CROWHURST PARK HOLIDAY LODGE

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At the start of 2017 Tenderheart made a decision not to replace the Tenderheart Holiday Home and to take a new direction and opt for the use of a modern luxurious lodge; continuing to support families with sick children to enjoy a five star holiday in the beautiful sussex country side. It is situated at Crowhurst Park Holiday Centre near Battle, East Sussex offering a tranquil setting. The holiday home is heated, double glazed and can be used ten months of the year.

As we are a small charity that wants to continue Colleens good work in allowing families with sick children to enjoy a holiday in between hospital treatments, we are only able to accept referrals from the Royal Marsden Cancer Hospital, the Ellenor Foundation and other specific hospitals and organisations.

Tenderheart regrets that we are unable to accept individual request to use the service. Staff at Crowhurst Park where the holiday home is situated are unable to answer any questions relating to the charity and the services provided.

CROWHURST  PARK

The Crowhurst Park Lodges and Leisure Club is situated in beautiful parkland located between Hastings and Battle. Crowhurst park is a 5 star holiday village, within the park is a purpose built, state of the art Leisure Club with a magnificent eighteen metre heated indoor swimming pool with children’s paddling area. This facility is complemented by a fully equipped gymnasium, jacuzzi, steam room and sauna. Please play the video clip on this page for more information.

Indoor Pool
The eighteen metre heated indoor pool, graced by a luxury interior conducive to comfort and relaxation, is the central feature around which are situated the children’s paddling area, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi.

For The Kids
Children are an integral part of the whole Crowhurst Park experience and with more families deciding to spend their leisure time at Crowhurst Park, Crowhurst aim to offer facilities and events for all ages whilst, at the same time, retaining the park’s tranquil ambience for those seeking complete peace and relaxation. There are times set aside for children’s “splash hour” and similarly for adults to enjoy a swim without children in the pool.

Complimentary Swimming Tickets are provided for people using the Tenderheart Charity Holiday home. Additional classes and gym are not included in the holiday but you can purchase to use the additional services onsite, please speak to Crowhurst Park staff for prices and terms and conditions of use.

Games Room
A selection of games can be played within the manner house games room,  arcade games, table tennis and pool (Subject to availability & Crowhurst Park Terms and Conditions).
Bar & Restaurant
A huge range of branded spirits, lagers, ciders and real ale. There’s also great coffee on offer so you can treat yourself to a frothy cappuccino and in the winter months relax in front of the fireplace. You can always be assured of a warm welcome from  the friendly Crowhurst Park staff

The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day. A take away service is offered which is just the thing if you want to curl up in your cosy lodge with your meal.

For bus information, the staff at Crowhurst Park will be pleased to let you know local buses into Battle & Hastings.

Hastings  – 6 Miles (Approx.) 15 – 20 mins by car.
There is lots to do at Crowhurst Park but if you want to venture out you can visit the seaside town  Hastings for shops and the best fish and chips or the medieval town Battle to visit the Abbey.

If you want to venture out of the park there are many attractions in the seaside town of Hastings, the old town is where you can get fresh tasty fish and chips and the main part of Hastings has many well-known shops and a small shopping centre.

Battle  –  2.2 miles (Approx.)  9 mins by car
The medieval town of Battle:  The attractive town Battle gets it’s name from the Battle of Hastings, which was fought between Harold the Saxon King & William the Conqueror in 1066.  You will see the famous Battle Abbey,  the Grade I listed site is now operated by English Heritage as 1066 Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield, which includes the abbey buildings and ruins, a visitor centre with a film and exhibition about the battle, audio tours of the battlefield site, and the monks’ gatehouse with recovered artefacts. The visitor centre includes a children’s discovery room and a café, and there is an outdoor themed playground.  Even if you do not go inside the Abbey it is worth a look from the outside.

The town has two chemists and a doctors surgery and a selection of shops,   If you are after shopping it is worth a look but the more well known shops and food outlets can be found in Hastings. There is lots to do at Crowhurst Park but if you want to venture out you can visit the seaside town  Hastings for shops and the best fish and chips or the medieval town Battle to visit the Abbey.

1066 Country & More

There is plenty to do at Crowhurst Park, if you wish to explore 1066 Country here are some video clips about Battle, Hastings and surrounding area.

Tenderheart  would like to thank Colin Simmons (Managing Partner) and all the staff at Crowhurst Park for supporting the work of Tenderheart. As we are a small charity that wants to continue Colleen’s good work in allowing families with sick children to enjoy a holiday in between hospital treatments, we are only able to accept referrals from the Royal Marsden Cancer Hospital, Great Ormond Street the Ellenor Foundation and other specific hospitals and organisations. We get our referrals directly from the hospitals and specific organisations.

Tenderheart regrets that we are unable to accept individual request to use the service. Staff at Crowhurst Park where the holiday lodge is situated are unable to answer any questions relating to the charity and the services provided.  If you wish to stay at Crowhurst Park please visit www.crowhurstpark.co.uk. All Facilities at Crowhurst Park are subject to change and Crowhurst Terms and Conditions.