Detached cottage rental in Horsham, West Sussex

Property reference 182355
7 nights:
£518 - £518
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The Lodge, a stylish sleek hideaway in the rural hamlet of Two Mile Ash offers the best of both worlds. More details...


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Near the market town of Horsham with shopping, restaurants, markets and culture. During your stay, you could visit the Horsham Museum and Art Gallery and admire the recent exhibitions on show. Moreover, not far from this holiday cottage is the Horsham Park, with many leisure activities including playing fields and a gym.


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  • Theme

  • General

    Central heating
  • Kitchen

    Washing machine
  • Living room

    DVD player
  • Bathrooms

  • Bedrooms

    Double bed
  • Leisure activities

    Garden furniture

  • Local farmers market, quaint shops and restaurants nearby
  • Wonderful woodland walks
  • Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty


The Lodge: Sleeps 4 in two double bedrooms, open plan living room / dining room / kitchen.

Ground Floor

Kitchen with modern appliances and equipment, washing machine, dishwasher

Dining area with seating for 6

Living area with DVD player, TV, Freeview, music player

Master double bedroom (sleeps 2) king-sized bed

Double bedroom (sleeps 2) double bed

Shower room


Secluded decking area with garden furniture



Central heating

Nestling in the small hamlet of Two Mile Ash, The Lodge offers stylish and sleek living space perfect for business or pleasure. Close to the market town of Horsham which offers visitors a unique opportunity to see architectural heritage, rich in history combined with a stunning town centre with a superb variety of shops.

Staying here you can really appreciate the joys of rural Sussex and the marvellous countryside. Much of the district is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with the chalk escarpments of the Sussex Downs in the South, and the gently rolling High Weald in the North. Walking, cycling and horse riding are very popular in the district due to the extensive network of footpaths, cycle paths and bridleways.


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