Accommodation for your visit to the South Downs
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Have you ever enjoyed a place so much that you didn’t want to go home? We’re confident that you’ll enjoy the South Downs and that you’ll want to make it your favourite countryside getaway spot.
To make it your perfect break, we've a range of accommodation to suit all budgets. Pick a cosy cottage - a home away from home with a difference. Or, for the more adventurous, you can camp under the stars.
You can experience a slice of history with a touch of luxury at one of our exquisite holiday cottages.
Bed & Breakfast
Run by Camilla and Roley our new farmers at Saddlescombe, .....Set in the heart of the South Downs and right on the South Downs Way, you can get a feel for a real traditional downland farm - flint barns, a donkey wheel and sheep galore. After a hard days exploring you could pop into Brighton, just 5 miles away, and experience all this lively city has to offer.
For groups of friends or families, our two bunkhouses are ideal.
Purpose built for larger groups, our spacious bunkhouses are located in prime positions to get out and about in the countryside. They serve as excellent places to catch up, or as a base to launch into walking or mountain-biking escapades.
For a more intimate outdoor experience and an escape from the hustle bustle of the city, we've two campsites with excellent facilities located just off the South Downs Way.
Gumber Bothy is tucked away in a Downland valley in Slindon Estate and offers a peaceful retreat in a converted flint barn. Whether you spend the night in the barn or camp out in the moonlight, you can relax in front of a crackling campfire at the end of the day.
Alternatively, camping at Saddlescombe Farm is a very different experience. This historical farm is situated just 5 miles from Brighton and is documented as far back as the Domesday Book.
Nestled deep in the downs, Saddlescombe holds a treasure trove of stories of the Knights Templar and farm life over the last 1,000 years.