The grassy-topped wave of hills which give the park its name are magnificent, but there’s far more to the South Downs National Park holidays than the Downs. The park also includes the woodlands, hedgerows and lowland pastures of the western Weald, several glossy rivers and a short but glorious band of white cliffs, the Sussex Heritage Coast. Around a quarter of the park is covered in trees, making this the most thickly wooded national park in Britain.
Beachy Head lighthouse B&B with panoramic South Downs view
Walk The South Downs Way in Southern England.
Magical shepherds hut retreat in the Sussex countryside
Elegant yurts in 150 acres of ancient woods river & wildlife
Peaceful caravan site in idyllic South Downs setting
Bushcraft and wildlife in the heart of the South Downs
Palladian mansion with magnificent staterooms in parkland
Housedean Farm Campsite on the South Downs Way near Lewes
Navigation courses for all in the stunning South Downs