Fairfields Farm Caravan & Camping Park is a beautiful family holiday park near Eastbourne. It's located on a family run, working farm, close to the East Sussex coast. The park is open from 1st April until 31st October every year, and welcomes guests with touring caravans, motorhomes, and tents to the site. The park has 60 pitches, 50 of which are serviced with electric hook ups.
Facilities found at Fairfields Farm Caravan & Camping Park include a toilet block with showers, and a separate shower block that has unisex wet rooms. There is also a separate laundry room and a covered area outdoors, where guests can wash dishes, pots, and pans. Wireless broadband internet is also available for guests to use during their stay.
Gas canisters are available at the site, while there is also a chemical waste disposal point. Motorhome servicing is offered at the park for guests requiring this.
There is plenty to see and do on the park, with a beautiful campsite walk that leads away from the camping area. The meadow is available for gentle strolls as well as dog walking, and guests will also find a pond, chicken enclosure, and peacock house, while the surrounding fields also have ponies, goats, and pigs. The site also has a fishing lake, which the campsite walk winds past. The lake is available for private use by guests throughout their stay, though guests need to ensure they acquire the relevant licence before doing so.
The nearest village, Westham, has a selection of local amenities offering guests everything they need during their stay. In addition to a convenience store there is also a wonderful fish restaurant that offers a takeaway option. A number of pubs are also found in the village, while the public transport links from Westham are excellent, putting all of the other great locations nearby well within reach.
Visit Eastbourne, which is just four miles away, and is a popular tourist town. As well as having an amazing beach, attractive Victorian promenade and modern marina, there are amusements, cafés, shops, and a variety of attractions including leisure centres, a cinema, and more.
Guests preferring somewhere quieter should head to Pevensey Bay, a charming seaside village that has shops, pubs, and some great places to get something to eat.
Those who enjoy history should visit Pevensey Castle and Herstmonceaux. Run by English Heritage, Pevensey Castle is well known for being the landing location of William of Normandy in 1066, although prior to that it was an imposing Roman fortress, the remains of which still stand today. For 16 centuries Pevensey has been a key part of England's South Coast defences.
Inland, visit the picturesque moated Hurstmonceux castle, a few miles north of Eastbourne, to see the gardens, grounds and famous observatory from April to October.
For a fun family day out, visit Drusillas Zoo and fun park, which is found a short drive away, and has been dubbed the best small zoo in the United Kingdom. Seeing the cheeky meerkats and spending time in the enormous play area should be enough to most children very excited, even without the train ride.
If you'd like to try walking trails in Sussex, you must walk the South Downs Way running along the hills and cliffs overlooking the sea and going through the South Downs National Park. Further inland you'll find the High Weald Landscape Trail, running through the outstandingly beautiful and surprisingly rocky High Weald of Kent and Sussex. Travel west along the coast and visit Hastings and Brighton during your holidays in Sussex, both of which are within reach by car, motorhome, train or a scenic bus ride along the coast.
Fairfields Farm Caravan & Camping Park is a great place for relaxing family seaside tent, motorhome and caravan holidays near Eastbourne
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We are only one mile from the Eastbourne town boundary, and only four miles from the centre of this popular seaside town.
With its many attractions, you can always be assured of something to keep you entertained. Easily reached by road or rail you can be in the centre of town in minutes.
We are well served by public transport with Pevensey and Westham Railway Station 500 yards from the site offering direct rail links to Eastbourne, Hastings, Brighton and London.
You may be interested in our local church, St Mary's, the first the Norman's built.
Within walking distance, in Westham village , you will find fish and chips, fish restaurant, pub, newsagent/post office/general store. More pubs serving food and a tea rooms can be found a little further afield in Pevensey, along with Pevensey Castle and Pevensey Museum & Gaol.
Langney Shopping Centre is approximately 1 mile and the Crumbles Retail Complex and Sovereign Harbour are approximately 2 miles from the site. Here you will find superstores, shops and waterside restaurants and bars.
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Kent 22 May 2014
Great site, toilets and showers are very clean and plenty of them. Pitches are large, well marked out and level. Grass is kept short. Staff are very helpful and friendly. Reception lodge incorporates a small shop which sells the basics including gas. Close to local railway station and village with plenty of eating establishments.