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The Hayloft-UKC2489

BATTLE, East Sussex

Sleeps 2    Pets Allowed

Price from £388.00-£778     Ref hoscukc2489

The Hayloft-UKC2489
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In the heart of 1066 country, set within 32 acres of farmland with corn fed pigs and sheep, you can stroll the plethora of footpaths and enjoy the beautiful Sussex countryside. Explore the historic sites the county has to offer, including the magnificent Battle Abbey, which was the subject of a famous Turner painting, and the battlefield where one of the best known events in English history occurred, and a reenactment takes place every October. Battle is an attractive market town with many restaurants tea shops, galleries and a train station which provides good connections to London for further sightseeing opportunities. A short drive takes you to the cosmopolitan seaside town of Hastings, where you can visit the ruins of Hastings castle, once home to William the Conqueror, and see the quirky buildings and iconic net huts found along The Stade. Don’t miss The Jerwood Gallery, showcasing the best of contemporary British art. The Blue Reef Aquarium, Smugglers Adventure, fish and chips and a stroll along the pier will create some great memories! The area also produces excellent award winning wines, and you can go wine tasting at Sedlescombe, Chapel Down and Carr Taylor Vineyards. Camber offers miles of golden sand dunes and the opportunity to try kite surfing and kite boarding. Good pubs, fishing and golf are all close by. Shop and restaurant 2 miles, pub 1½ miles.These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 8 people.

Facilities

Open Fire / Woodburner• Barbecue • Dishwasher • Ground floor facilities • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Golf nearby • Highchair • Internet Broadband • Close to Beach • Rural • Woodburning Stove • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Cot Available • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Working Farm • Working Farm options • Fishing nearby • Pet Acceptance • Theme Rural Cottages • Theme Breaks for Couples • Home Brand • Popular Tourist Destinations • Open Plan • Accessible Cottages • Accessible – Ground Floor Wet Room • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Shower Cubicle • 4 nights for 3 •

Poacher's View-UKC2488

BATTLE, East Sussex

Sleeps 4    Pets Allowed

Price from £504.00-£1085     Ref hoscukc2488

Poacher's View-UKC2488
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In the heart of 1066 country, set within 32 acres of farmland with corn fed pigs and sheep, you can stroll the plethora of footpaths and enjoy the beautiful Sussex countryside. Explore the historic sites the county has to offer, including the magnificent Battle Abbey, which was the subject of a famous Turner painting, and the battlefield where one of the best known events in English history occurred, and a reenactment takes place every October. Battle is an attractive market town with many restaurants tea shops, galleries and a train station which provides good connections to London for further sightseeing opportunities. A short drive takes you to the cosmopolitan seaside town of Hastings, where you can visit the ruins of Hastings castle, once home to William the Conqueror, and see the quirky buildings and iconic net huts found along The Stade. Don’t miss The Jerwood Gallery, showcasing the best of contemporary British art. The Blue Reef Aquarium, Smugglers Adventure, fish and chips and a stroll along the pier will create some great memories! The area also produces excellent award winning wines, and you can go wine tasting at Sedlescombe, Chapel Down and Carr Taylor Vineyards. Camber offers miles of golden sand dunes and the opportunity to try kite surfing and kite boarding. Good pubs, fishing and golf are all close by. Shop and restaurant 2 miles, pub 1½ miles.These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 8 people.

Facilities

Open Fire / Woodburner• Barbecue • Dishwasher • Ground floor facilities • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Golf nearby • Highchair • Internet Broadband • Close to Beach • Rural • Woodburning Stove • Internet Connection • Linen • Cot Available • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Working Farm • Working Farm options • Fishing nearby • Pet Acceptance • Theme Rural Cottages • Theme Breaks for Couples • Home Brand • Popular Tourist Destinations • Open Plan • Accessible Cottages • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Shower Cubicle • 4 nights for 3 •

The Old Dairy

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Sleeps 2    Pets Allowed

Price from £334.00-£715     Ref hosc26238

The Old Dairy
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In the heart of 1066 country, set within 32 acres of farmland with corn fed pigs and sheep, you can stroll the plethora of footpaths and enjoy the beautiful Sussex countryside. Explore the historic sites the county has to offer, including the magnificent Battle Abbey, which was the subject of a famous Turner painting, and the battlefield where one of the best known events in English history occurred, and a reenactment takes place every October. Battle is an attractive market town with many restaurants tea shops, galleries and a train station which provides good connections to London for further sightseeing opportunities. A short drive takes you to the cosmopolitan seaside town of Hastings, where you can visit the ruins of Hastings castle, once home to William the Conqueror, and see the quirky buildings and iconic net huts found along The Stade. Don’t miss The Jerwood Gallery, showcasing the best of contemporary British art. The Blue Reef Aquarium, Smugglers Adventure, fish and chips and a stroll along the pier will create some great memories! The area also produces excellent award winning wines, and you can go wine tasting at Sedlescombe, Chapel Down and Carr Taylor Vineyards. Camber offers miles of golden sand dunes and the opportunity to try kite surfing and kite boarding. Good pubs, fishing and golf are all close by. Shop and restaurant 2 miles, pub 1½ miles.These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 8 people.

Facilities

Open Fire / Woodburner• Barbecue • Car Parking Available • Detached Property • DVD player • Dishwasher • Ground floor facilities • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Internet Broadband • Romantic Getaways • Rural • Woodburning Stove • Internet Connection • Linen • Car Parking Available • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Working Farm • Working Farm options • Pet Acceptance • Theme Breaks for Couples • Home Brand • Popular Tourist Destinations • Open Plan • Accessible Cottages • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Home From Home • 4 nights for 3 •

Petit Knowle

Cuckfield, West Sussex

Sleeps 2    No Pets

Price from £414.00-£755     Ref hoscukc2003

Petit Knowle
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Knowle Lodge is nestled on the southern slopes of the Weald, close to Haywards Heath, on the edge of one of the prettiest villages in Sussex, Cuckfield, which dates back to the 13th century and lies between the beautiful South Downs and Ashdown Forest. It was here that the first known fossil of the dinosaur Iguanodon was discovered and the interesting museum, which is located in Queen’s Hall, can give further information. The Studio (ref UKC1599) and Petit Knowle (ref UKC2003) make an excellent base from which to discover the local gardens including Borde Hill, Nymans, Wakehurst Place and Sheffield Park and Gardens. Go wine tasting and experience the world-class wines that Sussex produces at Ridgeview Estate, Bluebell Vineyard and Wiston Estate. Step back in time with a trip on the Bluebell steam railway, take a picnic and enjoy the opera at Glyndebourne, visit an antiques fair at Ardingly, or try your luck with the horses at Hickstead. After a busy day, Ockenden Manor Spa is a beautiful Elizabethan manor house where you can enjoy a relaxing evening. Gatwick airport is just 20 minutes drive away and there are good train connections to London from Haywards Heath, 3 miles away. Beach 16 miles. Shop 400 yards, pub and restaurant 200 yards.These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 4 guests.

Facilities

Barbecue• Cycle Store • Detached Property • DVD player • Ground floor facilities • Garden / Patio • Golf nearby • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Fishing nearby • Theme Breaks for Couples • Pet Acceptance • Home Brand • Popular Tourist Destinations • Open Plan • Accessible Cottages • Accessible – Ground Floor Wet Room • Accessible – Walk In Shower/Bath • Accessible – Entrance Ramp/Level Access • Accessible – Grab Rails • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Customer Choice • Shower Cubicle • Customer Choice 2018 • Home From Home • 4 nights for 3 •

The Studio

Cuckfield, Sussex

Sleeps 2    No Pets

Price from £388.00-£705     Ref hoscukc1599

The Studio
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Knowle Lodge is nestled on the southern slopes of the Weald, close to Haywards Heath, on the edge of one of the prettiest villages in Sussex, Cuckfield, which dates back to the 13th century and lies between the beautiful South Downs and Ashdown Forest. It was here that the first known fossil of the dinosaur Iguanodon was discovered and the interesting museum, which is located in Queen’s Hall, can give further information. The Studio (ref UKC1599) and Petit Knowle (ref UKC2003) make an excellent base from which to discover the local gardens including Borde Hill, Nymans, Wakehurst Place and Sheffield Park and Gardens. Go wine tasting and experience the world-class wines that Sussex produces at Ridgeview Estate, Bluebell Vineyard and Wiston Estate. Step back in time with a trip on the Bluebell steam railway, take a picnic and enjoy the opera at Glyndebourne, visit an antiques fair at Ardingly, or try your luck with the horses at Hickstead. After a busy day, Ockenden Manor Spa is a beautiful Elizabethan manor house where you can enjoy a relaxing evening. Gatwick airport is just 20 minutes drive away and there are good train connections to London from Haywards Heath, 3 miles away. Beach 16 miles. Shop 400 yards, pub and restaurant 200 yards.These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 4 guests.

Facilities

Barbecue• DVD player • Garden / Patio • Golf nearby • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Fishing nearby • Theme Breaks for Couples • Pet Acceptance • Home Brand • Popular Tourist Destinations • All Ensuite • Open Plan • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Home From Home • 4 nights for 3 •

Polhills

Polegate, East Sussex

Sleeps 6    Pets Allowed

Price from £568.00-£1388     Ref hoscukc1351

Polhills
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Residing just a few yards from the water’s edge and close to the South Downs National Park, this beautiful oak-beamed farmhouse, where parts date back to the 18th century, comprises two self-contained holiday cottages. The house originally resided on the side of a hill, overlooking a meander in the Cuckmere River. Polhills is the perfect rural escape for families and couples alike, providing ample room for guests to relax and unwind, or head out and explore this extensive location.Guests can spot over 170 species of birds including herons, kingfishers, woodpeckers, reed warblers and even ospreys form the bird hides. It is also a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and is ideal for wildlife and walking enthusiasts, as there is a path that circles the reservoir. It is also a haven for keen fishermen, as it provides some of the best trout fishing in the south east. Permits can be purchased at the fishing lodge close by.Cyclists can enjoy Cycle Route 2, which joins with Route 21, the Cuckoo Trail. Drusillas Zoo, Beachy Head, Charleston Farm House, Glyndbourne, Michelham Priory and the delightful village of Alfriston are all close by and well worth a visit. There is a station within easy reach providing good transport links to London for further sightseeing opportunities. Beach 7 miles. Shop 1½ miles, two dog friendly pubs 1 mile.Polhills (UKC1351) and Polhills Cottage (UKC1352) can be booked together to accommodate up to 10 guests.

Facilities

Open Fire / Woodburner• Barbecue • DVD player • Dishwasher • Garden / Patio • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Close to Beach • Rural • Woodburning Stove • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Fishing nearby • Pet Acceptance • Theme Rural Cottages • Home Brand • Accessible Cottages • Accessible – Walk In Shower/Bath • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Parking for 3+ cars • Customer Choice • Customer Choice 2018 • Waterside Breaks Type • Waterside Breaks • Home From Home • 4 nights for 3 •

Polhills Cottage

Polegate, East Sussex

Sleeps 4    Pets Allowed

Price from £448.00-£1038     Ref hoscukc1352

Polhills Cottage
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Residing just a few yards from the water’s edge and close to the South Downs National Park, this beautiful oak-beamed farmhouse, where parts date back to the 18th century, comprises two self-contained holiday cottages. The house originally resided on the side of a hill, overlooking a meander in the Cuckmere River. Polhills is the perfect rural escape for families and couples alike, providing ample room for guests to relax and unwind, or head out and explore this extensive location.Guests can spot over 170 species of birds including herons, kingfishers, woodpeckers, reed warblers and even ospreys form the bird hides. It is also a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and is ideal for wildlife and walking enthusiasts, as there is a path that circles the reservoir. It is also a haven for keen fishermen, as it provides some of the best trout fishing in the south east. Permits can be purchased at the fishing lodge close by.Cyclists can enjoy Cycle Route 2, which joins with Route 21, the Cuckoo Trail. Drusillas Zoo, Beachy Head, Charleston Farm House, Glyndbourne, Michelham Priory and the delightful village of Alfriston are all close by and well worth a visit. There is a station within easy reach providing good transport links to London for further sightseeing opportunities. Beach 7 miles. Shop 1½ miles, two dog friendly pubs 1 mile.Polhills (UKC1351) and Polhills Cottage (UKC1352) can be booked together to accommodate up to 10 guests.

Facilities

Open Fire / Woodburner• Barbecue • DVD player • Garden / Patio • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Close to Beach • Open Fire • Rural • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Fishing nearby • Pet Acceptance • Newly listed property • Theme Rural Cottages • Theme Breaks for Couples • Home Brand • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Customer Choice • Customer Choice 2018 • Waterside Breaks Type • Waterside Breaks • Home From Home • 4 nights for 3 •

The Dairy

Chichester, West Sussex

Sleeps 4    Pets Allowed

Price from £634.00-£1389     Ref hoscukc1236

The Dairy
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These two stylishly converted, single-storey detached barns, standing adjacent, have been thoughtfully and tastefully designed in a neutral and Scandinavian manner. Vaulted ceilings and sleek fixtures and fittings make these properties feel light and airy, and the oak floors and doors give it a warm and welcoming feel.Set in the courtyard of a classic, thatched farmhouse on a working sheep farm, the properties are easily accessed from the parking area. Guests are free to wander the secured fields that surround them as well as utilise the open space beyond their own private patios. There’s plenty of space for a game of croquet on the lawn!These properties are ideally located less than 10 minutes’ drive between the historic city of Chichester and the National Trust beach at West Wittering with its beautiful sand dunes and vast expanse of sands at low tide. Chichester is home to the cathedral, the Pallant Gallery and the Festival Theatre, known for its highly acclaimed productions, and for your convenience, there is a regular bus service from almost outside the farm entrance.Goodwood, set in the South Downs, famous for its motorsport events and racing meets, as well as a beautiful golf course, is only about 15 minutes’ drive away.Guests can hire a boat or take a fishing trip on board the foot ferry across to picturesque Bosham. East Wittering has hire shops for water sports equipment including paddle boards and canoes. There are walks and cycle paths along the coast, or into Chichester along the canal along with great dog walks and rambles in the South Downs with many pubs and inns on the way.Pagham Nature Reserve is known for good birdwatching, as are the marshes and reed beds along the coast (binoculars supplied). The farm backs on to the marina with a restaurant, and there are a number of pubs and restaurants within a short drive as well as the facilities in Chichester.Nearby, famous stately homes can be found including Uppark with an excellent museum portraying its restoration after a devasting fire; the impressive Petworth House, set in a pretty town full of antique shops; and Arundel, dominated by its medieval castle. Closer to home is Fishborne Roman Palace and the Novium Museum in Chichester, with excavations and Roman artefacts.The South Downs is also the setting for the Weald and Open Air Museum which is home to a number of historic buildings and gardens, mostly medieval. West Dean has the most interesting gardens especially the walled vegetable garden. Portsmouth is 20 minutes away with its historic shipyard, museums, waterside dining and retail outlet shopping. Beach 4 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant ½ mile. The cottages can be booked together to accommodate up to 8 guests.

Facilities

Cycle Store• Detached Property • DVD player • Dishwasher • Ground floor facilities • Garden / Patio • Golf nearby • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Close to Beach • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Luxury • Linen Available • Linen options • Working Farm • Working Farm options • Fishing nearby • Pet Acceptance • Coastal • Theme Breaks for Couples • Home Brand • Coastal within 5 miles • Accessible Cottages • Accessible – Walk In Shower/Bath • Accessible – Entrance Ramp/Level Access • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Shower Cubicle • Barn conversion • ECC • 4 nights for 3 •

The Stables

Chichester, West Sussex

Sleeps 4    Pets Allowed

Price from £634.00-£1389     Ref hoscukc1235

The Stables
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These two stylishly converted, single-storey detached barns, standing adjacent, have been thoughtfully and tastefully designed in a neutral and Scandinavian manner. Vaulted ceilings and sleek fixtures and fittings make these properties feel light and airy, and the oak floors and doors give it a warm and welcoming feel.Set in the courtyard of a classic, thatched farmhouse on a working sheep farm, the properties are easily accessed from the parking area. Guests are free to wander the secured fields that surround them as well as utilise the open space beyond their own private patios. There’s plenty of space for a game of croquet on the lawn!These properties are ideally located less than 10 minutes’ drive between the historic city of Chichester and the National Trust beach at West Wittering with its beautiful sand dunes and vast expanse of sands at low tide. Chichester is home to the cathedral, the Pallant Gallery and the Festival Theatre, known for its highly acclaimed productions, and for your convenience, there is a regular bus service from almost outside the farm entrance.Goodwood, set in the South Downs, famous for its motorsport events and racing meets, as well as a beautiful golf course, is only about 15 minutes’ drive away.Guests can hire a boat or take a fishing trip on board the foot ferry across to picturesque Bosham. East Wittering has hire shops for water sports equipment including paddle boards and canoes. There are walks and cycle paths along the coast, or into Chichester along the canal along with great dog walks and rambles in the South Downs with many pubs and inns on the way.Pagham Nature Reserve is known for good birdwatching, as are the marshes and reed beds along the coast (binoculars supplied). The farm backs on to the marina with a restaurant, and there are a number of pubs and restaurants within a short drive as well as the facilities in Chichester.Nearby, famous stately homes can be found including Uppark with an excellent museum portraying its restoration after a devasting fire; the impressive Petworth House, set in a pretty town full of antique shops; and Arundel, dominated by its medieval castle. Closer to home is Fishborne Roman Palace and the Novium Museum in Chichester, with excavations and Roman artefacts.The South Downs is also the setting for the Weald and Open Air Museum which is home to a number of historic buildings and gardens, mostly medieval. West Dean has the most interesting gardens especially the walled vegetable garden. Portsmouth is 20 minutes away with its historic shipyard, museums, waterside dining and retail outlet shopping. Beach 4 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant ½ mile. The cottages can be booked together to accommodate up to 8 guests.

Facilities

Barbecue• Cycle Store • Detached Property • DVD player • Dishwasher • Ground floor facilities • Garden / Patio • Golf nearby • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Close to Beach • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Luxury • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Working Farm • Working Farm options • Fishing nearby • Pet Acceptance • Coastal • Theme Breaks for Couples • Home Brand • Coastal within 5 miles • Accessible Cottages • Accessible – Walk In Shower/Bath • Accessible – Entrance Ramp/Level Access • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Shower Cubicle • Barn conversion • Celebration Houses • ECC • 4 nights for 3 •

Tawny Owls

Newhaven, East Sussex

Sleeps 4    Pets Allowed

Price from £538.00-£23038     Ref hoscukc955

Tawny Owls
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Nestled down a rough track, Barn Owls Holiday Cottages are situated in a beautiful old flint walled barn, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, at the foot of the South Downs National Park. Adjacent to the owners home and accessed via a rough track, the barn has been converted into three self-catering holiday cottages of differing sizes, all retaining some of their original beams, which add to their charm and character.The cottages are set in an ideal base for exploring the South Coast and its glorious surrounding countryside. For walkers, there are many footpaths to discover, including the South Downs Way. There is a good bus service at the end of the drive, with access to a railway station and also the cross channel ferry from Newhaven to Dieppe.The beautiful village of Seaford is situated close by, with the beach in walking distance, meaning you leave your car behind and enjoy a picnic on the beach with your loved ones. A 30 minute drive will take you to the sunshine coast of Eastbourne, with its pier, theatre and flower decked promenade. The historic town of Lewes, home to Lewes Castle and Harvey’s Brewery, where visitors are welcome to visit, is a must, and a great day out. In the opposite direction is Brighton, where guests can take a trip on the British Airways i360 vertical cable car, or stroll “The Lanes” and find a bargain. Alfriston , Glyndbourne and Drusillas Zoo Park also make for great days out, and are situated within easy driving distance. Beach ½ mile. Shop, pub and restaurant 1½ miles.Barn Owls (ref UKC953), Snowy Owls (ref UKC954) and Tawny Owls (ref UKC955) can be booked together to accommodate up to 8 guests.

Facilities

Cycle Store• DVD player • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Golf nearby • Highchair • Internet Broadband • Close to Beach • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Cot Available • Popular Tourist Destinations • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Fishing nearby • Pet Acceptance • Coastal • Theme Breaks for Couples • Home Brand • Coastal within 1 mile • Coastal within 3 miles • Coastal within 5 miles • Open Plan • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Barn conversion • 4 nights for 3 •