Co-ordinates: Latitude: 51.7777 Longitude: 0.7883 (apologies I cannot the more useful N/W details).
Address: Kelseys Farm Shop & Campsite, North Cray, Sidcup, Kent, DA14 5ET
Good for visiting: We visited Rochester & Chatham, but it is definitely good for London. Our neighbours visited the Chelsea Flower Show.
Phone & e-mail: tel:02083 002103 tel:07775 684166 mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions:- (This review is from the point of view of motorhomers driving a Swift Kontiki 669 tag axle – 8.56m)
What are the pitches like?
Lovely pitches. Not laid out rigidly. This is a nice big field with hook-ups all around.
Is there water on each pitch?
No – but the tap is easily accessible.
What is the electric like?
16A – excellent
What’s the site access like?
Good, off of Water Lane
What are the Sanitary facilities like?
Toilets: Good – 1 shower room, with toilet and sink (£1 for the shower) + a ladies and gents separate toilet. Toilet paper provided? Yes, and plenty of spare kept available. Showers: Looked perfectly acceptable, although we didn’t use it.
What other facilities are there?
Chemical waste disposal. Rubbish bins. Farm shop and kitchen. There is also a ‘crazy barn’ on site (useful if you’ve got little ones).
None of this affected us in any way.
If you follow the footpath past the farmshop you come to a lane. A little further along there is a open grassy area which looked lovely.
Close to a bus-stop (almost in front of the site) and train stations (withing 20 minutes walk).
Is there any internet; if so how much and how good?
No. No internet
Very welcoming and friendly.
How much is it?
We paid £18 per night
What’s the area like?
Good. Good transport links. There’s a pub within about 5 minutes walk. Shops are probably a car drive away though.
Nice location. Good to see the owner call someone out for driving too fast into the car park. The farm shop and the kitchen
Nothing at all 😊
We moved on to Essex, D’Arcy Equestrian (a Camping and Caravanning certificated site). If we had had more time here we would have visited Chelmsford, and definitely Tiptree.