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Wyld Wood Campsite in East Sussex

  • Campers enjoying one of our yurts
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Nestled between the South Downs National Park and the Ashdown Forest. Our campsite is located in the middle or our 13 acre woodland. We are a wild campsite, which means no manicured lawns or electric hookups, but lots of trees, native flowers and the odd wild creature trotting past.

Book one of our luxurious yurts and immerse yourself in the wild, without the bad back or tangled guy ropes.

Newick is just a short walk away, with pubs, shops and a bakery. Explore the Ashdown forest or walk the South Downs way.The Blubell steam railway is 20mins walk away, as is Sheffield Park Garden. Lewes, literally steeped in history, with its almost fully intact 11th century castle, and somewhat less intact priory, Anne of Cleves House and much more is a 15 minute drive (or a reasonable cycle) away.

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Reviews of Wyld Wood Campsite

Booked 3 nights. Only stayed 1. There was a pool of water being the bed in one of the yurts after water leaked in. The yurts are very damp anyway as unusually do not have wood burners. The children (aged 5-15, all used to camping) did not want to use the toilets as the location plus lights on inside all the time mean they are properly infested with midges. After a really uncomfortable night we raised the above with the owners and explained we could not stay on. They refused to refund us, tried to explain away all the problems and could not deal with constructive criticism. I was told to look at how I raise my children and that mosquitoes "don't move", also that they knew the base of the yurt with the water on the floor was too big for the cover, hence the problem, but that it would be too much for them to fix it properly. They stuck a piece of plastic over the hole in the side of the yurt and said we were being unreasonable. Unbelievable attitude.
jenny moore (2nd Aug 2016)
We spent a lovely weekend camping in the woods. What a tranquil location tucked away from it all.

After a friendly greeting, we were shown to our dedicated pitch, complete with log bench and firepit.

We had a 4YO in tow, so the decision to collect wood or buy it was an easy one to make. It's quite satisfying making little piles of kindling, branches and logs for later on in the day.

All the pitches and yurts are suitably spaced apart, so you never feel on top of each other.

All in all a lovely weekend and we'll be back again soon.
Ian (17th Jul 2016)