Marlie Holiday Park is a lovely park located between the historic and pretty towns of New Romney and Dymchurch. Both of these villages are within easy reach of Marlie Farm and make great days out. This holiday park is also just a short drive from some amazing beaches in the area as well as the charming Rye and Cinque Ports.
Marlie Holiday Park is recommended for families and couples looking for a relaxing break although there are plenty of activities available too. There's an indoor heated pool, family bar and for kids there's the Loopy Kids Club, adventure playground and amusements. There is also the benefit of WIFI access in the club.
Choose to stay in 2 or 3 bed holiday homes which are furnished and equipped to a high standard. This park has been given a 3 star rating by Visit Britain. The Marlie Silver 2 caravan is a good budget option and the Marlie Gold caravans offer a little more space and come with DVD players. The Marlie Gold Plus 3 has 3 bedrooms (one double and two twin) and comes with additional sleeping for 2 in the lounge area. This is perfect for big parties of up to 8 people.
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.
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