Check in and Check out
Check in days are Mondays and Fridays.
Check in time is 4pm.
An early check in at 2pm can be arranged for £25 by contacting us.
Check out time is 10am.
A late check out of 12 midday can be arranged for £25 by contacting us.
Reception closes at 6pm on check in day.
Please contact us on 01273 036851 to arrange a late check in if you will be arriving after 6pm.
If you are leaving outside of reception times please leave your keys in the key box
on the reception building wall.
Room Set Up
All of our bedrooms can be made up as either a Super-King Double or a Twin Room.
The rooms will be made up as a Super-King Double as standard.
Please contact us if you would like either room making up as a Twin Room.
Our lodges have been designed by us from scratch with our guests' experience in mind every step of the way. We have worked closely with Boutique Modern based down the road from us in Newhaven, who specialise in designing and building volumetric modular buildings to deliver Phase One of our Luxury Lodges.
Phase one has seen us build seven two bedroom lodges each with a large central living space,
two super-king bedrooms both with ensuite bathrooms and a secluded private deck, hot tub and BBQ.
Every lodge has been designed and placed in the park with privacy in mind and our sloping roofs and large panoramic windows ensure that our guests can make the most of the wonderful view without ever feeling overlooked.
We are hoping to design and build Phase Two of Swanborough Lakes in the near future and our belief is that this phase will consist of five Luxury one bed lodges for the ultimate romantic experience!
Watch this space or keep up to date with us on facebook or instagram for more details.
Behind our lodges is Iford and Swanborough Hill, which contains some really important chalk grassland, a nationally threatened habitat that has evolved over many centuries to contain many hundreds of species of plants and flowers.
The farm covers an area of about 3000 acres, and our small team of dedicated staff can be seen out and about looking after our crops and animals most days. We are always very happy to answer any questions you might have about the farm and whats going on, and if you fancy it we have devised a number of walking routes which you can find in reception, that will allow you to experience some of the best bits.
It might not appear like it, but
we are first and foremost farmers.
The farm was established in 1895 when the Robinson family bought Iford Farm, and they have owned it ever since. The farmyard is situated in nearby Iford. We currently grow crops like wheat and barley, and also have a herd of beef cattle. During the summer months you can see some of these cattle grazing on the fields below the park.
We are really proud of the environment we have helped create. The area directly in front of our lodges is known as the Lewes Brooks, and is an important wetland habitat for many different types of birds, as well as the rare Lewes snail which is only found in the ditches in this area.