Kent

Oldbury Hill

Contact Details

Address
Oldbury Hill Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Styants Bottom
Seal
Sevenoaks
Kent
TN15 0ET
Tel 01732 762728
Web www.campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/oldburyhill

Monday, 02, Sep 2013 03:37

Based near an Iron Age fort bearing the same name, the Oldbury Hill Club Site offers a veritable mix of nearby sights. Walkers, for instance, are advised to check out two circular walks which pass over the nearby fort and local woodland.

Meanwhile, the close proximity of Sevenoaks with its array of shopping precincts, restaurants and leisure centres could prompt a few days out. The Lullingstone and Hever Castles also come recommended - with the latter the childhood home of Anne Boleyn.

The Oldbury Hill Club Site is a relatively small one with 60 grass standing pitches available, some of which also offer electric hook ups. Shower, toilet and wash facilities are provided and gas cylinder refills are available.

Dedicated accessible features are on offer and Wi-Fi can be accessed on site along with payphones, dishwashers and washing machines. Pets are also welcome.

Open from March 29th to November 5th, Oldbury Hill Club Site pitches are priced from £5.15 to £8.55 per night for adults, varying with the season, while child fees range from £2.60 to £2.85.

An age concession rate for members is available in mid and low season with family deals also provided in mid and high season. Non-members face a fee of £7.10 per pitch per night throughout the year.

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