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The Laughing Fish Public House CL
Station Road, Isfield, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 5XBView on map
Why stay here ...
- Our Certificated Location is located at the top of a field behind The Laughing Fish Public House in the friendly Sussex village of Isfield.
- The site is adjacent to The Lavender Line preserved railway, which runs steam and diesal trains every Sunday and on several other days throughout the year.
- The village also has a small farm shop and general store within easy walking distance and the site is close to the Brighton and Hove number 29 bus stop, providing hourly services between Tunbridge Wells and Brighton via the lovely county town of Lewes.
- The pub serves meals every lunchtime and evening, with the exception of Sunday evenings and all day Monday.
- WC available during pub opening hours.
- The site may also be available from November to March but this is dependent upon ground conditions - please check when booking.
- Booking enquiries via email please.
Latest arrival time: 10:00 PM
Some sloping pitches
Levelling blocks required
Electric amperage: 16
Great savings on days out
Offers available to Club members
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- TN22 5XB
- Lat 50.934835 / Lon 0.065016
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- Buses go to: Brighton, Lewes, Tunbridge Wells
- Daily public transport within 1 mile
- Nearest port: Newhaven (14 miles)
- Nearest train station: Uckfield
- Train station within 5 miles
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We arrived at this site which is behind a pub and behind a field! To access the site you have to go up the driveway at the side of the pub. If you have an 8ft wide van you will be struggling. The pub had scaffolding on the side and a sign to say 'Watch Height of Vehicles (Scaffolding). Would have preferred to have been told this had gone up and I could have made alternative arrangements. An angled sleeping policeman as you enter up the drive isn't ideal either. On the opposite side is the pub garden with trees and an arbour - seriously leaving no room for error. We passed by the pub into a beautiful mown field and had to keep going as the CL is behind the hedge at the top. We turned into the site and OMG what a disgrace. The grass (more mud than grass) hadn't been cut it was over 12 inches long. Lots of plastic litter, bottle tops and scorched grass and ash from open fires. I wasn't happy to let the dogs out. We set up (as per our email communication) to use Pitch 4, but no signs to say which pitch was which. Three vans in a circle which looked like they had been there for a while, with open fires and no regard for safety. The electric worked fine. But the site was very dusty, not level generally looked like waste ground. We ate that night at the pub which was lovely, nice food and beer, and found that the site it run by the 'community' We didn't see anyone at all whilst we were there. We had paid for three nights up front as we were staying six. The next day we went to the local farm shop which was lovely, however not happy with the site we packed up and left that afternoon. This site needs some help on how it should be run.