Glamping In Sussex

Location: Camping in Sussex

Located in 60 acres of wild-flower meadows, surrounded by ancient woodland, Cattlestone Farm is perfect for those looking to go camping in Sussex. A simply breathtaking site that offers luxurious shepherd huts, stunning bell tents, campervan and tent pitches.

A beautiful fifth generation working farm, nestled in the heart of the West Sussex Countryside. A small fold of Highland cattle, as well as pigs, pygmy goats, and chickens, will be your neighbours on the spacious site.

Four Emperor Star Bell Tents give you the chance to go glamping under canvas. In a verdant 5-acre wildflower meadow are ten campervan and fifteen tent pitches.

In a secluded field away from the camping pitches are two stunning shepherd huts. Outfitted beautifully with king sized and double beds, kitchen facilities and a television. The ‘Sunrise’ hut even has gas central heating, allowing for stays all year round.

Things to do?

The South Downs National Park is a 10-minute drive away. The Knepp Estate rewilding project is right on the doorstep. The historic town of Arundel, with quaint Tudor boutiques and antique shops is 20 minutes away by car. Petworth, Midhurst, and even the city of Brighton is all easily accessible, with plenty to do, explore and experience within them all.

Numerous public footpaths and bridleways are close by. There is even the chance to experience the vineyards of Nyetimber and Kinsbrook, with the latter offering tours, tastings, and a cafe.

There are lots of options for eating out within half an hour’s drive, but if you’d rather curl up around the barbecue, the farmer’s markets and grocery stores of Petworth is only a 20-minute drive away.

Getting there?

Shoreham Brighton City Airport is 18km away, while London Gatwick airport is 27km away. The nearest coach station is Queen Street, being 15km away. The closest railway station is Billingshurst, which is 4km away. There is free parking available, however no cars can access the actual sites unless going to the campervan pitches. Trollies are provided to help carry belongings to and from the bell tents and shepherd huts.