Canterbury Reach Lodge Retreat
We have invested heavily into the redevelopment of our Canterbury resort to create a destination offering luxury lodges in Kent with a beautiful countryside backdrop.
Our resort is due to be opened soon, so keep your eyes peeled for more developments and for information regarding the official opening. In the meantime, take a look at what we are planning at a resort which we are hoping will completely reinvigorate the Kent holiday park industry.
Stunning Holiday Lodges in Kent
What sets us apart from the rest is our attention to detail, and we are currently busy beavering away planning all the minute details that will help create Kent holidays that you will never forget at our redeveloped resort.
One of the major selling points are our Kent holiday lodges, which will be equipped with everything you will need on a self catering break, with full kitchen facilities, including all of the required utensils and serving dishes, as well as the core essentials such as ovens, microwaves and fridge freezers. All you will need to bring is the food.
Our Kent lodges will also feature a range of 21st century technological luxuries such as flat screen TVs and Wi-Fi access to ensure that you are never disconnected from the modern world – not unless you want to be that is.
If you are looking for dog friendly holidays in Kent, then Canterbury Reach Lodge Retreat is the place for you. We are planning to create a number of pet friendly lodges on our resort, allowing both you and your pet to take advantage of the beautiful countryside walks around our resort.
Things to do on Kent Holidays
Those taking holidays in Kent are unlikely to run out of things to do, with plenty of attractions which are easily reachable from Canterbury Reach Lodge Retreat.
One of the most highly rated attractions in the area is Dover Castle which is one of the most iconic fortresses in England which was erected in the 12th century overlooking the famous white cliffs. It has been the first line of defence for the British Isles for more than 950 years, resisting the French siege of 1216 and also playing a prominent role in the Napoleonic wars in the 1800s. In more recent times it even served as a base for those who played a role in the Dunkirk mission in World War 2. It is now open to the public and is a great day out for the whole family.
Regardless of whether or not you are a train enthusiast, the Kent and East Sussex railway is another great day out for the whole family in the nearby area. Jump on board an historic steam train and take in the glorious scenery.
Animal lovers are also in for a treat at the Wildlife Heritage Foundation in Smarden which is home to a range of endangered cats ranging in size from the Sri-Lankan Rusty Spotted Cat to the African Lion. It is also home to majestic Jaguars, and it is a true please to see them enjoying the tranquil atmosphere offered at this attraction.