Puddledock woods
Puddledock woods
44 Google reviews
Danny Child
Danny Child
12. May, 2023.
Arrived late in the day, after a nearby pub had let me down with food. Matt was really helpful and pulled together some bits to keep me going. Great to have a place where there are firepits, and very reasonably priced too. Also on the route of the Saxon Shore Way, which was ideal for me! Couldn't have been more helpful - and cool site - fun and quirky, plenty of space! It's proper woodland, with a full-on dawn chorus - may want earplugs - birds really go for it!
Jack Harris
Jack Harris
23. April, 2023.
We had an amazing time. The owners are very friendly and welcoming. The site has lots of lovely walking routes nearby and is very well presented. Electrical hook ups, indoor bathrooms, showers and appliances made our stay very comfortable. We look forward to coming back again soon.
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5. March, 2023.
I watched a horror movie that was filmed here, the cult of humpty dumpty.
Anonymous
Anonymous
11. January, 2023.
Liked: Good communication, surround and beer
Alan Taylor
Alan Taylor
6. December, 2022.
I have now visited here three times each time staying in the Lodge,Mat is a friendly guy and the lodge is cosy with the log burner on
kate m.
kate m.
5. December, 2022.
Liked: brilliant for wild camping with the extra facilities not too far away if you really want them!Disliked: nothing!
Helen Taylor
Helen Taylor
4. December, 2022.
We had a really lovely 1 night winter camp in the forest. Matt was so friendly and welcoming, what a great guy. Generous amounts of firewood to keep us warm and good firepits for cooking. Had a sneak peak inside the wagons and vans too and they all looked really nice for non tent campers. Love what they are doing with the place, it's got a great vibe - thank you Matt (and Willow the adventurous cat), we will be back!
Alan Taylor
Alan Taylor
28. November, 2022.
3rd time we have been here,Matt is a nice guy and the lodge is lovely
Louise Bowey
Louise Bowey
20. November, 2022.
Very friendly owners, lovely wooded area for camping. Village shop just up the road. All the facilities you need. Great to find a place out of season to go camping. Will definitely be going again.
Louise B.
Louise B.
20. November, 2022.
Liked: Very friendly owners, great woodland area for camping. Great to find an out of season site to book. Facilities are great.

About Puddledock Woods

Puddledock was originally on the edge of Kent, a dock for ships in Roman times.

The Wantsum channel between the edge of Kent and the Isle of Thanet has long since silted, closing the gap between the Isle and mainland. What it leaves is a beautifully diverse countryside now used for farming.

There are many local walks to the coast and through the surrounding countryside.

Wild camping is available in one of our spacious sites in the woodland. You can also stay in one of our Bell Tents if you don’t want to pitch your own tent!

Alternatively you may wish to rent our self catering Lodge, the Horsebox or the Waggon if you prefer some cosy comfort after spending time visiting some of Kent’s local beaches and historic towns.

Wild woodland, a stream, a wildlife pond and meadow await our visitors. We see a wide variety of birds throughout the seasons, mallard ducks on the pond and marsh frogs can often be heard and seen.

 

Around Puddledock woods

Pricing/Availability

We are open for bookings throughout the year.

  • For each of our unique self catering options prices depend on season and length of stay.
  • Minimum stay is two nights. Prices between £75 and £120 per night.
  • Low Season: January, February, March, November, December
  • Mid Season: April, May, October
  • High Season: June, July, August, September, Christmas to New Year and Easter
  • Please call or message for availability and price for your chosen stay. Discounts are available for longer stays by negotiation.
  • We are always delighted to talk to you to discuss your needs and any questions you may have.

Site Policies & Other Information

We’re friendly folk here at Puddledock Woods, but we do have a few site rules to ensure that everyone can enjoy the grounds safely.

  • Dogs are welcome for Wild Camping, as well as at the Lodge and the Horsebox, with a maximum of two per property. We politely ask that you do not allow them on the furniture or beds.  Please also bear in mind that we have three friendly German Shepherds in our own house and garden.

  • All our self catering properties have a refrigerator, kettle, microwave, electric hob, electric heater and a log burner.  Outside seating and a fire pit are provided for the Waggon and The Horsebox.  Bedding and tea towels are provided for all properties.