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Rated 5 of 5

Good for families

My "go-to" all year round place to stay

I stayed at this Club site, in a small campervan, for 4 nights in mid-November and I recommend it highly. The staff’s demeanour and friendliness spoke to me of them enjoying their work there and wanting to welcome you to share the place too. The site nestles in a dip between the hills and when its windy on the tops or on the coast you are sheltered. Within a 15-minute walk there are at least 3 bus stops with different routes and destinations: • The Marina. • Kemptown, Brighton City Centre, and Station. • East to Eastbourne passing through Seaford for Cuckmere Haven and the Seven Sisters. • West to Worthing. On the bike its only 10 minutes to the varied and independent Kemptown shops and watering holes. I loved the small independent bakery for warm fresh bread at 7:00 am! For “cold water” heroes the sea at Brighton seems less prone to sewage and pollution than other places and there’s the newly opened “Sea Lanes” between the Marina and Brighton Pier where you can swim in a heated open-air pool. The beautiful Seaford Lido is open weekend mornings Buses to Eastbourne are frequent giving you options to walk across the Seven Sisters or down to Cuckmere Haven. Or you could wander the Laines and take in the entertainments in Brighton centre. There are frequent trains to London taking roughly an hour and with a Senior Railcard and Freedom Pass the journey cost me £12.50 return. This accessible and sheltered Brighton Club Site provided the amenities and comforts you expect and to have such fun, in the middle of November, makes it my “go to” all year-round place to stay.

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