Fairlight 1.6 miles.
A lovely apartment on the outskirts of Fairlight, on the south coast of England.
Having fabulous views over sea and countryside, this cosy apartment is the perfect choice for couples looking to stay close to excellent walking areas.
All ground floor with an attractive king-size double bedroom, the apartment has a modern fitted kitchen and a spacious sitting room with French doors leading out to a private patio, where you can enjoy your morning coffee while planning the day ahead.
This delightful apartment also offers the use of the large shared garden, a real sun trap, where you can laze the afternoons away with a glass of something cool and a good book.
If planning a day out then you are spoilt for choice.
Take man's best friend on long excursions through Hastings Country Park, which covers over 600 acres of ancient woodland and grassland with dramatic coastline and cliffs.
Whether you enjoy a gentle stroll and a picnic lunch, or a long walk in bracing sea air to ready you for a pub meal, then this apartment is in an ideal setting.
With 4 castles to visit all within a short drive, together with the historic towns of Battle and Hastings, and their shops and tea rooms, there are plenty of attractions.
Stop at the quaint town of Rye with its harbour and cobbled streets and the charming town of Winchelsea with its lovely church and houses that open their cellars to the public at regular dates throughout the year.
After a day exploring this part of Sussex with its history, walks and coastline, it is lovely to return to this comfortable apartment, ready for another exciting day.
About the location
Hastings 5 miles; Rye 6 miles; Battle 12 miles.
The East Sussex coastal village of Fairlight is ideally suited to those searching for peace and tranquillity, yet, set as it is between Hastings and Rye, the village is also right in the centre of the coastline in historic '1066 country'. Fairlight offers a village store with post office, local pub and farm shop. From Fairlight, there is easy access to walks in the country, by the coast and along the cliff-tops, plus superb bird watching at the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve and with the RSPB at Lydd. Famous attractions within easy reach include the ancient castles of Hastings, Bodiam, Pevensey and Camber, as well as the larger seaside resorts of Hastings and Eastbourne. The Cinque Ports of Romney, Hastings, Rye and Hythe offer historic days out in these charming towns, while the miniature Romney and Hythe Railway is a must for seeing this part of the coastline. Further inland can be found the towns of Battle and Tenterden, with churches and buildings steeped in history, good shopping and at Tenterden, a full size steam railway. With the option to head into Ashford and catch the Euro Tunnel train to France for the day, this is a beautiful base for a varied break.