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Glamping Holidays in Sussex

With a National Park, England's fourth largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and miles of iconic white-cliff coastline, East and West Sussex are an incredible natural antidote to London. Scattered in its woods and sitting by its peaceful lakes are our amazing spaces, from waterside yurt camps to treehouses overlooking wild meadows. We visit each one, making sure they'll give you a special glamping experience in the fabulous Sussex countryside.     


Simple bird hides to treetop family suites, beautiful barns and cabins hidden deep in the woods, bell tents among the bluebells, cosy wagons and a big green bus.


Quality time in the outdoors, whether it's romantic, blanket-wrapped firepit nights, taking the kids on joyfully muddy nature walks or letting the dogs run wild until they curl up by the wood burner for a nap.


Downash Wood >

A gorgeous den for couples with a huge bed and an amazing family escape with a bunk room, both treehouses tucked away in the peaceful canopy of the Sussex woods.


Knepp Wildlife Safaris >

A rewilding project stretching out 3,500 acres around nine lovely spaces. Book a safari tour to see the deer, pigs and ponies of this incredibly-preserved area. 

Forest Garden >

Light the fire and settle into woodland life, maybe even pick up some skills, at the cabins and yurts of Charles and Lisa's green and great Forest Garden 

Ditchling Cabin >

Dive off the deck into your private lake, watch the water from the bath or the sofa by the wood-burner, relax in the peace of a National Park.

Swallowtail Hill >

A spectacular rural adventure set in 40 acres of East Sussex countryside. Help out around the place and become a Swallowtail Hill Junior (or not so junior) farmer.

Glottenham Castle >

Woodland yurts and geodomes on a friendly working farm with ancient forest, streams, wildflower meadows and historic Sussex all around.