This beautiful cottage forms part of the oast house that stood in lush countryside in Three Oaks near Hastings.
The cottage has been transformed into a lovely holiday home where couples, friends and families can now enjoy time together in this peaceful location.
Immaculately presented throughout, there are three charming bedrooms, a bathroom upstairs and a wet room on the ground floor making this cottage the perfect choice for a family holiday.
The large, modern kitchen has all that you need to make it easy to prepare everything from a quick snack to a delicious dinner, so you can gather together around the table planning days out over breakfast, or catching up with the events of the day over a long, lingering evening meal and a bottle of wine, perhaps from one of the two local vineyards.
Then settle down for a good night's slumber with only birdsong to disturb you from your beauty sleep in the morning.
On chilly days the lure of the woodburning stove together with the deep, comfy sofas will have you settling down to relax the day away, or if you are holidaying in warmer weather then take a book, some sun lotion and settle yourself in the garden, sit back and drift away breathing in the country air, bliss!
From just outside your cottage in Three Oaks you will find numerous walks across fields and through forests, along twisted paths and into quaint villages.
The medieval town of Rye is close by as are the historic towns of Battle and Hastings, divided by only a few miles and joined together in 1066 history.
If you are looking for a home-from-home holiday experience what could be better than a beautiful setting, a cottage full of character and a warm welcome; that's Hop House!
Three bedrooms: 2 x double (one with TV), 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor wet room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Hastings 4.5 miles; Rye 8 miles; Battle 7.5 miles; Bexhill-on-Sea 9 miles; Camber Sands 12 miles; Tenterden 16.5 miles.
The parish of Three Oaks, near Hastings is made up of cottages, farms, a riding stable, railway station and, most desirable of all, a pub! Three Oaks Pub sits in the heart of this rural landscape and serves delicious meals, as well as hosting regular quiz nights and other evening entertainment. Offering special deals on selected menus, this pub is always popular with local residents who accept that the landlord has his own unique style when serving guests! The railway station has a limited service but does run between Ashford and Brighton, when using the train to arrive remember to travel in the front carriage as the station platform only allows passengers to disembark from this carriage. Quaint and rural, this lovely hamlet is perfect for a relaxing holiday whether it's to re-charge your batteries from the stresses and strains of everyday life, or spend days exploring historic towns and villages, take long walks over beautiful countryside, swim, cycle or ride. Only a short drive away from this tranquil setting is the thriving town of Hastings. Now with its new pier open and proudly accepting visitors from all over the world, this historic town with its fishing boats, shingle beach and fair-ground rides, is a magnet for families looking to enjoy a traditional seaside holiday. The Old Town, famously featured in the Foyle's War TV series, is packed with antique shops, bistros and cafes. Also central London is approx. 90 minutes' away by train from Hastings. You would be easily forgiven for never having heard of this rural haven of Three Oaks, but now you have found it you will be pleased that you have!