Bell tent with double bedding (31)
- Sleeps 4 (max 2 adults, 2 children)
- Bed Linen Not Included
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About Chafford Park
Tents, glampers, couples, families, large groups (including weddings) and dogs - yes (must be on a lead at all times)
Hop in the car for a drive north to Chartwell (01732 868381) – the former home of Winston Churchill – stopping on the way at Hever Castle (01732 865224), an exquisite beamed and moated Tudor manor house. Those taken in by the country pile should also consider Penshurst Place and Gardens (01892 870307) – similar splendour and family activities await. East of the campsite, Royal Tunbridge Wells precedes the tiny village of Tudeley, home to an unassuming church that boasts famous stained-glass windows by the Russian artist Marc Chagall. Meanwhile, more active campers can go canoeing (01342 810493) on the River Medway or climbing Harrison’s Rocks (01892 860670), an isolated sandstone outcrop surrounded by woodland. Ashdown Forest (01342 823583) is also a fantastic place to walk with kids. It was here that A. A. Milne wrote the classic Winnie-the-Pooh.
Food & Drink
Hampers are available from the farm shop while nearby pubs and restaurants serve excellent local fare. The Bottle House (01892 870306) the local, where you can order take away food during summer 2020 and The Spotted Dog (01892 870253), The Leicester Arms Hotel (01892 871617) are all in nearby Penshurst, while The George and Dragon (01892 863125) in Speldurst is a traditional 13th century inn with roaring log fires and dramatic oak beams – an excellent pick. The Chafford Arms (01892 740267) in Fordcombe is also a good family friendly pub in a quiet village.
Chafford Park is located at Chafford Park, Ashurst, Tunbridge Wells, East Sussex, TN3 9UR
The nearest train station is Tunbridge Wells (08457 484950), not to be confused with Tonbridge, the more mundane town a few miles north. Owing to the rural nature of this campsite it is advised you have a car.