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A traditional Oast House
Al fresco dining is a must
Rattan table and chairs
Lounge
Decorated beautifully
Contemporary artwork fills the walls
Finishing touches
Original wooden beams
A comfortable home from home
Time to relax in luxury
Downstairs bathroom
Dining room with oval table
A warm welcome awaits
Modern kitchen
Well equipped
Enjoy the courtyard
Downstairs king-size bedroom
Located in the Oast roundel
Double bedroom
Double bedroom with en-suite
En-suite bathroom
Finishing touches
Shower
Al fresco dining
BBQ for summer days
The garden room
Relax in comfort
Savour the views
Access to the property
1 / 29  A traditional Oast House
2 / 29  Al fresco dining is a must
3 / 29  Rattan table and chairs
4 / 29  Lounge
5 / 29  Decorated beautifully
6 / 29  Contemporary artwork fills the walls
7 / 29  Finishing touches
8 / 29  Original wooden beams
9 / 29  A comfortable home from home
10 / 29  Time to relax in luxury
11 / 29  Downstairs bathroom
12 / 29  Dining room with oval table
13 / 29  A warm welcome awaits
14 / 29  Modern kitchen
15 / 29  Well equipped
16 / 29  Enjoy the courtyard
17 / 29  Downstairs king-size bedroom
18 / 29  Located in the Oast roundel
19 / 29  Double bedroom
20 / 29  Double bedroom with en-suite
21 / 29  En-suite bathroom
22 / 29  Finishing touches
23 / 29  Shower
24 / 29  Al fresco dining
25 / 29  BBQ for summer days
26 / 29  The garden room
27 / 29  Relax in comfort
28 / 29  Savour the views
29 / 29  Access to the property

Silverhill Oast

Hurst Green, Sussex
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
No Dogs
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Family friendly
Oast house
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Beautifully converted oast house with stunning blend of old and new
  • Vaulted ceiling in the lounge with exposed ceiling trusses
  • Cool contemporary interior
  • Stylish and sleek kitchen, perfect for entertaining
  • Garden room for enjoying the spectacular view all year round
  • Courtyard area for summer BBQs
Property code: BT076

This beautifully converted Kent-style oast house is packed full of contemporary style but with tasteful use of brickwork exposure and beams throughout, creating a stunning blend of old and new looks.

This traditional Sussex oast house is situated on the outskirts of the rural village of Hurst Green. This small village has a shop which is situated in a converted church, so you can buy the newspapers and morning milk. As the property is situated in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there are many pretty villages nearby and some interesting historic properties nearby. The National Trust property of Batemans, which was once home to Rudyard Kipling, and where he wrote The Jungle Book is within a ten minute drive of the property, as is the imposing castle at Bodiam.

The front door of the property opens straight into the stunning lounge with its high ceilings and exposed beams. Here you will find two comfortable sofas, a beautiful Ottoman sideboard and a vintage armoire. There is a TV with DVD player, which comes with a range of DVDs. Leading off from the lounge, is the dining room, with its feature wall and table seating eight. A small corridor leading off from the other end of the lounge leads to the kitchen, with its two distinct areas. The cooking area has the electric oven, hob, microwave, fridge and freezer, whilst the second area is where you will find the washing machine, dishwasher and sink. Doors off from the kitchen lead out to the courtyard garden, with table and chairs. There is one bedroom on the ground floor, which is located in the oast’s roundel. There is a zip-and-link king-size bed, which can be made up as two singles should you prefer, and a TV. There is also a bathroom on this floor, with shower over bath. Stairs from the lounge lead to a mezzanine floor, with desk and work area, overlooking the lounge. To the first floor, you will find the master bedroom suite, a true sanctuary with king-size bed, its own TV and stunning en-suite which is located in the roundel and features a bath with handheld shower and a further separate shower with glass gates.

The property’s gardens are beautiful and feature a lovely garden room with sofa and chairs with views over the surrounding countryside. Close to here is an established wild garden and then there is a courtyard area to the front of the property with table, chairs and a BBQ.

Please note there is a refundable £500 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • Two bedrooms: One king-size bed which can be made into two twin beds on request, one double with en-suite
  • One family bathroom, one en-suite
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, Fridge, freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
  • Electric and heating included
  • Off-street parking
  • Wi-Fi available
  • Regret no smoking
  • Regret no pets
  • Three TVs
  • BBQ and garden furniture
  • Can be booked with Ingram House next door

This property is personally managed by Julie.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 12 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.8
Overall equipment
4.8
Overall comfort
4.8
Overall location
3.5

Reviewed by Sarah 22nd November 2018

We had a fantastic long weekend stay in the Oust house, it was equipped with everything you could ask for. The only downside is the noisy road, but we were aware of this when we booked. We didn't find it a major issue and once in the house didn't notice it too much. We would certainly recommend this property.

Reviewed by Alan 14th September 2018

A well kitted out and tastefully furnished property with fantastic views across the Weald. The round bathroom, in the converted past house, certainly has a wow factor. The only down side is the A21, you take your life in your hands every time you drive out of the property and there is the constant noise of the traffic.

Reviewed by Phillip 17th August 2018

A very nice property indeed. Well furnished, well equipped, beautiful gardens, stunning views, very interesting architecturally, close proximity to interesting villages & Bodium Castle. The only drawback is the proximity to the busy A21. Not only was there traffic noise 24/7 (although muted in the house) but leaving the driveway was a fraught experRead moreience even with the assistance of the mirror opposite. Hide

Reviewed by Adrian 3rd August 2018

Beautifully restored property - equipped to a high standard. Wonderful views from the garden. Private gated entrance. Downside is the noise from the main A12, & the risky exit from the driveway.

Reviewed by Lee 27th July 2018

Amazing property with large garden and lovely views, also well located. Probably the best we have stayed at!

Reviewed by Jacqueline 20th July 2018

Nice views from the garden. The A21 is a big downside though, very noisy day and Night.

Reviewed by Edward 13th July 2018

A very well planned and executed oasthouse conversion with particularly sumptuous bathrooms. We enjoyed the range of different places to sit outside to enjoy the lovely garden and the view across the Downs. Despite the helpful mirror across the road from the entrance the speed of traffic and the blind corner makes driving out a hazardous experienceRead more. Hide

Reviewed by Alan 25th June 2018

Beautifully refurbished property with a lot of thought given to the guests comfort. It was immaculate, very well equipped and lovely to come back to at the end of the day.

Reviewed by Pete 8th June 2018

The Oast itself is all one could wish for as a holiday retreat. The one big drawback is its location on a very noisy main road and the exit from the property is on a blind bend where traffic approaches at about 50mph so you take your life in your hands (Literally) every time you pull out.

Reviewed by Fraser 11th May 2018

The property is a nice conversion from its original use. Pleasant and comfortable, also well equipped with everything you will need. The garden is also interesting and a lovely place to be with nice views over the Sussex Weald. We had a very pleasant stay. All in all well worth the money.

Reviewed by Nicola 6th April 2018

I have stayed in two other Oasts and this one surpassed them all. A beautifully decorated and thoughtful design made staying here easy and comfortable but also luxurious. The view of the countryside from the garden are amazing as is the garden and garden room. The upstairs bathroom has a wow factor and the kitchen had everything you needed for a seRead morelf catering holiday. My daughters and I loved our holiday here and would certainly return. Hide

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A traditional Oast House
Al fresco dining is a must
Rattan table and chairs
Lounge
Decorated beautifully
Contemporary artwork fills the walls
Finishing touches
Original wooden beams
A comfortable home from home
Time to relax in luxury
Downstairs bathroom
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Location

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