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East Brighton Park, Brighton BN2 5TS
Telephone: 01342 777533

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    Rolling hills as far as the eye can see, South Downs, Sussex
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    2 Camping Pods

Prices from:
£98 per stay*

Sleeps: 2 adults comfortably (please call to book a stay for over 2 people)

Car Parking: Available

Open Dates: All year

Earliest Arrival Time: 3pm

Latest Departure Time: 10am

Why stay here

Brighton Club Site is located on the edge of the South Downs, a chain of hills that run along the East Sussex coast. This close proximity to the Downs and Castle Hill National Nature Reserve means that you're likely to spot plenty of bird life, squirrels and bunnies during your stay.

The vibrant city of Brighton and Hove is packed with personality and is brimming with all kinds of things to do for everyone. Just south of the site and a mere 15 minute stroll is Brighton Marina, a harbour with shops, restaurants, cinema and an entertainment complex.

Regular buses will take you into the city. If you get a chance, hop on board the open top 77 bus up to the Devils Dyke where you'll feel a million miles away from the city as you look across stunning views of Sussex farmland and down to the sea. There are lots of foot paths not just up to the Dyke but all over Brighton, making it a great place to explore by foot or by bike.

Back in the city you are spoilt for choice. The shopping is excellent with many unusual boutiques and antique shops to browse in and independent cafes to try. You could enjoy a day along the promenade and dip your toes in the sea. In the summer months visit the bustling bars and enjoy live singers and musicians and maybe check out the volley ball and basketball matches.

For more inspiration, take a look at the top things to do in Brighton.

Facilities on site

• Wi-Fi available
• Washroom
• Dish washing
• Laundry facilities
• Playground
• Supermarket less than 1 mile from site
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Brighton Wi-Fi runs an average 40 Mbps.

Activities & experiences nearby


Brighton's network of designated cycle paths make getting around the city easy. See Brighton Council's cycle map for more information.

The nearest National Cycle Network route to this site is route 2, a coastal path between Newhaven and Portsmouth. Alternatively try route 20, a countryside route that heads up onto the South Downs.


From the site you could head north and follow routes up to the South Downs.

Alternatively you could head along the coast, from the Under Cliff walk to the east or towards Worthing and Shoreham to the west.

Windsurfing and kayaking

Brighton Marina, just 5 minutes down the road from the site, is an ideal location for sailing and watersports.

There are several companies that offer kayak hire, powerboat rides, yacht sailing, wind surfing and stand up paddle boarding, including:

Location and Transport Information

Transport Links:

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Brighton, Hove
  • Nearest train station: Brighton (less than 3 miles)
  • Nearest port: Newhaven (12 miles)
  • Car hire available on site

*Minimum stay two nights. £98 price based on a camping pod booking between Mondays to Thursdays during low season (23 – 28 March; 15 April - 3 May; 1 October – 18 October; 28 October – 20 December). 

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