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!
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.
We are open for bookings throughout the year.
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.