Nice and steady prices,

We are all aware of the cost of living prices and how we are all struggling with making ends meet.

Considering all these factors we are endeavouring to keep our prices within people budgets for good quality holidays by the sea,

It is a very wise move to book early as these caravans are both very popular. We hope that you will take a good look at our prices.

We have noticed the Park Holidays prices are fluctuating quite a lot throughout the season and as such may appear to be good deals but if they do not have the caravans available because we the owners prefer to rent privately because we do not benefit from them using our caravans to rent out.

This year is important to us to build up a good regular client base.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Pevensey Lux sleeps 6, is child and dog friendly.




Sleeps 4, child and dog friendly

Remembering the summer

Fenda and friend down by the Holly-well in Eastbourne near to Pevensey. Playing in the rock pools and daring each other to go to the waves. Enjoying the last days of summer and sadly the last days before her friend passed on. They also enjoyed running in the rabbit patch and chasing one another around the green spaces. Also loved the Promenade at Eastbourne.

Dogs are allowed in certain areas along the beach front, need to check the times. Where they are is pretty much open all year to the dogs. The Holly-Well is pet friendly, they provide bowls of water for the dogs. A great place to meet friends.

Welcome to Pevensey Bay

Hi I am Fenda

I would like to introduce you to my holiday home at Pevensey Bay

My favourite place is Pevensey lux, I always bring my own blankets and toys and dishes. Sometimes I bring my favourite toy a big reindeer which I enjoy playing with.

Here at Pevensey there is a great place to see rabbits and foxes. There are great places all around the site for sniffing and meeting other fur bods. I have a few friends I meet up with when I am down on the site. Sometimes I even enjoy a walk along the beach. The last time I was down I just went up to the top of the ramp to the beach and sniffed the air of the sea as it was a bit too cold for me and I am not keen on walking on frozen stones.

However, I do love to walk all around the Park. My companion used to do an Avon round on the Park, I loved to walk round with her to meet and greet all the customers and their fur bods.

The entrance to Pevensey is very fur bod friendly

If you think you may enjoy a holiday at my holiday home then get your companions to check out the dates. We love to have you come enjoy the rabbits and birds and foxes, swim in the sea and chase the seaguls, and flying humans and their kite things. Very strange they are too.

Just remember to bring your own towels, and bedding and covers for my furniture. Please take care not to leave any messages. I am happy to share my space. Can always tell if someone has not been careful as I find the smells.

We just had our decks cleaned recently so that we can all enjoy our fun time on the terraces and be safe from the road.

Safety gate, we have loads of space to stretch our legs and chill in the sun. I love to have my breakfast on the terrace with my companion even on a winters day.

Come see where I play

Travelling companion

Hi I am Fenda and I am the companion to my owner even when we go on long trips down south.

This last trip was fun as we went to see my other homes in the South of UK,

My companion drove us down while I slept most of the way on my cushion near to her.

This time was a cold journey, I sat on my cushion with my coat on because it was cold. I do not eat or drink much on my journey’s because I prefer to be sleeping. Every now and again we stop, and I get out and go for a quick walk and sniff about, see if there is anything of interest to me, then I jump back into the cab, sometimes I need help. I am getting on now, nearly 14, I still enjoy the journey and glad to be with my companion,

She did leave me for a while when she went and left me for a long time, I was not very pleased with being left behind. I much prefer to be with her on our adventures.

We travelled down some interesting places and hopefully we will go back and spend some time there, Ripon, Harrogate and Knaresbourgh.

I am looking forward to my next trip.

This is my favourite place to stay in Pevensey

My Journey Home

It amazes me just how much traffic there was on the road.M25 as always a big nightmare to get round. When the added speed restrictions are in place, go at 40 for miles and miles for hours really does cut into a busy driving plans. My satnav said it should have taken me approximately 5hrs 43 minutes to get back up to Shildon, where I am now based. I had planned to meet up with my sister in Wakefield in the afternoon had all the timings been correct. However I decided it would not be wise to suggest a particular time as with everything was not going to work for me to get to Wakefield in the afternoon. I suggested we leave meeting up for a different time because of the ongoing issues on the M25.

I passed the Wakefield sign around 7.30 so if my poor sister had gone to meet me there, I probably not even stopped as it was too dark and raining by the time I was passing. Will make a visit to her soon. – on a mission to see her only not as part of another mission.

Little did I know I was going to run into various places where they were slowing the traffic to 40mph further up the M1. Seriously folks don’t expect to make plans with people in afternoons as there is absolutely no guarantee you are going to make it for your agreed timetable, unless of course you do some major checking on the motorways first.

I knew from my journey down to the South that there was some slowing’s along the motorway, never expected it to be so long.

Trying to find an alternative route has proved to be even more time consuming. So, we are stuck to the motor ways.

I finally arrived home a little before 9.30 in the evening – I had started out about 10.30 ish in the morning. Having packed the van, checked the water, oil and cleaned the caravan before setting off. I also had breakfast and took my baby girl for a nice walk before we set off.

I had slept really badly as well, as I was trying to formulate a plan of departure and route to take, so I was not on my best. However, I did try to stop off at Toddington but went in the wrong way down the trucks end which meant I could not park my very nice transit (swb) next to the huge lorries that were parked up. I am sure they would not have minded but if someone want to park where I was, they could quite easily have missed me, and I could have been squashed. However, that was an amusing few moments. I drove out of Toddington and drove onto the next stop, which when you are feeling tired seems to be for ever before you get there.

I managed to make it to Newton Pagnell stop and slept for 50 minutes, it was supposed to be an hour, not good at doing complete hours when travelling, usually manage 40/50 minutes at stops. I spoke with my daughter discussed the plans of the journey.

I even managed to save fuel – someone mentioned to me when I was back in Pevensey to reduce my speed to conserve fuel. I had filled up my van from the half way point in my tank and it cost me 71.13. Of which I was hoping to see if it would get me from the south to the \north. To my surprise it did. I arrived back home with exactly half a tank of fuel left. I started to watch my speed and time remaining and matched it mile per minutes. I was absolutely stunned that I have still got half a tank of fuel left. I would highly recommend that you try it for yourself. Why speed along burning your fuel fast when you can drive around 55miles per hour to arrive home with half a tank left.

I think that my speed will be when on the motorways at 55, staying in the slow lane suits me too. You get to see some interesting vehicles. I was travelling behind one vehicle tha was very stranger looking, it lloked like it had three swivel chairs with something hanging down from a top bar. When I finally manage to pass them as they were leaving the motorway, I could see it was a carnival ride. like the teacup ride.

Family is so very important no matter the circumstances of today are. We all need one another.