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About Gaveston Hall: There is an indoor swimming pool, a large games room with table tennis and pool tables, a tennis court, a volleyball court, and football field.
Badminton, cricket, pre-planned country walks and even fishing for carp in our large pond are also available depending on the time of year.
There is also a barbecue and opportunity for camp fires at night.
The chalets house 10-12.
There are some single and twin rooms for leaders, plus shower and washrooms.
All accommodation is centrally heated, though participants must provide their own sheets or sleeping bags and pillow slips. ( Bed linen can be provided for a nominal cost ).
Situated in the heart of the secluded Sussex countryside in the pretty village of Nuthurst, England, Gaveston hall is the perfect place to let your children discover the secrets of the countryside. We are only an hour from London and half an hour from Brighton and the Southern english coast.
From London and M25 East:
Take A23 and join M23 southbound. Continue until Handcross junction then exit. Take B2110 towards Monks Gate. At junction with A281 turn right towards Horsham. After a mile turn left towards Nuthurst. Gaveston Hall will be on your right.
From M25 West:
Exit at junction 9 and follow the A24 southbound towards Horsham. After passing Horsham on your left follow signs for A24 Worthing. Pass Shell petrol station on left hand side and continue over roundabout. Over the next roundabout and take the next left for Copsale. Follow signs for Nuthurst. Gaveston Hall will be on your left.
From Brighton and the South:
Take A23 Northbound and exit at the junction with the A272 (Cowfold). Turn left and follow the road to Cowfold. From Cowfold follow the A281 road towards Horsham. The signs for Nuthurst will be after a few miles on your left.
From Worthing and the South Central:
Take the A24 Northbound. At the junction with the A272 traffic lights take a right turn. After a couple of miles take a left turn and follow the signs for Nuthurst.
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