View over lake at Chase Farm Glamping in West Sussex

Chase Farm Glamping offers guests a combination of charm and comfort while being a convenient base from which to explore the local attractions.

Rest and relax in comfort and luxury in the beautiful rural setting of Chase Farm. 

Whether you are looking for a rural getaway in a country cottage, a traditional glamping experience in “The Look Out” Shepherd’s Hut, or an iconic break in our vintage “Classic” American Airstream, Chase Farm Glamping is the ideal choice. 

For your comfort and convenience, our glamping units are fully equipped. The units are connected to mains water and electricity, with high-speed broadband/WiFi and digital TVs. Guests can enjoy the creature comforts of fully functioning kitchens and bathrooms with regular flushing loos, and access to Netflix and Amazon (subscription not included). 

Chase Farm Glamping Airstream bedroom at night
Indulge your senses. The American Airstream’s sumptuous king-size bed is pure comfort with style and opulence.
Full Length interior of "The Look Out" Shepherd's Hut - Chase Farm Glamping
“The Look Out” (sleeps 2)
Christmas in the Airstream at Chase Farm Glamping open plan lounge-kitchen-diner
American Airstream (sleeps 2)
Chase Farm Glamping cottage kitchen/ diner with table down
Country Cottage (sleeps 4 + cot)
Canada Geese by the lake at Chase Farm Glamping

Canada Geese by the lake at Chase Farm Glamping


Chase Farm is a working farm located in Southwater where the Edwards family have been residents since 1955. 

Originally a dairy farm, the land is now grassland. Depending on the time of year, you might have sheep grazing nearby or witness the exciting hay harvest in action! You will also have the opportunity to see and hear the local wildlife in the fields from your accommodation; from roe deer, pheasants and foxes to buzzards, tawny and barn owls.

Southwater village developed in the 19th century when the brickworks opened in 1891 to take advantage of the vast Sussex clay reserves. It closed in 1981. These red engineering bricks were especially strong and were used worldwide for bridges, infrastructure and housing, including Chase Farm.

Chase Farm dairy herd 1950s
Chase Farm dairy herd feeding on hay in the yard in the 1950s
Chase Farm dairy herd 1950s

Located within 40 miles of central London and 25 miles from the M25, Chase Farm is within easy reach by car or train.

There are plenty of sporting, social and “foodie” events taking place throughout the year, plus a wide selection of historic houses, castles and gardens to visit. You can spend the evenings sampling one of the many excellent local eateries or cooking a feast under the stars on your own private fire pit BBQ. We look forward to hosting you soon!

Old Style at Chase Farm Glamping
Chase Farm Glamping - panoramic views of the Sussex countryside from the Shepherd's Hut
Beautiful panoramic views over fields, woodlands and beautiful sunsets from "The Look Out" Shepherd's Hut
Chase Farm Glamping Country Cottage in West Sussex BBQ Fire Pit
The Country Cottage garden has a fire pit that overlooks the fields and gets the afternoon and evening sunshine
Patio views over the Sussex Countryside from the Airstream - Chase Farm Glamping
The Airstream patio benefits from a fire pit BBQ overlooking the rolling Sussex countryside
Chase Farm Glamping Illuminated Airstream Terrace at Sunset
Illuminated Airstream Terrace at Sunset