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Camping east sussex

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Catherine is an experienced, highly qualified and well respected local therapist and teacher of Qigong, Shiatsu and meditation.

And you’ll find all the essentials you need in our Park reception and shop. Dogs are not always allowed as we have livestock, but please ask us.Behaviour that offends or disturbs other campers will not be tolerated.Rod fishing licenses will be required and will need to been seen.We do not allow barbed hooks, we also do not allow keep nets and we require anybody fishing to have a hook removing mat.Hardstanding pitches for caravans and motorhomes are mainly gravel and include a grass space for an awning.

Our camping site is situated on a working farm which is in an area of outstanding natural beauty in East Sussex.

On the farm we have cows, sheep, 2 pet pigs and 2 donkeys.

We would love to welcome you to our small secluded campsite which has 15 generously spaced pitches, and for the glampers amongst you we have 3 yurts, a shepherds hut and a tiny house, so please take a few minutes to check out our website. Our Fairy Trail is full of wonder and surprise for children of all ages.

Fairfields Farm lies on the Pevensey Levels, an area of natural beauty and one of just four National Nature Reserves in East Sussex.

Stretching over 10,000 acres between Eastbourne and Hastings, the area is a large grazing marsh and home to many species of wetland bird and wildlife.

Each of the luxury yurts and cabin are nestled in their own corner of secluded woodland offering guests privacy and tranquility.