The curvy cabin, built and designed by Blue Forest, provides a comfortable alternative to camping. The curvy cabin, built and designed by Blue Forest, in Blackberry Wood campsite. The curvy cabin, built and designed by Blue Forest, lives up to its name with this cosy open plan space. The open plan living area of the curvy cabin, built and designed by Blue Forest. The airy dining room of the curvy cabin, built and designed by Blue Forest. Bunk beds in the curvy cabin, built and designed by Blue Forest.

ecoPerch Curvy Cabin

  • ecoPerch – Hotel & leisure

    Location: Sussex

    Blackberry Wood Campsite is a wonderful campsite that boasts some of the quirkiest camping options we’ve seen to date, including a renovated double-decker bus, a “gypsy wagon”, and a converted search and rescue helicopter!

    Blue Forest were delighted to provide Blackberry Wood with one of our ecoPerch cabins, dubbed the “Curvy Cabin” by the campsite’s owners. This alternative accommodation fits in perfectly with the eclectic range that the Blackberry Wood Campsite has to offer to it’s happy campers!

    A fully-equipped holiday cabin…

    The Curvy Cabin is completely self-catered and features its own kitchen and en-suite facilities, giving guests the tree house experience without sacrificing the comforts of home. Sleeping up to four people, the ecoPerch has a large double bed in the main room/master bedroom, as well as space for two more in a separate bunk room.

    Although it comes fully equipped with modern heating, this cosy retreat also comes with a wood burning stove, adding to the snug, rustic atmosphere on those winter evenings.

    Versatile and eco-friendly…

    This cabin is a perfect example of the versatility and appeal of the ecoPerch. Designed to conform with the Caravan and Mobile Homes Act, the ecoPerch is a natural and stress-free addition to any campsite that wants to offer higher-tier facilities to their customers.

    The aesthetic and eco-friendly design of the ecoPerch means that it blends in seamlessly with natural surroundings, enhancing the appeal of any outdoor scene whilst retaining all the function and convenience of a modern dwelling.

    Blackberry Wood contacted Blue Forest after seeing the ecoPerch at The Grand Design Show in 2012. Its creative design fits right in with the other unusual glamping accommodation which can be found on the campsite.

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  • What To Do:

    Blackwood Farm is located in the middle of the South Downs National Park – which is perfect for cycling and walking routes. The Bluebell Steam Train railway is also nearby – this offers wonderful journeys through the countryside in a charming old fashioned steam train. Other local attractions include the infamous Drusillas Zoo and Fun Park, Brighton Sealife Centre, Ridgeview Vineyard and the Ditchling Museum of Arts and Crafts.

    How To Get There:

    Blackberry Wood is easily accessible from the M23. Plumpton train station is the closest station (about 30 mins bridleway walk). Hassocks station is 3 miles by road (or £10 Taxi fare) or Brighton mainline station (about 8 miles or £20 – £25 Taxi fare).

    Accommodation Capacity:

    The Curvy Cabin sleeps 4 people, with a double bed and bunk beds.

    Catering:

    There are a number of excellent country pubs and restaurants in the surrounding towns and villages. The Curvy Cabin has a kitchen as well as a fire pit/BBQ outside. There is a small shop on the campsite for food essentials.

    Bathroom Facilities:

    Shower and toilet facilities.

    Parking/Access:

    The campsite has amble on-site parking.

    Outside:

    The Curvy Cabin has lots of space outdoors with a BBQ/fire pit.

    Technology:

    Free Wi-Fi across the campsite.

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