Concierge Camping Bosham

Concierge Camping, Ratham Estate.

This brand new (in 2015) 15 pitch site is part of the Ratham Estate just outside of Bosham in East Sussex and is ideally placed for the local attractions offered by nearby Arundel, Chichester, Goodwood and Portsmouth as well as the beautiful South Downs.
We were privileged to arrive just one day after the site opened and although some of the grass is yet to show through it doesn’t take much imagination to see how stunning the site will become once all of the new planting takes hold and becomes established.
We were greeted by Guy and Tracey both with beaming smiles keen to show us their creation and the fruits of their hard work.

Consierge Camping

The 15 pitches are arranged around a circular gravel drive way with a remote controlled entrance and exit barrier adjacent to the newly built site office and camp shop. Each pitch is of gravel hard standing, two sizes are available, and each has it’s own utilities post offering mains electric, fresh water, TV and Satellite connections. Bordered by grass on three sides with hedges planted to provide privacy screens between the adjacent pitches form a nice outlook from any window in your unit.
The brand new shower and toilet block with disabled access is as you would expect, spotless but here like everywhere else on this site it is the attention to detail that shines through. The block contains the showers and toilets along with a washing up and a laundry area and the chemical waste disposal point. The quality of the facilities offered in the ablutions are more akin to what you would expect in a branded hotel chain, with touch controlled taps and dispensers for soap, hand conditioner and shower gel.
The site is a kilometre or twenty minute walk from Bosham train station with access to all of the South Coast destinations, we used the train to go to Chichester, two adult off peak return for £5.80, and had a pleasant day shopping and sight seeing along with a good old pub lunch. On our return we had a quick look at what was nearby Bosham station and were pleased to see a small supermarket, an off licence, for the essential bottle of wine with the camp supper, also a fish and chip shop and an Indian restaurant.
There is some road noise from the nearby A27 but this is more noticeable during the day and you soon tune it out, at night there was little noise other than that of Mother nature which abounds all around.