Nightingale Farm has reopened its doors to campers, offering a rustic retreat in the heart of the countryside. Visitors will be able to indulge in ‘wild camping’, with the added benefit of amenities such as portaloo toilets and drinking water. To top it off, the farm provides a free service for recharging battery packs and refreezing ice-packs, offering guests a hassle-free experience.

The campsites provide spacious pitches with room for gazebos and extra sleeping tents, and little ones will be able to run around in the field and forest surrounding the site while pet owners can take their dogs for off lead walks along well-trodden footpaths.

Located in Yalding village, the area surrounding the site caters for various activities such as walking, river activities (including canoeing and paddleboarding), and fishing. Visitors can also explore the quiet cycling routes, suitable for all ages and abilities. If you get lost or too far from home, the owners can always come and help find you!

For those who prefer a more relaxed atmosphere, there are various foodie options nearby, including five local pubs (The George, The Walnut Tree, The Boathouse, The Woolpack, and The Chequers) and a tearoom in the heart of the High Street. Of course, a Village Store is also just a five-minute walk away, catering to most needs.

If guests fancy exploring farther afield places of interest such as Leeds Castle, Canterbury Cathedral, Chatham Historic Dockyards and many National Trust homes and parks are located nearby.

Nightingale Camping is the perfect destination for those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and immerse themselves in the tranquility of the countryside.

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