Battle Normanhurst Court Caravan Club Site
Stevens Crouch, Battle, East Sussex, TN33 9LRView on map
Why stay here ...
Graciously set within a former garden which boasts magnificent trees, Battle Normanhurst Court Club Site, 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.
This East Sussex caravanning location 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.
Located close to the 1066 Trail, 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 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 site 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.
We look forward to welcoming you to the recently improved site, we have added new serviced pitches and increased the amount of hardstanding pitches. Essential work has been carried out to improve some of the roads around the site, a new style motorvan waste point has been added and playground equipment replaced. We have also preserved the historic retaining walls at the site of this former grand estate.
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.
- TN33 9LR
- Lat 50.9077 / Lon 0.43189
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- Buses go to: Battle and Bexhill
- Car hire on site
- Nearest park and ride: Hastings
- Nearest train station: Battle
- Train station within 5 miles
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Stayed again at Normanhurst (third visit), the site is maintained extremely well and has all facilities required. There are good walks from the site on the 1066 trail. I have to thank Kevin and Jill, the wardens, for refunding a night stay due to change of plans (an unwell grand child!), very unexpected and much appreciated.
Site contact details
- 01424 773808