Robertie Lee

Blackmill Lane, Norton, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0JU

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  • Adults
  • Dogs

Why stay here ...

Set in the South Down's National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty, Robertie-Lea offers a secluded haven with farmland views.

This five pitch campsite provides grass pitches on a spacious, level paddock with electric hook-ups and chemical waste disposal point.

Robertie-Lea, just off the A27, is close to the Cathedral city of Chichester, the market town of Arundel and historic Petworth, all of which offer interesting and varied days out.

Goodwood House racecourse and racetrack is within a couple of miles of this campsite. Home to the world famous events, Festival of Speed and The Revival, Robertie-Lea makes an excellent base for these popular and exciting week-ends.

Located close to the coastline, a variety of seaside towns and beaches offer something for all.

Children by arrangement.

Facilities on site ...

  • TV reception: fair

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Pitches

Types of pitch: grass

Electric hook up available

Useful Info

Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

0.75 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
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Lat 50.857307 / Lon -0.667913
OS field ref:
SU939073
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Nearest port: Southampton (25 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Barnham

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Lovely place for a getaway. Basic, but as we like it. Stayed 2/3/4th June

Good little site. Basic facilities but that is ok with us. Lovely mown grass. Quiet apart from the traffic noise, which we did not really notice after a few minutes. Not intrusive. Will certainly stay here again, and to be honest, hope that others do not find it, as it will probably always be full.

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Perfect for Goodwood

We stayed three nights whilst attending Goodwood's 74th Members' Meeting. The site met our needs perfectly. A blackboard at entrance identified the pitch we had been allocated. Site is level, all grass (well maintained), firm enough to accommodate our van with careful driving.
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An ideal CL

Just spent a few days on this lovely CL which I’ve used a number in the past. The new owner is keeping up the high standard set by his predecessor. It is all grass, as I prefer, but this is kept short & the ground drains very well. Others have mention the road noise from the nearby A27, but that can only just be heard when sitting out. In no way does it intrude on what is a quiet rural setting. It is a pleasure to watch & listen to the large variety of birds.
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We'll be back!

We stayed at this CL during the ownership change. New owner Gus very approachable. Site well maintained and I believe some improvements may be on the way. Access from the A27 very easy, but there is a little road noise as consequence. More touristy things to do than expected once you investigate. Nice square site with well marked nearly flat pitches. TV good even with old Status aerial. Loads more to see, so we will definately return.

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Almost Perfect

We have just returned from a week at this little jem. Upon our arrival we were met by Gus ,the new owner of three weeks, who told us to pitch on a site of our choice pointing out that pitch one seemed favorite he then explained where all the facilities were and told us that whilst he still commuted to London at the moment if we had any problems ring him and he would be back within the hour. The site is well maintained, the grass is kept very short and there is ample space between the pitches, Disposable Gloves are even provided at the Chemical Disposal point ! The only negative point is traffic noise from the A27 so if you like to spend your day relaxing on site then this site is not for you. On the other hand if like us you get out and about during the day this site is perfect, return in the evening to listen to the call of the many birds around and watch the Rabbits come out to feed in the evening. Would we return ----most certainly.

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