- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Hurstpierpoint 1 mile. These two beautiful semi-detached stable conversions are located within the owner's grounds on a non-working farm in 60 acres of woodland near Wolstonbury Hill, one mile from the village of Hurstpierpoint in the South Downs National Park. These two Hurstpierpoint cottages have been furnished in a contemporary style and offer comfortable seating to allow guests the chance to settle down and relax after a day exploring the numerous walks and cycleways that are on offer from the doorstep. Outside these Hurstpierpoint cottages is a shared large enclosed lawned garden, so why not have a spot of lunch before heading out to enjoy all that Sussex has to offer? You may wish to do this in style as the owner runs a classic car hire business. The village of Hurstpierpoint has shops and pubs and hosts the annual St Lawrence Fair, plus the vibrant city of Brighton with its many restaurants, promenade, shopping in The Lanes and Royal Pavillion is well worth a visit. There are a number of attractions and activities that can be enjoyed nearby including the National Trust-owned Wakehurst Place and Devil's Dyke, the Bluebell Railway and historic Lewes with its golf and birdwatching. Also, you can be in London in less than an hour if travelling by train. These Sussex cottages are an ideal place for two people at any time of the year.
This delightful semi-detached Hurstpierpoint cottage offers accommodation for two people and has an attractive twin bedroom, which boasts wonderful views over Wolstonbury Hill.
With a ground floor shower room and an open plan living area, this Hurstpierpoint cottage is an ideal base for visiting the whole of Sussex.
Note: This property is next to Ref.
25401, together they sleep 4.
One twin bedroom. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Shared external utility.
Electric radiators. Electric combination oven/microwave, electric 2-ring hob, fridge, shared use of washing machine and tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Shared use of enclosed front lawned garden with patio, furniture and BBQ. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 1 mile. Note: Open tread stairs. Note: Sloping ceiling in bedroom. Note: Babes-in-arms only. Note: The owner has two rescue ponies on site. Note: Some road noise may be experienced when outside the cottage, dependent on wind direction.
- “Delightful property in idyllic position. Small but cosy and well provisioned. Charming and welcoming hosts. We had a magical week.”
- “The owners went out of their way to be helpful and welcoming. Everything was catered for including little items that you wouldn't expect when going self catering. A lovely cake, a couple of small bottles of wine, biscuits, tea/coffee milk etc. Our stay was a delight. Lovely countryside, wonderful accommodation and great weather.”
About the location
Brighton 9 miles; Lewes 11 miles.
Hurstpierpoint is a pretty village nestled on the edge of the South Downs National Park, close to the city of Brighton in Sussex. The village comes alive on the first Saturday in July, when it hosts the St Lawrance Fair, which offers a procession of floats with different themes each year, traditional events, such as tug-of-war and a family fun run, as well as fairground rides and a hog roast on the village green. Within a 10 minute drive, or via a ten minute train ride from Hassocks station you can be in the cosmopolitan city of Brighton, from where you can take a stroll along the promenade, or sip coffee as you gaze over the marina with its magnificent boats as they sail in and out. Alternatively, dine alfresco at one of the many bistros or restaurants, indulge in some shopping, or take in a theatre production. For those who are interested in history, Lewes is only a short drive away. Famous for its royal and Tudor connections, this pretty town with its tea rooms and antique shops is a popular place to visit at any time of year. The South Down's Way is on the doorstep, ideal for ramblers and birdwatchers, plus Hickstead, home to British Showjumping and Glyndbourne, famous for its open air concerts are within driving distance, or you may wish to enjoy a round or two at one of the golf courses nearby. Hurstpierpoint has all that you can need for a stay in Sussex.