Fairlight Wood Caravan and Motorhome Club Site
England, South East, East Sussex, Hastings
- +44 1424 812333
- 13 March - 2 November
Alan Rogers Review
A stay at Fairlight Wood Caravan and Motorhome Club site is almost like taking a soothing break in a large and lovely garden. It is a small and intimate site set in flower rich woodland and with many quaint footpaths to wander along. The area is rich in historic value - the nearby seaside town of Hastings was William the Conqueror's base camp in 1066 and it was here he chose to build his famous castle following the historic victory at Battle. The site has 42 mainly hardstanding pitches all with 16 amp electricity.
Fairlight Wood offers a perfect retreat for nature lovers - its surrounding woodlands are listed as a Biodiversity area so are ideal for spotting wildlife. It is also in an ideal location for dog walking. The nearby Old Hastings is well worth the visit for its quiet charm - here you can watch the fisherman bringing home their daily catch and eat some of the freshest fish and chips you have ever tasted. Choosing a touring holiday in East Sussex also puts you within a short distance from the scenic East Cliffs, and for walkers who enjoy a bit of a challenge, it connects with a lovely 5 mile Country Park walk which will lead you through a wealth of natural treats such as wooded valleys and secluded beaches.
The single toilet block provides toilets, showers and wash basins. Facility for visitors who are disabled. Laundry. Dish washing area. Gas sales. Motorhome service point. Chemical toilet point. No children’s play area. BBQs allowed, charcoal, gas and electric. TV reception booster system. Wi-Fi fair, charged. Defibrillator. No tents allowed. Information room. Pets allowed. Dog walk adjacent. Twin axle caravans accepted. Late-night arrivals area. Maximum outfit length 8.5 metres. Earliest time of arrival 12 noon. Bus stop 500 metres. Train Station 5 miles. Aldi 2.5 miles.
The Campsite Says...“ ”
From the north, A21: about 2.5 miles past B2244 junction (0.25 mile past Claremont School signs on left and just past `Welcome to Hastings and Cinque Ports' sign) pass under overhead bridge and immediately turn right into Junction Road. At T-junction turn right (signposted A259 Folkestone). In 2.75 miles at traffic lights turn left onto A259 (signposted Rye). In 1.25 miles turn right at signpost to Pett into Friars Hill (opposite White Hart public house). 140 metres past Pett village sign turn left into Watermill Lane. The site is on the right within 0.5 mile. Please note, Watermill Lane is immediately past left bend in road, 140 metres past Pett village sign. From East (Rye) on A259: continue past Robin Hood public house and Buckswood School for approximately 3.2 miles. At Guestling turn left signposted Pett Friars Hill, opposite the White Hart public house, and proceed as above. Please only use these recommended directions for the final approach and not sat nav, due to alternative routes being unsuitable for towing.
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