your dog is welcome too…
Cliff Marsh Farm is a wonderful place for dogs. Away from roads and with no livestock kept on the farm your dog is welcome to come with you on your holiday.
The farm is a wonderful place for a dog, plenty of space to run around and ditches to have a swim to cool off. We do remind you that Wheatfields is on a working farm where tractors will pass by, keep your dog safe by keeping them close to you at all times.
Footpaths lead from the farm along the Saxon Shoreway to Peasmarsh and Rye. Or across the Marsh to Camber & Jury’s Gap. A climb up the cliff will take you to Stone and beyond.
The Military canal has works towards Rye and Appledore and onto Warehorne. A shorter route around Appledore and back along the canal is also nice. See ramblers.org.uk for routes.
Rye Harbour Nature Reserve - Great walk for your dog or just go to see everybody else’s!
Camber Sands - Dogs are allowed to run free in the winter months but can only go on the restricted sites between May & September, follow this link for more info: https://www.thebeachguide.co.uk/south-east-england/east-sussex/camber.htm
To cover the extra cleaning after the dogs holiday, there is a £25.00 surcharge per dog per stay. Please see booking page to add your dog onto your stay.
or Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
Your pooch is your responsibility, even though the farm has no livestock there are sheep in neighbouring fields, so do keep your dog with you at all times.
We would appreciate that if your dog has enjoyed itself having a swim and a roll in the grass that he doesn’t dry off inside the tent! And please don’t leave him alone in the tent, he may get bored and eat the sofa!
A limit of two dogs at any one time. We know only too well that a group of dogs will have a pack mentality and will decide to go on a walk without you.
If your dog is one of those dogs that like a good bark at the moon, please respect other campers who may not appreciate it and keep your dog quiet - peace & quiet is one of the key features of Wheatfields.