Eastbourne Road, Pevensey Bay, East Sussex, BN24 6DP
01323 762 402 or 07939 044669
Grey Tower Caravan Park is located beside the sea at Pevensey Bay and boasts an old Martello Tower at its centre.
With only 73 static caravan pitches, 10 seasonal tourer pitches, and no club, the Park is very popular with people looking for quiet enjoyment of their seaside holiday homes for a very reasonable annual rent.
Pevensey is a small historic town with an ancient castle, 5 miles from Eastbourne and Beachy Head. The park is also close to lovely East Sussex countryside and the start of the South Downs Way.
We also offer tourer and motorhome storage, bicycle storage, a few boat berths on the beach, and a beach hut.
The Park Manager lives on site all year, to assist you in the summer and look after your holiday home in the winter. Well behaved dogs are permitted.
Caravans For Sale
We sell new and used static caravans which can be used for holidays between 1st March and 31st October, and the 2023 annual rent starts from £2,994.
Seasonal Tourer Pitches
We have ten seasonal pitches with electric hookups available for motorhomes or tourers. The season runs from 1st March to 31st October.
|Full Season (Mar to Oct)||£2,148|
|Winter Storage (Nov to Feb)||£279|
Seasonal fees are payable in advance. VAT is included in price. Electricity is metered and invoiced separately. Dogs are allowed if properly controlled on a lead at all times.
It is the caravan owner’s responsibility to arrange insurance cover at all times. Proof of insurance must be provided when leaving vans for seasonal use.
We offer summer and winter storage for motorhomes and tourers.
|Summer Storage - 1 Apr to 30 Sep||£354|
|Winter Storage - 1 Oct to 31 Mar||£354|
|Winter Storage - 1 Nov to 28 Feb (for Seasonal customers)||£279|
We have a few berths available on the beach for small boats, which can be rented by caravan owners for £165 per season.
We have one beach hut on the sea front which is available to hire from 1st March to 31st October for £2,100 (including VAT) for the 2023 season. This is a new unit, with a kitchen, toilet, running water and electricity and french doors opening directly on to the beach. More information is available here
Grey Tower is located on the beach at Pevensey Bay, in East Sussex.
Things To Do
Grey Tower caravan park is located on the coast between Eastbourne and Hastings, and there is lots to do in the area.
Towns – Pevensey is a small historic town with Roman origins and an ancient castle. Eastbourne is a Victorian seaside resort with a functioning pier.
Stately Homes & Gardens – Pevensey Castle, Herstmonceux Castle, Bodium Castle, Camber Castle, Lewes Castle, Firle Place, Bateman’s House, Michelham Priory.
Museums – Pevensey Court House Museum & Gaol, Bexhill Museum, Filching Manor Motor Museum, Eastbourne Heritage Center, Eastbourne Redoubt Fortress, Eastbourne Lifeboat Museum, and the Observatory Science Centre at Hailsham.
Nature – Pevensey Marshes Nature Reserve (good for birdwatching), Birling Gap, Beachy Head, Seven Sisters Country Park, Hastings Country Park, Seaford Head Nature Reserve, Arlington Reservoir Nature Reserve, Lullington Heath, Castle Hill Nature Reserve, the Long Man of Wilmington.
Entertainment – The nearst cinema is located within 2 miles at the Sovereign Harbour Retail Centre (northern Europe’s largest composite marina complex). Additional cinemas are located in Eastbourne and Hastings. There are theatres in Eastbourne and Hastings.
Eating & Drinking – There are restaurants at Sovereign Harbour and Eastbourne.
Activities – Eastbourne is the gateway to the South Downs National Park which contains 3,300km of footpaths and bridleways. The Seven Sisters Country Park has 280 hectares of chalk cliffs and open chalk grassland and offers walking and cycling, as well as canoeing and paddle boarding in the meandering river valley. You can play golf at Bay View (adjacent to the park), and Lottbridge. Horse riding at the Polegate Equestrian Centre and the Meadows Equestrian Centre. Swimming on the beach at the park. Indoor swimming at the Sovereign Centre. Sea fishing on the beach at the park. Go-Carting at Filching Manor.