Broomfield Farm Caravan Club Site (REF : BFF)

Stalkers Lane, East Hoathly, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 6QS

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Ideal for ...

  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

Broomfield Farm Club Site is a gentle, rural location peacefully set in the heart of the Sussex countryside. The caravan park offers the delights of meadows and woodland, the latter resplendent with bluebells in the spring. The charming village of Waldron is within easy reach and well worth the visit if you fancy a spot of shopping as well as to soak up the traditional atmosphere and local history.

A stay at Broomfield Farm Club Site would not be complete without a leisurely walk along the scenic South Downs Way situated nearby - the trail splendidly marches westwards from Eastbourne's dramatic Beachy Head and promises unforgettable views. You can reach Eastbourne by bus and the stop is located a short walk away in the local village of East Hoathy. The village also offers a free car park, a small shop and pubs serving food.

Also just a short distance away from the caravan site, you will be enchanted by the world famous landmark called the Long Man of Wilmington on his hillside, which dates back to pagan times. All in all, the area promises a memorable holiday getaway for the whole family.

Please note: This site does not have a toilet block. 

Facilities on site ...

  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Dog walk from site
  • Dog walk on site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Gas
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Motorhome service point
  • TV reception: fair
  • Wi-Fi

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Walking notes:
The Vanguard Way can be joined from the site or the nearby Weald Way and the South Downs Way from Eastbourne’s Beachy Head. A must for walkers.

Supermarket notes:

Supermarkets can be found in Uckfield, Hailsham or Lewes. Local shop are 2 miles away in East Hoathly.

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Directions

Please only use these recommended directions for the final approach and not sat nav, due to unsuitable roads for towing. From Uckfield on the A22: at Shaw roundabout (about 0.5 mile past Halland) turn left into road signposted East Hoathly. Within 0.75 mile in East Hoathly village turn left at The King’s Head public house towards Waldron. In 0.25 mile fork right continuing to Waldron. In 90 metres fork left to Waldron. In about 0.5 mile turn right into Holdcroft Lane (signposted Chiddingly); at top of lane turn left into road signposted Chiddingly, Graywood (care required as lane merges from right); in about 0.25m at T-junction turn left into Graywood Lane (signposted Waldron); in 140 metres turn right into Stalkers Lane. Site on right in 0.25 mile (immediately past Broomfield Farm house entrance). When leaving site foll signposts to East Hoathly. From Eastbourne on the A22: turn right at Shaw roundabout, then as above. When leaving site follow signposts to East Hoathly.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
BN8 6QS
GPS:
Lat 50.92511 / Lon 0.19372
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OS field ref:
TQ541162
OS map ref:
199
Handbook map ref:
L3

Transport links

  • Buses go to: Uckfield and Eastbourne
  • Car hire on site
  • Nearest port: Newhaven (15 miles)

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Wonderful site , brilliant wardens.

I have been caravanning over 20 years . I have mostly meet friendly members over these years. But today I meet the most arrogant member ever , he had a motorhome, and decided he was not going to the motorhome water service point to fill his water tank . Went apparently approach buy the warden , who politely asked him what he was doing as he had gone onto the service point which is for caravans and parked a large , heavy motorhome on the grass , which would leave ruts in the grass. Then proceeded to use pliers to the fitting on the water tap so as to connect to his water supply. He then replied he had done this for the last 30 years . He refused to go to the motorhome point as he considered this to far to drive . He then spoke to other members on site , one of which was shocked at his attitude. Members do not expect this , this site I have been coming to for over 20 years . The wardens are the most helpful, friendly and go the extra mile . I hope the club will back up the wardens should this go further. Brilliant, well maintained site . 5*

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Great value, peaceful site

This is a great value club site as long as you're happy using your van's facilities. Choice of open and wooded pitches and there is loads of space. Unusually for a club site not all the space is taken up with pitches.
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Very quiet location

This was a very quiet site - no roads, flight paths, tractors or anything. Lots of bird song! Noise from other folks dogs sometimes, but that is all. The site doesn't have an facilities so its just you and your caravan. The club shop sells milk, eggs, papers, etc. The wooden gate is always shut so you have to get out to leave/return. The site isn't actually in Lewes, which is 15 mins away. Brighton is 50 mins away. The local pub is a 40 min walk or 7 mins in the car. I think the site is adult only as we didn't see any kids, which is why it was so quiet! Nice spot
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A gem of a site!

This has been our first visit to this site and will not be our last! Spent 5 nights here and enjoyed every moment. The site is spotlessly clean and maintained to a very high standard. The dog walk, although not enclosed, meanders though woodland and is one of the best and most beautiful (bluebells were amazing!) that we have come across. This site has a lovely relaxed atmosphere, with plenty of walks locally. Although no designated play area for children they can happily ride bikes around, play in the wooded areas or play considerately with a ball on the middle field - thank you wardens! I cannot fault this site or the wardens, who were most helpful and friendly - they are a credit to the club and thanks to each and every one of you! :o)
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Peaceful and Tranquil

It was our first visit to this site. The country location made for a very peaceful and tranquil stay. There were plenty of walks to choose from plus plenty of places to visit in the area. We shall certainly use the site again and have already recommended the site to other members! The site fees were superb and and a fraction of the cost of nearby camp sites Many thanks to the staff and see you again
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