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- Family-friendly site five minutes’ drive from the South Downs
- Beaches, horse racing and stunning country houses within 10 minutes
- A 15-minute drive from Chichester cathedral city
Can’t decide whether you want to spend your hols among lush hills and dales or splashing around south-coast beaches? You’re in luck: at Prince of Wales, a family-friendly site in the village of Woodgate, 15 minutes’ drive from the West Sussex cathedral city of Chichester, you can have the lot.
This small site in the grounds of a traditional country pub is nearly midway between the South Downs and the southern coast, placing you about five minutes from the edge of the national park for scenic hiking, biking and riding routes, and 10 minutes from sand and sea.
Equestrian types will definitely want to canter in this direction too: the site is well placed for track days at Fontwell Park and Goodwood (both within 10 minutes) and, if you’re as comfortable riding as you are watching, you might want to trot over to Hunters Lodge Riding Centre (15 minutes) for a day on horseback.
No doubt that’ll work up an appetite, which is where the benefits of staying on a pub site come into play: the restaurant a few moments’ stroll away so nab a table for some home-cooked food, then wander into the bar for a game of pool or darts. This is a dog-friendly pub, so feel free to bring Rex along – the owners reckon your best friend needs some hols too.
If you’d rather steer clear of other people for an evening, you can fire up the barbecue back at home base and pile it high with goodies from the shop a 10-minute walk down the road.
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Leisure on park
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on park
Car parking by site/unit
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Barbecue grills allowed
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Jumbo tent sites
Electric car charging point(s)
No drinkable water point
No hot water
No running water
Propane/gas cylinders available
Convenience store nearby
Dog walk nearby
Public transportation nearby
Small (11-25 sites)
Cycle hire nearby
Horseback riding nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Outdoor pool nearby
Touring and motorhomes
Gray water hook-up for RVs/trailers
Tourer storage facilities
Water hook-up points for tourers
- Coach stations
Felpham ( W Sussex): Southdowns Coach Stop
— 4.6 kilometres
4.6 kilometres Bognor Regis: Butlins Reception Coach Stop — 4.9 kilometres
4.9 kilometres Bognor Regis: High Street Coach Stop — 5.3 kilometres
- Train stations
Barnham Rail Station
— 2.1 kilometres
2.1 kilometres Bognor Regis Rail Station — 4.9 kilometres
4.9 kilometres Ford Rail Station — 6.4 kilometres
- Ferry ports
Bosham Hoe Ferry Landing
— 13.9 kilometres
13.9 kilometres West Itchenor Ferry Landing — 14.1 kilometres
14.1 kilometres Hayling Island Ferry Landing — 25.3 kilometres
Shoreham Brighton City Airport
— 26.7 kilometres
Early on in your stay, you’re going to want to make tracks for the Goodwood Estate, whether you’re a fan of the gee-gees or not – there’s plenty here for all tastes, including tours and afternoon tea in the house, fab gardens, a couple of golf courses, a motoring track (time your stay for the Festival of Speed or the Goodwood Revival), and airborne trips from the aerodrome.
Goodwood isn’t the only old stately pile in the area, so anyone with a penchant for landed estates and glamorous history should glide to Arundel, Uppark, Parham and Petworth for house tours and turns through the gardens. Like your history a little less grand? History buffs are well served nearby and trips to the Bignor Roman Villa and Fishburne Roman Palace come highly recommended.
For kids tiring of traipsing through the past, give them one last chance to learn something at the Weald and Downland Living Museum – an open-air museum covering 1,000 years of history – before heading to Bognor Regis for miniature golf, a miniature railway and a boating lake.
- Goodwood House (6.8 kilometres)
- Chichester Cathedral (7.9 kilometres)
- Arundel Castle and Gardens (8.6 kilometres)
- Petworth House and Park (17.9 kilometres)
- Uppark House and Garden (20.7 kilometres)
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- Does Prince of Wales have a swimming pool? No View all features
- Is Prince of Wales dog friendly? Yes View all features
- What attractions are near Prince of Wales? Early on in your stay, you’re going to want to make tracks for the Goodwood Estate, whether you’re a fan of the gee-gees or not – there’s plenty here for all tastes, … Read more
When can I check in and check out of Prince of Wales?
Please check-in at the bar before entering the paddock.Read more