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About Netherfield Place
Netherfield Place and Ivylands Farms are situated in the heart of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and 3 miles from the ancient market town of Battle, famed for being the site of the Battle of Hastings in 1066, where William, Duke of Normandy defeated King Harold II of England to become King William I.
The farm consists of several hundred acres of beautiful cattle and sheep grazing pastures, rewilded woodlands, and various streams and ponds.
The farm owns a number residential and commercial properties that are let on a long-term basis or used to provide holiday accommodation. The farming is focussed on low intensity sheep and cattle farming, and there is a campsite that provides eco-friendly sustainable camping experiences. Other commercial opportunities include farming and grazing land, fishing, TV, Film & photography location.
Our 300 acre has a picturesque with camping, glamping and stunning private farmhouse with 5 bedrooms
The farm lies approximately 50 miles south-east of London, and 15 minutes’ drive from the coast and is well connected by road (M25 and A21) and rail to Battle or Robertsbridge stations (services provided by Southeastern Rail).
Get ready to explore the charming and historic county of East Sussex with rolling countryside, and the quintessential British coastline.
The Royden family acquired Netherfield Place and the surrounding estate in the 1950s and have owned it ever since. Whilst the family sold off Netherfield Place in the 1980s they still retain the land which houses the campsite and large farmhouse.
Our campsite is managed by the lovely couple, Dan & Grace, who are very knowledgeable about the area and always have a big smile for our happy campers.