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We stayed here for a long weekend. It had been raining for the day when we arrived and it could get boggy after a long wet period. As said by others, the main road noise is not disturbing. The walk in the woods at the rear of the site is lovely. We are likely to return!!
We spent a week here at Swiftsden between lockdowns in summer 2020 We always look for NONE EHU CL's they are usually less populated and reasonably priced in lovely locations. Although this site is on the A21 you would not know it as there is very little noise you might hear the odd motorbike and that's it There are 2 handy petrol stations with good shops 200 yards down the road selling all you need. We are cyclists and this site is a couple of miles down the road from Flimwell where there are some fantastic cycle routes through the forest. You can cycle up to Flimwell as there is a cycle path all the way up well away from traffic. There is a little used public foot path that runs down the south side of the site that takes you down to some great woodland where you can locate another path that brings you up north side of site making a nice circular route through the woods . The owners are very helpful and keep everything neat and tidy Certainly a CL we will be returning to we loved it
This site is off a main road however it is set far enough back that we didn't notice any noise. The site is beautiful and the owners so welcoming. There is plenty of room and it had walks round it including a trail for kids to discover. We stay here when visiting relatives on the coast and when visiting Herstmonceux. There is a farm shop opposite with great food and a garage literally 5 minutes walk up the road. You couldn't ask for more. Please be aware no ehu but that suits us fine. We have already booked for the next year and intend to visit regularly.
With a pond full of fish and plenty of trails in the adjoining woods this is a relaxing place to stay. There is a bit of noise form the road but not enough to disturb sleep. Not far from Bateman's, Rudyard Kipling's home.