Guest Reviews

“Really lovely site. We loved the facilities. We were 3 adults and were given a very large pitch in the far corner of the site which suited us well. Lots of space and privacy. It is a very family orientated campsite so expect children running in and out of your pitch in the day/evening, but thats a reflection more on parents of fellow campers than the campsite itself. Lovely place would recommend.”

“Had a great time Glamping! The grounds are stunning and Sasha, the host, made us all feel very welcome and at home. It was great fun camping and we loved that each of the large tents had their own theme. Would highly recommend!”

“We had a wonderful couple of days at The Sunnyfield site and couldn’t fault one thing! The site is in a magical setting in the Kent countryside – and was the perfect balance of wild and informal, but with the cleanliness you always hope for on a campsite! The thoughtfully designed facilities and glamping tent were brilliant and the friendly hosts were always there to help and make us feel welcome. We found all the communication was clear beforehand are are already planning our return stay – thank you so much Sunnyfield for the rural retreat we could only have hoped for!”

“Such a beautiful place to stay and a very comfortable night’s sleep, I would definitely recommend!”

“Absolutely loved it, a beautiful location with wonderful facilities. We travelled from London to canterbury east via train and were able to get taxis to and from the campsite. There’s a gorgeous gastro pub within walking distance and pizzas were available to order as well. Having the fire definitely was a huge bonus as it opened up a breadth of fun possibilities at night, enabling us to star gave without getting chilly and play silly campfire games too. The toilets were well located and the showers were great too. All in all, would love to go again and could not recommend it enough. Rock on a sunny field!”

“We really enjoyed our short stay at The Sunnyfield! A very well organised camping site. Set out are large camping areas cut between tall grass and flowers. Great coffee from the hut in the morning !!! Definitely recommend.”

“From a stunning location high in the Kentish North Downs to sustainable, ecologically friendly facilities, the Sunnyfield ranks as one of the best sites I’ve ever visited. We loved the spacious pitch – ample room for three 3-person tents – and considerate spacing between neighbours. Each pitch has a dedicated spot for “cowboy” fires and you can hire a fire pit complete with barbecuing rack too. All the small comforts have been thought of: wheelbarrows to transport luggage from carpark to pitch; locally sourced charcoal and wood for the fires; an option for food deliveries; witty reminders of camp etiquette (so much pleasanter than the usual passive aggressive notes!); beautifully maintained compost loos and upcycled horsebox showers. It’s important to feel that we’re having a minimal impact on the environment and I really felt that at The Sunnyfield; even the spaces between pitches have been allowed to grow for the bees and other pollinators. Just as important was the friendly vibe both from the campsite owner and all the other campers. Everyone was considerate of each other, which made for a relaxing stay. In terms of location, there’s so much to see locally. We enjoyed swimming at a new beach every day – St Margaret’s at the Cliffe, Hythe, Tankerton – and visited the beautiful, historic towns of Sandwich, Deal and Rye. Options we didn’t get to but would return for are the 28-mile walk along the military canal, RHD small gauge railway and other beaches on the Whitstable side.”

“We really enjoyed our weekend at Sunnyfield – the site is gorgeous with pitches mowed into the wildflower filled long grass, offering privacy and distinct camping areas in an otherwise large field. Campfires on each pitch, composting toilets and warm water for washing up/showers. Everything has been thought of – pizzas on Friday night, coffee in the mornings! Just be sure to bring cash! We will definitely be returning, with great days out nearby (Dover Castle, Folkestone seaside park – Lower Leas playground is amazing!) it’s a wonderful location with lots to offer!”

“Dreamy three nights under the stars and amongst the wildflowers of Sunnyfield. Nothing to add really beyond the absolute epitome of what you want from a campsite – spacious pitches, well away from others but close enough to nod and wave friendlily, fire-spots for cooking and evening relaxation, very well presented compost loos and horse-box showers and the pizzas were great. No complaints, will def be back. Cheers”

“Just returned from staying at The Sunnyfield and had such a lovely time. Good size pitches with a good distance away from other tents. Nice and quiet at night with no noisy groups keeping us awake, we had 2 young children with us so this makes a massive different to our sleep! The pizzas were fantastic and I’d highly recommend you order them when you stay here. Can’t fault this place at all! Will be coming back next year.”

“Really well set up campsite. The compost loos and showers were super clean and the spacing between pitches meant you could play music all run around with kids without disturbing your neighbours. Lovely spot for having a fire and watching the stars or accessing vineyards, the coast, Canterbury, or countryside walks and pubs. It would have been nice to have had someone there whilst we were checking out (as we needed to get our fire pit deposit back) and there were quite a few families waiting. But otherwise a great stay. The pizzas were divine. Hope to be back next year.”

“We had a last minute new tent test weekend at Sunnyfield. Very big pitches, space for our 7.5m x 3.5m tent and a separate tarp cooking area and space to play frizby in between. Stunning area, middle of no where, clear night skies, no light pollution apart from camp fires. Lovely off road walk to local pub 4K away. Very tall compost loos so no smells! Amazing showers, like a wet room in a boutique hotel. Thinking about returning already.”

“What a wonderful approach to camping: getting back to the roots and ethos of camping. Minimising waste, environmental impact etc. Maximising peace, tranquility, closeness to nature. All this is made possible by the approach of the owners. And for those worrying about negotiating a compost loo – don’t worry. They were absolutly spotless. The way the pitches are set out avoids all the worry of overcrowding, and the addition of the on site pizzas and coffee was the icing on the cake. Or was it gazing at the stars…or watching the sun rise…”