Located in an Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty, on the beach front of Seaford town, in East Sussex, our home offers the perfect setting for exploring The South Downs National Park.
The home itself sits at the edge of The Seven Sisters Country Park, making it a perfect setting for outdoor activities including hiking, walking and mountain biking.
There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy water sports including sailing, windsurfing and snorkeling all along the coast as far as Brighton Marina.
There are also several excellent reknown golf courses nearby, two of which are actually in Seaford itself.
The towns of Brighton, Lewes and Eastbourne are within easy reach and are great for shopping and packed with museums, art galleries and other attractions such as the Royal Pavilion, the Palace Pier, Lewes Norman Castle and of course the historic site of The Battle of Hastings in 1066.
For those more energetic there are available in Seaford a leisure centre with swimming pool and gym, and a large sports field with tennis courts.
Nestled between the bright lights of cosmopolitan Brighton and the Vistorian seaside resort of Eastbourne on the sunshine coast of Sussex, Seaford provides the perfect the base from which to explore the many and varied delights of the area.
Seaford is a friendly and welcoming seaside resort popular with families, that is located in one of the most beautiful downland coastal areas you will find.
The cliffs rise from the town up to Seaford Head offering fabulous cliff top walks towards Cuckmere Haven and the Seven Sisters, one of the most recognisable views in England.
The town enjoys a healthy variety of high street and independent shops, a plethora of pubs and restaurants offering almost every cuisine. Seaford is distinctive in that it has a two mile long beach which is literally outside The Beach House.
For golf lovers, only a short distance away, the course at Seaford Head is both challenging and stunning in its setting.
The Seven Sisters Country Park and visitor centre at Cuckmere is a must for any visit. It comprises 280 hectares of chalk cliffs, the meandering river valley of the River Cuckmere and chalk grassland for visitors to enjoy. It is popular for a number of outdoor activities including birdwatching, cycling and canoeing.
Two miles inland from Seaford is the beautiful historic village of Alfriston in the heart of the Downs.
Making an excellent day out for families with young children, Drusillas Zoo Park the country’s largest small zoo is just two miles north of the village.
Newhaven Fort, which is a fascinating Victorian Naval Fortress, is just three miles to the west of Seaford.
Details of these and many other places of interest can be found within the Visitor Manual at The Beach House.
A major part of Sussex is covered by the chalk downland of the new South Downs National Park, which offers many pleasant walks and even more country pubs to discover.
The area has an abundance of history and culture with many outstanding places of interest including many castles, historic sites, family friendly attractions, museums, working farms and theatres.
Inland the county market town of Lewes is well worth a visit with its imposing Norman castle and historic buildings. Also worth a visit is the beautiful cathedral city of Chichester.
Along the coast to the West is Brighton regarded as one of Europe’s most cosmopolitan cities, whilst to the East can be found the popular seaside resort of Eastbourne.
The port town of Newhaven just 3km away, offers a gateway to Europe with its regular ferry crossing to Dieppe in France.
Sussex enjoys a climate well above the average for Britain, which makes it ideal to visit at anytime throughout the year.
We would love to welcome you here.