Old Manor House Pig Barn is set in a wonderfully rural setting on the edges of the Seven Sisters County Park. There is an open plan living area, you will find a comfortable lounge area with a sofa and separate armchair which overlooks the terrace to the front of the cottage. There is Freeview television, iPod dock and superfast Wifi available for entertainment. The fully fitted kitchen and dining area is perfect for your self catering needs.
The king size double bedroom is comfortable and has a wardrobe and chest of drawers. The bathroom is clean and modern and has a full bath with shower overhead. Outside there is a terrace with outside furniture and a tabletop BBQ provided. Guests also have access to the extensive gardens surrounding the owners properties with views of the surrounding countryside.
Please note that access to the attached cottage is via the terrace area in front of Old Manor House Pig Barn.
A charge of £25.00 per stay will be made for each dog (guide dogs for the blind and registered assistance dogs excepted). Please let us know if you will be bringing a dog with you. This property will accept a maximum of one dog.
West Dean and beyond
Ideally located just minutes from the Seven Sisters County Park, Old Manor House Pig Barn is perfectly positioned as a base to enjoy this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Found at the point where the South Downs meets the sea, the Seven Sisters were created when ancient rivers cut valleys into the chalk, creating seven peaks.
Three miles inland from West Dean is the beautiful village of Alfriston surrounded by the Wealden South Downs, and the South Downs Way passes through the centre of this historical village. Around the village, visitors can enjoy the famous St Andrews church and Alfriston Clergy House, a National Trust property, which offers delightful gardens and lovely views across the Downs. The village hosts many events throughout the year including the Alfriston festival and Farmers markets.
Drive half an hour and you can visit the lovely market town of Lewes which features many historic buildings including the castle and Anne of Cleves House. It is one of the few towns within the boundary of the South Downs National Park.
Other attractions to enjoy in the area include enjoying the renowned productions at Glyndebourne, visiting Brighton and the historical 'Lanes' or strolling along the Victorian pier in Eastbourne.