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"Explore the South East, its coast and towns"
The town of Crowborough was developed as a resort on the edge of Ashdown Forest in Victorian Times. Views across the Forest are superb, and the towns and beaches of the south coast are only 20 miles away from this lovely Club Site.
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Crowborough town is a ten-minute walk from the site, with a good range of shops and places to eat, as well as a statue of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who spent much of his life here. The town’s leisure centre is next to the site and offers discounts to campers using the swimming pool.
Climbing, abseiling and skiing are among the pursuits available at Bowles Activity Centre, while further afield, the beaches and attractions o Eastbourne and Hastings are great for a family day out. The National Trust properties of Chartwell and Batemans – former homes of Winston Churchill and Rudyard Kipling respectively – are also worth a visit.
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