This park’s greatest asset is its Kentish charm and sheer tranquility. This is Darling Buds of May country, and you almost expect the Larkin family to greet you in reception. Fortunately, Tanner Farm is much tidier and more orderly than the Larkin place. With its friendly atmosphere, this medium sized site has been awarded five stars by the British Tourism Council, and it’s easy to see why. Beautifully maintained the park provides old world charm alongside up-to-date facilities. All around are orchards and fields- and there are decent dog walks straight from the site. Advance booking is advised due to the park’s popularity. A well-equipped playground is sited on soft bark chippings. Children love being able to pet the farms animals and bottle feed the lambs in spring. Many guests don’t stray far, preferring to stay on site. If you do tear yourself away, the surrounding area offers great attractions such as Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens, Igtham Mote, Bodiam Castle and Battle Abbey. Beach lovers will be in their element with Hastings and Camber Sands within easy reach.