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Low & High % arabian palominos show/agility/performance. CASTLETOWN STUD. Tony & Sarah-Jane Cox Blesswell Farm The Bostal Upper Beeding West Sussex BN44 3TA. Tel Mob: Directory of Stud Farms & Stallions in Chichester, West Sussex including Stoughton Stud involved in the thoroughbred horse racing and breeding industries.

Welcome to The Sussex Stud Top Class Facilities In An Idyllic Setting. We are able to cater for all aspects of rest and recuperation for racehorses in and out of. A beautiful equestrian property comprising 4 stables, 3 kennels, wash down bay, large barn and c. 4 acres of grazing. The Sussex Equine Hospital stud vet team of Ed Lyall, Paula Broadhurst, Simon From stud farms in the practice catchment area mares can be “walked in” to.

WAREHEAD STUD. Thicket Lane. Halnaker, Chichester. West Sussex. PO18 0QS. A first class equestrian property situated within the South Downs National. Whites Farm Stud, Billingshurst, West Sussex. likes · 34 were here. Marketing Agency. Find The Sussex Stud in Horsham, RH Get contact details, videos, photos, Park Farm, West Grinstead, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 8LP. Hide the Map.

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Easy access via bus to Brighton town, approx 20 minutes for a day out. If you are wanting a relaxing few days away from the rat race, Stud Farm is an absolute must, highly, highly recommend - thank you Justine and Ross - we will be back:. Aug 28, by Heather Stubbs. There are views across the Ouse valley and South Downs to the east and a complete coastline view to the south.

It was very nice to see the friendly campsite owner periodically checking on people, fixing their tents over the weekend. The little things that possibly go unnoticed to the absent campers, probably kept a few of their tents in the ground and prevented a number from breaking. We stayed on a particularly quiet weekend and the hardest part for us was deciding where to park up.

In terms of facilities, I think it was thoughtful to have bags and a bin and set aside for dog owners. The toilets were spotless and the showers too; the additional portaloos were always clean throughout the weekend. The loos are quite popular with walkers and general visitors to the site that appear and drive off again too. In terms of driving off, we had a late night visitor park up 6 feet from us, enjoy the facilities and then drive off at dawn.

Aug 12, by Ian Bruce. It's a short drive into Brighton but far enough away to give you the peace and quiet that rural campsites offer. We stayed for one night, the owners were very welcoming, they offer fire pits and breakfast packages filled with local produce.

The camp site itself is very basic, there is a toilet and shower block at the end of the field, it houses two toilets for the men, two toilets for the women a shower for the women and a unisex shower.

There is a very small washing up shelve and a water tap. The water pressure is a bit of an issue but they have provided guidance of the best times to use the facilities. The facilities are cleaned regularly throughout the day. We had a very pleasant stay at the stud farm campsite, the only negatives were regarding the water pressure. The camp site may benefit from gas powered showers which would improve the water pressure and allow people to use the facilities anytime of the day.

Jul 29, by Rebecca. The top end, by the toilet, has the view of the sea and the bottom end of rolling hills and fields -in hindsight we'd have taken the bottom as view were mildly obscured as the field filled up over Friday and Saturday.

Whilst the South Downs way is near, its a walk along a long road to reach it but this didn't stop us clocking up 15km on the Saturday; visiting both the Telscombe cliffs and pub in Rodmell. All in all a good site though with toilets at one end it did force our hand wrt our pitch unless you like a little hike before you pee.

I'd return for the campsite but no necessarily for the local routes to explore. Jul 15, by richard. Really enjoyed our experience at stud farm. Easy, simple and affordable. We were on our way through bike packing and we slept soundly. We enjoyed the great views, clean facilities and easy set up. May 28, by Jmn. It come with two camping chairs, small table and fairy lights.

Plus the tent had been debugged! Note that the bell tent is near the entrance to the field and on the bottom of the slope, meaning it doesn't get the sea views and cars entering the field can be quite loud.

However, because of the trees it isn't as windy. Justine was very helpful and accommodating, coming over to chat throughout our stay and bringing milk when we ran out. There are two loos one without a working lock and a shower. The showers were hit and miss whether they would be either working or hot - depending on who else is using the water in the block including washing up.

You have to take your bins away, which is a hassle, but you are told about this upfront, so mustn't grumble. There isn't much traffic going up and down the road and so you get enjoy the lambs bleating, the song birds and the wind through the trees. The view is stunning. All tents are situated around the field leaving the centre free for children to play, there is also a communal fire pit and logs to sit on.

The loo block was visible from the whole field so relaxing to let the children run around and know that they were safe and in sight. There isn't much to do in the direct vicinity. There is a Tesco extra a 15 minute walk away and a park. But if you're coming here for a relaxing break, to enjoy the view, nature and sit around a field. It's fab. The children commented they would like more for them to do, but enjoyed it nevertheless.

May 9, by EmsWin. It was perfect for meeting up with friends from Brighton and Eastbourne. Though a basic site, the place is truly enchanting and I will definitely be returning. Sep 26, by Russell. Fine views of the sea and the downs but as a result is rather exposed to the elements although there is a tree lined shelter down one side of the field which offers slightly more protection. The site has a lovely peaceful feel where groups, family's, couples, and dogs can all enjoy the experience.

Yes the site is basic but that is the joy of it. There is everything you need and Justine the owner is fantastic and most accommodating if you get in a pickle or forget something. Do order her breakfast or bbq packs - all meat organic and home reared from her farm. The sausages get a massive thumbs up too. Word of advice - bring strong tent pegs and lots of spares - the ground is very hard and rocky. Plus a good mallet! Aug 28, by Clare Burnage.

Clean, stocked toilets. Nice touch with the washing up bowls and drying racks. The view was the highlight however!! Aug 27, by Krustyloaf. There is one cold water tap and 3 dirty portable loo's. That's it. It felt more like they were trying to earn some easy money, than that they were trying offer a nice camping site. Aug 10, by Bauke veenstra. Facilities were clean but simple. Great produce available for breakfasts and Barbeques. We loved it here and will definitely come back.

Aug 9, by Louise. We wanted a quiet get away and thats exactly what we got. The field is a bit sloping in parts but if you pitch around the edge its ok. We got a space with a sea view which was lovely. Justine met us as we were setting up an brought the fire pit, wood eggs and bacon we pre ordered. On the saturday we walked down to the coast and then into Brighton not for the feint hearted!

We got the bus back and stopped at the Smugglers Rest pub for a drink before the walk back to the farm. Its very peaceful with just the noise of the sheep and birds to keep you company.

The facilities are basic which is what I expected however I'm not sure 3 portaloos is enough for the number of pitches available. Would definitely recommend this place and hope to go back real soon. Jul 23, by Jill wallis. It benefits from being a mainly family and couples site so it is quiet and relaxed.

A large field so even when fully booked there is still space less so at the top of the field even over the start of school break weekend. Would return again. Jul 23, by Simon and Nur. However the views are amazing and there are great walks and cafes nearby. You can also walk down to the main road and get the bus into Brighton. Justine was really friendly and helpful, and you can have a campfire which is great!

Would definitely recommend staying here if you don't mind a basic camping experience. Jul 23, by Sarah. Arrive early to get a spot looking out to sea. Justine and Lucy were very friendly and helpful. The portaloos were surprisingly nice and clean although did run out of loo roll at one point.

No shower but if you get hot and sweaty you can go for a dip in the sea. Jul 13, by Fiona. It may only have basic facilities well stocked with loo roll, lights and soap however :D but as a young couple with no where to be apart from a pub for the football, this camp site was perfect.

It's in a lovely location and only a 10 minute walk away from the nearest bus stop to get in to Brighton, and the buses run pretty much all night so getting back wasn't a problem either. Justine was quick to respond to our emails and really helpful when we asked about local transport etc. There's plenty of room for you to pitch up wherever you like and even a communal firepit to enjoy. Unfortunately we didn't have time to enjoy one of the breakfast or BBQ hampers, but next time we're on the south coast we will definitely be back at Stud Farm.

A perfect place to just enjoy life's simple pleasures :. Jul 9, by Ellie Doughty. Friendly and helpful owner. Portaloos were rather stinky after the bank holiday, but I expect this is a temporary thing! May 31, by Peter Quinnell. Good location - we parked in Lewes and caught the train into Brighton which made for a hassle free day out. Very peaceful campsite, awesome setting, we will return!

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