Central Beach Holiday Park

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A family friendly holiday park situated on the eastern coast of the Isle of Sheppey. Central Beach Holiday Park is an impressive small site with plenty to offer for the whole family on-site and around.

For every aspect of your holiday, Central Beach Holiday Park has something to offer all the family. From nice relaxing walks along the sandy beach or simply chilled Sunday carvery. You simply cannot be disappointed at this holiday park.

The fun begins onsite in the outdoor heated swimming pool. Blue Dolphin outdoor swimming pool comes with a tikki bar and Grill. On those hot summer days, you’ll be pushed hard to think you’re not abroad! Whilst the kids splash around, relax on the sun loungers, and top up on that suntan.

Let the kids burn of energy on the outside play area. With tunnels, slides, stairs, and turrets there is plenty for the kids to explore. Ideally situated next to the Beachcomber Clubhouse, parents can enjoy a relaxing drink whilst the kids enjoy endless of fun on the adventure playground. Beachcomber Clubhouse has it all. From freshly prepared food to a great selection of beverages. On site, you can also find a small local shop with all the essentials that you could possibly need. Here, you can find our laundrette too!

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Please note – all photos are for representative purposes only and are not necessarily actual photos of the park or area.

Please note Central Beach Holiday Park facilities operate seasonally and at the park’s discretion. Your booking is for accommodation only and 2cHolidays cannot be held liable for the provision or any disruption to these facilities. If using third party services are integral to your holiday plans, please check with the provider directly.

  • Outside heated swimming pool
  • Tikki Bar
  • Beachcomber Entertainment Venue
  • Private Sandy Beach
  • Laundrette
  • Play Area
  • Shop

In the quaint, cobble-stoned heart of Queenborough Harbour Market, the echo of maritime history merges with the lively buzz of present-day traders. With bountiful stalls brimming with freshly-caught fish, handcrafted jewellery, and vibrant local art, the market is a treasure trove for those seeking to immerse themselves in authentic cultural experiences while on holiday. Nestled within the bustling environment of the Harbour Market, The Criterion Bluetown stands as a spectacular testament to the town’s vibrant heritage. More than just a music hall, it’s a local legend where tales of seafarers and far-off lands are as readily on tap as the finely brewed ales. The Criterion is a place where each pint poured carries with it the legacy of Queenborough’s spirited past. Not far from the market’s sensory delights lies the Rose Street Cottage of Curiosities, a charming beacon of history and wonder. This museum, set in a picturesque garden blooms with the stories of bygone eras, offering visitors a glimpse into the domestic life of a small seaside village. Each room in the cottage is dressed in period finery, igniting the imaginations of those who step through its time-worn doors.

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Rose Street Cottage of Curiosities

1AJ, 10 Rose St, Sheerness ME12 1AJ | View website

Tucked away in the charming heart of Sheerness lies the Rose Street Cottage of Curiosities, a hidden gem that opens its creaky old door to a world brimming with wonders and whispers of the past. Each room of the quaint cottage is meticulously lined with vintage treasures; their intricate details and storied backgrounds beckon visitors to lose themselves in reveries of times long gone. As one meanders through the maze of rare collectibles and eclectic oddities, it becomes evident that this attraction is not just a place, but a palpable slice of history—a sanctuary where every dusty book and antique clock has a soul, silently serenading stories of Sheerness and its bygone eras.

Queenborough Harbour Market

Queenborough Harbour Market

South St, Queenborough ME11 5AF | View website

Queenborough Harbour Market is a bustling mosaic of culture and commerce, an experience that transcends the simple act of buying and selling. Amidst the lively chatter, the market unfolds like a tapestry woven with vibrant hues, rich aromas, and the melodic tunes from street performers that dance upon the sea breeze. Each stall, a treasure trove of local craftsmanship, beckons with handcrafted jewellery, fresh produce, and antiques whispering tales of bygone eras. The harbour, with its bobbing vessels, frames the market, infusing it with a maritime charm that lures both locals and travellers alike, intoxicating their senses and inviting them to partake in Queenborough’s most enchanting weekly spectacle.

The Criterion Bluetown

The Criterion Bluetown

69 High St, Blue Town, Sheerness ME12 1RW | View website

Nestled in the heart of Sheerness, The Criterion Bluetown stands as a testament to timeless elegance and convivial charm. This iconic establishment, draped in history, weaves together a rich tapestry of local lore and cultural vibrance, beckoning patrons from near and far. Once you step through its welcoming doors, you’re met with an ambiance steeped in nostalgia, where every nook tells a story, and the air thrums with echoes from a bygone era. In The Criterion Bluetown, every visit is more than just a sojourn; it’s an immersive journey through the enchanting soul of Sheerness, leaving an indelible mark of wonder in the hearts of those who wander its historic halls.

Central Beach Holiday Park

Experience the quintessential British seaside holiday at Central Beach Holiday Park, nestled in the charming Leysdown village on the Isle of Sheppey, Kent. This Holiday Park is the perfect getaway for families and holidaymakers looking for a blend of coastal tranquillity and exciting amenities.

Main Attractions at Central Beach Holiday Park

This park boasts a plethora of facilities for children and adults to all enjoy. Take a joyful plunge into their heated pool, the centrepiece of family fun. Whether you want to relax in the warm water or join in with some splashing excitement, the option is always there – especially refreshing on those rare, hot British summer days!

Savour the leisurely pace of holiday life with a visit to their on-site bar. With a range of refreshing drinks and snacks, it’s the ideal spot to unwind after a day of adventures or meet fellow holidaymakers.

Prepare for evenings filled with laughter and entertainment at their dedicated venue. The holiday park is passionate about providing an enjoyable experience that the whole family will cherish, hosting everything from live acts to fun activities for the little ones. Little adventurers will be free to swing, slide, and play to their heart’s content at their children’s play area. It’s a safe and engaging space that keeps your kids entertained and active.

The parks on-site shop stocks all the essentials, from fresh groceries for a cosy caravan dinner to beach toys for a day on the sand. It’s convenience at your doorstep.

Private Sandy Beach

Experience the joy of the British seaside on Central Beach Holiday Park’s own private sandy beach. Breathe in the fresh sea air, build grand sandcastles, or simply soak up the sun. There’s nothing quite like the sound of the waves lapping the shore to make you feel relaxed and at home.

Exploring the Hidden Gem: Isle of Sheppey

Nestled just off the northern coast of Kent and easily accessible from London, the Isle of Sheppey boasts a charming mix of scenic beauty and intriguing heritage. Despite its proximity to the bustling capital, this tranquil island remains one of the UK’s lesser-known treasures, offering a respite from city life and a chance to uncover an array of hidden gems.

Historical Significance

The Isle of Sheppey holds a storied past that is as rich as the soil beneath its landscapes. With history that stretches back to prehistoric times, the island has been a silent witness to a multitude of epochs. Notable historical landmarks such as Minster Abbey, one of the oldest inhabited buildings in England, and the Eastchurch Aviation Museum, which celebrates Sheppey’s contributions to early aviation, offer visitors a captivating glimpse into the past. Walking through these sites, one can almost hear the whispers of bygone eras echoing through the corridors of time.

Natural Beauty and Wildlife

Beyond its historical tapestry, Sheppey is a haven for naturalists and photographers alike. The island’s coastline reveals stunning cliffs, serene beaches, and dramatic sunsets that paint the sky with hues of orange and purple. It is a biodiversity hotspot where the Elmley National Nature Reserve proudly stands, offering birdwatchers a chance to observe avian species in their natural habitat. Each step taken on the island’s many walking trails brings you face-to-face with the untamed beauty of the English countryside.

Recreation and Leisure Activities

Those with a thirst for adventure will find no shortage of activities on the Isle of Sheppey. With the wind in your sails, you can engage in thrilling watersports or take a more leisurely approach to exploration by cycling along the island’s panoramic routes. Hiking enthusiasts will also find joy in the undulating paths that offer both challenge and reward. After a day of excitement, you can unwind at popular local attractions like Sheerness Beach or step back in time at the Blue Town Heritage Centre.

Local Cuisine and Dining

Rich with the spoils of the sea, the Isle’s culinary scene is a mosaic of traditional dishes and modern fare. The local seafood, caught fresh from the surrounding waters, offers an unrivalled taste of the sea’s bounty. Farm-to-table experiences also abound, presenting the chance to savour fruits and vegetables plucked straight from Sheppey’s fertile earth. While here, dining at one of the island’s popular restaurants or cozy cafes is essential for anyone wishing to experience authentic local flavours.

Central Beach Holiday Park – Where Great British Holidays are Made!

Whether you’re looking for a peaceful retreat or a fun family outing, Central Beach Holiday Park in Leysdown offers the very best of coastal living. Book your holiday today and start counting down the days to sandy toes and sun-soaked memories!

Lovely Reviews of Central Beach Holiday Park

We receive some lovely reviews from guests who have stayed at Central Beach Holiday Park, for example Sheila said; “ We recently had the pleasure of staying in a luxurious holiday home that exceeded all of our expectations! From the moment we arrived, we were blown away by the stunning décor and attention to detail throughout the property. Although we didn’t spend a lot of time indoors, it was always a joy to return from our day trips and relax in such a comfortable and inviting environment.”

If you are interested in booking one of our accommodations at Central Beach Holiday Park then click on “book caravans & lodges at this park” or call our bookings team on 01362 470888, Monday – Saturday, 9am – 5pm.

8 Grove Avenue, Leysdown-on-Sea, Sheerness, ME12 4QE