Grass pitch (5)
- Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
The Owner Says
Our picturesque campsite is located on the beautiful South Downs Way, offering pitches for tents. The site is within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with breathtaking views over the Downland and sea. It's also only a 20 minute stroll from the gorgeous Sussex coast and within easy reach of Brighton.
The site offers a toilet facility and drinking water. Fire pits can be hired to create a camp fire or barbeque (camp fires directly on the ground are NOT permitted). Logs & fire lighting packs can be purchased along with breakfast hampers, barbeque hampers & marshmallows. The campsite is dog & family friendly and an ideal location for walkers, cyclists and riders, offering them a reduced rate.
Stud Farm is a mixed working organic farm. Previously a horse stud and home of a Grand National winner in 1902. It is now a working sheep farm, along with pigs, cattle and arable farming. It also offers horse livery, with a range of stables, paddocks & packages available as well as an outdoor school and homemade hay & straw for sale. We produce our own lamb, pork and a range of sausages, all available for purchase and along with our free-range eggs can be supplied to hungry campers! The beautiful farm house offers B&B with equine companions welcome. Perfect for a ride along the South Downs way. Also look out for our open day running every year on the Sun & Mon of the first May bank holiday.
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About Stud Farm Telscombe Village
Suitable ForTents and small camper vans, dogs – yes. Twin-axle caravans & motorhomes are not permitted unfortunately. Large groups – by prior arrangement only.
Countryside or city life, the choice is yours. For the former, walk the South Downs Way, drive to the iconic Seven Sisters Country Park or head to Sheffield Park Station (15 miles) to ride through the glorious scenery on the Bluebell Railway Line (01825 720800), while, for the latter 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 cafés and Harveys Brewery (01273 480 217), for a delicious pint of ale, plus, Lewes Castle and Museum (01273 486290) at the centre of it all. Brighton is full of all sorts of attractions such as the pier & Sealife centre to name only 2. If you dont make it onto the Beach then try out 1 of 2 local outdoor pools, Pells pool in Lewes or the Lido in Saltdean
Food & DrinkStud Farm produce their own pure pork sausages and free-range eggs. Along with local bacon, these are sold as a breakfast hamper. Customers can also pre-order bread, milk, butter and beans. Marshmallows with skewers for toasting are also available. There are 3 good local pubs: The Abergavenny Arms (01273 472416) in Rodmell (2 miles), The Telscombe Tavern (01273 584674) in Telscombe Cliffs (8 miles by car but a mere 30 minutes walking direct) and The Smugglers Rest (01273 586593), which is also in Telscombe Cliffs and just as accessible. There are numerous restaurants, cafes & pubs in nearby Lewes.
Stud Farm Telscombe Village is located at Stud Farm, Telscombe Village, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 3HZ