Wowo campsite wapsbourne manor farm east sussex

LOCAL AREA: The site is at the end of the driveway to the Bluebell Steam Railway.

In fact, it’s so close you can here the train whistles during the day.

It is also a short drive away from Sheffield Park and Wakehurst Place, both National Trust sites.

Brighton Pavilion and the beach front and Bodium Castle are also a must.

In fact, the very idea of pitching up in anything older and less environmentally friendly than a Toyota Prius would find you banished for life.

Not so at Wapsbourne Manor Farm, or Wowo as it is fondly known.

Campers are made to feel extremely welcome when they arrive, and the mutual admiration of this, our lifestyle, is more than noticeable when driving past your neighbours in their assorted rustic abodes and fireside huts.We'd like to encourage you to use public transport for endless reasons we hope you are all aware of.If all of your group travel to us via public transport and not a single friend joining you brings a car, then we will give you a 10% discount on your camping stay and 5% if you are glamping. Here is a link to a lift sharing site so you can make travelling cheaper: https:// The Bluebell railway has re-connected it's tracks with East Grinstead, so now it is entirely possible to travel to Wowo by train from anywhere in the country, finished off with a stylish (if not as cheap as national rail) trip on an old fashioned steam train. Alternately here are directions for both ways to get to us: For those of you with clever Sat-Navs: TN22 3QT APPROACHING FROM NORTH BY ROAD · M25, junction 6, take A22 to East Grinstead.· Through Forest Row, turn right at Wych Cross.· Onto the A275 to Lewes.· Through Danehill and arrive at Sheffield Park.· Pass Bluebell Railway on the right hand side.· Pass Express Dairy on the Left hand side.· Wapsbourne is the NEXT entrance on the right hand side andis signposted with large wooden signs APPROACHING FROM SOUTH BY ROADo A275 from Lewes / Brighton.o Cross the A272 at North Chailey (by kings head pub).o A272 sign posted to Bluebell Railway / Sheffield Park, drive for approx 1mileo Wapsbourne Farm is on the left hand side shortly after theroad bend sign and is signposted with large wooden signs ARRIVING BY TRAINFrom Victoria take Brighton line to Haywards Heath station. We are open all year round with only the woodland tipi trail pitches and yurts available between 1st November & 28th February, we do not charge the additional £10 pitch fee for the woodland pitches during this time.Call it ‘cool camping’, ‘glamping’ or even ‘eco tourism’, the campsites in this area of our scene usually have one thing in common – no Camper Vans allowed!

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