For 6 years the charity caravan in Telham on the East Sussex coast, has been offering our families time to enjoy some quality time together for a weekend or a week at a time.
There are so many things to see and do whatever the time of year and whatever the weather that it would be impossible to list them all. Spring brings antiques fairs, Morris Dancing, the Bexhill 100 Festival of Motoring, Hastings Half Marathon, the Black Horse Music Festival and the Battle Medieval Fair.
Summer brings bandstand concerts, beer festivals, open air concerts pop and classical with fireworks, carnivals, festivals, open air theatre and literally dozens of other events for you to enjoy.
Our Leisure club comprises of a purpose built, state of the art building with a magnificent eighteen metre indoor swimming pool with children’s paddling area, Jacuzzi, steam room and sauna, plus a well-equipped gymnasium.
We offer a wide variety of fitness classes ranging from yoga to karate plus a selection of treatments including sports massage, beauty and holistic therapies. There is ramped access to the Leisure Club, disabled changing rooms with hoist and a Dolphin Dipper poolside hoist by the swimming pool. There is also a disabled chair lift to the first floor.
The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day. A take away service is offered which is just the thing if you want to curl up in your cosy lodge with your meal.
Only a 15 minute drive from Crowhurst Park or alternatively jump on bus for a 30 minute ride. From coast to countryside, seaside to historic towns and villages, there are many things to do in Hastings and 1066 Country, including excellent days out and places to see. On the coast visit the unspoilt sand dunes of Camber or visit the quirky lively resort of Hastings. For free things to do in Hastings, why not experience the beauty of the countryside by taking a walk through Combe Valley or Hastings Country Park via woods and ancient forests; be inspired by exotic planting and old-fashioned roses in the glorious gardens of Great Dixter and Pashley Manor.
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