Our post code for sat nav is TN3 9HU. However, please note that some sat navs do not locate us accurately. Once on Danegate Lane you cannot miss the farm nor hopefully the sign.
If coming from London, take the A21/ A26 down to Tunbridge Wells and then, at the roundabout at the bottom of the town bear left on the A267 (the Eastbourne road). Through Frant and on for a mile and a bit, follow the road around a sharp left-hand bend (at the base of a hill). At the brow of this hill there is a central reservation with bollards that are alight at night. Turn right here at the brow of the hill into a narrow lane, ‘Danegate’. The farm is located 1 mile along this lane, look out of the camping site signs to your left after about three quarters of a mile. You will have to go beyond the Campfire Weekend signs and turn at the turning point (which will also be signed on the lane) as the turning is too steep a left off the lane. If you reach the farm buildings on the lane, you have gone too far.
If coming from Brighton, take the A26, four miles north of Crowborough (and 20 yards after the 40mph limit signs) take the right hand turning to Rotherfield. After 1.5 miles, and just round a blind bend, take the first left (there is a triangle of grass at this turning). After about a third of a mile you will find Great Danegate farm on your left hand side after a blind turn left in the road. Follow the lane past the farm and you will see the signs for Campfire Weekends directing you to turn right off the lane after about a third of a mile.
Trains from London Bridge run direct to Eridge on the Uckfield line. We are four miles from Eridge Station. You can also go from London Victoria, but you need to change either at East Croydon or, if you take an East Grinstead service, at Oxted.
Alternatively, you can take the Hastings line from Charing Cross/ London Bridge, Cannon St Waterloo East, to Tunbridge Wells. Whilst you could also get off at Frant (Bells Yew Green), getting a taxi may not be so easy. Taxis are plentiful in Tunbridge Wells.
If you put your bike on the train then we recommend you get off at Frant or Wadhurst stations. The ride up to the village of Frant is much more pleasant than along the main road from Tunbridge Wells. You could also stop off for a sharpener at the George Inn or The Abergavenny Arms in Frant village, both of which are good pubs. Or Eridge and stop in at the Huntsman pub situated right by the train station.
If you come to Eridge Station and need a taxi we suggest the following:
Concorde Cars – 01892 853333
Crowborough Cabs – 01892 665 522
Crowborough Taxis – 01892 665 296
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