Beautiful 2 Bedroom Rural Retreat nestled within Extensive Gardens in the High Weald AONB
Dreaming of a cottage break where you can enjoy a tranquil break hidden away in a beautiful rural retreat? Picture-perfect Blackdown Cottage in Sussex is the stuff of dreams and a great place to stay for a magical and memorable cottage holiday. Waking up to this beautiful location is a real treat, enjoy staying nestled by trees and next to extensive gardens with woodlands, bluebell woods, streams and lakes in the High Weald of Sussex Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
With original features including open fires and exposed wood walls, this is a truly charming 2 bedroom holiday cottage which boasts beautiful countryside views. The beautiful interior is comfortable and good quality so you can really relax on a break here. Wi-Fi
internet access ensures you can keep connected should you wish to.
Take a look at the photos to get a feel for the quality of accommodation on offer at Blackdown Cottage. The lounge with its warming open fire and wide flat screen TV is a great place to take it easy, watch a film or read a book, the beautiful well equipped kitchen/diner is a joy to cook and eat in and there are two very comfortable bedrooms; one master bedroom with a king size bed and feature fireplace and one twin bedroom with two 3' wide single beds. The spacious family bathroom features a Bette bath, a shower cubicle with large shower head and WC. There is also a utility room which houses the washing machine and tumble dryer and a second loo.
Set within a country estate with extensive gardens, woodlands and lakes, you can enjoy exploring the beautiful gardens and grounds at your leisure on holiday here. All around is the stunning landscape of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, perfect for walking, cycling and wildlife watching in gorgeous countryside.
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Things to See and Do on Holiday at Blackdown Cottage
Visit fascinating National Trust properties nearby such as Chartwell (home to Winston Churchill), Knole House and Batemans (home to Rudyard Kipling) or discover some of the fascinating historical castles in the area such as Bodium Castle, Hever Castle or Leeds Castle. Other local attractions within an hour's drive include the Hop Farm Country Park, Drusilla's Park Zoo and the Kent and East Sussex Steam Railway. For shopping, eating out and bars, the elegant spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells is just half an hour's drive away.
30% deposit required and balance payable 8 weeks prior to arrival.
- Historical Property
- Built in around 1890, this property was formerly an Estate Manager's House on a large country estate.
Kitchen & Dining:
- Video or DVD
- Internet Access
- Washing Machine
- Tumble Dryer
- Type of Cooker: Electric hob and do
Electric hob and separate double oven
- Dining Table Seats: 4
- 1 Kingsize Bed(s)
- 2 Single Bed(s)
- Bed Linen Provided
- Power Shower
- Towels Provided
Garden and Outdoors:
- Central Heating
- Open Fire
- Wood Stove
- Garden: 35 acres of gardens, ancient woodlands and lakes.
- Countryside views across High Weald of Sussex
National Trust castles and gardens, Brighton and Hastings beach 40 minutes away
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Stonegate
Recommended Places to Visit: Tunbridge Wells spa town, Brighton. Hastings and London, Alfriston,Battle,Camber Sands,Bexhill
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Middle House at Mayfield ; The Ivy at Tunbridge Wells; Rose and Crown at Burwash;The Great House at Hawkhurst ; Pilio in Heathfield
Local Sports: Bird Watching,Fishing,Horse Riding in