Location and Transport Information
- Buses go to: Redhill
- Nearest train station: Coulsdon
- Car hire available on site
3 Glamping Pods
Open Dates: From July 28th 2017
Earliest Arrival Time: 3pm
Latest Departure Time: 11am
Placed in the picturesque Surrey Hills, on a wooded location beside Pilgrims Way is Alderstead Heath Club Site, a great spot for nature lovers and keen walkers to explore the Surrey and Sussex terrain.
From the site there is a variety of walking trails lining the North Downs. It’s certainly worth visiting the National Trust’s Box Hill or Gatton Park and Gardens (600 acres of sculpted parkland) – perfect places to stretch your legs and let the little ones discover their natural surroundings. If you want to get up close to the local wildlife, the British Wildlife Centre gives you the chance to meet the resident foxes, otters, hedgehogs and deer.
Adventurous types who aren’t afraid of heights, can admire the aerial views on a flying experience - these are available at the Redhill Aviation Flight Centre. For a fun and energetic day out, you’re just 11 miles away from Go Ape, a tree top climbing adventure course and Chessington World of Adventures, a theme park resort brimming with rides for all ages, a zoo and Sea Life Centre too!
Due to its proximity to London, it’s easy to travel there for a day visit. The nearest train station is a 5 minute drive south or you could use the bus service that comes to the site entrance and travels regularly to Redhill or Caterham. A train journey to London will take less than an hour.
Prices from £69 per pod per night. Minimum booking is two nights. £69 price based on a stay from Mondays to Thursdays during low season (October 1st - December 22nd 2017). Other terms and conditions apply.
* Alderstead Heath Wi-Fi runs standard broadband service averaging at 2.4 Mbps.
There is a shop on site for essential items. Your nearest supermarket is Tesco in Caterham, about 3 miles from the site.
The nearest National Cycle Network route to this site is route number 21, a mainly road-free route through the countryside that starts in Greenwich and travels past Alderstead Heath down to Gatwick - part of the Downs and Weald Cycle Route.
South of Crawley you can head towards Tilgate Forest to enjoy the leafy, maintained trails. Alternatively if you're feeling strong, head north towards London on route 21 and connect up with route 20, The Sustrans Wandle Art Trail which finishes at the River Thames.
Being located on the Pilgrims’ Way there are several walking options to choose from. The National Trust recommends visiting Reigate Hill, one of the many trails across the North Downs. You can pick up details about the Downlands Circular Walk from the site entrance or visit the North Downs website for alternative routes.
The Fox pub can also be reached by foot and is approximately 40 minutes away.
For a day of dinghy riding, windsurfing, kayaking and paddle boarding, head to Aqua Sports, less than 4 miles from the site.