A two-acre camping site in the South Eastern corner of Worth Abbey Estate set within woodlands. 

“Camping for softies” and an economic holiday in the countryside for large families, parish groups, special needs or friends. Scouts and Guides use the campsite frequently (N.B. Bermondsey Huts is an approved campsite with Girlguiding UK)

Thanks to the generosity and volunteer efforts of just a few people, the Bermondsey Huts have been cleaned, refurbished and painted. So come and enjoy this wonderful resource now. Up to 10 can sleep on mattresses in the small hut; up to eighty can camp on the two acres of grass and woodland. Water, drainage, gas, kitchen, two showers, seven WCs, rain-proof Day Room and solar-powered lighting are all available.

In accordance with the great respect for created things in the famous Rule of St Benedict (480-540), the monks of Worth like to share and make available to others the estate on which they live. Since the 1930's the monks have made the "Bermondsey Huts" available to groups of people, particularly children, who would benefit from a cheap holiday in the countryside. They were originally for parishes in South London, but now for any group that has a reasonable need, particularly people with learning difficulties and the physically challenged.

Many groups, companies, families and individuals have contributed time and material to the development and maintenance of the Huts for those who use them. Users are asked to respect their generosity and play their own part in the project by taking extra special care of the Huts and their fixtures and fittings and, perhaps, contributing to them for the benefit of other users.

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