Camping Holidays at Freshwinds
Our camping site is situated on a working farm which is in an area of outstanding natural beauty in East Sussex.
We would love to welcome you to our small secluded campsite which has 15 generously spaced pitches, and for the glampers amongst you we have 4 yurts, and a shepherds hut, so please take a few minutes to check out our website.
We are open from April to end of October for Glamping and May to the end of September for camping
On the farm we have cows, sheep, 2 pet pigs, 3 donkeys and 2 pygmy goats Dorcas and Clementine. We have a circular farm trail which takes you from the campsite up to the farm and garden then back across the fields passing sheep and pigs and through our newly planted woodland which houses a active badger set and then returns you back to the campsite.
we are unable to take dogs at the farm.
We are pleased to say our pop up camping field is now open! Its a five minute walk away from the main camping field with stunning views over the valley. It is next to the Woodland Trust’s Guesting wood which is a beautiful ancient woodland just waiting for you to explore.
The pop up has a shower, compost toilet and stand pipe for water, the pitches are large and limited to 5 or 6 tents usually. So if our campsite is full please give the pop-up a try.
£10 a night for adults and £5 a night for children over 4 years.
To book please phone Tim on 07734 282494
5 reasons to stay at Freshwinds camping
- We are situated in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
- We are a small family run campsite (you get the personal touch).
- Our tent pitches & glamping areas are spacious and campfires are allowed.
- We are a working farm with plenty of animals to see.
- We care about the environment and have planted over 1000 trees in 2018/19
Freshwinds Fairy Trail – spark your child’s imagination
Our Fairy Trail is full of wonder and surprise for children of all ages.
Take a walk along the bank of the stream, stop and listen for the fairy bells, search out the fairy doors at fairy hollow and make a wish at the great oak wishing circle but be very careful not to wake the troll who sleeps under the bridge and keep your wits about you if you trespass near the goblin’s lair. Finally relax in the fairy yurt read a fairy story or write your letter to the fairies they would be so pleased to hear from you.
Fairy Trail is open May to September.
Therapy Yurt & Retreats
We feel very privileged to have Catherine Burnett BEd FwSS providing on-site yoga classes in the beautiful Yoga Yurt which is situated near the camping field. Catherine is an experienced, highly qualified and well respected therapist and teacher of Qigong, Shiatsu yoga and meditation.
Catherine can arrange a bespoke retreat for you during your stay at Freshwinds. Please contact her for more information.
For more information and contact details please click here.