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Folkestone Camping, The Warren, Folkestone, Kent
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Folkestone Camping, The Warren, Folkestone, KentThe soaring white cliffs of Folkestone and nearby Dover are infamous. Welcoming yet overwhelming, the cliffs are nothing short of spectacular. And because cliffs like these need an equally spectacular viewing spot, the Camping and Caravanning Club created Folkestone campsite. It's set in a particularly attractive curve of the Kentish coast and has an outlook of Channel waters and crumbly crags, and (as one of the closest spots to continental Europe) is handy for a ferry or Channel Tunnel excursion. The main camping field is an immaculate grassland strip with flat unmarked pitches.Those nearest reception are the most unsheltered, but your views across the Channel are uninhibited, and there are some stealthy little spots among the trees - including the surreptitiously placed Honeymoon pitch. Wike up each morning to cliffs, coastline, and beaches - the site's position means you're only a path away from the shingle and sand beach below. Trek a bit further and you'll find the man-made Samphire Hoe nature reserve — one of the newest parts ot England (thanks to the leftovers from the Channel Tunnel excavation) juxtaposed with the old and wise cliffs.

Folkestone Camping, The Warren, Folkestone, Kent


COOL FACTOR Cliff-top camping with Channel views.

WHO'S IN? Every man and his dog welcome.

ON SITE Eighty pitches - 42 standard tent; 15 hardstanding and 15 grass with hook-ups; 2 jumbo pitches; 15 tiny pitches. Two blocks each with 2 hot showers and 2 toilets; 2 washing-up sinks, washing machine, dryer. Freezer pack £1 deposit; hairdryer 20p. CDP; mini-shop. BBQs off ground. No campfires.

OFF SITE Samphire Hoe nature reserve (01304 225649) is a must-see. And the impenetrable fortress of Dover Castle (01304 211067) is well worth a visit.

FOOD AND DRINK The Valiant Sailor (01303 252401) offers hearty pub grub. Enjoy a pint of Ramsgate No 5 and cracking sea views at the Lighthouse (01303 223300). Pick up fresh seafood from Folkestone Harbour.

GETTING THERE Follow the A260 towards Folkestone; turn left on to Hill Road, following signs for the Country Park. At the junction of Dover Road, turn left then immediately right, on to Wear Bay Road. Take the second turning on the left and follow the track for ½ mile to the campsite.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT Train to Folkestone, then taxi (£5).

OPEN April-October.

THE DAMAGE Adult £7.70-£11.10 per night; child £2.80-£6.40, under-6s free. A £7 non-member pitch fee per group.



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