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Approached through a wooden gate, then a short drive through a wooded area before a sharp right turn uphill into the CL. The site is reasonably level (though we used ramps) with grassy pitches separated by mature trees and bushes. The water tap is on the left, just as you turn right into the CL. The chemical waste requires a walk to the owners' house, so not especially convenient, but that's why the cassette has wheels and it is a pleaseant walk. The owner was very pleaseant and offered local maps and directions. We visited the Seven Sisters and walked in the Frston Forest, but there are many other walking possibilities in the area. We also visited the pretty village of Alfriston.
We stayed on this CL in April 2012 (when the weather was appalling!) and we had it all to ourselves, which was lovely. The site is long and fairly narrow and bordered by tall trees so it could be a bit shady in summer if you prefer a site where you can sit out and enjoy the evening sun. Pitches are in alcoves formed by the various shrubbery that has been planted. The owner is very friendly and accommodating and the site is extremely quiet and peaceful and so rabbits and birds abound. There's a very nice pub within walking distance and which is positioned opposite woodland (called Abbots' Wood) where there are numerous trails to walk. Access to the site is very easy and the site is lawned and well maintained. If the site had hook-ups it would almost be perfect!
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