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Holiday Parks in Dymchurch

New Beach Holiday Park
Hythe Road

TN29 0JX | View map

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New Beach Holiday Park is the perfect holiday base set in the town of Dymchurch, on the Kent Coast. Our park is ideal for those who love family entertainment, but who equally enjoy the peace and quiet to unwind and escape from the busyness of everyday life.

Keep the kids entertained by enjoying fun activities in The Ballroom, whilst you can have a quiet drink close by at The Ballroom Bar. As evening falls you will find superb family entertainment in the same venue with cabaret, live acts and live bands, so you can either sit back and enjoy the atmosphere or dance the night away to a variety of great music!

New Beach has fantastic facilities including a large indoor heated leisure pool, amusement complex, pool tables and much more – a kid’s haven! Why not have a break from cooking and try our Café menu for some tasty dishes served all day.

For enjoyable days out visit the nearby sandy beach of St Mary’s Bay and the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway is always a winner with the kids. Also Dover is only a short drive away with its attractions and cross channel ferries operating short sea routes – a host of things to see and do!

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