Battle Normanhurst Court Caravan Club Site

  • 18/03/2016 to 07/11/2016
  • Open to Members & Non-members
  • Earliest arrival time 12:00

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  • 4 out of 5
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  • Stevens Crouch,Battle,East Sussex,TN33 9LR
  • 01424 773808

Pitches (what are these?)

  • Total pitches 139
  • Hardstanding 89
  • Seasonal 15
  • Storage 15
  • Max length = 10 metres

Graciously set within a former garden which boasts magnificent trees, Battle Normanhurst Court Caravan Club Site, which offers a choice between pitches in open areas or in small groups surrounded by shrubs for added privacy. Driving up to the entrance you will notice magnificent iron gates still bearing the name of the wonderful historic house. Visitors often marvel at the rhododendrons - an absolute riot of colour in the spring. Wander around the grounds and discover interesting artefacts from the former manor house such as floor tiles and ornate railings.

The site offers great facilities for families, including a play area for ball games and a playground on site. Dogs are also well catered for, with a lovely dog walk on site.

The caravan site is located close to the 1066 Trail, in a most delightful area of East Sussex. The area is rich with scenic delights for walkers, nature lovers and those who simply crave a quiet escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. The attractive seaside towns of Eastbourne and Hastings are just a few destinations that are conveniently located just a short drive away from the Battle Normanhurst Court Caravan Club Site. Battle is another small but busy town that is well worth the visit for its rich history - the Battle of Hastings was won here by William the Conqueror and the picturesque Abbey stands to this day in commemoration of the victory. The audio tour of the Abbey and the historic battlefield are well worth including in your itinerary. The caravan park also puts you within easy reach of the charming port town of Rye, complete with its castle and cobbled streets. More local attractions include the Carr Taylor Vineyard, which offers fine East Sussex wines, and a great selection of nearby National Trust properties to explore.

During the year the Battle area is host to many special events, including the Battle Bonfire parade, a marvellous spectacle and prior to that, over the August Bank Holiday weekend, the Medieval Festival at Herstmonceaux Castle which attracts visitors from afar - A treat for families and all ages.


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29 Sep 16 - 01 Oct 16 Adult: £7.30 Child (5-17):£1.00 Pitch: £7.50
02 Oct 16 - 20 Oct 16 Adult: £6.10 Child (5-17):£1.00 Pitch: £7.10
21 Oct 16 - 29 Oct 16 Adult: £7.30 Child (5-17):£1.00 Pitch: £7.50
30 Oct 16 - 06 Nov 16 Adult: £6.10 Child (5-17):£1.00 Pitch: £7.10


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  • Parent, baby and toddler washroom facilities
  • Facilities for wheelchair and walking disabled
  • Ideal for families
  • Dog walk on site or nearby
  • Significant historical or cultural interest nearby
  • Motorhome waste disposal
  • Laundry facilities
  • Toilet block
  • Part hard standings
  • Storage pitches available
  • Fishing within 5 miles
  • Golf within 5 miles

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Pleasant site

5 out of 5

Lovely site set to cc usual high standards. Very very busy when there but still remained clean and tidy. Very impressed with Stewart one of the wardens who seemed to go the 'extra mile" to help people out. Only downside was as so busy we had to pitch near the entrance which meant almost constant traffic. We have a dog and it is nice to see other dogs but was surprised at how many dogs do seem to be allowed to get away with constant barking. Wardens very good and professional in spite of being so busy

One not to miss

5 out of 5

This was our second visit here but won't be the last. There is not much I can add to the other reviews. It's a wonderful site and very quiet if you take a pitch lower down. The ones nearer the road at the top are a little noisier. So much thought has gone into the layout making the most of the remaining bits of architecture from the original house such as steps and walls. There are excellent long walks from the site, fairly well signed although always worth taking an OS map just in case. We just wish it was open all year round as living only 30 minutes away we could pop down throughout the winter!

Great Site

5 out of 5

One of the Caravan Club gems. Beautifully maintained picturesque site in a quiet peaceful location. Facilities spotless, friendly wardens. Area full of things to see and do. Only downsides 1) Due to its rural location lack of any public transport within easy reach. 2) No wifi though mobile on O2 gave a good 4g signal for internet access.

Things to do nearby


  • WalkingA good walking route near the site is the 1066 Trail. There are many other routes in the area and the local Ramblers’ Group leaflets are for sale at Reception.

  • CyclingThe nearest National Cycle Network route to this site is route number 2, Dover to Newhaven, part of the Garden of England Cycle Route.

  • Nearby Sustrans cycle routes

Local amenities

  • Town (Battle)

  • Supermarket (The closest is Budgens in Battle, about 3.5 miles from the site. (There are recycling facilities in Budgens car park). Co-op in Battle High Street, approx 3.25 miles)

  • Places of worship (C of E, Catholic, Baptist and Methodist Churches are in the local area.)

Attractions and events

  • Event
  • Attraction
  • Member offer
  • Battle Golf Course

    Battle, East Sussex

    Distance: 2.3 miles
    Member offer

    The course at 5928 yards is par 71 and offers a layout which is both challenging for the established player without being too daunting a prospect for the novice golf player.

  • 1066 Battle Abbey and Battlefield

    Battle, East Sussex

    Distance: 2.4 miles
    Member offer

    An abbey founded by William the Conqueror on the site of the Battle of Hastings. Battlefield views and new visitor centre with film and interactive exhibition.

  • Battle Museum of Local History

    Battle, East Sussex

    Distance: 2.4 miles
    Member offer

    Special displays of Battle's industries over the centuries including the famous gunpowder production.

  • Yesterday's World

    Battle, East Sussex

    Distance: 2.4 miles
    Member offer

    Discover a magical time travel adventure that the whole family will enjoy at award-winning Yesterday’s World, one of the South East’s best loved visitor attractions.

    Member offer
  • The Observatory Science Centre

    Hailsham, East Sussex

    Distance: 4.8 miles
    Member offer

    No description available.

    Member offer
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  • Earliest arrival time: 12:00
  • Postcode: TN33 9LR
  • GPS co-ordinates: Lat: 50.9077 Lon: 0.43189
  • OS ref: 199 : TQ711148
  • Sites directory map number: L3
  • Plan a route to this site


    Please only use these recommended directions for the final approach and not sat nav, due to unsuitable roads for towing. From the West on the A271 - 3 miles past Herstmonceux turn left (signposted Battle) continuing on the A271. The site entrance is on the right in about 2.75 miles immediately past left bend. From Battle on the A271 - site entrance is on the left in about 3.25 miles; ignore first brown caravan site sign opposite junction with B2204. Continue on the A271 to next brown caravan site sign and turn sharp left into site. Warning: please note turning off A271 into site entrance is sharp and should be approached slowly and with caution.

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