Fallow Fields Glamping


Gorgeous camping and glamping site in rural Kent

Ideal for

Toddlers Kids & pre-teens Teenagers

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From £90/night
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Two miles from Sandwich, in Kent, Fallow Fields Glamping sits amidst a dreamy four acres of fallow land with apple, cherry and pear trees. Enjoy brilliant facilities, an easy atmosphere and space for kids to run amuck, be joyfully independent and totally free.

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About this place

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Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

  • Indoor play room Indoor play room
  • Kids club / creche Kids club / creche


Eating at Fallow Fields Glamping


Eating at Fallow Fields Glamping


Eating at Fallow Fields Glamping


The newly built toilet block features a disable access shower and toilet. The site is a large open grassy field, which may not be suitable for all wheelchair users.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By rail

Sandwich Train Station is the closest, with direct trains to London St Pancras. A taxi from there will take less than ten minutes and cost less than £8.

By road

Fallow Fields is less than two hours from London via the M2 and A2. Travel from Birmingham and the North West takes between four and five hours.

By air

Gatwick Airport and London City Airport are the closest – around 90 minutes drive. You can hire cars at both.

About the owners

Lex and David

Listed since May 2016

We are a family focused campsite with lots to keep the kids busy so parents are kept happy too. We opened Fallow Fields back in 2016 and have been growing ever since. We pride ourselves on being able to make camping fun and simple. Sit back with pizza and a campfire while the kids watch a film in our safari tent.

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • With a spread of crops there is something being harvested most of the summer. In May you can help pick fresh asparagus, and there’s early apples in August.

  • Loads to do in the local area – try the beaches at Broadstairs, Margate, Whitstable or Ramsgate. Or going walking in the gorgeous Kent countryside.

  • If you’re after culture, try the renowned Turner Contemporary in Margate. Then tuck into some fish and chips on the beach.

  • Take the kids to Dover Castle and let their imagination run wild pretending to be kings, queens and knights.