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Had a lovely stay at Little Halden farm in the Hopper Huts which were very well kitted out for glamping. Loved the fact that we could have a camp fire at night and were provided with everything we needed. BUT!!! The toilet/washing facilities are inadequate for the number of
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A lovely set-up on Little Halden Farm. Five of us stayed in the Safari tent, well equipped, lovely wood burner, clean and comfortable. Compost toilet and washing facilities. Peace and quiet on site. Our Children loved this holiday, playing in the field and woods, felt very safe.
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Visited the Summer Camping site at Little Halden Farm as part of a trip to a music festival in Kent. We stopped for 4 nights and totally enjoyed the experience. The camping field is set in the beautiful rolling countryside of the stunning Weald of Kent. Facilities compost
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Lovely quiet camp site with only 20 pitches so plenty of room between tents and you can pitch where you want. Facilities are basic but adequate with compost toilets. Showers and toilets cleaned on a regular basis. Jon the owner very friendly and helpful. Would recommend to
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We stayed in May for a long weekend and had a wonderful time. Jon is a great host and was welcoming and helpful. The campsite is well organised and Jon made it clear that we could contact him if we needed anything. We stayed in the Little Wren yurt - two adults and two small
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View down the valley towards Tenterden
Hi, The power in the Yurts is 12 volt supplied by a solar panel and battery. This provides power for the lights and a 12 volt socket similar to what you'd find in your car. The socket is suitable for charging a phone only. There is no mains electricity at the campsite.
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"based solely on sleeping in many different types of accommodation.... go for the yurts!"
"The 20ft yurt is closest to the loos and outdoor kitchen and showers."
"lovely views"
"Safari tent was a good choice"
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United KingdomEnglandRolvenden
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