Camp, glamp or stay in a luxury hot tub lodge on this award-winning holiday park in East Sussex. The pet and family-friendly Chestnut Meadow Camping & Caravan Park is minutes from the coast, surrounded by idyllic English country landscapes and near many ancient towns and seaside resorts.
The park lies next to the seaside town of Bexhill. This is the heart of ‘1066 Country’, an informal area steeped in history and home to many ancient towns and magnificent castles. Overlapping much of 1066 Country is the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is characterised by wooded hills, sandstone outcrops and picture-postcard villages. To the west lie the chalk hills and mighty white cliffs of the South Downs National Park. Glyne Gap is the closest of many local beaches.
If urban exploration takes your fancy, a choice of seaside towns lie within easy traveling distance. Bexhill, with its beach, promenade, galleries, vintage shops, pubs and restaurants is just down the road. Hastings is only a few minutes further and highlights here include the clifftop ruins of a large medieval castle and a quirky old-town. Along the coast, the elegant Victorian resort town of Eastbourne is home to theatres, a Napoleonic era fort and a traditional pier. Travel a little further to reach the cobbled streets and old smuggler’s inns of Rye.
Onsite you can enjoy drinks and freshly cooked meals either in the café or delivered to your pitch or accommodation. To keep kids entertained there’s a play park and a games hall with pool tables, football tables and table tennis. Essentials are available at the shop in reception.
Chestnut Meadow offers three types of pitch: hard standing super pitches with electricity, water and drainage hook-ups, hard standing pitches with electric hook-ups, and grass pitches, almost all of which have electric hook-up points. The park also lets 2-person glamping pods, a 2-bed, 4-person wood cabin, and 3-bed 6-person luxury hot tub lodges.
Enquire about booking a stay at this welcoming holiday park in East Sussex today.
Reception is accessible via a ramp and accessible parking bays are available. The toilet block includes a disabled washroom with shower, sink, toilet and grab rails.
DirectionsThe site is located off the A269 just north of Bexhill and signposted on the A269 between Lunsford Cross and Sidley.
Things to do in East Sussex
Perching like a huge stone bullfrog in the centre of its moat, Bodiam is one of Britain’s most picturesque castles.
At the site of William the Conqueror’s famous victory in 1066 you’ll now find a charming village, ancient woodlands, a medieval abbey and a year-round program of special events.
Hastings Old Town
The quirky historic quarter of Hastings is home to antique shops, pubs, cafes and stalls selling fresh seafood.
This magnificent pier is the seaside resort’s centrepiece and includes Victorian tearooms.
A country park in the South Downs with walking paths, cycling trails, rare wildlife and a famous stretch of awe-inspiring white cliffs.
Brede High Woods
Woodlands home to deer, buzzards and water voles. A footpath leads to Bede direct from Chestnut Meadow.
Cruise through the Sussex countryside aboard a heritage steam train based at a Victorian era station.
Nearby family attractions: Drusillas Family Fun Park & Zoo, Knockhatch Adventure Park, Paradise Park.
Nearby fisheries: Wylands Angling Centre, Falkenvil Fishery, Home Farm Fishery.
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Essex 17 Sep 2010
What a lovely site. Very helpful staff. Excellent, clean facilities. Cafe provides great food. My children loved the play hall and play areas. Even though it was a very busy weekend, the toilets and shower rooms were kept very clean. Will definately return soon.