Newick Lane, Heathfield, East Sussex, TN21 8PYView on map
Why stay here ...
My CL is in a lovely part of East Sussex with good views across the valley. The site is set within18 acres which include 10 acres of woodland, 2 lakes (120 yards from caravan field), one of which is approx. an acre which is well stocked with fish and there is a field with 3 ponies adjoining the caravan field.
The CL has 3 level pitches on the grass with level slabs to park your caravan on the sloping field. There is also 1 hardstanding (no Pegs) pitch on a raised area overlooking the field. All have electric hook-up, recycle and compost bins on site.
We work hard to keep the site in top condition and we like to keep the grass neat and tidy, to ensure this we will only place Motorhomes on hardstanding and we will need you to park your car on hard ground adjacent to the entrance. The site drains well and we do not have flooding problems but because of the slope on site and to protect the grass no front wheel drive motor homes are to go down the slope – most 2 wheel cars have no problems on site but if you encounter any problems please can we ask you to contact us and we will tow you off.
There are several villages in the area, Mayfield, Battle, Uckfield, Crowborough, Hailsham and Heathfield is only approx. 1.5 miles from site with 3 supermarkets – there are more in the other villages, along with many lovely local pubs and tea shops.
Eastbourne, Tunbridge Wells, Hasting and Brighton are in easy driving distance.
Sussex is A good area for walking which includes the Cuckoo Walk, also a number of NT properties. The coast being 30 minutes away. Several children activities around.
Well behaved members, children and pets are welcome.
Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM
Electric amperage: 6
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- TN21 8PY
- Lat 50.985244 / Lon 0.27063
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- Daily public transport within 1 mile
- Nearest port: Newhaven (20 miles)
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Beautiful scenery and woodland walks. Friendly owner and lovely dog. Owls hooting at night, ponies in the field adjacent and lovely grass pitches which were closed as the ground was too soft but I can imagine are lovely in the dryer weather. Unfortunately we were disappointed with the ‘hard standing’ pitch as it was pure mud. We appreciate recent bad weather however hard standing is just that ‘hard standing’ not squelchy mud full of puddles that was impossible at times to walk on in certain places. To give you an idea of just how muddy it was our 4x4 truck was spinning in the mud which was supposed to be ‘hard standing’. You could see evidence of old stones so perhaps at some point it was gravel but it certainly wasn’t hard standing when we arrived. A very steep hill on the property to get to the pitches and very poor signage around the site. Lots of old laminated notices that were unreadable and the electrics tripped at least twice daily even though we were the only ones on site. On a positive note our two spaniels enjoyed the mud and we enjoyed listening out for the owl at night. We left a day early and unfortunately won’t be returning.
Comment from the Club:
Thank you for your review and we are so pleased you enjoyed the beautiful scenery and wildlife at this lovely CL Site. The CL owner has been in touch as he works hard to ensure that everyone has an enjoyable stay. He has advised that the mud which was a problem in the very wet winter has been removed from the tarmac.