Horam Manor Touring Park is set amidst wooded countryside in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the park is sheltered and offers lovely views across the South Downs or the surrounding woodland. Fishing and horse riding are on the estate as are a number of woodland walks.
Covering seven acres of gently sloping grassland, the park has 90 large well-spaced level pitches for caravans, motorhomes and tents. The park is sheltered with lovely views. Rallies Welcome.
• Reception office (8.30 a.m to 7 p.m daily)
• Tourist information
• Level all-weather and grass pitches available
• 65 electric hook-ups
• WiFi coverage over the park
• Play area
• Motorhome service point
• Calor gas and camping gaz
• Dogs welcome - dog walk adjacent to park
• Clean heated toilet block - to keep the toes warm!
• Large free showers; family shower room
• Private wash cubicles
• Fully equipped disabled room
• Washing-up sinks
• Launderette with washing machine, tumble drier and ironing facilities
ON THE ESTATE (200 metres)
• Lakeside Café - serving light meals all day, full English breakfasts and special Sunday roasts. Open Friday and Saturday nights in season
• Fishing - coarse fishing at its best (£5 per rod per day)
• Riding Stables - lessons and accompanied hacks throughout the estate
• Horam Tennis Club - £3 per person for one hour's play
• Nature Trails - amble through the woods
• Farm Museum - how it used to be
• Craft Workshops - bespoke clothes, saddlery, cabinet making, etc.
Just five minutes walk away is the pretty village of Horam, where you will find local amenities including a variety of shops, The Horam Inn and a great fish and chip shop.
The southern slopes of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty touch Horam on its northern fringe.
If you just want to laze about Horam Manor Touring Park is ideal for you! Alternatively there are large towns, country villages, the seaside, historic houses and castles are all within a thirty minute drive for you to explore.
• Cuckoo Trail- walk or cycle along the old railway track between Heathfield and Polegate.
• Heathfield - famous for its farmers market
• Michelham Priory - craft show, pottery weekends and art exhibitions.
• Horam Park Golf Club - superb 18-hole course with driving ranges.
• Wilderness Wood - walking, wood products, childrens's activities, hearty fare.
• Ashdown Forest - llama farm and walks with downland views.
• Seven Sisters Country Park, Beachy Head and Friston Forest.
A little further afield but still within easy reach are: Brighton, 1066 country (Hastings area), Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne.
On the A267 at Horam Village, 3 miles south of Heathfield and 12 miles north of Eastbourne.