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Brakes Coppice Park in East Sussex

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Brakes Coppice Park is a beautiful campsite situated in a secluded valley at the heart of the stunning 1066 Country. Its camping fields are surrounded by private woodland. There are three camping fields; the main field is the largest and contains the toilet block (newly extended and renovated 2010, updated 2011); the second field is where you will find the small fishing lake and the third is for family camping and available in peak season only.

The woodland is perfect for exploring throughout the season with copious wildlife and plants to find.

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Reviews of Brakes Coppice Park

Nice small site, friendly staff, good facilities, we stayed in the more seculded woodland park and were warned about a D of E party but didn't hear a peep out of them. Would stay again.
Veronica (7th Jul 2011)
just had another really enjoyable stay at Brakes Coppice
very local to us but well worth a visit.The Toilet block has had a make over and serves you well, The owners are very friendly and welcoming.When we stayed the woods were a picture with Bluebells and enjoyed a peaceful stroll. Added bonus for my husband they have a very popular fishing lake.certainly will be returning.
Jane Mewburn (27th Apr 2011)
We live in London and went by train (about an hour and a half - not a fast train!) - the campsite was about 12 minutes walk from the station - downhill thankfully!
We had a warm welcome and a lovely big pitch (24) which backed onto the woods. It was pretty busy, but it was the bank holiday! Facilities were good, no queues, we didnt stay long enough to use the laundry but it looked ok.
We didnt visit many local tourist places, just stayed on the campsite and chilled out, the woods were great. And the wardens suggested a couple of walks around the area which were fairly straightforward and the views were excellent (particularly on the way to the village pub!).
We're hoping to go again this year in June.
Jess Darling (26th Mar 2011)