L O C A T I O N
L O C A L A T T R A C T I O N S
East Sussex has more
woodland than any other county, making it a wonderful place to
explore during a family holiday.
To the north of Fair Oak Farm is extensive woodland.
There are plenty of tiny Saxon flint stone churches and timbered
country pubs dotted throughout the picturesque villages nestling at
the foot of the Downs. Some of the UK's finest castles, beautiful gardens, National
Trust properties, family attractions and of course, the wonderful
Ashdown Forest - ideal for walking, horse riding and cycling - can be found in the region.
There are plenty of places to visit and activities whether you are a
couple, family or group.
surrounding Mayfield and the farm's valley is breathtaking with small hilltop villages
rolling meadows, great for horse riding, walking and cycling.
There are many well publicised and stunning bridle paths, public
footpaths and cycle routes around the farm. Our OS map reference is TQ
622 262. The popular Cuckoo Trail, Bewl Water and Bedgebury
Forest are not far from the farm.
His and hers mountain bikes are available for hire.
close proximity are plenty of golf courses and fishing locations.
Within a mile from the farm you will also find a superb trout
fishery, set up by Roger Daltrey over 25 years ago. Nearby activities include ballooning,
paragliding, rock climbing, paint ball, motor sports, dry ski
slopes, motor sports, heritage gardens, enchanted forests, steam
trains, cider making and lots more. The nearby Bewl Water offers sailing, canoeing, climbing, power
boating and lots more for all the family. Local attractions
& Scotney Castles
Anne of Cleves
Forest (Go Ape)
Railway Steam Trains
Eridge (Rock Climbing)
Drusillas Park Zoo
R U R A L S E T T I N G
The buildings at Fair Oak Farm sit in a private 12 acre estate,
surrounded by magnificent countryside in an Area of Outstanding
Natural Beauty, yet is only an hour from London with excellent
transport links. Stonegate (2.4 miles) and Wadhurst (7.4 miles)
provide fast and frequent train services to central London and
Gatwick airport can be reached in about 45 minutes by car. The
farm has quick and easy access to the A21 (10 miles), M25 and
The medieval village of Mayfield (2 miles) has a good range of
amenities including a small supermarket with post office,
butcher, baker, chemist, greengrocer, café, florist and two
popular public houses. Within a 15 minute drive are the
villages of Wadhurst, Heathfield and Ticehurst all of which
offer further every-day amenities. The vibrant spa town of
Tunbridge Wells has excellent retail and leisure facilities and
can be reached in 20 minutes.
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