The Location

Fantastically positioned as the gateway to England and close proximity to the continent, Dover has a wealth of culture and historical heritage to be discovered.


Dover Castle with its amazing views to France, the White Cliffs of Dover made famous by Vera Lynn, Roman Painted House and Dover Museum (look out for information on the Abbey) & Bronze Age Boat are all a few minutes drive away.

A Swimming pool, cinema and designer outlet shopping can also be found in Dover just ten minutes away as well as ferries to France.

Historic Canterbury is just half an hour's drive away with its wonderful cathedral, charming medieval buildings, excellent shopping and the Marlowe Theatre for evening entertainment. The wildlife parks of Howletts and Port Lympne made famous by TV programme ROAR are also just outside of Canterbury

In the adjacent village of River there is a working, flour-making watermill as well as Kearsney Gardens to relax watching the wildlife on the lake, both with tearooms.



Horse riding is available within a ten minute walk.

Walmer castle the Queen Mothers holiday cottage with enchanting gardens are just a few minutes drive away. Around Dover and East Kent there is a great choice of beaches. Take advantage of miles of diverse and unspoilt coastline. Whether you want to go rock-pooling beneath the majestic White Cliffs or try a spot of fishing from a pier. Further round the coast there are numerous sandy beaches including Broadstairs, Dymchurch and Margate

Breathtaking, unspoilt landscapes have enticed many a famous visitor to put pen to paper. Ian Flemming wrote about James Bond after buying his St Margaret’s bay house from Noel Coward. Charles Dickens David Copperfield arrives in Dover and even Shakespeare mentions our famous cliffs in King Lear!

There are numerous walks in the area including several footpaths crossing the farm fee or for an easy stroll walk along Dover seafront and watch all the activity of the ships and cruise liners.


For golfers there are some of the most challenging courses in the world, including St Georges, hosting The Open in 2011 and Championship courses of Princes and Royal Cinque Ports.

For birdwatchers a visit to Pegwell bay, Sandwich Bay, Dungeness or just stay put and admire the many feathered visitors to the farm.


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