Chantry Farm has a rich history dating back to the Bronze Age: Our round barrow is listed by English Heritage, it’s approx 4000yrs old! This sacred land has been used in so many ways.. so we made a film - 200m yrs to the Bronze Age - let us know if you’d like a screening.. we’ve got a Film Solar cinema! 



We both had a great time and thoroughly enjoyed the fresh air, walks, cycles, tranquillity; Royal Oak grub…the list is endless!


                                                    Shane from Ireland

We don’t take camper vans...  (but lookalikes are welcome!)

“OK Lucy, this is a Bronze Age platform barrow and there’s quite a lot to munch on, but over your shoulder I see the Brighton Eye, and I hear there’s a jolly fine candyfloss stand nearby..  The number 17 bus takes 15 minutes from Pyecombe Street.. Fancy a trip to the sea?  We’d be back before the shepherd notices..” 

“Im holding my pose for this photo..  Im happy here on the farm.. and I get vertigo on big wheels “

Visitors’ comment on the views.. 

I knew it was going to be spectacular, but I didn’t know it would be this good”

“We should tell everyone about it.  No, let’s not.”  Couple staying in 12’ hut

When you stay with us you help fund conservation of 54 glorious acres of the South Downs.  Visitor numbers usually limited to 30, so you can enjoy a sense of space and safety.  Chantry is an eco-campsite, with clean composting loos, hot bucket showers and solar for phone charging, which honours the rural experience and shared environmental responsibility -we all give a sh*t!  The sunsets are often amazing and our moon rises are stunning too.  A canopy of beautiful stars are best viewed lying down, so that’s handy..