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24th January 2018

Jaybelle Grange Lodges

South of England » Sussex » Littlehampton
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Adults 18+
Children 2 - 17
Infants under 2

This small cluster of contemporary lodges occupy an idyllic countryside setting on the edge of picturesque Littlehampton. Right on the doorstep is a beautiful blue flag beach which is ideal for exploring rock pools with the children and building sandcastles. The pretty harbour and stunning riverside development of trendy bars and cafés are also on hand offering something for everyone.

At Jaybelle Grange Lodges you can enjoy a relaxing family break or romantic retreat and savour the experience of your very own outdoor hot tub - perfect any time of the year.  The   region also has many family friendly attractions including castles and parks.

All of the lodges were brand new in 2009 and are modern and contemporary with flat screen TVs and dishwashers as well as private outdoor hot tubs. The Willow and Oak Lodges both sleep 4 and are ideal for couples or small families. The larger Beech Lodge sleeps up to 6 people and has a large family bathroom.

Accommodation features
  • A choice of two and three bedroom contemporary lodges.
  • Outdoor hot tub (in Oak Lodge and Beech Lodge only)
  • Flat screen TV/DVD
  • Kitchen including microwave, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer
  • Hairdryer
  • Bath and shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Verandah with furniture
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Babies must be included in party total
  • Cots £15pw or short break each
  • Highchairs £10pw each
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • No pets
  • All non smoking accommodation

Accommodation at Jaybelle Grange Lodges


Beech Lodge

Lodge with one double with ensuite shower, one twin and one with bunks. Bathroom. Outdoor hot tub.


Oak Lodge

Lodge with one double with ensuite shower and one twin. Bathroom. Outdoor hot tub.

Jaybelle Grange Lodges Reviews

F Oakes
We stayed here in May and were very impressesd with the lodges they are immaculate and very modern. The park has no facilities on it itself but the pub/restaurant is right next door with a farm shop just along the road and a stony beach nearby. They were also in the process of still building the lodges but at our time of staying this did not affect us at all. The hot tub was lovely and even though we experienced a fair bit of rain you can still use it and it was very relaxing and enjoyable. I would recommend this park particularly if you prefer things to be a bit quieter.
Angela, Local
Date of stay: 23rd December 2017
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
enjoyable peaceful place
Emma, Tadworth
Date of stay: 3rd November 2017
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
Lovely lodge just a shame about the intrusiveness of the owners
Denise, Sunbury
Date of stay: 27th October 2017
Accommodation type: Oak Lodge
We will visit again next year.
Joy, Rochester
Date of stay: 6th October 2017
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
Happy with the location, with lots of places to visit.
C, Kent
Date of stay: 6th October 2017
Accommodation type: Elm Lodge
The park setting is lovely
Yvonne, Exeter
Date of stay: 30th September 2017
Accommodation type: Elm Lodge
This park was very good, quiet and small, suited us perfectly. Paul who greeted us on arrival was friendly and very helpful. Lodge extremely clean, well equipped and maintained. The site is neat and well cared for. We stayed in an Elm Lodge No12, without a hot tub. Area nice, South Downs, several National Trust places, great stay, will return.We were given some park rules on arrival as mentioned in other reviews but nothing unreasonable for this quiet site.
Deborah, Chelmsford
Date of stay: 30th September 2017
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
Lovely clean lodges nice kept site. Standard of lodges are excellent.
Lynn, Plymouth. Devon
Date of stay: 22nd September 2017
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
Everything was good excent inadequate hot tub as previously mentioned.
Lyn, Whitton
Date of stay: 15th September 2017
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
Its nice to go to a place that is of such high standard and well thought of to provide your little home comforts
Kieran, Coventry
Date of stay: 2nd September 2017
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
Excellent holiday for family with teenagers.
Upon arrival to the site we were extremely impressed, it is so well maintained and well kept with not a thing out of place. We checked in with ease and completed the necessary paperwork and were handed the keys to our lodge. We stayed in lodge number 2 which is an oak lodge with an outdoor hot tub. Every lodge has its own block paved parking area which is particularly handy for the winter months. The lodge was immaculately clean inside and fully equipped with everything you could possibly need, it looks exactly like the pictures on the website! They had even put up a christmas tree which i thought was such a lovely touch. The master bedroom has double bed with bedside tables complete with lamps eitherside and a clock radio....the first place iv ever stayed with one as i personally hate not knowing the time when i wake up. There is a dressing table with drawer space and mirror with a hair dryer. It has a large wardrobe and shelving unit so plenty of room to unpack. There is also an ensuite shower room. The main bathroom consists of a bath (no overbath shower) which isnt an issue for a family. One thing we forgot to tell them is that the lock didnt work on the bathroom door but maybe they will read this! In the hallway by the front door is a washer drier, ironing board, hoover etc. Also coat hooks on the wall which is useful in the winter. The twin bedroom had a bedside table between the beds with a lamp and also a large wardrobe so again plenty of storage. The living area was very cosy with reclining sofa, wall mounted tv, plasma fire and coffee table. Behind the sofa is a dining table with doors opening onto the veranda. Finally the kitchen is very well equipped, it has a fridge and seperate freezer, dishwasher (tablets included) oven amd hob, every size pan and oven dishes that you could need along with every utensil you could think of. There were a selection of different size glasses and plenty of cutlery and crockery. They provide tea towels, washing up liquid, sponge and cloth. I had taken all of this with us after previous experience of self catering accommodation but didnt need to. Also all bed linen and towels were provided too. Everything you need is supplied! The lodge has its own decked veranda with outdoor furniture and the hot tub.....the reason that we booked! We spent many hours in it over the 4 days and it was so relaxing. We had a slight hiccup with it on the first day whereby we had pressed too many buttons and it stopped heating. I went to speak with Paul the warden who came straight over and reset it. We had discovered a button sequence that had put it to sleep.....just our luck! You only need to press the jet button as everything else is preset, just a little tip so noone else makes the same mistake we did. One improvement that could be made is to make the area around the hot tub abit more private/secluded as you can see the entire site meaning that everyone can also see you.....being close to the entrance we had people walking past having a nose when you are laying there trying to relax in your bathers. Our daughter loved the hot tub too and couldnt wait to get back in as soon as she got up in the morning! There is a pub called the oystercatcher just outside the site (you go through their carpark to enter the site) so was a minute walk. We went for a meal and a couple of drinks on new years eve which was really nice and reasonably priced. There is a large tesco about a 5 minute car ride away. All in all, the lodge was beautiful, exactly as the pictures on their website, immaculately clean and fully equipped complete with lovely hot tub. We will definately return and highly recommend it!!
lovely clean lodge welcome break
We had a great weekend. Our only negative was that it was close to the road.
Great stay. Great location. 10 mins drive, 30 min walk from beach and town.
We have stayed here many times in the past. My only criticism is that the lodges nearest the road have the nuisance of the noise of the traffic and this does seem to have increased over the years. I think I have said this in the past but I think the park would benefit by having a small park for children and even more wonderful would be a swimming pool with a café.
First class accommodation at reasonable cost and very friendly helpful staff
Lodges comfortable, clean and spacious. Staff extremely pleasant and helpful. The only thing that lets it down is the closeness of the busy road.
So relaxing and just what we needed.
A little maintenance required on lodge
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Fun Days Out near Jaybelle Grange Lodges

Harbour Park - about 2 Miles
Harbour Park in West Sussex is an excellent choice for a family day trip whether you live close by or are on holiday in the region. The park is suitable in all weathers with outdoor attractions including a Roller Coaster, a panning for gold area, water chute and adventure golf. Indoors visitors can enjoy a soft play area and amusement arcade as well as a cafe.
Arundel Wetlands Centre - about 4 Miles
Arundel Wetlands Centre in West Sussex offers families the chance to enjoy a fun packed and educational day out while also getting close to nature. This centre is home to many species of wildfowl and different species can be seen at different times of the year as they migrate to and from their breeding grounds. The centre also has many year round residents some of whom are quite tame and can be fed by hand. During school holidays and at weekends in the summer, the centre holds activity days where children can enjoy educational talks, pond dipping and crafting sessions. Free boat trips are also on offer.
Petworth House and Park - about 12 Miles
This National Trust Property is based in Petworth, West Sussex and makes a fantastic day out especially on warm summer days.  The impressive 17th Century mansion is at the heart of the attraction and there is 700 acres of parkland to explore.  Highlights of this attraction apart from the stunning grounds and mansion are the National Trust's largest painting and sculpture collection and year round horticultural interest in the Pleasure Ground.
Blue Reef Aquarium - about 22 Miles
Blue Reef Aquarium is an award winning attraction which takes visitors on an under water journey through the British Isles, the Mediterranean to a stunning Coral Reef. The centre has over 40 different displays with everything from Sharks to Stingrays there to see. A walk through the amazing underwater tunnel is the real highlight with hundreds of colourful fish to spot. Another favourite attraction is the adorable family of Otters who have a fantastic outdoor enclosure with breathtaking sea views. A recent addition to the site is the Blue Reef Beach Club & Splash Play - A wet play zone for children which is a big hit in the summer.