Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
**Eastbourne International Air show nearby 15 to 18th of August 2019**
** Art Gallery & Craft show Pashley Manor in August 2019**
** Pets Welcome **
SPECIAL PRICED SHORT BREAKS
LAMBS,DEER,BLUEBELLS AND ANCIENT BUILDINGS ALL NEAR
Tourist Board Class 3 Rating
TRANQUIL VERY PRETTY AREA NEAR TO THE COAST AND SOUTH DOWNS
Detached converted Lodge located in peaceful, picturesque rural countryside and woodland, with many walks. The Lodge is sited on' No Through Road' with no passing traffic. Good local Pub with food. Lots of attractions for children.
Many events, AIR SHOWS, GARDENS, FETES CASTLES,GLYNDEBOURNE AND MORE all local.
The Lodge is comfortably furnished with accommodation comprising of a double bedroom and single bed in the large lounge; An entrance hall leading into a lounge/living area with panoramic views. There is an office area off the entrance porch. A shower room with toilet and hand basin; well equipped kitchen with washing machine.
Outside there is also a PRIVATE SECURE well fenced garden and a sunny breakfast area. There is also ample off-road parking.
The Lodge is located at the centre of a network of footpaths and bridleways that cross the local forests and farmland with its abundant wildlife, BIRDWATCHING IS MAGNIFICENT HERE!, wonderful scenery and features including the “follies” built by “Mad Jack” Fuller in the 1800s.
Within a short travelling distance there are many places to visit:- 3 miles away is Batemans House Rudyard Kipling's home, author of the Jungle Book, Rudyard Kipling. Several castles are within easy reach amongst them being, Pevensey Castle, Herstmonceux Castle and Bodiam Castle, whilst several renowned gardens are nearby, including Great Dixter and Sissinghurst Castle. There are ANTIQUE FURNITURE SALES IN BATTLE AND HEATHFIELD.
In the nearby town of BATTLE the ABBEY marks the site of the battle in 1066 when William of Normandy defeated Harold to become King of England. The Abbey holds events throughout the year celebrating its historic connections. A number of agricultural shows, crafts fairs and other local events occur throughout the year and can provide an interesting distraction.
Glyndebourne Music Festival is on throughout the summer and is very near.
The coast is also within easy reach with large sandy beaches at Normans Bay and, slightly further afield at Camber Sands on Romney Marsh and the charming old port of Rye. Rye Harbour Nature reserve is also a popular attraction for birdwatchers visiting the area. Lambs and Deer abundant in the area.
There is much good fishing nearby. Bewl Water and Powdermill Reservoir and others. Good Trout and Bass fishing. Eastbourne Marina very near.
Cats and Dogs are safe and happy here. There are many good safe walks and cyclists are abundant here for good rides.
The local railway provides a link to London, with a journey time of just over an hour.
Pets Welcome £25 per pet per week
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