Sunninglye Farm Feather Down Farms

UK England South East England Kent Tunbridge Wells

  • Dogs welcome
  • Groups welcome
Peaceful glampsite on the Kent/Sussex borders.

Part of the hugely successful Feather Down Farms concept, Sunninglye Farm is camping for those who like their creature comforts – rustic decor and outdoor living but with comfy bedding and all mod cons thrown in, including a hob, wood burner and coffee grinder. Feather Down takes pride in the details, making sure you always get a jaw-dropping view, the eggs are always ready to be collected from the chicken coop; and fresh bacon and milk is only a larder trip away. This leaves you more time to concentrate on enjoying yourself and making the most of your surroundings. You don't need a tent, as they come pre-erected, fully furnished and resembling something close to a rural pop-up palace. Feather Down use redundant land from farmers, build the tents, and then let the farmers look after you.

Set in the High Weald of Kent on the Kent/Sussex borders, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, peaceful Sunninglye Farm is a beautiful spot that's home to the Rocky Field, the nature-watch hideout, where badgers, foxes and deer can be seen. It's also perfectly placed for visits to the elegant spa town of Tunbridge Wells, the Bewl Water Reservoir, Groombridge Place Gardens and Enchanted Forest – the setting for TV's Pride & Prejudice.


From £295 for 3 nights

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Sunninglye Farm, Sunninglye Farm, Dundale Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN3 9AG

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Getting There

From M25:
If coming from the west, exit the M25 at junction 5 and keep in the left-hand lanes for the M26. Take the first exit, signposted A21 Sevenoaks and Hastings. If coming from the east, exit the M25 at junction 5 and keep in the right-hand lanes for the A21 to Sevenoaks and Hastings, you will now join the A21.

Follow the A21 dual carriageway for approximately 11 miles until the road converges into a single lane. Continue straight ahead, through the roundabout, then take the third exit at the next roundabout, signposted Frant Station. Follow Dundale Lane for 2½ miles, over a small bridge and past a small lodge on your left. The entrance to the farm is approximately ½ mile on the left – there's a sign attached to a large oak tree to mark the entrance.

From A26 South:
Take A26 North through Crowborough heading towards Tunbridge Wells, until the road converges into a single lane. After approximately 1½ mile, bear right at the crossroads, along Bunny Lane. At the end turn right onto the A267 towards Frant and take the 2nd left in the village by the shop. Continue straight ahead at both junctions and follow the lane to Bells Yew Green, approximately 1½ miles. Go straight over the main road and follow the lane for 1 mile. Take the right-hand fork at the junction, signposted to Kippings Cross. The farm is 1 mile further along this lane on the right-hand side.

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