3 (off peak)
Granary Cottages offer three delightful holiday homes, nestling amongst East Sussex countryside, close to Chiddingly, a delightful village famed for its festival.
The holiday cottages are located on Holdens Farm and positioned within the original old granary building. Whilst the cottages benefit from modern conveniences, they still retain the original charm and character of the old granary.
Wheat Cottage is featured within this advertisement and is an ideal self-catering retreat for couples offering flexible holiday accommodation with a bed that can be made up as a super-king or two singles. Available for short term lets or longer holidays, the owner's will help to ensure your visit is a comfortable one.
East Sussex has much to offer with something to suit visitors of all ages. The pretty local village of Chiddingly is just over a mile away where you will find the popular Six Bells pub and the famous Chiddingly Festival. The market town of Hailsham is just over six miles away and offers a good selection of small local shops along with a supermarket (Tesco). Every Wednesday morning, cattle markets are held in the town and Hailsham also offers easy access to the old railway line, the Cuckoo Trail, and plenty of good country walks and cycle rides.
The beautiful historic East Sussex town of Rye (one of the Cinque Ports) is within easy reach and well worth the journey with its medieval church, enchanting cobbled streets, antique shops and beautifully preserved historic houses. Eastbourne is also worthy of a visit, not only for its good selection of shops but also for its pier, famous carpet gardens and also Beachy Head for fantastic views. The cosmopolitan vibrant seaside town of Brighton has plenty to offer with its beautiful beaches, regular events, fabulous shopping, great attractions and excellent selection of eating establishments. Lewes (the County Town of Sussex), is a beautiful town, over-shadowed by its castle making a fantastic backdrop. With great small shops offering gifts and local produce and many unique architectural features, it is an interesting place to visit.
The local area also offers a good selection of attractions including: Glebe Field Riding School (just over a mile away) where you can have a riding lesson amongst sixty acres of private woodland; Blackberry Farm (just under four miles away) with approximately two hundred animals including lamas, ponies, deer and pigs to name just a few - with large outdoor and indoor play areas, tractor rides, animal handling and picnic areas; and Drusillas Park (just over eight miles) - widely recognised as the best small zoo in the country with a wonderful selection of wild animals in a stunning habitat, a Thomas the Tank Engine Railway, family restaurants and a children's adventure playground.
Katie Dent joined Independent Cottages in December 2010
Additional information: Prices include all bed linen, towels and heating. On-site parking for one car. Underfloor heating downstairs and there are radiators upstairs. Weekend and mid week short breaks are available. Strictly no smoking and unfortunately, no pets.
Star Rating: 4 Star
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| Sat, 23 Jul 2022 for 7 nights, £495