Merrylands @ Chiddingly
East Sussex (Browse area)
BN8 6HQ See Map
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Pitches: 10 acres
Open: Easter-end Of September
Tents No Caravans No Motorhomes
Run by campers a spacious site on organic land in rural Sussex. Two main fields with level camping, toilets, water taps, hot showers and direct access to the Weald Way. No set pitches - just turn up and find your own ambience.
Open fires are a favorite of ours - we love the smell of woodsmoke - and logs can be supplied.
We want to have as low an impact on the land as possible. Therefore we have created waterless (smell free) toilets which allows all waste to return to nature. We can deal with all recyclable waste, cans, tins, glass and plastic bottles, food scraps, but please take any non-recyclable (mainly plastic wrappers) waste with you when you leave.
You should be able to park by your tents in camping fields.
Dogs are allowed but only on leads when leaving the site as we are surrounded by livestock. Make sure you clear up their waste (dumping eco-bags in the compost bin is ok).
Families are really welcome - children go free. Please be careful of the kids having any crisps, sweets or drinks in individual wrappers as these can end up all over the unspoilt countryside surrounding us.
We only charge adults - £12.5 per night - a bargain for this fantastic open land in the heart of the Low Weald rolling Sussex landscape.
Please book via form on this site.
Come and join us - we look forward to meeting you.
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Bentley Wildfowl & Motor Museum
Blackberry Farm Activity Centre
Hellingly - Festival of Transport
Herstmonceaux Castle and Science Park
Weald Way and Cuckoo Trail
Knock Hatch Farm
Paradise Park, Newhaven
Long Man of Wilmington and the South Downs National Park
Eastbourne, Pevensey, Lewes and Brighton are all within 20 miles
South of Uckfield, East of Lewes, North of Polegate, West of Battle
Bull Bridge is north of Golden Cross on the A22. Turn opposite the Golden Cross Inn. Over Burgh Hill onto Muddles Green village - turn right, past Farleys Barn, left into Scrapers Hill. Into one dip then the road climbs towards Hale Green. The road dips again - at the bottom stop opposite the two oak gateposts to ensure oncoming traffic can see you before turning into the fields.
From Horam head south on the A267, turn behind the May Garland pub down Chiddingly Road. Turn right at the oast house, downhill to the bottom.
Site Location Map ( Click here to see all sites within 10 miles of this location )
Find nearest: National Trust English Heritage Fuel Pub
Nearest National Trust Visitor Attractions
Alfriston Clergy House - 7.73 miles from site Click here for details
Batemanís - 8.96 miles from site Click here for details
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