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Pet-friendly RV Cottages allow your pets to vacation with you!View Rates ›The Pleasant Acres theme may be old fashioned, but the facilities are top notch- with full hookups and 50 amp electric on every site, and free Wi-Fi throughout the park.There are miles and miles of long-distance footpaths to amble on all over the county, such as the Sussex Border Path, South Downs Way and of course the 1066 Country Walk: East Sussex and Hastings are also famous as Battle Country, where the hapless Harold lost his rumble (and peeper) to William the Conqueror.More modernly, East Sussex’s Beachy Head is where thousands of wizards descended for the Quidditch World Cup in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.However, where the pitch or accommodation occupancy allows it, you can make a booking for up to 30 adults and 30 children in one booking.To book multiple pitches or accommodation, use the 'Special requests' box on the booking page to ask to be sited together.Memories so lasting, that we are now seeing those children, as grown-ups, bringing their own kids back to Pleasant Acres, so that they can realize those same joys.One visit is never enough to take-in all that this RV resort has to offer!
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And how clever of it to place itself conveniently between the chalk hills of the South Downs and the sandy beaches of the Sussex coast…
Evidently the Romans thought so too, pitching up here when they came, saw and conquered most of the country way back when, but they were at least considerate enough to leave very spectacular souvenirs indeed in the mosaic floors at Fishbourne Royal Palace on the edge of Chichester – which we placed at No VI in our Roman around Britain blog.
On the other hand, six miles from Bognor Regis there’s the ancient city of Chichester, with a Norman cathedral, Fishbourne Roman Palace and the renowned Chichester Festival Theatre.
On the one hand you’ve got the seaside resort Bognor Regis for the kids to clatter about with their buckets and spades on the award-winning beach.