Broomfield Farm Club Campsite

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 Campsite is a gentle, rural location peacefully set in the heart of the Sussex countryside. This East Sussex touring and caravanning 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 Campsite 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 visit the nearby Weald Way. Also close by is the South Downs Way, a visit to Eastbourne’s Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters are a must for walkers.

Check out the huge range of free pre-mapped walks and hikes near our campsites at Outdooractive's website. You can download the free Outdooractive app and member's can save €10 on an Outdooractive Pro or Pro+ annual subscription.

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 do not use sat nav for the final approach 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
Plan a route to this site
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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A place for Adventures

Broomfield Farm Club Campsite
We stayed for four nights on this well kept site, the choice was between beautiful shaded woodland or open, sunny, spacious pitches facing the green. Walks directly from the site, plenty to do and see locally.

Betty Booper

Caravanner

Reviewed on 29/06/2022 08:57

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Jubilee weekend

Broomfield Farm Club Campsite
We went to Broomfield farm for a couple of nights over the jubilee weekend, and loved how peaceful it was, and how friendly the check in was, a lovely lady booked us in, very friendly, and made to feel relaxed, we had pitch 42, which was huge, cooked pizza in our pizza oven, and just relaxed, On the sat we went and got involved in the jubilee celebrations, toast to the Queen, raffle, and laughs with strangers, was really good, Highly recommended

Shaun kath Pepsi

Motorhomer

Reviewed on 09/06/2022 19:14

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SJubilee

Broomfield Farm Club Campsite
Celebrated the weekend jubilee, everyone joined in with the celebrations, a friendly group some were touring and some are seasonals. Grass mowed and looked very neat and colourful, flowers around the office colourful. Steve and Kaye were kept busy with arrivals as the site was full. Most tourers I spoke to said they visit often and it’s easy to see why. With plenty to see in the area whether you are looking for countryside or visiting the seaside. Ideal for walking with the South Downs close by. There is a village shop and 2 public houses both about 2/3 miles away , a pizza van calls in the village . You need your own facilities on this site as no toilet/shower block . You get the feeling of space as there is a green area left in the middle of the meadow or a wooded area which has an abundance of wildlife and gives shade . This site is good value and peaceful even when full. People new to the site said definitely they will use a lot more and such friendly helpful site managers make for a happy stay.

chens

Reviewed on 09/06/2022 15:18

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Peaceful Sussex Retreat

Broomfield Farm Club Campsite
This is a peaceful quiet site in the Sussex countryside with two different area's for touring.The first area is the open pitches are the perimeter,these are grass and hardstandings,the good thing about this the centre area is kept free,so it does give the impression of space.The second area is a lovely wooded glade with pitches set into the woodland.There appear to be seasonal pitches in use. This is a minimum facility site with no toilet block,this just adds to the peace and quiet of the site. Now the site approach,I have visited a few years ago and prepared,the actual length of the narrow section is under two miles,and it does narrow to single lane at Holdcroft Lane,the turn here could be easy to miss,and one of these turns which has the triangular grass section,in the middle,so care required here,once through this it does open out more. Stalkers lane is quite uneven,so you will have to keep your speed down. But this really is a lovely site,with a couple of country pubs within walking distance,all for £17.00 fixed price,which is cheaper than some CL's..When you look at the value of this site gives it cannot be faulted.

Fozzie

from Kent

Reviewed on 26/05/2022 14:17

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Pity about loose running and noisy dogs.

Broomfield Farm Club Campsite
We stayed a week but as always there were a couple of members who allowed their dogs to bark at 7.00am plus on two occasions they were running free around the campsite. One member had an open fire which of course are not allowed and many of us had to shut our vans due to the smoke, another seasonal member has an awning that is about 16 feet wide which basically stops anyone using the next pitch. I took photos of the dogs, the fire and the awning and sent them to the site members team. We have stayed at the site many times over the years but never seen this sort of activity.

Seely

Motorhomer from Worcestershire

Reviewed on 19/05/2022 07:47

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Telephone:
01825 872242

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Before you travel

Ahead of your arrival onsite, please check our Before you travel webpage (camc.com/beforeyoutravel) for key information about roadworks or diversions and any site works that may be underway.

When booking Tour for less on the Club App please note the correct all-inclusive price will be shown after you press Proceed.

With our campsites busier than ever right now, we'd really appreciate your support with a few things to help everyone have a safe and enjoyable stay. Please be mindful of site arrival times (as they do vary), keep children and pets close by and within sight, and ensure you keep your speed below 5mph. Thank you!

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