Thriftwood Country Park
Leisure Lodge Sale
Our Sam’s bar is open 363 days a year and comes with an American pool table as well as a dart board. Next to all the usual board games, our bar offers weekly Bingo games, Quizzes, Killer Pool challenges, and many more. For more event information, please see below or contact our reception!
Our new bar team will welcome you back with some naughty cheesy nachos and punchy rum cocktails!
Red Carpet Event
Dress to impress! Live solo acoustic live performance by Chris Barwell from 7pm.
Strictly no lock-down lounge wear! 🙂
Please keep checking our social media pages for any events updates!
Hope to have a few Covid-proof events scheduled soon!
Every day is a holiday
Welcome to Thriftwood Country Park, a beautiful and tranquil leisure park in Sevenoaks midst the Garden of England. With its open spaces and woodland walks, Thriftwood is the perfect choice for couples, adults and seniors who are looking for a peaceful break away from it all. Thriftwood continuously aims to achieve excellence by providing holiday-makers with the best experience possible, which is also confirmed by an array of industry awards.
The park is situated 180m above sea level, on Kent’s highest point called the Wrotham Hill, benefitting from some of the driest and hottest summer days of the South-East, as well as from some stunningly snow-covered days in the winter. The park is only 3.3miles from the next local town Borough Green, offering supermarkets, pharmacy, hair dresser, pet & DIY shops, Costa coffee, restaurants, a medical practice and a five-star luxury adults-only Gym and Spa. For those with a hobby, the London Golf club is 2.4miles away and the Brands Hatch Race circuit is 3.4miles away from Thriftwood Country Park
THINGS TO DO
Thriftwood is perfectly located for exploring Kent’s diverse and beautiful landscape. The Garden of England has something for everyone: coastal beaches, breathtaking countryside, medieval towns, historic castles, seaside resorts, international shopping, a thriving arts scene and a rich cultural history – Kent has more castles, stately homes and gardens open to the public than any other region in Britain.