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Copyright© 2000-18  Varne Ridge Channel Swim Park. All rights reserved.

20 April 2018  

Prop. Evelyn Frantzeskou

145 Old Dover Road, Capel-le-Ferne, Folkestone, CT18 7HX

Enquiries &  Bookings:

Tracy Clark

Mobile: 07471 355597


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View towards Dover

Varne Ridge front garden

View towards Folkestone


Varne Ridge is a small secluded & exclusive family-run Award Winning holiday park.

Situated near to the cliffs and having panoramic views over the English Channel to the coastline of France.

The Capel Cliffs, between Folkestone and Dover, are appreciated by visitors yearly. 

Varne Ridge lays just back from the North Downs which extends along the south-east coastline, so why not visit our park and give yourselves a treat?

There is no bar or any other facility likely to cause a nuisance, but if it's life and restaurants that interest you, there are many varied and interesting places to visit all within a 25-mile radius, including Calais and Boulogne-sur-Mer, so it would be advisable to bring your passports just in case you want to indulge yourselves in a bit of cross channel shopping.

Varne Ridge often plays host to distance swimmers from all over the world who come to England in the hope of swimming the English Channel.

The Channel is one, or if not, the most difficult swim in the world, making it the Mecca for all distance swimmers and their "Mount Everest", having more failures than success. 

If you are looking for spectacular panoramic views together with tranquil cliff-top walks or cycling on the designated paths over the North Downs, observe nature and wildlife in all its glory - then you have found that place for you.  On a sunny day you could be anywhere in the world - it's beautiful!

Click the link below to view things to see and do in Kent. This will take you away form the Varne Ridge site and content is therefore out of our control.

Visit Scott Ramsay’s travel blog on his visit to Varne Ridge whilst travelling for a month around the coast of Britain.