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- Camping, glamping and campfires in beautiful Sussex woodlands
- Located within the 2,000-acre private Beech Estate
- Pitches are set apart in clearings in our beautiful woodland location
The BEECH ESTATE CAMPSITE is open April to October.
Beech Estate Campsite is part of Pegs and Pitches Camping, two beautiful woodland campsites in Sussex. Beech Estate is an off-grid campsite with the option to pitch your own tent or stay in one of the site's pre-erected, fully-equipped bell tents for a "wild glamping" experience. Campfires are welcome at our beautiful woodland campsite and each tent pitch and bell tent comes with its own fire pit area.
The site is located in East Sussex near the historic town of Battle, within easy reach of London, Hastings and the South Coast. It is nestled on the edge of a 600-acre woodland within the 2,000-acre private Beech Estate; a classified Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The woodland offers limitless walks, forest rises perfect for mountain bike riding and areas for kids to make dens and run wild. Guests at the campsite have the exclusive use of the estate’s woodlands, as there is no access for the general public.
Tent pitches are set apart in clearings in our beautiful woodland location and, for campers wanting to feel very secluded, there are “faraway tent pitches”, set on top of a hill overlooking the Bracken Valley. These are very private, although there is a short additional walk to the toilets and shower.
Our lovely Bell Tents are also set in forest clearings and, in addition to designated fire pits and grills, come with their own firewood allocation, beds, a picnic table, camping chairs and cooking utensils for our "wild glamping" experience - ideal for families or those who want a comfortable hassle-free option. As we are off-grid, don't expect hair dryers, phone chargers, power points, butler service, silk sheets or hot tubs. "Wild glamping" is about a real camping experience made easy, with just about all the camping equipment you should need, set-up and waiting for you.
Adjacent to the campsite is the Estate’s meadowland area of conservation, which encompasses 110 acres of the largest and most important surviving tracts of interconnected ancient meadow in the South East. The Beech Estate woodlands and meadows support birds of prey such as hobby, buzzard, kestrel, sparrow hawks and barn owls. The meadows are full of orchids, ox-eye daisies, quaking grasses, bird’s foot trefoil and knapweed. As it stands 34 different species of butterfly have been identified on Beech Estate (including clouded yellows and painted ladies) as well as a number of rare insects.
We also provide our unique eco toilets and shower in a custom-made wooden gypsy-style caravan. The campsite is off-grid with no electricity but we have a mains water supply.
We have permanent wardens on site to assist our campers at all times and operate a small-scale quiet, relaxed and laid back campsite. We don’t allow amplified music and have a low noise policy from 10 pm in the evenings. The campsite is ideal for families and groups, to reconnect and renew friendships. Full campsite bookings are also available for special occasions.
Open from 04/01/2020 to 10/31/2020
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Convenience store nearby
Nearby farmers' market
Public transportation nearby
Leisure on park
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Barbecue grills allowed
Commercial vehicles allowed
No dogs allowed
Horseback riding nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Amenities on park
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Tents for hire
Propane/gas cylinders available
Jumbo tent sites
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Medium (26-50 sites)
- Coach stations
Battle: Abbey Green Coach Stop
— 3.5 kilometres
3.5 kilometres Hastings: Sedlescombe Rd North Coach Stop — 9.1 kilometres
9.1 kilometres Bexhill: Town Hall Square Coach Stop — 9.8 kilometres
- Train stations
Battle Rail Station
— 4.2 kilometres
4.2 kilometres Crowhurst Rail Station — 6.1 kilometres
6.1 kilometres Robertsbridge Rail Station — 6.8 kilometres
- Ferry ports
Newhaven Harbour Ferry Terminal
— 31.1 kilometres
Lydd London Ashford Airport
— 34.9 kilometres
Nearest Station: Battle (3 miles away). Trains run regularly from London Charing Cross and London Cannon Street take about 1hr 20 mins.
Taxi From Battle Station: About 10 minutes
Bus: The nearest bus stop is on the edge of the town of Battle. Bus Route 95.
Walk: The walking distance from Battle is approximately 3.0 miles.
There are lots of fantastic places to visit near the Beech Estate Campsite. These include many of the attractions relating to the Battle of Hastings 1066 Country area.
The historic town of Battle is within three miles, with it’s famous battlefield and abbey and lots of cafes, shops and pubs. The seaside town of Hastings is a cosmopolitan town which is home to the largest beach-launched fishing fleet in Europe.
The stunning Sussex South Downs are also nearby – visit Sussex South Downs Guide website for lots of very useful information.
There are also a number of great local pubs near Beech Estate Woodland Campsite which include;
White Hart Inn, The Netherfield Arms, and The Squirrel Inn
The Battle Golf Club is close by the woodland campsite.
Other local tourist attractions include;
1066 Battle of Hasting, Abbey and Battlefield
The Observatory Science Centre
The Jerwood Gallery - Situated next to the historic fishing beach in Hastings’ picturesque Old Town, the award winning Jerwood Gallery is home to the Jerwood Collection of 20th and 21st century British Art, and a diverse temporary exhibition programme.
1066 Country Walk
Smugglers Adventure at Hastings (Hastings, East Sussex)
Michelham Priory and Gardens
Knockhatch Ski and Adventure Park (Hailsham, East Sussex)
Eastbourne Pier (Eastbourne, East Sussex)
The Gardens and Grounds of Herstmonceux Castle. Herstmonceux is renowned for its magnificent moated castle, set in beautiful parkland and superb Elizabethan gardens. Herstmonceux Castle embodies the history of medieval England and the romance of renaissance Europe. Your experience begins as you make your way through the grounds and the castle breaks into view.
- 1066 Battle Abbey and Battlefield (3.6 kilometres)
- Batemans (8.1 kilometres)
- Bodiam Castle (10.0 kilometres)
- Bateman's (8.1 kilometres)
- Bodiam Castle (11.1 kilometres)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
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- What attractions are near Beech Estate Campsite? There are lots of fantastic places to visit near the Beech Estate Campsite. These include many of the attractions relating to the Battle of Hastings 1066 Country area. The historic town of ... Read more