Wattle Hill Oast

UK England South East England East Sussex Bodiam

  • Short walk to pub
  • Beaches nearby
  • Good walks nearby
Call this camping? We don't think so...

Those of you who think camping should involve a good, solitary three hours of foraging, followed by another two hours of tinned cooking and a post meal hike will probably feel a little overindulged at a place like Wattle Hill. Their stunning pre-erected bell tents means you can deduct the time spent fussing over tent pegs and spend more time exploring the goods on offer, including the onsite PYO veggie patch, piggery, hen house, woodlands, shower facilities, swimming pool and sauna. Deciding on trivial things such as supper is a breeze, as there’s plenty of locally reared meat to purchase, plus you get a welcome hamper in your tent on arrival. Offsite, there’s a whole host of hiking and biking opportunities at nearby Bedgebury. But whatever you end up doing here, at least you know there’s a pool and sauna waiting for you back at camp – a perfect reason to push yourself even further, no? 


Weekend Fri–Sun £250, Weekly Fri–Fri £500. Bank holiday weekends Fri–Mon £275.

Opening Times

Open all year.



Wattle Hill Oast, Beacon Lane, Staplecross, East Sussex TN32 5QP

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Getting There

We are 45 minutes from Junction 5 M25. 

Robertsbridge Main Line Train Station is our nearest station.


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Rated ★★★★☆ over 2 reviews


Great is definitely an understatement!

We decided to set off on our first glamping experience this weekend, and this place was a perfect choice to say the least. Upon arrival we were very kindly greater by Sarah and her team who took us down to the campsite. We were shown around the site which had a great swimming pool jacuzzi and indoor showers and toilets that were spotless! Our bell tent was huge with a beautifully made double bed and two deck chairs. We were even given fire wood a little fire burnerr, a bench with hobs on it and all the cutlery and cooking pots pans and plates we needed. Everything was perfect here, the little touches is definitely what this place apart from all the others. - things like a hamper on arrival full of local produce.. The hospitality of Sarah and her team.. And the cleanliness of the place... We are already planning our next trip (even though we left less than 24 hours ago)
Jun 23, 2014 by Niksy88

No, no, no

Not quite what it's cracked up to be - misleading statements unfortunately and other issues
Apr 10, 2013 by Humph!

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