Top 10 campsites sussex
Its very name is a mystery: there’s nothing to link this place with the infamous green-clad hero of Sherwood Forest, but the name stands as an inexplicable suggestion of some legendary past.
What's allowed Tents, campervans, well-behaved groups – yes. Kids welcome but the owners prefer to limit the number of children on site, so check when booking. Wi-Fi internet access, BBQ bricks, mobile phone charging at reception, cold drinks and snacks, friendly staff on site 24 hrs.The first-rate views really make this site: from its grassy field sloping towards the sea you can watch the tide wash in and out over the whole sweep of shoreline, or gaze across a patchwork of sheep- and cow-dotted fields, woods, rolling hills and moors. The owners, Jill and Gordon Halder, are famously attentive, ensuring that visitors have everything they need. Ninham, Shanklin, Isle of Wight Located on the southeast of the aptly nicknamed ‘Garden Isle’, Ninham Country Holidays is a campsite with a secluded rural feel, yet one that remains a short distance from one of the nicest resorts on the coast.What's allowed Tents, campervans, caravans, dogs – yes. Amenities Pitches for 50 tents and 20 campervans/caravans spread out across a gently sloping field. With its functional new town and quaint, thatched old town, Shanklin has been a popular part of the Isle of Wight since tourism began here.Looking for somewhere different to camp in the UK this summer?
Here are ten of our favourite pitches in England and the Isle of Wight, taken from the new Cool Camping guide Brighton Road, Lewes, East Slap bang in the heart of the peaceful, undulating East Sussex Downs lies Housedean Farm Sussex, a 900-acre family-run place.An ancient steam locomotive services the nearest train station to the campsite, huffing and puffing the six miles between Swanage and Norden.