Things to do…
Wheatfield’s luxury glamping site is ideally located to offer our visitors plenty of outdoor activities. The local area offers scenic walks, quiet bike routes, fishing lakes & rivers, watersports, bird watching or just chilling on one of the many beautiful beaches. See our ‘Explore’ page with more info on places to visit.
walking & cycling
There are some wonderful walks starting from the farm. This includes the famous Saxon Shoreway Footpaths that lead across the Romney Marsh, the Rother Valley and over the Isle of Oxney."
Enjoy wide open spaces and gorgeous woods full of wildlife.
Explore Kent’s website has lots of walks, info and maps: https://explorekent.org/activities/?activityType=walking
The many beaches offer great walks, some areas have dog restrictions during the summer months.
Romney Marsh offers some quiet cycling routes with no hills! For routes follow this link: https://theromneymarsh.net/cycling
Electric & pedal bikes for hire, Ebikes offer riding instruction, helmets & suggested routes. Tel: 07960 587482.
Wheatfields is only 5 miles from the coast where water babies can indulge in sailing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, kayaking or stand-up paddle boarding.
Rye Watersports Located on a safe inland lake the family run centre offers lessons & hire for dinghy sailing, paddle boards & Kayaks. Groups & individual lessons and kid’s clubs all available plus there is a lake-side cafe selling great coffee & snacks. Tel: 01797 225238.
Camber Kite Surfing - learn to kite surf at Camber or Greatstone. Also has kite buggy courses and powerkite experiences. Groups & individuals welcome. Equipment, wetsuits & clothing for sale. Tel: 07960 587482.
Fishing is available on our privately owned stretches of the River Rother and Royal Military Canal. Bring your own rods & tackle. Unfortunately no guarantee you will catch a fish.
Fly & sea fishing nearby.
Bird Watching - There are plenty of opportunities for the enthusiast. Rye Harbour Nature Reserve and the RSPB reserve at Dungerness is just a 10 min drive away. The Romney Marsh website has full listings.
The farm is a magnet for wildlife and guests are welcome to wander, at their own risk around the farm. where you could sport a variety of birds. Sandpipers, Buzzards, Swans, Barn Owls, Sparrowhawks, Cormorants, Mallard, Teal, Egret, Heron and if your lucky a Kingfisher & new to the Marsh a Great White Egret.
However guests must be careful wandering across the fields as this is a working farm. Guidence will be given on arrival on any areas which are off limits.