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The Museum is about preserving and maintaining the rich history of aviation on the Isle of Sheppey.
Seaview Holiday Park is located on the north Kent coast and boasts a stunning seafront location.
The caravan park is ideally situated between the well-loved seaside resorts of Whitstable and Herne Bay. Only minutes away from the golden sandy beach! It is in the perfect location for those looking to enjoy family fun together by the beach.
At Seaview Holiday Park there is just so much for all the family to enjoy! You can spend a day at the holiday park taking a splash in the pool, spending holiday pennies in the amusement arcades or keeping active on the football pitch. The fun doesn’t stop there, after an action packed day you can head over to the show bar to enjoy the lively & exciting evening entertainment.
Local to Seaview Holiday Park, there is lots to visit and explore. Famously known as the ‘Gardens of England’ you can visit the beautiful gardens in Kent whilst staying at Seaview Holiday Park. For families looking for days out to keep the children entertained, there’s plenty to see including historical castles, wildlife parks, museums and exploring Canterbury city.
If you are looking for a holiday by the beach and in a stunning location, you won’t find anywhere better than Seaview Holiday Park.
Whitstable is a charming coastal town located on the north-east coast of Kent, England. It is a popular tourist destination due to its picturesque beaches and seafront which offer stunning views across to Herne bay and the Isle of Sheppey. Whitstable has a long history dating back to pre-Roman times when it was an important port for trade with Europe and the Mediterranean. In recent times, the town has become synonymous with seafood and oysters, particularly those caught in Whitstable Bay.
Seaview Holiday Park facilities are closed from November until March and are subject to park operation and discretion. 2cHolidays cannot be held liable for any disruption which is under park control.
Park entertainment passes to use the on site facilities are NOT included in the cost of your holiday.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic some parks may restrict or withdraw facilities and services for the foreseeable future for private let guests.
Here at 2cHolidays we are so excited to be expanding further and now able to offer accommodation along the gorgeous Kent coast. Seaview Holiday Park is a new holiday park to us which is situated between the highly sought-after holiday destinations of Whitstable and Herne Bay. The holiday park is in a fantastic location along the seafront, with easy access to the beach front and harbour.
Seaview Holiday Park is one of Kent’s finest holiday resort and attracts thousands of happy holiday makers year on year. Whitstable is a gorgeous seaside resort and a very popular holiday destination for those looking to enjoy a summer UK break away. Seaview Holiday Park is perfect for families as there is plenty to do both on and off the holiday park. Not only is this holiday resort great for families, but also for couples & adults who are looking for a pretty seaside town retreat.
At Seaview Holiday Park there is so much to do and enjoy on park. Days at the holiday park can be spent taking a dip in the outdoor pool and topping up your tan on the sun terrace. Children can burn off some energy on the sports pitch and adventure playground, as well as spending those holiday pennies at the amusement arcades. Don’t worry parents & carers, there is still plenty for you to enjoy and relax. This Park has a lovely family bar and evening entertainment venue where exciting shows and daring acts are performed. You can sit back, relax (with a drink of course) and enjoy the show! If you want to take a night off from cooking, why not head over to the restaurant and enjoy a delicious meal out before the lively evening entertainment begins. There really is everything you could need for the ideal holiday at Seaview Holiday Park in Kent.
The holiday park is located in the historic town of Whitstable, which is a traditional coastal town and full of character! If you’re looking for things to do in Whitstable, there is just so much to choose from. The town is renowned for its harbour and quirky shops, which have proven to be popular with holiday makers. In the town itself, the quaint streets offer a variety of different gift shops, eateries with locally sourced food, book stores, vinyl record stores as well as modern high street shops too. Not only are there brilliant shops to visit, you can explore the creative side of Whitstable as you wander around the variety of different art galleries. The Chappell contemporary boasts limited-edition prints from incredible contemporary artists as well as the Fish Lab gallery which hosts different exhibitions throughout the year. But what Whitstable is perhaps most famous for is its stunning castle and gardens.
Whitstable Castle or also known as Tankerton Towers, was built in the 1790s and presents realms of fantastic history. As you explore the Castle, you will discover interesting facts and impressive artefacts. Surrounding the Castle are beautiful gardens which visitors are also welcome to walk around, there are opportunities for guided tours of both the Castle & Gardens which can be pre-booked prior to arrival. Whitstable Castle is a brilliant day out for families as well as adults, especially on those warm sunny days. To make the day that extra bit special, you can even book a delicious Castle afternoon tea at the Orangery Tea rooms. There is a superb selection of homemade bakeries and delicate teas for visitors to choose from. Overall, Whitstable Castle is a marvellous day out for people of all ages to enjoy.
Although Whitstable itself has so much to offer, only a short drive away is the striking city of Canterbury. Canterbury is famous for its magnificent medieval cathedral, beautiful architecture and famous historic buildings. The city has a huge variety of different activities to enjoy, tailored for both adults and families with young children. Many guests staying at Seaview Holiday Park spend a day at Canterbury discovering the fine city, and one of the most popular things to do in Canterbury is take part in a river tour. There is a diverse range of different guided tours, from historic tours to chilling tales. The history based tour entails a 45 minute cruise along the river with fascinating facts, humour and beautiful scenic views. This tour is great for families and history enthusiasts. For the brave visitors only, the ‘chilling tales’ tour explores Canterbury in the same way, however gruesome stories are told by the tour guides as you wander downstream. This tour isn’t for the faint-hearted and aimed for adults as well as children over 12. Regardless which tour you choose, on a warm and sunny day, a tour along the river is brilliant for everyone.
Another lovely town local to Whitstable is Faversham. Faversham is bursting with history, with the oldest market town in the county as recorded in the Doomesday Book. With an amazing range of small independent shops, regular markets hosted by the locals and superb eateries, Faversham is a truly charming town. The markets held in the town are definitely the day to visit! The market promotes local businesses with locally sourced meat, organic fruit and vegetables stalls, homemade sweet treats including cakes and pastries as well as beers and ales. Aside from the different food and drink stalls, you will also find fresh bouquets of flowers, clothes, accessories, gifts and much more. In the beautiful medieval town, every year they host the famous Faversham Hop Festival which is now the largest street festival in the south east! The popular festival celebrates the county’s heritage of hop harvest with hundreds of locals and tourists supporting the event. The festival includes a variety of different games and food stalls, most importantly an array of locally produced beer, cider and apple juice. The lively festival has entertainment too, with live music on five different stages, arts & crafts, dancers and street performers. Don’t miss the fantastic Faversham Hop Festival in September whilst staying at Seaview Holiday Park.
Surrounding Seaview Holiday Park in Whitstable there are so many different towns to visit and explore. Additionally, there are also great days out for families with young children to enjoy. One of which being Wingham Wildlife Park. The national park is one of Kent’s largest and fastest growing parks and situation just outside of the wonderful cathedral in Canterbury. Wingham Wildlife Park is a family-owned park and home to many different species of animals. From tigers to flamingo and beautiful red pandas there is a diverse variety of animals at the park. Throughout the day, there are different talks and feed times as well as different experiences to get even closer to the animals. Furthermore, for the dinosaur enthusiasts, the park features its very own dinosaur Zoo and outdoor exhibition! There is so much to visit at the wildlife park and children of all ages are guaranteed to love a day at Wingham park.
Seaview Holiday Park is a fabulous holiday resort and in a superb location for a seaside break. With lots to visit in the local area, it really is a wonderful holiday location! We have stunning accommodation available to hire at Seaview Holiday Park with affordable prices too. Visit all of our available accommodation online and don’t forget to use the code ‘15off’ for a 15% discount to be applied when booking direct with 2cHolidays.