Oak Cottage has everything you could need for your rural break as it is set in the wonderful South Downs. The living areas consists of a comfortable living room with two sofas and a dining table for two. There is Freeview television and WiFi provided. The separate kitchen is fully fitted with all amenties including a fridge/freezer, oven and washing machine. There is a double bedroom with wardrobe and dressing table and the bathroom has a walk in shower (please note that there is a step up to the shower).
There is a garden area provided to the front of the cottage along with a parking space for one car.
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 small dog.
Jevington and beyond
There are many attractions close to Oak Cottage including the Seven Sisters County Park with Cuckmere Haven and Birling Gap being the main draw. This is a perfect area for walkers to enjoy the stunning countryside and coastal walks.
Eastbourne is a short drive away and is one of England's most popular seaside resorts with its elegant three-mile-long seafront promenade extending along wide pebble beaches. There are a multitude of shops and art galleries, as well as plenty of entertainment at locations such as the historic Royal Hippodrome Theatre. Eastbourne also boasts several fine parks and leisure facilities, and sports enthusiasts are well catered to with numerous golf courses and tennis courts.
Other places nearby that are worthy of a visit include Pevensey Castle, the National Trust Alfriston Clergy House and Herstmonceux Castle which offers 300 acres of woodland, formal gardens and, of course, the 15th Century moated castle.
Glyndbourne, with internationally renowned concerts and plays performed throughout the year, is a short drive from the cottage and Firle Place, an outstanding privately owned country house in Sussex that dates from the time of Henry VIII.