Park Holidays, Beauport lies on the outskirts of Hastings in a beautiful woodland setting, and is really the place to be for a relaxing holiday. The park is beautifully landscaped on a woody hillside, with lots of paths to explore.
The Country Club on the park is a family bar with food, drinks and Wi-Fi access. It’s also the main entertainment venue and there are competitions, disco and karaoke to join in with, as well as shows. There’s something to please everyone.
Accommodation is in caravans rated Bronze to Gold plus, with pets allowed for an extra charge in selected Bronze caravans. In all caravans gas, electric, linen and entertainment passes are included in the cost of your stay.
In the daytimes there’s a heated outdoor pool during the summer months, plus a children’s playground. The park is close to two golf courses and is nearer than five miles to the beach at Hastings, with other beaches also close at Pevensey, Bexhill, and Camber Sands.
Places of interest to visit in East Sussex include Yesterday’s World, at Battle, where you can get a taste of how life was from Victorian times, through to the 1950s. It has a series of walk-through displays, complete with sounds and smells, stirring your imagination, or maybe even arousing memories. There’s also a Victorian play village, a gift and sweet shop and mini golf.
Drusilla’s Zoo, near Alfriston, provides another fun day out. The zoo is home to many smaller exotic animals like meerkats, ring-tailed lemurs and penguins, and also has plenty of play areas and hands-on activities, plus a huge adventure playground with
swings, slides and climbing walls. Also available is a fully licensed restaurant, cafes and shops, and a Thomas & Friends train a runs daily.
Hastings Castle was Britain’s first Norman Castle. You can walk around the ruins of the cloistered chapel, explore the dungeons, enjoy the views across the town and out to sea. In the medieval siege tent you can learn about the history of the castle.
Carr Taylor Vineyards is in the countryside just north of Hastings. You can follow a vineyard trail, then visit the winery and bottling room to learn some of the wine-making techniques, before returning to the shop to sample some of the wines and have a look in the gift shop.
The village of Rye Harbour has a busy yachting centre, a fishing fleet, a lifeboat station, two public houses and a village shop. A Martello Tower, built to defend the area against possible invasion during the Napoleonic wars, adds to the picturesque setting.
There is free entry to the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, which has a network of footpaths along the sea shore, across fields and large areas of shingle. There are several excellent hides for birdwatching. From one of the footpaths you can get to Camber Castle, built by Henry VIII.
Park Holidays Beauport Holiday Park has the following types of accommodation.
The following facilities are available at Park Holidays Beauport Holiday Park. Some facilities may not be available low season and some may be subject to a small fee.