Tick Tock Cottage is a pleasing ground floor cottage in the much-loved village of Robertsbridge in East Sussex.
The property provides a comfortable base from which guests can discover Robertsbridge and the surrounding towns of Hastings and Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Approaching the cottage, you will find an outdoor patio area at its entrance, upon stepping into the property you will find yourself in a pleasant sitting area, complete with cosy chairs, a TV and dining facilities.
The modern kitchen leads through to the double bedroom with accompanying en-suite shower room.
The room is neutrally decorated and offers an ideal place to relax after a busy day hiking or hitting the shops.
A pair of French doors lead out from the bedroom onto an furnished patio area, surrounded by a wall for privacy.
The village of Robertbridge offers a number of charming shops, as well as several pubs serving delicious home cooked meals.
The nearby towns of Hastings and Royal Tunbridge Wells boast a variety of unique shops and boutiques, as well as a interesting selection of galleries, museums and heritage attractions.
Robertsbridge is located within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a medieval landscape boasting a variety of fascinating walking trails.
Tick Tock Cottage is an ideal getaway for a couple looking to explore all the relaxing county of East Sussex has to offer.
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.