About the property
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- Minimum Stay0 - 7 nights
Hayreed Barn Cottage - a holiday home that sleeps 2 guests in 1 bedroom
A one bedroom holiday cottage with a sofa bed option in the lounge area, in Wilmington, East Sussex
A delightful flint cottage originally a calving barn built in the early Victorian period and part of the Hayreed farm complex. It lies within the South Downs and is perfect for exploring the pretty villages, countryside and coast line on foot or by bicycle. The cottage is open plan living, with a dining area, fully fitted kitchen and comfy seating with woodburner. The sofa (small double bed) can be used for additional sleeping if required. There is a modern bathroom with bath, separate shower cubicle, hand basin and WC. There is a double bedroom with wardrobe, chest of draws and space for a travel cot if needed.
There is space to the front of the cottage where you can relax on loungers provided or sit with your morning coffee at the table just outside the french doors. The cottage welcomes one small well behaved dog.
The owners own property sits within in the complex.
The cottage is within twenty minutes walk of three pubs, ten minute walk to Arlington tea-room and lots of visitor attractions are close by.
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- within one hour
- Calendar last updated:
- May 25, 2018
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The cottage is nestled between the villages of Wilmington & Arlington and lies on the northern edge of the South Downs. ‘The Long Man’ a chalk figure which sits on the downs above the village, believed to date back to pre Saxon times is a tourist attraction and worth a visit and is a pleasant walk from the cottage.
With the South Downs on your doorstep, there are walks and cycle routes, in abundance and beautiful villages to explore. The South Downs National Park’s landscapes cover 1,600 km2 of breathtaking countryside, rolling downloads and stunning coastline.
Attractions close by include Michelham Priory, a beautiful moated 12th century fortified priory with working water mill & forge. The pretty medieval preserved village of Alfriston, with, National Trust, ‘Clergy House’, a must visit and very popular tourist attraction. Glyndbourne, with internationally renowned concerts and plays performed throughout the year and many more.
Eastbourne is a short drive away and a hub of activity, whether looking for a traditional promenade and pier or wishing to indulge in some retail therapy, the town has it all. In the summer its possible to catch the big tennis names playing at Aegon International Tennis tournament or Eastbourne Airbourne in August.
There are many beaches not far from the cottage including Seaford being the one of the nearest, Birling Gap and Cuckmere Haven.
Additional pricing information
Contractual booking deposit: 30.00% rent