Located just off the South Downs Way this is a great location for an overnight stop or a location to escape from it all for a few days.

It is host to wonderful walking and cycling routes, Slindon is a great place to explore and get back to nature. visitors are welcomed arriving on foot, bikes or on horses. 'Gumber Wood’, the footpath from the hill above the cottages to Stane Street offers bluebells, moschatel, early purple orchids, nettle leaved bellflower and celandines to name but a few.

There are approx. 15 pitches, depending on size.

Please note that the site has no electric sockets and as such have no fridge/freezer facilities. Showers and toilets are located just a few metres away in the camping barn. Guests can also make use of the drying room, pay phone,  kitchen and dining area.

Barley and poppies, Slindon Estate, West Sussex

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