- Sleeps 8 (max 8 adults, 7 children)
The Owner Says
About Housedean Farm Campsite
Suitable ForFamilies, groups (if prearranged and well behaved), dogs, horses - Yes. Caravans - No.
A lengthy walk along the South Downs Way is certainly a must, seeing as you're already pitched on it. If you're feeling the need for some city life, Brighton and Lewes are only a couple of miles away and can be reached by local bus. Lewes, a beautiful market town, boasts quaint antique shops, lots of cafes and restaurants and Harveys Brewery, for a delicious pint of ale. The site is also within easy driving distance of the iconic Seven Sisters Country Park and many other popular attractions in the South Downs National Park.
Food & Drink
The Half Moon in Plumpton (01273 890253) is a charming 200 year old country pub with a pleasant beer garden and a cellar full of local ales from Harveys of Lewes. The varied menu changes with the seasons and its award winning head-chef only uses the finest locally sourced produce. Recommendations from the bar include the Oxtail Tortellini for starters, and the Roast Monkfish Steak for mains. Picturesque Ditchling (7 miles away) has a few decent pubs including: The Bull (01273 843147) with its timber beams and open fires, or The White Horse (01273 842 006) which serves affordable, tasty pub grub, showcasing the very best of Sussex produce.
Housedean Farm Campsite is located at Housedean Farm, Brighton Road, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 3JW
There is a frequent (every 15-20 mins) bus service that stops right outside the campsite, from Brighton and Lewes. The nearest train station is Falmer, about 1.5 miles away.