Overlooking the beautiful bay of Pevensey with direct beach access this exquisite mobile home holds a prime position on the park.
# No Pets
# 2 Bedrooms plus Sofa Bed on request
# Direct Beach Access with views across the bay
# Beach Side Veranda
# Indoor Pool & Children's Paddling Pool
# Family Bar
# Adventure Playground
# Free Wi Fi
# Flexible Dining
# Towels and Linen Included
Beach fronted beautifully designed mobile home with a spacious lounge leading out through patio doors to a South Facing, raised decked area with rattan seating overlooking the beach. The lounge has a large corner sofa, a flat screen Smart TV, fitted gas fireplace.
There is a dining area with a table and chairs to seat four guests adjacent to a modern fitted kitchen with an integrated gas hob and Newworld oven, full sized fridge and freezer, microwave oven and Nespresso coffee machine, the kitchen has an array of pots, pans, plates, glasses and serving dishes to ensure this is a real home from home experience.
There are two modern bedrooms, the master bedroom has a king-sized bed, wall mounted T.V, dressing area, fitted wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom with a full-sized bath, low level wash hand basin and W.C. Bedrooms two has twin beds and fitted wardrobes with drawers under.
There is an additional bathroom adjacent to bedroom two with a shower, low level wash hand basin and W.C.
This property has gas central heating and free Wi-Fi as standard.
There is space to the side of the mobile home for two cars.
A great space to relax and really unwind!
The holiday site comprises of integrated roadways and walkways, providing easy access to the warren of private retreats, situated adjacent to the private beach. There is an indoor swimming pool, gym, arcades, children's entertainment, clubhouse with restaurant and bar. As well as launderette, Football, and sports court, plus evening entertainment.
The site is a short walk from the stunning Sovereign Harbour Marina, and further down Eastbourne's promenade - the landmark Victorian pier.
Important: Our properties are protected by SUPERHOG - a globally recognised trust and safety company that allows hosts and guests to confidently transact.
Please note that once you have booked, you will be contacted directly by SUPERHOG to complete your booking validation, which includes ID verification and optional damage waiver. You will be asked for a non-refundable £35 damage waiver covering you for any accidental damage caused during your stay. There is also an option to opt out.
If you have chosen to pay the damage waiver you must let us know so that we do not hold our normal damage deposit of £200 as per the listing details on the day you check out of our property. If we do not hear from you our normal damage deposit will be held as pending and returned to you within 14 days of your check out date.
Entry instructions will be given 3 days prior to your check in date.
To the west of 1066 country stands Pevensey Bay on the coast. Pevensey Bay is famously known as William of Normandy's landing place in 1066. Pevensey Bay is an old fishing village founded in the 1600's as Wallsend, the end of the sea wall from Eastbourne.
Pevensey village is located on a ridge of land, which juts out onto marshland and until the 13th Century the marshes were an inlet of the sea. Over time the large bay was gradually cut off from the sea by shingle and today the marshes known as Pevensey Levels, a large nature reserve, stretches for miles behind the shingle beach.
Several Martello towers were erected along the bay at the beginning of the 19th century against Napoleonic attack.
In the early 1900's the village became a holiday resort it is today with much of the coastline development started in the 1930's. Today it is a popular tourist attraction with the nearby historical Pevensey Castle.
Pevensey Bay is well known today to all sailing enthusiasts. The local sailing club offers a variety of classes of boats and has a full programme of racing. The inspiring 31-mile 1066 Country Walk starts at Pevensey Castle, winds its way to Herstmonceux, through Battle and across the countryside to Rye.
• Eastbourne Beach - 39-minute walk
• Sovereign Harbour - 43-minute walk
• Pevensey Bay Beach - 3-minute walk
• Pevensey Castle - 21-minute walk
• Eastbourne Harbour - 36-minute walk
• Eastbourne Pier - 4.5 mi / 7.3 km
• Beachy Head - 7.8 mi / 12.5 km
• Seven Sisters - 9.3 mi / 14.9 km
• London (LGW-Gatwick) 55-min drive
• Pevensey Bay Station 10-min walk
• Pevensey and Westham Station 7-min driv
Other Things to Note:
Lost keys will be charged at £25.00 per set.
Park Facilities are fully open during peak times: March to October with some limited facilities open during the winter. Passes to enable guests full use of the gym, indoor swimming pool, entertainment programme, family bar, and all weather sports pitch, cost an additional:
Off Peak 3/4 Nights-Adults £15 & Kids £10
Off Peak 7 Nights-Adults £25 & Kids £15
Peak 3/4 Nights-Adults £25 & Kids £20
Peak 7 Nights-Adults £40 & Kids £35
You can purchase the pass from the main reception area just across the road from the holiday home. There are very limited facilities during off peak times, however don't forget the beach is just a stones throw from the mobile home and is great in the winter too. You could enjoy the surf during the blustery weather or wrap up warm and take a walk along the long and beautiful bay. Eastbourne, Battle and Hastings are also great winter places to explore.
Interaction with Guests:
A phone number will be provided for you along with your check in instructions.
Located in Pevensey, this chalet is on the beach. Redoubt Fortress and Military Museum and Eastbourne Bandstand are cultural highlights, and some of the area's attractions include Treasure Island and Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway Adventure Park. Traveling with kids? Consider Observatory Science Centre, or check out an event or a game at Priory Lane.