The pitches are surrounded by trees and, in the spring, there is a carpet of bluebells around the Site.
Rabbits, squirrels, foxes and if you are lucky badgers can all be seen regularly scurrying past your motorhome.
Part of the attraction of this site is its peaceful nature, partly due to its minimal facilities.
If you would prefer a toilet or shower block you would be better to stay at the Graffham site.
The current owners, Lord and Lady Hodgkin, purchased the Ratham Estate in 2011 and are bringing back to its former glory, while also making new and exciting changes.
2015 sees the development of a luxury touring park on the estate.
From the coastal resorts of Wittering and Bognor to the medieval towns of Chichester and Arundel, West Sussex has plenty of campsites where you can park your motorhome.
Here’s the Landcruise Motorhome Hire review of the campsites we recommend.
Firstly there are 3 very good Camping & Caravanning Club sites close to us.
Tell them you are booking with Land Cruise Motorhome Hire and they will give you discount off a pitch for the night.
Visit the lovely Cathedral town of Chichester on your first or last night.
This is a small campsite set in an orchard just 6 miles from the town centre and close to Chichester harbour.
There is a convenient bus stop just outside the gates.