Lordine Court is situated in the heart of the Sussex countryside and they are only about 10 miles from the ancient historic towns of Hastings and Rye. You can easily reach the lovely Bodiam Castles and Battle Abbey which is the site of the Battle of Hastings from the park.
Their site is divided into 2 areas: a touring and camping park and a caravan and lodge park. They both feature approximately 120 pitches.
Their caravan and holiday lodge park is for static units. The majority of these units are privately owned but there are some caravans available for hire. A majority of the static caravans are 10ft or 12ft and up to 26ft long. Their current 12 holiday lodges are all privately owned. They are log-clad, about 22ft wide by up to 46ft long and they are built to customers' requirements. They have a small number of lodge pitches available to develop for new customers.
Their touring and camping park accommodates motor homes, touring caravans and tents. Every pitch must be booked in advance. They have a few seasonal touring pitches that are subject to availability.
Lordine Court's facilities include a restaurant and a café with a takeaway service. They also have a clubhouse with 2 bars, an outdoor swimming pool and a shop. Guests can fish at the nearby Angling Centre and Fish Farm.
The park's Four Oasts Clubhouse has 2 licenced bars. Children are allowed in one of the bar areas if accompanied by an adult.
The site provides evening entertainment during weekends of the high season.
Some of the site's facilities are only open during high season. Please call the site if you have any questions about what facilities would be available during your stay.
Lordine Court's on-site shop sells tinned foods, ice cream, sweets and more. They also stock Camping and Calor Gas.
The site is within easy reach of ancient inland rural villages such as Robertsbridge, the famous spa town of Tunbridge Wells, bustling seaside Hastings on the Channel coast, quaint Rye as well as numerous historic castles and other sites.
Lordine Court is located in East Sussex but the border to Kent, the "Garden of Englandâ? is near.
? • Hastings and the 1066 Country
• Battle Abbey
• Bodium Castle, Leeds Castle, Hever Castle
• Royal Tunbridge Wells
• Groombridge Gardens
• Wylands International Angling Centre
• Brands Hatch Race Circuit
• Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens
• Hawkhurst Fish Farm