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Woodside Spa and Glamping

UK England South East England East Sussex Bodiam

  • Laundry
  • Campfires allowed
  • Groups welcome
  • Hot Tubs
  • Short walk to pub
  • Beaches nearby
  • Good walks nearby
Boutique glamping near beautiful Bodiam Castle with a health suite, hot tub and sauna all available on site

East Sussex is far from lacking in the scenic stakes. From the magical woodlands of the Ashdown Forest, to the atmospheric ruins of Battle Abbey, and the picturesque seaside towns of the south coast. You're sure to find endless activities, perfect for romantic weekend in the wild, or a fun, family break with the kids. It’s in this diverse landscape that you’ll find Woodside Yurt & Breakfast, a luxury camping operation nestled between rolling countryside and an idyllic, ancient bluebell woodland.

If you need to get away from it all, Woodside is hard to beat for some good old fashioned peace and quiet. There are three yurts located in one of the site's two peaceful paddocks. Inside, the yurts are fully insulated and delightfully homely, with heating, electric and a relaxing, candle-lit atmosphere.

As mentioned, there’s plenty of exploring to be done. Home to medieval villages, patchwork hills, and dramatic coastline, East Sussex becomes besieged by weekenders whenever the sun comes out to play. It's not hard to see why as you explore the fairy tale Bodiam Castle (complete with moat & drawbridge!), wander historic Battle, where William the Conqueror first took on the Saxons in 1066, and discover “England’s quaintest town”, Rye and its nearby sandy dunes at Camber Sands.

Yes, there are plenty of fascinating attractions nearby, but we suppose rushing around isn’t really the point of a break here. Guests can kick back by taking advantage of the sites fantastic health suite, with hot tub, sauna, beauty, massage and spa treatments. After all that pampering, all that's left to do is take in those wonderfully peaceful woodlands, chill out by your cosy yurt and, of course, devour one of those locally renowned (and award winning) breakfasts. Woodside Yurt & Breakfast; probably the world's most appropriately named campsite.

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Facilities

All accommodation in uniquely furnished, themed and finished. Inside, expect the likes of double beds, futons, wardrobes, table and chairs, pots, pans, crockery, cutlery, utensils and glassware. Linen, towels and bedding are all provided. Outside each there is a gazebo, with a cooking area, charcoal BBQ and some also have small fridges with electricity. Modern electric showers in 2 portable cabins, toilets, laundry service (available at a charge.) Charging points for mobile phones etc are in the main house. Health suite with hot tub & sauna, spa, beauty & massage therapies, reiki and reflexology. Wi-Fi, 9ft cinema screen, guests lounge and woodland walks.

Suitable For

Glampers, couples, groups, exclusive hire and kids – yes. Tents, caravans, motorhomes and dogs – no.

Nearby

The fishing port of Hastings and its Old Town (15 minutes) offers plenty of fun for the family including: the chance to spot sharks and rays at the Blue Reef Aquarium and Smugglers Cave, where you can discover the secrets of smugglers buried deep in the heart of Hastings' West.  And whilst you're close to the water, you might as well get wet at Bewl Water, which offers a host of water-based activities including fly-fishing and key water sports. If you're planning on bringing a bike, pop over to nearby Bedgebury Forest for some off-road biking to suit all capabilities. Sedlescombe and Carr Taylor vineyards are only few minutes away, with visitors being able turn up and enjoy the gorgeous countryside, or come en masse for a tutored tour & tasting session. Often described as “England’s quaintest town”, Rye (15 minutes) feels like a little piece of the past and makes for a splendid day out. Even the most hard-boiled cynics can't fail to be softened by Rye's secretive passageways, cobbled lanes and half-timbered Tudor architecture. Just out of town is Rye Harbour Nature Reserve which plays host to an impressive array of coastal birds, frogs and beetles. Entry is free.

Food & Drink

The site has a ‘Breakfast Award’ and guests can order anything from a full English to eggs Benedict, smoked salmon, haddock, homemade smoothies and pancakes with maple syrup and banana. Also on offer are ‘Vintage Tea Parties’ with sandwiches, scones, profiterole towers, cupcakes and seasonal fruit served with a variety of teas and decorated jugs of Pimms. Woodside also supply local, organic and free range products to glampers from the kitchen on pre-order basis. A complimentary beverage area is also provided with free instant coffee, tea cakes and more. Offsite, there’s plenty of local eateries to fill your belly. Grab an afternoon drink at the Cross Inn in Staplecross, a classic old drinkers’ pub, and full of local characters. To treat someone special (or yourself), check out the Curlew restaurant in Bodiam a Michelin star gastro delight, with a varied menu and extensive wine list. The Castle Inn opposite Bodiam Castle offers good value food served in generous portions. The terrace overlooks a big field which also acts as a play area for little ones.

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