Tillingham View has been lovingly converted from an old mill and rests amid the luscious countryside of the High Weald AONB in East Sussex, close to the pretty port of Rye.
The refreshing décor and wealth of superb outdoor opportunities in the area make this cosy getaway equally ideal for a relaxing countryside retreat or an adventure-packed outdoor break with your loved one.
After exploring the wondrous High Weald countryside, kick your boots off in the porch and enter into this heart-warming accommodation for a snug night in.
The living/dining room is the perfectly enticing spot to do this, with the wooden features bringing a real homely feel.
The layout also benefits from an alluring woodburning stove, a TV and a romantic dining table set for two.
Downstairs, you will also find a glistening and bright shower room, as well as a well-equipped and stylish kitchen adding a modern touch.
At the end of the day, retire to the mezzanine level, which plays host to a comforting double bed and displays the most marvellous rural views to wake up to; two snug armchairs allow you to sit with your morning coffee and take it all in.
To fully appreciate the views of Tillingham, wander out onto the serene garden and pick from the lawn, patio and decking to kick back and fully unwind while your four-legged friend runs and plays.
Attractive Rye is just a few miles away; its pretty streets are lined with a fine range of amenities along with attractions such as a museum and Lamb House.
On the outskirts of the town you will find its quaint harbour and golf course.
You can enjoy a break of any kind amid this fine region, walk or cycle through the beautiful High Weald AONB, or perhaps explore the fabulous coastline which hosts popular spots such as Hastings, Camber and Folkestone.
Enjoy that well-deserved break away from everyday life at this unique, countryside retreat.
About the location
Camber 5 miles; Hastings 12 miles; Battle 16 miles.
Rye is a 13th century cinque port in East Sussex, host to the River Rother, Romney Marshes and a history dating back before the Norman Conquest. A cobbled town offering an excellent array of unusual shops, antique emporiums, galleries selling local artist paintings and pottery, Rye also has a delightful range of tea rooms, restaurants, pubs and historic inns. There is also a weekly general market on Thursdays, as well as a farmers’ market every Wednesday morning. The town played host to BBC film crews for nine weeks in the summer of 2014, while filming of the TV series Mapp and Lucia took place, which has now been made into a DVD. All coastal scenes were filmed in nearby Camber Sands and bits of filming also took place in Hastings and the Tenterden Town railway station. Walkers and birdwatchers can enjoy a footpath leading across the marshes to Camber Castle built by Henry VIII. Local attractions include miniature or full-size steam train rides, local vineyards, stately homes, castles, gardens and beaches, including the beautiful nearby Camber Sands. Artists and photographers will especially enjoy the scenery; big skies, winding roads, and picturesque villages with ancient inns and tea shops. A truly relaxing and wonderful holiday destination.