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Dogwood Cottage Campsite
Campsite: 6566 East Sussex

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We are a small, family-run campsite for tents, motorhomes and caravans. We are in an ideal location for exploring East Sussex, West Sussex and Kent. We have the ancient town of Rye, the famous town of Battle (1066 and all that!) and historic Hastings nearby.
Yet we are secluded, set well off the main road with much wildlife around us. You'll find our welcome friendly and unobtrusive.
We aim to provide some basic facilities with the odd thoughtful extra touch.

As well as drinking water, recycling and chemical toilet disposal facilities there's also a loo and washbasin. On site there is a wooded maze, that children seem to love. We have a small shop, (open when we are about!) for some of those holiday essentials that get forgotten like milk and tent pegs!

There are two excellent pubs within walking distance, both with superb restaurants attached.
Just up the hill there's also a bakery and corner shop. For more comprehensive needs there's a Sainsbury's superstore about 10 minutes drive away.

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Well sheltered and secluded
Well sheltered and secluded
Perfect to get away from it all
Perfect to get away from it all
Lots of nooks and crannies to camp in
Lots of nooks and crannies to camp in
The entrance from the A28
The entrance from the A28

Facilities
  Area:   1 acres   Pitches:   5   Hardstandings:   --   Statics:   --

Cafe:   N   Play Area:   N   Chemical Toilet Disposal:   Y
Disabled Facilities:   N   Electric Hookup:   N   Entertainment:   N
Gas Refills:   N   Internet Access:   N   Laundry:   N
Bar:   N   Indoor Pool:   N   Outdoor Pool:   N
Pets Welcome:   Y   Showers:   N   Toilets:   Y
Shop:   Y                

Directions
From Ashford and the M20:
Leave the M20 at junction 9 and follow signs for Tenterden A28
Through Tenterden staying on the A28, (follow signs for A28 Hastings)
Through Rolvenden A28
At 'T' Junction turn Left (follow signs for A28 Hastings)
Through Newenden A28
Through Northiam A28
Broad Oak A28 straight over at the crossroads (not far now, you've just passed the corner shop, bakery and one of the pubs in walking distance!)
Down the hill (A28)
Past the village hall (on left hand side)
Slow down as you get to the old shop (now closed on the left)
Look for the tall white 'Dogwood Cottage' sign on the left (just past the bus stop and phone box on the right)
Down the tarmaced driveway, through the five bar gate, and you've arrived!

From M20 Dover/Folkestone/Rye
M20 junction 11
Follow signs for A259 Hastings
A259 through outskirts of Hythe
A259 through Dymchurch
A259 through New Romney and Old Romney
Brenzett (next to petrol station) Left at Roundabout (A259)
A259 to Rye
Into Rye, over bridge then at mini roundabout turn left
At next roundabout (by fish and chip shop) turn right
Follow this road and stay in left hand lane
B2089 (sign posted Battle)
B2089 through Udimore
B2089 to Broad Oak
Broad Oak crossroads turn left onto A28 (sign posted Hastings) (not far now, you've just passed the corner shop, bakery and one of the pubs in walking distance!)
Down the hill (A28)
Past the village hall (on left hand side)
Slow down as you get to the old shop (now closed on the left)
Look for the tall white 'Dogwood Cottage' sign on the left (just past the bus stop and phone box on the right)
Down the tarmaced driveway, through the five bar gate, and you've arrived

From Hastings:
A21 towards London
Past turn off to Sainsbury's
Past Esso petrol station
Under bridge
Turn left onto A28 (sign posted Ashford, Tenterden)
A28 through Westfield
A28 over bridge (River Brede)
Up big hill
Past The Red Lion (great pub, superb food!)
Just after sharp right hand bend look out for 'Brede Van Centre' slow down and we are just past it on the right (look for tall, white 'Dogwood Cottage' sign)
(If you get as far as the phone box and bus stop on the left hand side you've gone just a bit too far!)
Down the tarmaced driveway, through the five bar gate, and you've arrived

From The M25:
M25 Junction 5
A21 Hastings
Past Tonbridge
Past Pembury
Past Lamberhurst
To Flimwell
Left at traffic lights on to A268 to Hawkhurst
Hawkhurst straight over at crossroads towards Sandhurst
A268 through Sandhurst
Continue ahead - becomes A28 (sign posted Hastings)
Through Newenden A28
Through Northiam A28
Broad Oak A28 straight over at the crossroads (not far now, you've just passed the corner shop, bakery and one of the pubs in walking distance!)
Down the hill (A28)
Past the village hall (on left hand side)
Slow down as you get to the old shop (now closed on the left)
Look for the tall white 'Dogwood Cottage' sign on the left (just past the bus stop and phone box on the right)
Down the tarmaced driveway, through the five bar gate, and you've arrived!

Pricing and Opening Times
7.00 per pitch/per night.

Open all year round!

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