Set in an unspoilt, countryside corner of East Sussex, near the prehistoric town of Battle, and with a cheerful feel inside, is Hop Cottage.
Rested on the edge of Robertsbridge, with walks from the doorstep, this bungalow occupies a spacious and well-equipped interior for a memorable holiday.
This is a cosy base for couples looking to explore High Weald AONB and the wonderful surrounding region, filled with seaside and market towns, followed by heritage sites and colourful coastline.
Inside this detached cottage is an open-plan living room with a heartwarming finish.
The sitting area enjoys a scenery-filled window complimenting a light and airy feel.
Enjoy meals at the dining area, cooked up from the well-appointed kitchen and then perhaps venture outside on a pleasant summers' evening.
The shared garden occupies a lovely patio area and a summer house.
Even make use of the barbecue and flame grill a couple of burgers, washing it down with a cold beer.
A farm shop is located about 500 yards up the private lane, selling everything from milk and bread to plant and books.
Robertsbridge town centre is just over a mile away, with railway links into London and shops, pubs and restaurants to satisfy your needs.
There are numerous walking trails filled with ancient woodlands and rolling hills, with the towns of Hastings and Royal Tunbridge Wells popular among tourists.
A wonderful base for those looking for a rural situation, close to shops and areas of historical interest.
About the location
Hastings 10 miles. Royal Tunbridge Wells 13 miles.
Sat on the banks of the River Rother, Robertsbridge is a charming village in rural East Sussex, lying in the parish of Salehurst and Robertsbridge. Steeped in history, the village was first established by a group of Cistercian monks from Boxley in Kent, who founded what would become the Abbey of Robertsbridge in the twelfth century. Although the Abbey no longer exists, over the consequent years the village has prospered and is now a pleasing mix of Tudor, Georgian and Victorian architecture, offering a number of shops, pubs and even a railway station with travel links to London and the town of Hastings. The village lies in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a historical landscape filled with ancient woodlands, rolling hills, thriving gill streams and sandstone outcrops, interwoven with numerous medieval walking trails. There are plenty of places to visit near Robertsbridge. The towns of Hastings and Royal Tunbridge Wells are popular destinations for shoppers and culture buffs with a number of boutique and independent shops as well as museums and galleries. Hastings 10 miles. Royal Tunbridge Wells 13 miles.