You can walk to our local village of Sedlescombe via the public footpaths directly from Seven Acre Woods and the several routes vary from 35 to 90 minutes. The Woodland Trust has some amazing walks through Brede High Woods and the history, scenic paths along with the wildlife and flowers, the bluebells and the wild garlic, will amaze you all through the seasons.
Venture to the nearby seaside towns of Hastings, Rye or the Castles of Bodiam and Abbey of Battle. Eat out t som delightly village Pubs or fish and chips by the seas or order in one of our Ready Dinner Pots if you decide a day of onsite venturing!
Other great places to venture out to or eat...
Battle - Battle Abbey
Bodiam - Bodiam Castle
Blackbrooks Garden Centre - Cafe
Tibbs Farm - Pick Your Own Fruit - Cafe
Hawkhurst Fish Farm - Fishing - Cafe
Robertsbridge Aviation Society - Museum
300 acres of carefully managed woodland with beautiful themed and formal gardens, for visitors to enjoy throughout Spring, Summer and early Autumn
Spectacular hands-on science & discovery among the domes and telescopes of a world famous astronomical observatory
Visit the National Trust's 17th century Jacobean house, Bateman's in East Sussex , sanctuary to writer Rudyard Kipling
Drusillas Park offers the best family fun day out in Sussex. Come and join Hello Kitty and hundreds of zoo animals for a fun day out
The Queens Head, Sedlescombe
The Brickwall Hotel & Restaurant, Sedlescombe
Bistro on the Green, Sedlescombe Golf Club & Spa
The Broad Oak Public House, Broad Oak
The Royal Oak Public House, Whatlington
The Red Lion Public House, Brede
The New Inn Public House, Westfield
Wild Mushroom Restaurant, Westfield
Brewers Fayre 'The Windmill', St Leonards
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With the stars at night in the clear night sky with a mug of something hot or cold, make the most of all the seasons in these stunning woods with autumnal leaves, spring bluebells, summer strolls and winters round the fire.
Bunnies on yoru doorstep , frogs and toads,. birdsong and morning chorus are delights your'll see here.
Dogs are allowed at Seven Acre Woods (as long as kept on leads and not left alone onsite), all Camp Pitches are dog friendly and we too have Woodland Cabins to accommodate you and your furry friends for your stay... there is just as much for them to explore and visit too!
With so much to offer including fire pits, books and games, den building and Squirrels Look Out, Meal Bundles and an Honesty Store along with beautiful walks around Powdermill Reservoir, your time with us we are sure will fulfil all you need during your stay.
The Cubby, which houses The Honesty Store as well as a multitude of other supplies such as game and books and a freezer is supplied to refreeze your ice packs to make your camping getaway even more ‘chilled’ and you too can pre-order Food Bundles should you wish to make your stay even more easy and relaxing.
You shall have your own car parking space, but no cars are parked on or next to Tent Pitches, the car park is a very short distance from your Pitch and barrows and trolleys are available to cart your belongs to and from the car!
Dogs are allowed at Seven Acre Woods (as long as kept on leads and not left alone onsite), all Tent Pitches are dog friendly... there is just as much for them to explore and visit too!
With so much to offer including books and games, Kids Woods, den building, meal bundles and an Honesty Shop along with beautiful walks around Brede High Woods and Powdermill Reservoir right from your canvas door, your time with us we are sure will fulfil all you need during
We have no cars onsite, but our car park is a very short walk The Woods and The Field and there are barrows and carts to transport your luggage to your Cabin or Tent Pitch. So, on arrival, park in your allocated parking spot, check in with us at The Wood Shed, grab a cart, grab your gear and trundle off into The Woods or The Field and settle in for a wonderful stay
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If you wish to go further afield to one of many beaches, Hastings, Bexhill, Winchelsea or Camber or to the supermarket, then a car will be needed or the bus from the local village will take you to most places!
Right on the doorstep too is the Hastings Fishing Club which allows non-members as well as members and there is the amazing pub restaurant, The Queens Head, in the village which is run by the wonderful James and Gilly and serves fabulous food in atmospheric surroundings. As well there is a hotel, The Brickwall Hotel, that too you can dine and drink. There is the Village Post Office Store that supplies all your needs and you’ll too find an Antiques Store to browse and tennis courts along with a playpark and large recreation ground for exploring with children in tow. A major supermarket is within several miles to stock up on anything that our own Honesty Store or the Village Store may not have.
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