Chephurst Farm

Haven Road, Rudgwick, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 3JH

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Facilities on site ...

  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: fair
  • Unfenced water
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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1 acres

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Postcode:
RH12 3JH
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Lat 51.08026 / Lon -0.45303
OS field ref:
TQ083322
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Portsmouth (50 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Billingshurst

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Loved this CL really impressed on our arrival

We used this CL as its reasonably close to the Downs Link railway cycle path We turned up and immediately though wow this is better that we though it would be Nice flat so no levelling problems Owner was friendly and welcoming What more do you want RECOMMENDED
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A lovely little CL next to lots of paddocks.

The owner is very friendly and the facilities are very clean. The site is located amongst the paddocks and a 15 minute stroll to the Fox pub. Would definitely recommend if you are in the area. Walks directly from the site but there are a few stiles to negotiate.

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Good value site

Contacted owner Liz by email for bookings who was prompt with answering and friendly. Good value for £14 including hook-up as most sites nearby were charging mostly £20 per night. Access to site is good, level flat road entrance via horse paddocks. Size of pitches were very large you could park where you like which is good as the field is massive. You are also left to alone which we like.The toilet block was a single toilet and another toilet with a shower cubicle. The shower looked OK but unfortunately it was lacking a bit of TLC, could have done with a good clean etc, not always helped by users leaving it dirty for the next user, not always the sites fault. The wooden cabins where they are situated needed a bit of doing up. Didn't bother us as we always use our on-board facilities. It also looked like they had shut off the payment meter for the showers and can only assume they are now free. The access for walks is excellent as there is a public footpath right through the farm.  Good local pubs which were all nice. Not sure why every review mentioned the peace and tranquillity as it is on the flight path of Gatwick airport which woke us early in the morning and lasted most of the day. When the planes are not overhead it is quiet and tranquil. Overall a good site but probably wouldn't return for the only reason being the noise of the planes.

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Tranquil - Chephurst Farm Review

We would thorough recommend Chephurst Farm for a relaxing, tranquil short break, particularly if you like walking. We arrived with our three small terrier dogs to a warm welcome on site. It was extremely peaceful and away from it all. We planned a good walk for our second day and it was one of the nicest walks I've ever been on. We walked part of the Wey and Arun Canal which is be reconstructed in sections and also through large areas of simply beautiful woodland. A great pub lunch at our halfway point, The Sir Roger Tichborne. Quite a few of the fields on our footpath route had Alpaca, horses and Shetland ponies, all very friendly. Easy to top up water and empty waste on site and handy to have a loo and shower too - although we used our own shower. Liz was very friendly and helpful and we would recommend this site and would go back.
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Chephurst farm

Not welcomed on arrival. The shower, toilet and handbasin is in a wooden shed. There is only one electric shower with a coin slot which you have to pay £1 for. I made three visits to the farm to pay for my visit and ended up by sending a cheque. The field is in a beautiful location but the grass is cut and left so there is dead grass everywhere. Basically a field with electric hook up and water
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