This lovingly decorated cottage boasts stunning interiors throughout and is located perfectly for couples wanting to head out and explore the abundance of historic towns, all just a short distance away.
Renowned for the famed 1066 Battle of Hastings that took place in its very own landscapes, Battle is a truly intriguing town brimming with history and charm. Being home to a great number of restaurants, shops and tea rooms as well makes Battle a fantastic holiday destination. Keen walkers and four-legged friends can also take advantage of the numerous beautiful gardens and National trust grounds which surround the village. This central location places visitors perfectly for also visiting Rye, Hastings, Bexhill and numerous other wonderful locations including Pashley Manor House.
A small pebble courtyard brings you to a charming original stable door. Beautifully decorated throughout, the vaulted ceiling and original beams create a striking view upon entering. The open plan lounge/dining space greets you with its bright and airy interior, a great place to relax on the comfortable sofa whilst watching films on the 26” flat screen SmartTV with Freeview. The dining table and two chairs close by makes for a delightful social environment in which to enjoy home-cooked meals which have been whipped up in the bespoke, well-equipped kitchenette. This spacious area boasts a two ring electric hob, fridge, combination microwave, toaster, sink and washing machine. Retreat after a long day to the master bedroom which features a super king-size bed with sumptuous cotton bed linen, comfy pillows and cosy throws perfect for snuggling up in. In this room there are also bedside tables, lights, a large wardrobe, dressing table, mirror and hair dryer. The shower room also on this floor has a walk in power shower, WC, basin, heated towel rail and mirror.
Large French doors lead onto a charming private garden area complete with a bistro table, umbrella and chairs, the perfect spot for unwinding after a long day exploring and enjoying a meal al fresco in the pretty surroundings. There is also an opportunity to bring up to two horses when you stay at the property. There is hard standing for a horsebox, a shed in which to store hay etc. and the adjacent field has ample shade.