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UK Summer Motorhome & Caravan Show 4-5th JuneThe summer spectacular takes place at the Kent Event Centre. Please note we are not responsible for the content of external sites & any reviews represent the author's personal view only. We have spent the winter renovating the old nursery shop that was used last year by the girls, to run the Secret Teapot cafe that they opened on the campsite last summer. There will be a sail awning to cover the washing up area and all of the waste water is treated in our solar powered treatment plant along with all of the sewage from the shower block and toilets.
Tree Tent designer Jason Thawley has been advising me on the building works which  should look great once the work is completed although we will no doubt be decorating once the season has got underway. Join The Club from just ?48 per year to enjoy access to over 2,700 sites, exclusive member benefits and site special offers. Plenty of space to put your tent and still have space for playing in - helped by there being no cars on the site.
Quiet, but near all kinds of interesting places (Lewes, South Downs, National Trust, nearby Farmshop!).


I am reluctant to write a review because I don't want anyone else to visit the secret campsite. This week we have started the cladding so that we can start to build the new washing up area that is replacing the one we had last year. We will have new sinks with plenty of hot water for washing up and also a couple of fridge freezers for campers to store food and drinks in. With all of our electricity being generated on the barn roof from the solar panels we are very happy to charge phones for free.
Once the building is ready to use Jason and I start work on the Gridshell structure that replaces the Bell Tent for this seasons camping.
No cars are allowed on site so it is very safe for children which in turn means relaxing for adults. The pitches are huge, really spread out and set in either a lovely meadow or orchard setting with a flower and veggie patch near the reception. Sites are well-spaced; each is a circle of mown grass reached by a track and a fireplace is there too. Saw lots of other children playing and exploring safely, but it was also immensely peaceful, with everything on hand you need.


Totally recommended esp for first time camping with kids - maximise your chances of them getting the camping bug!Location is good in that it is quiet, although not masses to do very close to site. As mentioned The Royal Oak is only a 30 min walk from the site where they do some lovely food and are very welcoming. We booked with friends and all the children aged 18 months to 7 and the adults had a fab time. Because cars aren't allowed directly to the pitch, it is save and nice for children to wander around. The nearest pub is a 25 min walk along an abandoned railway line, turn left and through a sports field.
The site is beautiful now and with the amount of work put in will only continue to get even better. As mentioned we only stayed for two nights but having realised how much there is to do in the local area will definitely return for a longer stay.



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