Shearbarn Holiday Park nestles in the hills above the historic and picturesque old town of Hastings. Overlooking the rural landscapes of the 660 acre Hastings Country Park, Shearbarn offers a lovely country retreat close to the three mile beach of Hastings and the bars, restaurants and shops of the town.
: August in 2011
The location was picturesk, but shower block had hardly any water pressure or heating so had to hike 15 mins to other shower block, some security very rude.
Security guard ripped the zip off our tent and staff did not repair it though one man had a go, the park manager was rude about our tent being destroyed.and offered no compensation and it was a brand new luxery tent.
The family pub was upstairs and over crowded and when you go out to smoke you freeze.
we could not take our dog into bar.
Nothing on site really for children or adults and wi fi disgustingly high in price.Hardly any disabled facilities, half the site has no security cameras and not much lighting.
The shop barely sells anything you need whilst camping.
: May in 2010
Visited Hasting Touring Park which is across the road from Shearbarn. We are two adults two children in a touring van was slightly worried due to other negative review. Could not have been more wrong. Half term week plenty of space facilities very good. There were security who very pleasant and staff in the main recetpion of Shearbarn where you have to book in very helpful and organised. Would have not problem recomending this site.
I've literally just got back from two nights camping at Shearbarn. I am sad to say I will NEVER go there again. Sad because I have been going there for well over ten years, and the decline in standards there has now reached the point where I have to say enough is enough. I paid £34 for two nights in my two man tent. For that I got to put my tent in a field and nothing more... the toilet / shower block was locked and I was expected to walk about a quarter of a mile to share the facilities in the caravan field!!! On not one but BOTH nights, a group of yobs were easily able to gain access to the site, set up a tent, start a huge fire, play loud music from their car, shout, swear, drink and smoke drugs, until about three in the morning, when two of the four went and slept in their car just outside the site and the other two went to the tent and eventually to sleep!! Needless to say they had not paid their £17! This went on for TWO nights despite being told that there was a barrier entry system and guard until 2am 'for our security' !! This place is dangerous and very intimidating. Don't go there! p.s. I DO NOT recommend this place, the review system will not let me reflect that!
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This reviewer is a single person, a camper