North Stoke Farm

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Beautiful Peaceful Getaway

We booked this site last minute with no problem. At £9 a night it's great value for money! We stayed for 2 nights and had no issues getting our 7m caravan down the lane and onto the site. There is no electric hook up but that caused us no problems. There is water and chemical waste point. We were the only people staying so had the whole field to ourselves which was a treat! Lots of flat areas to choose from for pitch up. There is a train line at the far end of the field but there were not loads of trains passing and these stopped at around midnight anyway. There is a fairly local village store with groceries and supplies and 8 mins drive there is the village of Storrington where there is a tesco garage and a lovely Chinese restaurant that we visited for dinner on our last night. We took our kayak and for £7.50 we were able to launch from the tea rooms at the bottom of the road from the site. A lovely restful break-would definitely recommend for those looking for some peace and quiet.
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Wonderful peaceful site in a lovely part of the country

We stayed at North Stoke Farm with friends for six nights this August and enjoyed every minute. I had some concerns about the proximity of the railway having sensitive hearing and being a light sleeper but it was no bother at all. In fact less than the road noise you hear at most sites. I can recommend this site to anyone wanting to get away from it all and in case you are in any doubt here's a brief video I've made of the site which I hope you'll enjoy. https://youtu.be/OKYamX80Jng
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A Hidden Gem with great walks!

This site is tucked away down a narrow lane alongside the river Arun but we have had no trouble navigating our 7.5m tourer in or out now that there are double yellow lines outside the pub as you turn into the lane. It is very quiet, even if you choose to pitch at the far end of the site next to the railway line wher it disappears into a tunnel! There is a steep wooded escarpment to the south side of the site and this can make getting a satelite connection a challenge but we have not failed yet. The farm house is further up the lane, turning right at the top, and the Lock family are always friendly and helpful. Walks are superb, either down river (via the suspension bridge built by Gurkha Engineers) to Arundle (stopping at the Black Rabbit pub), up river to the wetlands around Amberley or onto the South Downs Way.
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Peace and Quiet

Access was a little tricky with our large unit but manageable with care. Site with pretty surroundings and nicely kept short grass. Very peaceful with just the odd train. Down the quiet lane is the river and pub. Very good value for money. 

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Lovely area

Great area and a nice little CL.  Good walks up to Amberly and down to Arundel.  The Sportsman Inn just to the East of Amberly is a lovely spot to look out over the wetlands and has fantastic food.  The best chips of the week!  
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enjoyable peaceful and just what was needed !!

Arrived very clearly signed just off to the right. Walked short distance up hill to pay for the stay. Lovely kept ground and lots of variety in bird song. Will come again. Had no problem with TV signal or phone signal but on a walk saw a new looking mast so maybe thats why. 
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Peace in the South Downs (2)

A second visit to this site a week ago confirmed our previous impression. Wonderfully peaceful with easy access to footpaths onto the South Downs. If you choose your pitch carefully, you can get the sun throughout the day at this time of year. TV and mobile reception pretty poor (a bonus?!). I have only one complaint - it is to the very noisy cuckoo, who woke me up at 4.20am!! Paul, Maggie and our dog, Stella.
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Peace in the South Downs

This is a very pleasant, well maintained CL, just at the foot of the South Downs. The site stretches away from a minor road, which has minimal traffic. A railway line runs past the far end of the site, but the noise from trains was not noticeable. The most noise was made by the local Song Thrush, together with Peregrine Falcons nesting in a disused quarry not far away. There are good footpaths from the site, both up onto the ridge of the Downs and also across to the River Arun.
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