This lovely holiday home is set in the West Sussex village of Turners Hill on the borders of the three counties of Kent, Surrey and East Sussex.
These historic counties are full of castles, picturesque towns and villages, National Trust properties and award-winning Gardens.
Lake View is in an ideal location to explore everything these counties have to offer.
Located above the owner's double garage and over two floors, this extremely spacious accommodation is beautifully decorated, tastefully furnished and equipped to the highest standard, making this into a highly desirable self-catering holiday home.
The light, bright open plan living area with its contemporary kitchen makes this an ideal choice for families and couples to get together after days out.
French doors lead from the sitting room area out onto the raised decking with views over the lake and woodland, where guests can relax and unwind while watching the wild-life swoop and fish swim in the lake just below.
If you wish to enjoy long lingering dinners over wine and soft lighting, then this property also has a separate dining room.
The large master bedroom is off the living area on the first floor and the even larger family bedroom, which can accommodate up to four, is completely separate on the floor above.
Both bedrooms have their own en-suite shower rooms/WC so privacy is guaranteed.
This makes this an ideal choice when larger or extended families or couples are holidaying together.
The village is only a short walk from the door with two pubs overlooking a village green, each serving delicious meals and offering local ales.
Gatwick Airport (9 miles)
Three Bridges train station (5 miles) Fast and reliable direct service to London.
London Bridge (Thameslink) in 38mins.
The South coastal towns of Brighton and Hove (25 miles) with their unique shops and attractions are just a 35min drive crossing the beautiful South Downs National Park.
Small entrance lobby. Cloakroom/ WC. Open plan Kitchen and Living / Relaxing Area. Patio doors from the Lounge lead on to a large decked balcony overlooking the lake. Master Bedroom with King-size bed, TV and en-suite shower, basin and WC. Dining Room. Stairs leading to:
Family room with 1 Double bed and 1 Single bed with pull-out additional single bed. This large room has a separate en-suite shower room, basin and WC. Washing Machine and laundry area.
Decked Balcony with awning and garden furniture overlooking the lake and woodland. Parking space for 2 cars.
About the location
East Grinstead 3 mls; Ashdown Forest 3 mls; Ardingly 4 mls; Gatwick Airport 5 mls; Hever 10 mls; Tunbridge Wells 15 mls, Brighton 25 mls.
Turners Hill is a quiet, peaceful village in rural Sussex, full of old world charm and character. Due to this the village centre has been designated as a conservation area and is picture perfect in every way with a central village green and with it's local shops and pubs forming the focal point. There are two excellent pubs one overlooking the village green,The Red Lion and The Crown, both serve local ales and delicious home cooked meals with produce sourced from farms nearby. If dining out is part of your holiday experience then you will certainly be spoilt for choice in this location! You can sample everything from a Sussex cream tea to dining at a grand Michelin Star, three rosettes restaurant and almost within walking distance! Many of the buildings surrounding the village date from the 17th and 18th centuries and a number are listed, so take time to explore the village before setting off to discover the Hundred Acre Wood that Winnie the Pooh, Tigger and all their friends trampled through created in the books by A.A.Milne and based in the Ashdown Forest only a few miles away. Ashdown Forest, originally a deer hunting forest in Norman times is really more heathland with several scattered villages dotted around. Full of exciting places to visit including National Trust Properties, Heritage Steam Railways, Art Galleries, Theatres and Museums. Here there is fun and activities for the whole family: cycling, canoeing, climbing, bush craft, survival skills, golf, walking and wine tasting, to name but a few. Ardingly is only a few miles from Turners Hill and is probably best known for hosting the annual South of England Show held in June and offers events and exhibitions over a three day period. Of course, it does lie dormant during the rest of the year, but puts on everything from Christmas and International antique and collectors fairs to dog shows, cycling events and even Moonlight Balls. So check out what is on while you are in the area.Turners Hill, a quiet piece of rural Sussex, but certainly never boring!!