Brighton glamping and camping sites tend be out of the city centre in the glorious Sussex countryside that surrounds the seaside destination. Our camping and glamping sites are a great place to base yourself if you want to visit Brighton during a glamping holiday.
Wild Boar Wood Campsite is close to Haywards Heath, under twenty miles from Brighton centre, while Beech Estate Woodland Campsite is a little further. It’s about thirty-five miles from Brighton, thats’s a drive of less than an hour. So is still a great place to base yourself if you want to visit Brighton and Hove and also see what rural East Sussex has to offer.
Quirky and cosmopolitan, Brighton is world-famous as a seaside resort. It has thriving independent shops, a wide choice of great quality restaurants and eateries, great nightlife and many visitor attractions. These include the pier, the Brighton wheel, the Brighton Pavilion, a sealife centre and more. Not to mention the star attraction: the beach and promenade. Take a look at our guide to Brighton for more information and visit the official tourist association website too. May is a great time to visit Brighton as it is when the annual Brighton Festival takes place with exhibitions taking place and music, theatre and dance productions are put on in venues around the city.
After a day in bustling Brighton, our three campsites offer a welcome retreat. After the drive back, you can relax around a campfire outside your bell tent and sleep soundly under the stars. Cooking equipment, plates and cutlery are all provided in our bell tents so you pack lightly for your stay.
Brighton glamping is a great affordable option for those looking for a place to stay while visiting the city.