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A beautiful detached oast housewithin easy reach of local amenities just outside of Ticehurst.

Bedrooms 2
Property type cottage
Minimum Stay 1 - 7 nights


About the property

Two bedrooms, each with their own bathroom. Parking for three vehicles.

This is a beautiful, detached oast house, recently converted, furnished to a high standard and set in a stunning location. You will find yourself tucked away from it all down a private drive, within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Sussex/Kent border.

Located within the grounds of a 50 acre estate, the oast has its own private, spacious and lawned garden overlooking the surrounding fields and paddocks. When the sun is shining, enjoy an afternoon on the terrace, perfect for a barbecue with family or friends while taking in the peace and tranquillity surrounding you. There is an abundance of wildlife so try and spot any number of animals including deer, foxes, badger, barn owls or kingfishers. Alternatively, curl up on the sofa in front of the log burner with a glass of wine and a good book as the sun goes down.

You will find two country pubs, both full of character, serving lovely local food, wines and beer and within walking distance. There is The Bull in the hamlet of Three Leg Cross or The Bell in the village of Ticehurst where you will also find a pop up fishmongers on Saturdays. This village also boasts a general store, Post Office, artisan bakery, greengrocer, cafe and art gallery.

The house is perfectly located to walk by footpath to Bewl Water, the largest lake in the south-east of England. Here you will discover a 13 mile circular path with beautiful waterside walks and a variety of birdlife. You can even cycle or ride around the perimeter in the summer months. In addition why not spend the day sailing, windsurfing, rowing, canoeing or fishing on the lake.

This holiday cottage at a glance

Sleeps four guests.

Two bedrooms, each with their own bathroom. (A circular master bedroom).

Wood burning stove.

Fully enclosed, lawned garden with with a south west facing terrace.

Parking for three vehicles.

Sorry, no pets.

A fenced off pond is in close proximity (please ensure children are supervised).


Minimum of a two night stay.

Additional features

Wooden floors.

Gas hob, electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer.

Flatscreen HD Freeview TV, DVD player, iPod dock.

Telephone with honesty box.

Travel cot, high chair and stairgate available on request.

Wooden garden furniture and barbecue.

Trains run from here to London in one hour.

Wadhurst station is served by a bus running through to Ticehurst, so no need for a car.

Attractions and nearby amenities

A short drive away (10 minutes) you will discover the village of Wadhurst, offering a wealth of shops including a small supermarket, a butchers and an excellent wine merchant, The Secret Cellar.

Delight in a delicious meal at the Michelin starred restaurant, The Curlew in Bodiam, a 15 minute drive away.

An excellent base from which to explore the many National Trust properties in the area, stroll round the beautiful Scotney Castle, Sissinghurst Castle Garden, Bodiam Castle or Batemans. Alternatively visit the lovely and charming Pashley Manor Gardens, Hush Heath or Chapel Down Vineyards.

For the sports enthusiasts play a round of golf at Dale Hill Golf Club which also benefits from a leisure club with gym and indoor pool.

Otherwise enjoy a day out at Bedgebury Forest, home to the National Pinetum, extensive cycling trails or for those with a head for heights, there is the action packed Go Ape.

Slightly further afield you will discover the spa town of Tunbridge Wells (20 minutes) which hosts a wealth of shops, pubs and restaurants or Camber Sands and the Cinq Ports town of Rye (40 minutes).

More Details

Property Manager
Rural Retreats Holidays Ltd
Speaks English
Calendar last updated:
15 August, 2018


Accommodation and facilities for this holiday cottage in Wadhurst in Tunbridge Wells

Property Type:
  • cottage
House Rules:
  • Max. occupancy: 4
  • children welcome
  • Family
  • Farm Holidays
  • Historic
  • Romantic
  • Fireplace
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Parking
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Washing Machine
  • Kitchen
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • First floor: Bathroom - Toilet , Bath with Shower , Bathroom with bath and power shower over
    First floor: Bathroom - Toilet , Bath with Shower , Bathroom with bath and power shower over
  • Two bathrooms with bath and power shower over.
  • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4
  • First floor: Master bedroom - 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed , Master bedroom with king size bed
    First floor: Twin bedroom - 2 Single Bed , Twin bedroom with 3' beds
  • Circular master bedroom with king size bed, Twin bedroom with 3' beds.
  • Television
  • Garden
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • fishing
  • golf
Wooden floors. Gas-fired central heating, wood burning stove. Gas hob, electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer. Flatscreen HD Freeview TV, DVD player, iPod dock. WiFi*. Telephone with honesty box. Travel cot, high chair and stairgate available on request. South-west facing terrace with wooden garden furniture and barbecue, leading to lawned garden fully enclosed and safe for children. Own private drive and ample parking for 3 cars. *Please note that internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use. Speed/service may vary depending on the package obtained by the owner which is provided to guests free of charge. Should guests experience difficulties or loss of use, neither the owner nor Rural Retreats will be held responsible.


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Other Activities:

Places to visit include:

Bewl Water

Right on your doorstep, just 10 minutes’ walk from the oast. Go back up the drive, take a left and walk down the farm track. When you get to the cattle grid you have reached the Bewl Border Path – a 13 mile circular walk with beautiful waterside views. Visitor centre on far side of Bewl, with facilities, café etc.

Watersports centre offering sailing, windsurfing, canoeing. Rowing Club. Fishing. Boat rides on the SS Swallow - 01892 890000

Bedgebury Forest

Miles of bike trails and walks, bike hire available. Go Ape – adventure in the trees. Bedgebury Pinetum – one of the world’s finest conifer collections - 01580 879820

Pashley Manor Gardens, Ticehurst

Beautiful gardens with sculptures and lovely restaurant with terrace overlooking the pond. Plant and gift shop - 01580 200888

Scotney Castle (National Trust), Lamberhurst

Country house, romantic garden and ruined castle. Tea room and shop - 01892 893820

St Mary’s Church, Goudhurst

Set on a hilltop with amazing views from its 17th century tower. Tower open Saturdays and Sundays in the summer.

Bodiam Castle (National Trust), Bodiam

Fourteenth century moated castle. Tea room and shop - 01580 830196

Batemans (National Trust), Burwash

Jacobean house with garden. Former home of Rudyard Kipling, writer. Shop and tea room - 01435 882302

Sissinghurst Castle Garden (National Trust), Sissinghurst

Grade 1 Listed Garden, one of the most famous in England, and world-renowned. Developed in the 1930s by Vita Sackville-West, poet and author, and her diplomat and author husband Harold Nicholson. Restaurant, coffee shop and plant shop - 01580 710700

Great Dixter House and Gardens, Northiam

Former home of gardener and gardening writer Christopher Lloyd. Now run by a charitable trust. House has its origins in the fifteenth century, but was extended by Lutyens in the early twentieth century. Gardens famous for their energy and profusion. Coffee shop and plant shop - 01797 252878

Hush Heath Estate & Winery, Staplehurst

Producers of award winning rose sparkling wine using the traditional Champagne varieties of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. Vineyard tours and tastings, picnics, shop - 01622 832794

Chapel Down Vineyard, Tenterden

One of England’s leading wine producers, producing sparkling and still wines. Tours and tastings, restaurant, food and wine shop - 01580 766111

Finchcocks Musical Musem, Goudhurst

Fine Georgian House housing Richard Burnett’s celebrated collection of over 100 keyboard instruments including harpsicords, pianos and organs. Pretty walled garden. Cellar restaurant serving lunches and teas - 01580 211702

Hole Park Gardens, Rolvenden

15 acres of formal and woodland gardens including a beautiful bluebell walk. A quieter alternative to the more famous gardens. Homemade tea and cakes plus plant stall - 01580 241344

Blue Reef Aquarium, Hastings

30 naturally themed habitats. Includes underwater tunnel with sharks and reef fish. Café and shop. 01424 718776

Battle of Hastings – Abbey and Battlefield, Battle (English Heritage).

Ruins of the abbey and scene of the Battle of Hastings. Café and shop - 01424 775705

Marle Place, Brenchley

Privately owned gardens, originally established in 1890. Designed as a combination of hedged rooms and tree lined avenues, covering over 10 acres and surrounded by woodland. Tearoom, plant and potting shed shop. 01892 722304

Rye – Cinq Ports Town

One of the best preserved medieval towns in England. Cobbled streets, Norman church and quaint narrow lanes. Wide variety of specialist shops.

Camber Sands

Beautiful wide sandy beach with dunes behind. Parking, restaurants and cafes.

Rare Breeds Centre, Woodchurch

100 acre farm in the heart of the Kent countryside. Lots of farm animals plus butterfly tunnel and woodland walks. Two play parks, tube maze, and indoor soft play barn. Also falconry displays, pig racing and many special events throughout the year. Plants and produce shop, restaurant - 01233 861493

Bayham Old Abbey, Frant (English Heritage)

Ruins of the 13th to 15th century church, chapterhouse, and 14th century gatehouse. Now set in grounds designed by famous landscape gardener Humphry Repton, who also planned the grounds of Kenwood House in London. Rooms in the 'Georgian Gothick' dower house are also open to visitors. Shop plus teas and snacks. 01892 890381

Tunbridge Wells

Historic Spa Town with a wide range of shopping and dining options. Head to The Pantiles for art galleries, antique shops and boutiques. Many of the restaurants here have tables outside, perfect for a meal on a Thursday evening in the summer when live Jazz is performed on the bandstand.

Sports activities include:


Dale Hill Golf Club. Five minutes’ drive from the Oast. Two 18-hole courses including the Ian Woosnam designed course. Day membership available, also indoor pool and gym with day membership available. Restaurant and bar - 01580 200112


Bewl Water, 13 mile circular route, bikes available to hire from the visitor centre on the other side of the lake. 01892 891446

Bedgebury Forest

2000 acre forest with 10km family cycle trail and 13km single-track mountain biking trail. 01580 879820

Bikes available to hire from Quench cycles. 01580 879694

Go Ape – Bedgebury Forest. Forest adventure including rope bridges, Tarzan swings and zip wires. 0333 331 7759

Sailing/Windsurfing/Canoeing– Bewl Water 01892 890000

Bewl Valley Sailing Club, RYA training centre with youth and adult courses. Sailing and windsurfing. 01892 890830

Rye Watersports, New Lydd Road, Camber, Rye

Long established teaching centre by Camber sands, giving lessons in Kitesurfing, Windsurfing, Dinghy Sailing and Stand Up Paddleboarding. Windsurfing and sailing on the coastal lake, kitesurfing on the beach. Lake is also open to day sailors with their own equipment.

01797 225238


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  • Contractual booking deposit: 33.00% rent

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