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Staycation Littlehampton

We set off around 11am and the satnav chose the A259 route for most of the way. Our first stop was near Pevensey for lunch and a chance for Reggie to get a little exercise.

This was at another former Little Chef that is now a Starbucks. There used to be hundreds of Little Chef restaurants up and down the country and despite being opened by a huge international company, they went bust.

Once on the way again we skirted past the seaside towns of Brighton and Bexhill on the A27, arriving at the campsite at around 3.45pm. We checked in and then set about getting a pitch. The warden told us a few that were available. In the end we chose 53 as it was on a dead-end path so we wouldn't have too many passing cars...


The park is quite nicely laid out. Clean facilities but not all that quiet. The access road is noisy and there seems to be a problem locally that requires ambulances with sirens blaring often during the day.

It's nice to sit and do nothing. Reggie preferring the shade under the van.


We have two nights here and then we go home.

Arundel is nearby and if we can get parked up we can go there on the way home. Parking with a motorhome isn't as simple as with a car .. Arundel does seem to be anti-motorhome with none of the car parks catering for taller vehicles. Their loss. Imagine the money that van owners would spend in shops and cafés?

Posted by InvictaMoto 11:05 Archived in England

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