Lower Wall Road, West Hythe, Hythe, Kent, CT21 4NW | Telephone: 01303 267679 | View Map

  • Wild flowers in Kent
    Based in Hythe in Kent, you are never too far from low lying streams, marshland, wild flowers and wildlife
  • The sand dunes of Camber Sands are roughly half an hour from site
    The sand dunes of Camber Sands are roughly half an hour from site
  • A quiet stream crossing, en route through New Romney marshland
    A quiet stream crossing, en route through New Romney marshland
  • Kids can let off some steam in the on-site playground
    Kids can let off some steam in the on-site playground
  • View tigers at Port Lympne
    Look out for magnificent safari animals at Port Lympne, just a 5 minute drive away from site
  • Bike hire available on-site

Open Dates:
15 Mar 2024 - 04 Nov 2024

Earliest Arrival Time: 3pm*
Latest Departure Time: 10am*


• Wi-Fi available
• Wash room
• Non-electric tent pitch

Why stay here

Placed in a pocket of grassy Kentish countryside, on a 'patchwork quilt' of farmer’s fields and tantalisingly close to soft, sandy beaches, our peaceful site is perfect for couples and families. Visit the nearby Port Lympne Wildlife Park, or head a little further afield to the sand dunes of Camber Sands, as well as Saltwood Castle and the traditional market town of Hythe.

Miles of tracks and pathways encircle the area where you can really let yourself go and make your own adventures. We're conveniently situated near Folkestone and Dover too.

Accommodation at Daleacres

Site details

Facilities on site

• Wi-Fi available^
• Wash room / toilets
• Dish washing area
• Laundry facilities
• Playground
• Car parking
• Pitches are: grass, non-electric
• Site shop: No, but there are supermarkets less than a mile away
• On-site Bike hire available through the
App-Bike app
• Dedicated 22kW electric vehicle (EV) charging station in the car park (fee applicable)

*These are the times for glamping. For camping, check-in is from 1pm and check-out by 12pm

^FREE Wi-Fi service is available in your accommodation for basic browsing and reading emails. For a faster service, you have the option to upgrade to a premium package for a fee of £5 a day or £15 a week. The free service is available on unlimited devices, the premium package is limited to one device at any one time.

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Before You Travel

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Activities & experiences nearby

  • Cycling Cycling

    Daleacres sits near to the grassy flats of Romney Marsh. The well-trodden tracks weave through the countryside for miles and are suitable for cyclists of all abilities.

    Bike hire is available on-site, making it easy to explore the circular route that passes the Royal Military Canal. The Romney Marsh Countryside Project runs guided tours throughout the year too and long distance riders can access the National Cycle ‘Route 2’ Dover to Newhaven which passes right by the site. View the Sustrans route map.

  • Walking Walking

    Explore the area on the circular route that can be joined at Burmarsh. The 10 mile circuit takes approximately 5 to 6 hours - not including a cheeky pub stop along the way.

    Hythe has some gorgeous sandy beaches to explore at Dymchurch, Greatstone and St Mary's Bay, as well as shingle beaches at Dungeness and Littlestone.

    Trekking routes include Tolsford Hill, an area of untouched parkland where you can pass over chalky byways, grassy meadows and sloping hills. You may get to see local wildlife, including wild buzzards and skylarks.

  • Things to try Things to try

    Dymchurch is only a 10 minute drive south of the site with broad, sandy shores. Head north for five miles and you’ll find Hythe, a traditional medieval town with a pebble beach and bags of character. Both of these towns have train and bus connections.


    Discover the rural and coastal heritage at the Romney Marsh Visitor Centre. Inside is the location of the Romney Marsh Art Gallery which regularly hosts exhibitions from local artists.


    It’s a JAM on the Marsh takeover every July, with the annual multi-arts festival built around Kent’s magnificent Romney Marsh and its famous medieval churches.

    Head to Sandgate Farmers Market on the first and third Saturday of every month to spend a few hours browsing wares from local producers. Hythe also boasts two annual food festivals, in July and August.

  • Pubs and restaurants Pubs and restaurants

    Travel the world through your tastebuds in Hythe with everything from Asian to Turkish and from fresh fish from the coastline to traditional glorious pub food. Try out the popular Coppers Spice Café and Wine Bar, a quirky and stylish authentic Indian restaurant.


    Romney Marsh has many pubs, from old village inns to modern wine bars, with rich histories and stories of smuggling and more. You will also find many restaurants, takeaways and tea rooms in the towns and villages, from the traditional with lace-embroidered tablecloths and fine china to more modern with vegan and organic fare.


    Closer to home is The Shepherd and Crook in Burmarsh, a traditional old English pub, just over a mile away from the site. Or if a cream tea is more your thing, head across the field behind the campsite the Lathe Barn Tea rooms for a cosy lunch spot.

  • Family days out Family days out

    Enjoy a fabulously fun family day out at Dymchurch Amusement Park, with plenty of rides and amusements to suit all types of adrenaline junkies.


    Take on the track with a Go Karting experience at the Lydd Karting circuit suitable for kids of all ages. For water-lovers, grab some paddles and hire a boat at The Royal Military Canal, where you can have a go at rowing or just enjoy the gentle canal. Test your balancing skills and take an escorted tour of Leeds Castle's picturesque grounds on a Segway.

    Dover Castle makes for a fantastic day out with the kids. Explore secret tunnels, stand atop the tallest tower, interact with exhibits, play games, join in events and run free on the grassy grounds.

Location and transport

Lower Wall Road, West Hythe, Hythe, Kent, CT21 4NW
Telephone: 01303 267679

Transport Links:

  • Buses go to: A259, Dover, Hastings and beyond
  • Nearest train station: Hythe or Westenhanger
  • Car hire available on site

Trips to France made easy

Our campsite is near to Folkestone and Dover, to the west and just off the M20. It takes less than 20 minutes to drive to Eurotunnel Le Shuttle and approximately 30 minutes from the Dover car ferry port (traffic depending of course), making crossing to France for a day a breeze.

*Prices based on a minimum two night stay between Monday and Thursdays during low season. Tent prices are based on 1 adult and a pitch. Bookings can be made online for tents up to 5x5 metres (approximately a four person tent). If you have a larger tent or specific requirements, please contact the site direct and site staff will help you with your booking. Please read our FAQs for further booking information. Terms and conditions apply.


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