Traditionally furnished and decorated, this semi-detached cottage in the coastal town of Seaford is surprisingly spacious and provides an excellent base for those wishing to explore the coastline of East Sussex and Kent, as well as the surrounding historic villages and ancient churches nestled under the South Downs.
The accommodation benefits from a large, fully-equipped kitchen with a dining area and a large sitting room with comfy seating and a more formal dining area.
There is even a piano which guests are invited to play, together with a television and a radio.
This welcoming house provides two double bedrooms, one of which has a south facing balcony overlooking the front garden with a restricted sea view, and a bathroom on the first floor, as well as a single bedroom with an additional child’s bed on the ground floor for convenience.
At the rear, the garden is enclosed and not overlooked by anything, providing a safe environment for children to play whilst the grown ups make the most of the seclusion and privacy this well-kept garden offers.
Local shops, including newsagents, hairdressers and takeaways are all within 100 yards and the beach is less than five minutes away.
Seaford Railway Station is less than half a mile away from the house, providing easy rail links to London, Brighton and Gatwick, while buses to Brighton and Eastbourne run every 10 minutes from stops less than 100 yards away.
There are many reasons to visit this striking town by the sea, including the beach, the shopping centre and the famous Seven Sisters, one of the most photographed areas of the South Downs National Park, to name but a few.
The surrounding area is ideal for walkers, with numerous footpaths and unspoilt villages in close proximity.
A wonderful holiday home for exploring the many attractions and facilities in this diverse area.
About the location
Newhaven 3 miles; Brighton 11 miles; Lewes 10 miles; Eastbourne 10 miles.
Seaford is a Sussex coastal town situated at the foot of the South Downs National Park and is the perfect choice for a holiday at any time of year. This thriving town is full of quaint shops, traditional tea rooms, pubs, and restaurants. For those who enjoy outdoor pursuits, walkers will delight in the stunning vistas to be marvelled at on the Sussex Downs and Seaford has two excellent golf courses to choose from, with Seaford Head being the most challenging. Take a walk over Seven Sisters and onto Beachy Head, said to be one of the most photographed and painted parts of the Sussex Coastline, with rugged exposed footpaths and amazing chalk cliffs. Visit the Seaford Museum housed in a Martello Tower, with items on show from pre-historic times right up to the present day; there is even a Victorian school room and wartime kitchen to explore. Herstmonceux Castle is less than 30 minutes away, with regular events, including Jousting Days and is home to the Observatory Science Centre. With excellent road and rail links to London and along the coast from Eastbourne to Brighton, Seaford offers the perfect place to stay while exploring Sussex and beyond.