The Tree Tent

Stay nestled in the tree tops

Our Tree Tent is similar to a Harvest Mouse nest, and it was the first one to go up in England.

The maximum capacity is 2 adults and a child within the tree tent. However you can also pitch a tent on the space beneath but you must not exceed our maximum pitch numbers of 7 people aged 3 and over, this includes the people staying in the Tree Tent.

Access to the Tree Tent is via wooden stairs, and the tent is suspended between 3 sturdy oak trees on the edge of the ancient woodland that surrounds the camping meadow. From the two windows there are fantastic views across the campsite and on to the South Downs National Park. Relax and take in the canopy view, whilst gently moving with the sway of the trees. The Tree Tent has its own grass pitch where you can enjoy a campfire at your exclusive fire pit.

What is provided with the Tree Tent

  • 3 single beds with mattresses
  • Camping stove, kettle, mugs, Plates and cutlery, a saucepan
  • Free hot showers and toilets
  • A handcrafted table to cook on outside

What you need to bring

  • Sleeping bags/bedding/pillows
  • Food
  • Towels, tea towels, rubbish bags, torches/lanterns
  • Suitable clothing(warm and dry)
  • Wellies, if the weather hasn’t been kind!

We would also recommend: Marshmallows, Cooking Oil, Foil/Cling Film/Kitchen roll, Food Storage Boxes, A Cool Box (if you have lots of food and drink), Extra Lanterns, Games, Insect Repellent, Sun Cream and a sense of adventure….

Please note that you can’t cook inside the Tree Tent, so you should bring along any cooking shelter that you require such as a small tent or a gazebo. There is a table that you can use to cook on, located under the trees

The Tree Tent has been featured in George Clarkes Amazing Spaces and has been lovingly created by Brighton based designer Jason Thawley.

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