Resting on the charming Red House Farm smallholding is this attached farm building, just a couple of miles from Rushlake Green and within the High Weald AONB.
Red House Cottage comes engulfed by stunning countryside and is within easy reach of the superb tourist spots along the south coast, making it the perfect stay for couples, friends and families alike.
As you enter the cottage, find yourself in a well-presented sitting room, featuring a TV and excellent surround sound system, and offering an optional sofa bed for extra guests.
Adjacent to this is a bright and airy kitchen/diner, the dining area is joined by an attractive feature fireplace to bring a real homely feel, while the kitchen offers a useful range of fixtures and fittings to make the most of.
A family bathroom can also be found on this floor, touched with sumptuous greys and offering a shower over the bath.
Climb the nearby stairs to reach a tasteful first floor, where you will come across a king-size and a twin bedroom, both of which exude peace and comfort.
A handy WC is close at hand for your convenience.
Relish in this soothing, rural location by taking a seat on the delightful enclosed garden, set with a BBQ for a delicious summertime feast.
Lovers of scenery, walking and cycling will adore this East Sussex location, abounding in picturesque paths and trails to indulge in.
The High Weald AONB also plays host to a wealth of superb spots to visit, including Heathfield and Royal Tunbridge Wells, both of which offer much to see and do.
The beautiful south coast is also easy to reach, spend a day at the beach by visiting Bexhill, Hastings or Eastbourne.
A stunning holiday home in an excellent location.
About the location
Heathfield 4 miles; Tunbridge Wells 15 miles; Lewes 17 miles; Eastbourne 13 miles; Brighton 26 miles.
Surrounded by Sussex countryside and nestled within the glorious High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the small village of Rushlake Green is ideally situated for walking, cycling and birdwatching. The village has a friendly local shop and several pubs nearby serving delicious food, all within easy driving distance. Nearby, the small market town of Heathfield offers a selection of shops and eateries, and is home to an annual agricultural show in May, and a French/English market day in August. Visit Battle Abbey, the site of the Battle of Hastings in 1066, or the castles at Bodiam, Pevensey and Sissinghurst, with its beautiful garden maintained by the National Trust. Explore Ashdown Forest, walk the South Downs, or visit the many National Trust properties and gardens close by providing fabulous days out. Nearby, discover Bateman’s, Rudyard Kipling’s former home, Charleston, and the Glyndebourne Opera House. Browse for antiques in Lewes, or venture to the coast at Brighton and see the Royal Pavillion, or visit Eastbourne, Hastings and Rye. With so much to see and do in the surrounding area, Rushlake Green is a wonderful, peaceful base for a country break.