Hastings 3.5 miles.
This lovely holiday home is an annexe to the owner's property located just outside the historic town of Hastings on the South Coast.
Furnished and equipped to the highest standard, this lovely cottage offers families, friends and couples the perfect place to stay when looking to explore this part of Sussex, both rural and coastline.
The two attractive bedrooms have been fashioned reflecting the style of hotel accommodation with deep, comfy beds and ample storage, so guests can awake refreshed ready to enjoy another full day.
The sitting room with its sumptuous seating is the perfect place to settle down with a book or gather together and enjoy a DVD or catch up with your favourite TV programme.
The room also has French doors opening onto the rear patio.
The kitchen is ideal for those who love to cook but never get time to indulge their culinary skills, except while on holiday.
LED lighting gives this spacious and well-equipped kitchen a modern twist, making everything from delicious dinners to a quick snack a joy to prepare.
Of course, if holidays mean dining out, you will be spoilt for choice in Hastings.
Why not try one of the fish restaurants tucked away in the cobbled streets of the Old Town, just opposite the beach where fishermen sell their daily catch?
For those who enjoy curries then seek out one of the Gurkha restaurants that Hastings is also famous for.
This part of the Sussex coastline has so many places to visit, from quaint Rye with its castle and harbour to the traditional style of Bexhill-on-Sea and its sailing, shops and the De La Warr Pavilion.
This lovely annexe is the ideal holiday home for any time of the year.
About the location
Battle 6 miles; Rye 12 miles.
The large historic town of Hastings offers a great mix of interesting places to visit, and is comprised of three parts, joined by the promenade. On one side is the Old Town, with narrow streets or 'twittens', attractive houses, Shipwreck and Fisherman's museums, wonderful tall black net huts, a fresh fish market, seafood restaurants and cafés. In the middle there is a contemporary shopping centre and on the other side is St Leonards on Sea with its fashionable Norman Road with antique and vintage shops, art galleries, examples of Burton's architecture (of Kew Gardens and London Zoo fame), Marine Court Art Deco flats designed in the shape of the HMS Queen Mary, and the remains of the Amsterdam, which is visible at low tide at Bulverhythe. West Hill in Hastings is home to the Smugglers Adventure and Pelham Beach, and East Hill offers the Hastings Country Park, 660 acres of ancient woodlands, grasslands and heathlands crossing five miles over cliffs and rugged terrain, plus East Hill can also be reached by taking the 'lift', the steepest funicular railway in Britain. Whilst exploring Hastings, visit The Stade and watch fishermen land their catch, plus why not take a trip to Blue Reef Aquarium and the remains of Hastings Castle? Pevensey Castle, dating from the 4th century, and the first Norman Church are twelve miles away. Further afield enjoy the NT properties of Bodiam Castle, Sissinghurst and Scotney Castle, the cinque port of Rye, the abbey at Battle or the beach and dunes at Camber Sands.