Fulking, West Sussex
Glamping on a working farm in West Sussex amongst the rolling hills of the South Downs National Park, a peaceful rural escape.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Foot of the Downs is owned and managed by Angela.
You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Angela.
EV charging point
Very high levels of insulation
Recycling of all recyclable waste
100% local produce in welcome pack
Tucked away at the bottom of the rolling hills of the South Downs, you’ll find several bespoke glamping pods and a luxurious shepherd’s hut. Located on a working farm, surrounded by fields and the unique landscape of the National Park, this is the perfect spot for a peaceful rural escape. Fully-equipped bathrooms, kitchenettes and comfy double beds mean there’s no need to leave any home comforts behind while you get a little closer to nature. Enjoy long countryside walks and day trips to Brighton before returning to cook dinner over the firepit and stargaze late into the evening.
Nightingale Shepherd’s Hut is a romantic retreat for two with plenty of creature comforts inside and an outdoor area for enjoying the stunning scenery. Wake up to the sound of birdsong in your cosy double bed, complete with duck feather bedding. Rustle up some breakfast before setting out on a walk or a bike ride in South Downs. The kitchen is kitted out with all the basics so you’ll be able to cook simple meals or prepare food for the BBQ outside. There’s also a bathroom with a shower and an unlimited supply of hot water. In the evenings, the log burner will keep you warm and toasty whatever the weather outside.
If you need a bit of extra space, the bespoke glamping pods, Skylark and Lapwing, are ideal for families. These clever cabins, with their distinctive curved structures, are cosy hideaways for up to four guests. After a long walk, sit back and relax on the sofa which converts into the second double bed. As the evening draws in, get the fire pit going and enjoy a glass of something as dinner sizzles away on the grill. You’ll be able to sit out late into the evening, toasting marshmallows and picking out constellations in the dark night sky.
There’s plenty to explore in the local area with many walking and cycling trails which you can access straight from the farm. Some of these routes stop off at local pubs, such as the Royal Oak in Poynings or the pub at the top of Devils Dyke which will also reward you with some spectacular views. The farm is also a short walk or cycle from the South Downs Way so you can tackle some of the route during your stay or use the accommodation as a stop-off along the 100 mile trail.
Skylark & Lapwing glamping pods are:
Off peak - £110 per night for 2 nights
£100per night for 3 nights
£95 per night for 4 nights plus
Peak: £130per night for 2 nights
£120 per night for 3 nights
£110 per night for 4 nights plus
Nightingale shepherds hut
Off peak: £120 for 2 nights
£110 for 3 nights
£100 for 4 nights plus
Peak: £140 for 2 nights
£130 for 3 nights
£120 for 4 nights plus
All school holidays & July & August
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