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“Parking a bit of an issue to load and unload car as cottage entrance is on a busy road.”
However this would not put us off staying again. The cottage was cute and comfortable and great value for money. We had a lovely time.
However this would not put us off staying again. The cottage was cute and comfortable and great value for money. We had a lovely time. Liz and Chris
“My daughter and I were looking for a little retreat for a few days and found it here.”
Just what we were looking for. So cosy and warm.
“Tiny but very well planned accommodation.”
Very steep, narrow tread stairs the only drawback and bedrooms on different levels with two more steps between. Ideal for two people but more would be a squeeze. Long garden well kept. It has all that’s needed.
“This is a wonderful cottage, cosy and quirky and obviously lovingly restored by the owners.”
There is a cottage style garden to the front and rear. Great location with so much to do nearby. The living room is a lovely family space, really cosy in the evenings with the log burner fully functioning and ready to go. I found the kitchen really well equipped and loved using the range cooker . Upstairs there is a newly appointed bathroom which we were the first guests to use and the bedrooms are just lovely loads of original features , beams, low ceilings and doorways etc our son wanted to say that his bed was amazingly comfortable and he liked the nautical theme, books and treasure chest in his bedroom!
“The stairs are not only steep but the front edges are very worn.”
I took a tumble on them. The bedding and linen was good and clean and not over fragrances. Well appreciated. But the cottage could do with being cleaner.
“It's a very cozy and quiet cottage.”
The kitchen is perfect. The garden is really cute. There were a few hiccups though. The woodburner had not been clean. Also note that a woodburner starter kit is not provided. We arrived on Saturday night and the local supermarket was closed until Monday so unfortunately we couldn't use it until then, which was a shame. We were also provided also one toilet paper roll so consider bring some with you! I think they forgot to add the bottom sheet to our bed. The mattress cover looked clean so we use that. If I would add a suggestion, I would encourage the owner to check the batteries for the lampshades and fairy lights (quite a few didn't work), add napkins or kitchen paper and add some more light sources in the living room. We couldn't open the out-building where we supposedly were provided with a washing machine.
“The cottage is lovely and quaint.”
It has lots of character. And Is a great base for a holiday. You do need to drive everywhere to find shops, a town, a pub etc. The cottage itself could have been a little bit cleaner. There was dead wood lice around the floor. And very dusty in places. Not new dust. But dust you could see had been there a whole. I was aware that the owners of the cottage lived away and maybe unaware of this. Saying that it didn’t stop us enjoying our holiday or the cottage. Thanks
“Everything worked so exceeded our expectations of an English country cottage.”
Even the WiFi & Prime on TV worked which was a bonus not sure about mobile phone signal. Fantastic location for Rye, National Trust properties,Great Dixter (A must) Charleston (Bloomsbury Set). Abundance of walks some from front door the Rye OS map very useful. Winchelsea was great location for a circular walk partly on 1066 Way with blinding lunch at Queens Head Icklesham - good find. Parking safe over the road. Had the efficient log burner going a couple of nights so very cosy. Great gas cooker range with some essentials which is a benefit to save dashes to shops for salt, sugar etc. The Tuscan Restaurant Rye superb experience for a special meal out. Kino Rye cinema shows all latest films and lovely theatre. OK, not suitable for someone not mobile or young children as step tight stairs and a couple of low doors. Lashings of hot water for bath or showers and button does work for emersion just no light comes on. Nice back garden for summer visits.
Quiet and peaceful, perfect to relax with partner or family.
This beautiful, quaint terraced cottage sits in a quiet corner of Beckley village near Rye.
Oozing with charm and character, this lovely cottage is ideal for those wishing to explore the Sussex and Kent countryside, as well as enjoying the sandy beaches of Camber only a few miles away.
The homely sitting room in this delightful cottage has beamed ceilings, an original stone floor and an inviting woodburner set in a feature brick fireplace, perfect for cosy nights in, making this an ideal choice for a romantic getaway.
After a long day out exploring why not bring back a takeaway, lay the table, open a bottle of wine or two and let the warmth of the fire do the rest!
Of course if preparing delicious dinners is all part of the fun while on your vacation, then the country-style kitchen will have you leaping for joy with the large range and assortment of cookware, there are even two fridges letting you create gastronomic delights.
Steep stairs lead up to the two bedrooms, a smaller double on the first floor with the bathroom next door and the larger master bedroom up a few more stairs.
Both bedrooms have been furnished with a nautical theme in mind, reflecting on how close this cottage is to the coast, while still being in one of the prettiest parts of rural Sussex.
Just outside the door of your lovely holiday home are dozens of footpaths to explore, taking you through fields and woodland, which makes cycling around this landscape also very popular.
Only a short drive and you can be climbing onto a steam train at Tenterden station with its 10 miles of track, where the train will gently transport you to Bodiam and you can alight and explore the moated 14th century Bodiam castle, now a National Trust property.
Castles are prevalent in this part of the country, so you can visit a different castle every day of the week, if the fancy takes you!
Walks and wildlife, castles and steam trains, beaches and leafy lanes, a holiday at this quaint, quirky cottage offers something for everyone at any time of year.
- Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x 4' double (accessed from one side only)
- Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
- External utility
- Sitting room with fold-out dining table (seats 2) and woodburning stove
- Electric storage heaters with woodburning stove
- Range cooker with twin electric oven and 5-ring gas hob, fridge, dishwasher
- Fridge/freezer and washer/dryer in utility
- TV with Freeview, WiFi, selection of books
- Fuel and power inc. in rent, fuel for fire available to purchase locally
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Unrestricted roadside parking available in next road approximately 30 yards away
- Lawned gardens with patio
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop and pub 2 miles
- Note: There are 2 steps up between the kitchen and sitting room, and a further 3 steps up from the landing to one of the double bedrooms
- Note: The doorway to the standard double bedroom and bathroom are low, please take care
- Note: Due to the period of this cottage the stairs are very steep, with a rope banister, and the floors are uneven in places, not suitable for those with limited mobility
About the location
Rye 6.5 miles; Camber Sands 10 miles; Hastings 11.5 miles.
The village of Beckley, dating back to the 1700s, sits in the Sussex countryside, and has enjoyed a varied past, including heavy involvement with ironworks and forestry. Beckley remains a quintessential English village with local shops, churches and a village hall staging events throughout the year, with race nights, craft fairs and even an amateur theatre group all taking their turn. Popular for its beautiful woodland and their numerous walks, the River Rother also runs close by and is great for a summer stroll or a picnic on the riverbank. The surrounding area is alive with popular places to visit; the medieval town of Rye boasts historic houses, cobbled streets with tea rooms and antiques shops, battlements and boats, and perched at the top of the hill looking down on all below, Rye Castle, built in 1249. A short drive from Rye and you’d be forgiven for thinking you’d arrived on foreign shores; Camber Sands, with its wonderful sand dunes, has been the location for many films sets, due to its beautiful golden beach and shallow sea waters. Tenterden has a steam railway complete with restored station, waiting rooms and cafe, where you can board a train and journey back in time. But, at the end of a busy day Beckley Woods will call you back with its leaves rustling on the trees allowing you to relax and unwind with just the sound of birdsong on the breeze.
Note: No children under 12 years allowed.
This property offers the following short breaks:
- Last minute
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