local for us but just love coming here, smashing welcome and a natter all week long. Well kept site, roadway and hard standings a bonus. Next trip will be towards winter but just as good, seeing the different seasons. Well done Penny and Tony.
Another great CL Site. Hardstanding ✔ Electricity ✔ Great Hosts ✔ Scenery ✔ Short walk to the village - Britain's most haunted (Guinness Book of Records). Local pub ✔ Farm Shop ✔
a little gem of a site owners couldent do enough for you well looked after site nice well spaced out pitches all hard standing etu hook up water close to pitches well worth a visit some people given bad reviews never heard dog that next door nor road noise nice peacful stayed for a week loved site
Stayed last night only for one night. Was made very welcome by Tony and his wife Penny. Even had a look at the two old coaches in his garage. Although the site was full, it was quiet and peaceful. Would definitely recommend this site to one and all. Regards Bob and Margaret Webb in their Warwick XL
Just can't stop coming here, just love it so much. Tony & Penny are wonderful host, site is superb always well cared for, easy to reverse onto large pitches, weathers not been to kind but no mud and nice and dry on road and hard standings. Yes we will be back for Christmas, again.
First of all a great couple Tony and penny the owners are the most friendly people. They gave us a warm welcome nothing was too much trouble. The site is clean comfortable and well maintained, pitches are large hard standings with good amenities making this an all year round site. Set in a rural setting, country side and animals all around. A couple of local pubs a short ride away offer great food and drinks. Ashford and Maidstone close enough to visit good shopping both towns worth a visit. Our dog was welcome. I highly recommend this site any month of the year.
We stayed at Watercress Farm for 4 nights in April 2019. Tony was on hand on our arrival to point us in the right direction regarding the site facilities etc. He also handed out a sheet giving guidance on what is on offer in the area. As others have said, the site has large hardstandings which are well separated from each other. It has EHU’s at each pitch and a water point close by [as well as one near the refuse & CDP]. A perimeter dog walk is also available. There are quite a few footpaths in the area as well as quiet country lanes for cycling. Dering Wood is close by which is a Woodlands Trust area and was ideal for letting the dogs run loose. Lots of quiet tracks & paths. The Rose & Crown at Mundy Bois is around a mile away and looked to be busy when we called by. There is also the Dering Arms, close to Pluckley train station, that was a bit of a “step back in time”! The local farm shop was a 10 minute walk away and was well stocked with fresh bread & vegetables. There is also a village store in Pluckley itself as well as a butchers. Newspapers are available at the store. The only downside to the site, as others have mentioned, was the persistent barking of a neighbours dog[s] which did take the shine off our stay. Not the owners fault but it is something to bear in mind. Otherwise a super CL with a laid back approach to all matters.
Loverly site peacefully most the time Loverly warm welcome from Tony and his wife explained everything well will go back The only anoying thing was neighbours dog barking and whining into the night but just turn tv up The site was clean and well mantained Its been quite wet lately and site was well drained so didn't get muddy purfect couple days stay Thank you