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Children's Play AreaOnsite ShopPayphoneDrinking WaterFree Hot ShowersElectric Razor SocketsWashbasinsToiletsWashing Machines, Tumble Dryers and Ironing FacilitiesDishwashing FacilitiesElectric HookupBottle Gas AvailableChemical Disposal PointMotorhome Service PointWiFi available. For details, ask at ReceptionDogs accepted (number on site at any one time is controlled)

The park is both sheltered and secluded by a wooded surrounding embankment.

There is a pathway around site. There is also a local footpath adjacent to the park.


Children's Play Park

View of some of the surrounding countryside at Gate House Wood Touring Park

  • Purpose built toilet block (equipped with hand dryers and
    shaving points)
  • Free hot showers
  • Separate disabled room


All heated during early and late season

  • WiFi available (ask at reception for details)
  • Children’s play area
  • Two purpose built brick BBQ’s
  • Direct chemical disposable point for motor homes
  • Small shop on site
  • A fully equipped automatic laundry
  • Visitors car park
  • Early/late arrivals area

Local attractions and other facilities nearby

Four Bars Nearby (within 1 mile)Four Restaurants Nearby (within 1 mile)18 Hole Golf Course NearbyFishing Nearby (within 5 miles)Indoor Swimming Pool Nearby (within 5 miles)

There are numerous local attractions and facilities nearby.

To help you prepare for your trip to Gate House Wood Touring Park and the South East of England, you may like to obtain our list of approximately 40 nearby attractions within a 41 mile radius of Gate House Wood Touring Park. Click on the red button to the right to obtain that list.

When you are on site, Dave and Karen can also advise you on other interesting things to do in the area, provide you with detail on local walks and lots more.

Local Attractions
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Local Information

Wrotham Heath ...

Wrotham Heath is a small rural settlement in the borough of Tonbridge & Malling which is in the county of Kent. The community centres around the junction of the A25 and A20, and extends up Windmill Hill at it's western end. It is part of the civil parish of Wrotham and is located approximately two miles south east of the village, and seven miles east of Sevenoaks.

Close to the Gate House Park Touring Park is a Beefeater pub/restaurant (The Royal Oak), a popular Peking Restaurant (The Ming), a Top Table Restaurant (The Vineyard Restaurant) and a petrol station.

In the past a toll gate stood on the opposite side of the road to the The Royal Oak; the toll house remaining until the latter part of the twentieth century.

Sevenoaks ...

The name "Sevenoaks" originated from the Saxon word 'Seouenaca', a name given in about 800 A.D. to a small chapel near seven oaks in Knole Park. Sevenoaks was historically part of the Great Manor of Otford, held by the Archbishops of Canterbury.

In 1200, a market was started in the town and due to its economic success, it made Sevenoaks a manor it its own right.

The current seven oaks are on the northern side of the Vine Cricket Ground. The average life of an oak tree is approximately 250 years and so the oaks have been replaced several times. In 1902 seven oaks were planted on The Vine to commemorate the Coronation of King Edward VII.

During the hurricane of 1987 six of these were blown down and Sevenoaks became "Oneoaks". Surprisingly, seven new oaks were planted which means there are now eight oaks! There is also a group of oaks near the White Hart pub on the Tonbridge that were planted in 1955 to replace some that were dying.

The town's motto is "Floreant Septum Quercus" - " May the Seven Oaks Flourish ".


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