Stunning period conversion, originally part of the Wesleyan Chapel dating from 1887, and located in the historic town of Battle. With so much history on your doorstep you will have plenty to see and do.
Whether you’re looking for fascinating British history or an abundance of walking, hiking and cycling routes – the Sussex town of Battle has got it all. This charming period property has been lovingly modernised to provide comfortable and stylish accommodation, ideally suited to a small family or group of four friends. After enjoying the many offerings of the High Weald AONB, look forward to an evening in filled with good food and exciting entertainment.
Step into this 19th-century cottage to find a contemporary property with modern architecture and stylish decor. Make a beeline for the open-plan living space, where kitchen, dining room and lounge can be found in one sociable spot. Kids (and big kids at heart) will enjoy playing with the games console whilst parents cook, joining the family for a satisfying dinner in the spacious dining area. Guests of all ages will appreciate the 105” projector screen and home cinema after dinner, sitting down to enjoy a family favourite film together. Alternatively, in better weather be sure to make use of the delightful outdoor space, unwinding with a Nespresso coffee on the patio to enjoy the morning sun or an al fresco glass of wine on an evening.
Keen cyclists will be pleased to find a lockable bike shed to the rear of the property, perfect for exploring the local area on two wheels. Discover miles of surrounding footpaths that surround you in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty or take a trip to the beautiful bluebell strewn Darwell Wood (4.5 miles) for a relaxing stroll. Those looking for less strenuous outdoor activity will enjoy close proximity to Beauport Park Golf Course (2 miles), whilst a trip to the beach can be enjoyed in nearby Hastings (6 miles). Staying closer to home, the historic town of Battle (0.5 miles) offers plenty of historic attractions along with independent eateries and local pubs.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.