Chestnut Meadow Camping & Caravan Park is a beautiful family holiday destination in the heart of East Sussex. The park is found close to Bexhill on Sea, the South Downs and the south coast of England, and offers easy access to a number of exceptional locations in the surrounding area. Chestnut Meadow Campsite welcomes guests with tents, touring caravans, and motorhomes up to 30ft long. A wide selection of pitches are available for tourists, starting with hard standing super pitches that provide electricity, water, and drainage hook ups, to hard standing with electric pitches, and grass pitches both with and without electric. There are 75 pitches in total, and 72 of them have electric hook ups. Pets are welcome to stay with their owners at Chestnut Meadow Campsite at no extra cost.
Facilities available for guests to use at the park include a modern toilet and shower block, a well-stocked on-site shop in reception, and you can order hot takeaway food from reception and it will be delivered to your pitch for you to enjoy. Wi-Fi internet is also available for guests to use throughout their stay.
Wheelchair users and people pushing baby buggies will be able to use a ramp to get to reception. There are also accessible parking bays outside reception for use by people who need them. In the toilet block you'll find a separate disabled shower and washroom facility, with shower, sink, toilet and grab rails. There is also a separate family washroom with a shower, toilet. sink and baby changing bench.
Enjoying a range of activities is also possible at the park, with an indoor sports and games hall, an outdoor play area, and plenty of open space both on the site and across the surrounding area for playing and walking the dog. The games hall at the site includes two pool tables, football tables, table tennis, and much more.
Chestnut Meadow Campsite is perfectly situated for exploring the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to the north, which offers miles of amazing countryside and woodland. The region is filled with great locations to enjoy a day of fishing, while walking and cycling routes cover the area, with gentle terrain and rolling hillsides on hand depending on how tourists are looking to explore. The higher points of the South Downs offer terrific views across the countryside and in some cases out to sea. Parts of the High Weald also head across the county border and into south Kent, where there are several exceptional towns and villages to discover.
To the south guests can easily reach the beautiful coastline. This region is known as ‘1066 Country,’ and the famous seaside town of Hastings is just a short drive away, although the small town of Battle where the ‘Battle of Hastings’ actually took place is just on the doorstep of the park, to the north. Hastings has plenty to do for all the family, with museums, art galleries, and various other historic sites and monuments to explore. The beach at Hastings is also excellent, great for paddling and swimming, as well as enjoying adrenaline fuelled water sports like surfing and jet skiing.
A short drive along the coast takes guests to Eastbourne, which has some great shops and is a relaxing, tranquil place to spend a day.
Heading north through High Weald and into Kent, guests can reach Royal Tunbridge Wells in under an hour, with choices of a direct A road or picturesque country lanes heading into the town. Royal Tunbridge Wells is great for family days out, with shops, parks, and various other attractions and things to do.
Chestnut Meadow Campsite is a perfect location for a family holiday in the heart of East Sussex!