Bolney 2 miles.
This charming semi-detached Bolney cottage is situated next to the owners’ home on a working livestock farm, in the heart of the Sussex countryside with lovely views over fields and woodland.
Comfortably appointed throughout to provide a spacious and well equipped holiday bungalow, this Bolney cottage is an ideal place to stay while exploring the quaint villages and popular towns of Sussex.
The sitting room has a sofa bed and doors out onto the rear patio, perfect for a morning coffee.
The large double bedroom has ample space, while the fitted well-equipped kitchen in your cottage near Bolney is ideal for those who enjoy showcasing their culinary skills.
If dining out holds more appeal, then this Bolney cottage is just a short drive from several pubs serving excellent food, with most of the ingredients locally sourced.
For those that enjoy outdoor pursuits, the start of the South Downs National Park, with its cycle paths, footpaths and picnic areas, is only a few minutes away.
Brighton, with its world-famous "Lanes", theatres and busy pier, can be reached in less than 20 minutes.
This part of the South of England has so much to offer.
Spend your day playing golf, visiting grand historic houses or pretty Sussex villages, cycling, or rambling along the Sussex Weald.
From a day in London to a day by the sea, this quiet Bolney cottage is just the place to return to.
About the location
Hickstead 4 miles; Brighton 11 miles; Lewes 15 miles.
Bolney is a pretty village in the heart of Sussex, perfectly located for visits to both the east and west of the county. Set to the west of the main A23 dual carriageway which runs from London to Brighton, this quiet part of a rural landscape offers much more than can be seen at first sight. Bolney can trace its history back to Saxon times and still has many timber-framed houses dating back to the 16th century. The All England Jumping Course at Hickstead is an equestrian sport centre only 4 miles from Bolney, principally known for its show jumping and dressage activities. As well as lots of outdoor activities and pursuits, Bolney also has its own award-winning winery that offers guided tours and tastings; just the place to choose a bottle of wine to complement that special dinner! This part of Sussex is perfect when looking to explore; after all, you can be in London in less than 45 minutes, standing by the shore in less than 20 minutes or drinking coffee in France in just over 90 minutes - not many locations can offer so much in a day!