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Haven Church Farm Reviews

Haven Church Farm Reviews

| On 20, Jan 2014

Church Farm Caravan Holiday Park

Set between a lagoon and a natural harbour Church Farm really offers the best of the rolling West Sussex countryside. The setting is as pretty as a picture, has a wonderful shingle beach just a short walk away and offers a spectacular list of activities including a 9 hole par 3 golf course.

You have a wide choice of accommodation at Church Farm to choose from. There are eight different types of caravan including specially adapted ones ideal for those with mobility issues. Choose a Standard caravans if you are looking for a base for a very outdoors type of holiday while there are more creature comforts on offer in the top of the Platinum caravans.  For something truly special the Luxury Lodges are sighted in the prettiest parts of the park with the best views. They are spacious, well equipped and all have external decking areas that are perfect for summer evenings together. Each caravan is available to sleep either six or eight people. They have either two or three bedroom layouts and also sleep two people on a sofa bed in the lounge. All of the lounges are comfortable, have gas fires and TVs in the lounge and shower and loos.

Facilities & Activities

It’s summer holidays and it’s the seaside so that has to mean swimming. As well as the local beaches (including one of Europe’s premier Blue Flag beaches at West Wittering) there are two pools at Church Farm. The heated indoor pool is spacious and has a spectacular water flume while the outdoor pool (also heated) is perfect for lots of family fun. The park also organises a range of water activities including Learn2Swim which is free of charge. Other activities include Water Walkers, AquaJets and Turbo Paddlers.

Beyond the pool there is also a raft of other activity to keep you and the children occupied. Professional coaching in basketball and footie will always go down well. Why not try archery or fencing for something a little different. Take the youngsters on a Bush Craft session to learn about surviving in the wild while the youngest of all can enjoy the Church Farm soft play area. For aspiring Ryder Cup players there is also a nine hole golf course with a par three on site. You can also keep the children amused with the Kids Clubs. Aimed at four different age ranges this means that children will be enjoying the chance to meet others of their age group as well as taking part in carefully selected activities.

Eating out at Church farm is a real pleasure. The mash and barrel restaurant and bar serves hot food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is even a terrace where you can really relax and enjoy your meal. Why not think about spoiling the kids and eating breakfast out? The menu is well planned and in the evening a three course meal makes a very special occasion. Of course, it wouldn’t be holiday time without a take away and Church Farm has its own traditional chippy serving sustainable fish and freshly cooked chips – salt and vinegar included. Church Farm even takes the effort out of self catering with an onsite SPAR convenience store where you can stock up on all your food essentials.

Beyond Church Farm you can enjoy everything that West Sussex has to offer. With history in bucket loads you can enjoy Hastings, the location for 1066’s big bust up, Arundel Castle and Amberly Museum and Heritage Centre to name but three. For getting close to nature, head off to Arundel Wetland Centre and the Blue Reef Aquarium.

Why Here?

  • Golf course on site
  • Picturesque location
  • Good choice of caravans
  • Great swimming facilities
  • West Sussex countryside

Prices & Availability

Sussex

The rolling green hills of West Sussex hide a whole raft of activities and places to see other than Bognor Regis and Brighton (although nothing is wrong with either).

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