An attractive woodland setting with central feature of picturesque lake and historic Coghurst Hall buildings. Bar & restaurant facilities, with heated indoor pool. Coghurst Hall is set on the edge of the historic coastal town of Hastings hidden in a beautiful tree-lined valley. With family friendly facilities, a stunning fishing lake.
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The focal point of this woodland Park is its impressive lake which is well stocked with a range of fish, and includes some monster carp – so don’t forget your fishing rod. The clubhouse offers traditional, stately decor with a laid-back atmosphere, so you can relax and unwind in plush surroundings. Our indoor pool is unique and gives the impression you could be swimming through underground caves!
Hastings is just a short drive away and is enjoying a transformation as a fashionable holiday resort. The Old Town is a hotspot of trendy bars and restaurants whilst the traditional seaside amusements, boating lake and crazy golf course (which incidentally holds the “World Crazy Golf Championships” every year) remain as popular as ever.
Visit Sussex for green hills and weald-land that look like landscape paintings, towns blitzed by Norman battles and super-cool seaside resorts. Follow the in-crowd to funky Brighton for days splashing off pebble beaches and browsing lanes of alternative boutiques. It’s more chilled in family-focused Eastbourne with serene boating lakes, Victorian gardens and wow-factor white cliffs. Don your imaginary armour for days tracing 1066 dramas to abbeys and battlefields in Battle and Hastings. Seagull’s eye views across the Channel are best from Beachy Head – a dizzying 531ft (160m) above sea level.
Rental Season Coghurst Hall Holiday Park rental season runs late January through to early January.
Coghurst Hall Holiday Park,
3 miles north east of Hastings, located midway between Ore and Three Oaks.Explore the Sussex region