Located on the northern coast of Kent, Seaview Holiday Park has all the necessary ingredients to make your holiday a success. Swalecliffe beach is located a mere 5 minute stroll from the Seaview Holiday Park, allowing you to make the most of the summer sun.
Seaview has a whole host of activities awaiting you upon arrival at your holiday destination. As the name Seaview would suggests there are an assortment of water sports on offer to take part in including sailing and jet skiing. There are also a number of local amenities and shops to cover all your needs; while children aged between 5 -14 can party away in the Kid's club.
Take the M2. After Medway Service Area, keep in right hand lane then continue forward onto Thanet Way - A299. Branch left (signposted Whitstable) A2990, at roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Thanet.. Entering Whitstable at "the Long Reach" Public House roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Thanet Way - A2990. At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Thanet Way - A2990 (signposted Chestfield, Swalecliffe). At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto Herne Bay Road (signposted Whitstable). Turn right onto St Johns Road - B2205 then left.
All grades will come with a fully fitted kitchen which has pots & pans, cutlery, crockery, a cooker, toaster, microwave and kettle. A small fridge freezer, toilet, shower room facilities with a Flat TV and heating in the lounge. If booking a Silver accommodation your check in time is 3pm, with gold grades you will receive additional heating in the bedrooms, beds made on arrival (if linen is purchased), an early check in of 2pm and a DVD player in the lounge too.
Howletts Wild Animal Park is set in 90 acres of beautiful ancient park land, families will enjoy seeing the wild animals and there are a lot on offer, from Gorilas to Leopards, Rhinos to Monkeys there will be sure to be a surprise around each corner!
Leeds Castle in Kent is set in 500 acres of stunning parkland and is full of discovery for the whole family, it is steeped in history and has glorious gardens and blends heritage and history and has a licensed restaurant, this makes it the perfect choice for a day out.
The Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway is the world's smallest public railway and allows you and your family to experience what life was like on the railways in times gone past when steam engines powered the railways.
Service Charge £7.50 per unit per night.
Clubroom Passes £4.25 per person per break - Under 3s FREE
FREE food and drink vouchers available when Clubroom passes are purchased on midweek breaks (Monday - Friday)
Peak Date Supplement £2.50pppb Sep 9, Oct 21, 28
Half Board available at £15 per adult, £6.25 per child per day