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Take Time Out

A hidden gem on the edge of Ashdown Forest, home of Winnie the Pooh. A calming sanctuary to relax, reconnect with nature and inhale the invigorating forest atmosphere (Shinrin-yoku).

Luxury secluded camping in stunning traditional Yurts and rustic Log Cabins. Ideal for a romantic getaway, a family holiday or a group get-together. Woodland craft courses, activities, experiences, therapies & treatments are available for individuals and groups by arrangement.

We are passionate about the natural environment and sustainability. The site has been designed adopting the principles of Permaculture, and we demonstrate ways of lowering our carbon footprint and living more self sufficiently. Our forest and vegetable gardens, provide much produce for the cafe, and for our own table. 

Guests enjoy the simple traditional pleasures of cooking over a camp fire under the stars, seeing and hearing the abundant wildlife, picnicking amongst the woodland wildflowers or enjoying the many spectacular walks over Ashdown Forest.

The shared facilities consist of 2 hot power showers, 2 flushing loos and 2 Butlers washing up sinks which are located beside the café, a short stroll (50-150m) from each accommodation.

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Our Woodland’s History

Our woodland was originally part of a greater forest known as Anderida, which covered much of Kent and Sussex during Roman times.In the 16th Century, Henry VIII took down most of the big oak trees to build his warships. And the local Wealden iron industry produced many of the canons for his navy.Our woodland was used to grow ash trees which originally produced charcoal to fuel the iron furnaces. We have several old iron pits in our woodland, which fill up with water, creating a series of small ponds during the winter months.  In the spring these are surrounded by beautiful bluebells and orchids.In 2019, we were advised by the Forestry Commission that our woodland was infected with Chalara ash die back disease.  In 2020, we removed all the diseased ash trees, opening the woodland up dramatically, which gave rise to phenomenal regeneration of trees and wildflowers.  Into this, we have planted more than 1000 additional mixed native trees to create a more diverse and disease tolerant woodland for future generations. 

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