Bedgebury camping east sussex
Surrounded by woodland on all but one side, Sunninglye has seven Feather Down tents within a shady hilltop copse.
Each tent faces outwards with views across the surrounding fields and woodland, ideal for a glamping family holiday in Kent.
Sunninglye Farm is nestled on the Kent / Sussex border among the rolling hills of the High Weald, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
It’s just 27 miles from the M25 and only 40 minutes from the coast.
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Visitors are always pleasantly surprised by the peacefulness of the setting, and younger children are free to climb and swing and play safely among the trees near the tent.
The older ones might like to explore the farm while attempting to conquer the Sunninglye Challenge, a farm trail which combines fun with education and will occupy them for a good couple of hours.
Open all year, Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest is the perfect place for healthy outdoor activity.
Near the pretty copse where the tents are located is Rocky Field, home to the nature watch hideout for spotting badgers, foxes and deer.
A little further on is the private pond for messing about with our old boats.
There are several other National Trust properties within easy reach.
These include the wonderful gardens at Sissinghurst Castle, Smallhythe Place at Tenterden, Scotney Castle at Lamberhurst and Batemans in Burwash.