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Whitstable Seaview is ideally located on the heritage coast of Kent overlooking the Thames Estruary and only a few miles away from Herne Bay and Whitstable. The park is perfectly positioned right on the seashore offering direct access to miles of stunning coastal paths. The well landscaped grounds provide the ideal environment to relax in.
There are some superb days out in this region and we love Howletts Zoo in Centerbury less than 8 miles from the park. A fun and educational day awaits you at the zoo with animals from all over the world and you can witness some of the fantastic work they do in protecting endangered species so they can be returned to their native homeland. Wine lovers will enjoy a trip to Ash Coombe Vineyard which specialises in single vintage red and white wine. You can take a tour of the vineyards and indulge in a spot of free wine tasting.
Accommodation on site is in comfortable caravans. We like the Seaview Gold Plus which is a superior 12ft wide caravan offering plenty of space and comes with 2 or 3 bedrooms. For good value then the Seaview Silver is a nice option. This caravan has one double and one twin room and can sleep 6. All of the accommodation comes with TV and well equipped kitchens with microwave.
- Outdoor heated pool
- Family entertainment venue
- Wi-Fi access (in club area)
- Childrens’ club (5-14s)
- Link up bingo *
- Crazy golf *
- Children’s play area
- Launderette *
- Outdoor heated swimming pool – May 25-Sep 1
- All other facilities available for all dates.
- * Charges Apply
- A choice of two, three and four bedroom caravans.
- Kitchen including microwave
- Bed linen included (except Bronze accommodation)
- Bed linen available for hire at time of booking (in Bronze accommodation only)
- Beds made up for your arrival (in Gold Plus accommodation only)
- Additional sleeping for two in the lounge area (except Seaview Bronze 2 (sleeps 4))
- Gas and electricity included
- Babies must be included in the party total
- Travel cots and highchairs £12pw each
- Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
- Pets £40pw each (max 2) (in Seaview Bronze 2 (sleeps 4)
- All non smoking accommodation
Details and Offers
If your stay includes a Mon-Fri you will receive £30 worth of food and drinks vouchers provided at check in. Only one voucher may be redeemed per booking on the valid day, for use on specific days only (excludes Apr 2-13, May 28-Jun 1, Jul 23-Sept 1 and Oct 22-26)
Accommodation at Whitstable Seaview
Seaview Bronze 2 Sleeps 4Standard caravan with one double and one twin.
Seaview Gold Plus 2Superior 12ft-wide caravan with one double and one twin. DVD. Double glazed and centrally heated. Early 2.00pm check in. No pets.
Seaview Silver Plus 2Quality 12ft-wide caravan with one double and one twin. Heating in bedrooms. Early 3.00pm check in. No pets.
Other Kent parks you may like
Fun Days Out in Kent
If you have young children and are wondering what to do on a rainy day then Imagine Playcentre - Kent's biggest indoor children's adventure play centre is THE place to head! The huge indoor site is ideal for children under 12 and offers a huge 3 level play structure, a triple storey wave slide, bouncy trampolines, a large padded sports area for football and other games as well as a dedicated Babies and toddlers soft play areas. While the kids are running wild adults can relax in the comfy seating area and enjoy a tasty meal or snack.
A visit to Wildwood is an excellent way to teach the kids about nature while enjoying a fun day out. The centre for wildlife offers a good range of animal themed family friendly activities with most going on at weekends and during school holidays. Animal talks and feeds are popular and other activities may include learning to speak wolf, or meeting a beautiful Owl. Crafting activities are also on offer and give children the chance to make a souvenir to take home.
Brockhill Country Park once formed part of a large estate dating right back to Norman times. Today the old manor house is part of Brockhill School but the grounds are still open to the public and are a popular place to enjoy a picnic on a summer day. The park is abundant with wildlife including butterflies and birds.