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Bracklesham Bay and East Wittering with their villages, cafes, restaurants & beaches are within walking distance from the campsite.You can explore the quiet lanes of Chichester Harbour, the Salterns Way cycle path, discover West Wittering beaches & sand dunes of East Head, ride along the Canal towpath to Chichester or across the Itchy Bosom ferry from Itchenor to the picturesque village of Bosham.We now have a small seasonal campsite shop on site which sells groceries, toiletries, camping essentials, ice creams, cold drinks, logs, kindling & BBQ charcoal, locally produced sausages, bacon, beef burgers and other camping essentials, along with our own eggs & honey all at reasonable prices.We are one of the few campsites that permit campfires & barbeques.Stubcroft Farm Campsite is a family friendly site situated on a working sheep farm at East Wittering in West Sussex.We are just a short drive from stunning sandy beaches, Chicester Harbour and the South Downs National Park.

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A private campfire comes with every spacious pitch and wood, kindling & marshmallows are always available.Hook Farm Campsite, Hook Lane, Sussex, West Hoathly, RH19 4PT Take Exit 10 from the A23 onto the A264 eastbound towards East Grinstead, at the roundabout by the Dukes Head pub take the third exit onto the B2028 towards Turners Hill, continue on this road through Turners Hill and towards Ardingly, at Selsfield Common take the left hand turn towards West Hoathly onto the Selsfield Road, follow this road into West Hoathly and take the right hand turn opposite West Hoathly Garage to the centre of the village along North Lane, pass the Cat Inn and Church on your left and continue through the Village towards Hook Lane, the Campsite will be signposted on the left hand side just past the Bowls Club.Northbound on A23 take exit for Bolney (A272) then head eastbound on the A272 towards Ansty and Cuckfield stay on this road then take the B20236 towards Cuckfield pass through Cuckfield and turn right at the roundabout onto the Ardingly Road towards Ardingly, at the next junction turn left towards Borde Hill Gardens and take the next right past the Gardens onto Copyhold Lane, at the next Junction turn left onto College Road and follow this road towards Ardingly, once at the junction in Ardingly turn left onto the B2028 follow this road through the village and then turn right onto Cob Lane just before the Ardingly Showground, Cob Lane eventually leads into Hook Lane, continue following Hook Lane for 1 mile passing the main Farmyard and several houses, the campsite is signposted on the left just before the village bowls club.We are in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), deep in Sussex Countryside, but within easy reach of London & The South Coast.Kitts is in the remote corner of a secluded farm, so is very rural and quiet.

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