Albeit that this site is close to the suburban outskirts of Brighton, it is set within a "golden frame " formed by high open downland and areas of woodland. It is secluded, quiet, attractively planned and well maintained. We stayed from 17th to 19th March 2015, and although one of the two amenity blocks was closed for refurbishment, the other coped without difficulty. The facilities were clean and smart. A key is needed to raise the site's barrier both coming in and going out, and the helpful staff supply the key when you report your pitch selection. Brighton's bus services are excellent and frequent. This is just as well as parking in the town is very pressured - there are even pay and display bays in the lane leading up to the site! You can reach bus stops in a little over 10 minutes, and can walk through the local park to cut off a corner. Brighton has many attractions but for us the Royal Pavilion was the top visit - 5 star! Entry fee covers the use of state of the art audio/visual handsets that tell you all you want to know.