Welcome To Roundoak Farm
Caravan and Motorhome Club
5 Outfits Only
Roundoak Farm is a working farm that focuses largely on breeding of rare breed sheep including Hebridean, North Ronaldsays and the very rare Boreray sheep, and also Highland and Sussex cows. It is set in the heart of the Kentish countryside, south of the county town Maidstone, on the southerly slopes of the Greensand Ridge overlooking the beautiful weald of Kent. The mainly grassland farm now consists of approximately 180 acres including 5 acres of natural oak woodland at Sutton Valence and a further 50 acres just a mile or so away in Ulcombe. The farm also conservation graze in excess of 1500 acres throughout central Kent. More on our Web Site
Facilities : Adults only, Electric hook up available, Easy access, Suitable for Caravans and Motorhomes, Grass & Hardstanding pitches, Scenic views, Toilet, Shower, Wifi, RVs welcome, Dogs allowed, Rally field available, TV reception good.
Nearby : Public transport, Golf, Fishing, Shop, Cafe/Tea room, Pub/Restaurant
Open : All year
Pitch Fee : from £17
Fantastic! Highly recommended and will return
Stayed for two nights and had a great weekend. We went with friends so had two caravans, 4 adults and a dog in total. We were allowed to pitch together and however we liked to suit our vans so not having to stick to grid lines like lots of sites. There was the offer of hard standing or grass. The woods where we were allowed to walk the dog (on a lead) was absolutely beautiful with fairy lights that come on as soon as it's dark and light a path. There is a bbq with bar area and fire pits, tables and chairs in there too so it would be a fantastic location for a party or wedding. Then there's the pop up entertainment area where they can set up another bar, the gorgeous new shower (only one but we didn't have to wait or queue), glamping the other side of the farm and the animals. We had a fantastic weekend and even bought some of their meat (frozen) which we've eaten this week and it was gorgeous and really quite cheap - sausages, streaky bacon and beef skirt for stew. They also sell eggs from the freely roaming chickens - and maybe duck eggs too but not sure - as well as wool from their own sheep and other bits in the shop area. Would not hesitate to recommend and return. Thank you Ruth and Norman and family.
A real gem of a site
Spent 15 nights here and absolutely enjoyed the wonderful surroundings in a peaceful setting. Great views and plenty of bird displays by Buzzards and more. Ruth and Norman very welcoming and gave us a tour of both their CL locations during our stay and enjoyed seeing the farm livestock. They even arranged fantastic weather.... We used this site to relax and unwind in the main and to visit some Kent attractions, including Hever Castle and also Bodiam castle via the steam railway from Tenterden. Great Saturday market in Faversham and finally an air show at Headcorn airfield. We were even treated to an impromptu solo Spitfire display over the CL as we dismantled the awning on our last evening. Duck eggs and sausages from the farm went down well and cannot wait to sample the steak we bought prior to departure! Unable to comment on washroom facilities as we did not use them, as we do not also use them on club sites, but expect they are to a high standard in line with the excellent way the CL is managed. Will return in the future, for sure.
The best CL site we have stayed on
There is no underestimating the hard work and thought that the owners have invested here. Everything is well put together with quality facilities, within picturesque grounds. added to that the owners happen to be lovely - very helpful and friendly people - gives an overall experience that must be experienced. If you are looking for something in this location, give this a go. Although this site is not far from a main route, you could be anywhere here, no road noise or passing traffic etc. Great for exploring.
Beautiful peaceful Site
What a beautiful peaceful site. Ruth and Norman made us very welcome. Hope to be back soon
Directions : From junction 8 of the M20 follow the signs to Leeds Castle. Pass the castle entrance and proceed through Leeds village and then Langley village. At the crossroads by the Plough pub turn left signposted Sutton Valance and Headcorn, continue through sutton Valance, down the steep hill. At the bottom of the hill just before the Garage and car sales turn left into Heniker Lane. Continue along this lane to the T junction. At the junction turn right, passing a row of cottages where Roundoak farm will be found after a short distance on the right.