Local & Lewes
Lewes is a historic and vibrant little town. With numerous independent shops, great little eateries and picturesque twittens, there’s plenty of things to explore. Biking, walking or kayaking. Malling Down nature reserve is well worth a visit too.
Brighton is easily accessible via train or bus from nearby Lewes. Explore its crazy mix of beach, independent shops, boutiques, attractions and culture. Hire bikes, have a sauna on the beach, or just try the local watering holes, followed by the Starling murmurations on the pier.
Our local countryside is sublime. There’s easy access to the first part of The South Downs Way for walking and cycling. It’s a short car ride to the Ashdown Forest, or just explore the beautiful woodlands by the campsite.
There are great beaches at Seaford and Brighton. Both offer perfect British seaside charm. Beach side cafes, fish and chips, pebbled beach and even free parking at Seaford. Find a great spot for a swim too, in the river or the sea.
Camping / £ per night
Structures / £ per night
Gridshell – £120 per night for 2 people with a minimum of 2 nights at the weekend. Extra guests, up to 4 more people, with no more than 4 adults in total, can camp on the adjoining grass pitch, or sleep inside the Gridshell. They pay our normal camping rates. Click on the button below
Tree tent – £125 per night for 3 people (maximum of 2 adults and 1 child in the Tree Tent) with a minimum of 2 nights at the weekend. Extra guests, no more than 4 adults in total, can camp on the adjoining grass pitch and pay our normal camping rates. Click on the button below