Holiday cottage rental in North Chailey, East Sussex
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Within easy reach by car you can explore the historic town of Lewes; Lindfield, Uckfield, Haywards Heath and Brighton are also close by for day trips, shopping and coastal activities. Glyndebourne Opera House is about 20 minutes away and the Bluebell Railway is just a 5 minute drive.
Living roomDVD playerTV
- Cosy sitting room with log burner
- Large bathroom with double-end bath and separate walk-in rain shower
- Views and direct access onto Chailey & Red House Commons
Sleeps 2 +1 infant in 1 king-size bedroom, with 1 bathroom (+1 is for infants up to the age of 2 only, sleeping in a cot)
Parking: Driveway with space for 2 cars
Sitting room: 2 x 2 seater sofas, coffee table, log burner, TV, DVD player, shelving with books, DVDs and games.
Kitchen: Electric Everhot range cooker with induction hobs (pots and pans provided) and double oven, double butler sink, granite worktops, coffee machine, microwave, kettle and toaster.
Dining area with table and chairs for 2-4 people.
Cloakroom: WC, washbasin.
Spiral stairs from the ground floor lead to:
Landing with reading area and chair.
Master Bedroom (sleeps 2): King-size bed, built-in wardrobe and drawers.
Bathroom: Double bath, separate large walk-in shower with rain head, washbasin, WC, underfloor heating.
Walled garden with lawn, flowerbeds and table and seating for 4. Fire pit/BBQ. Driveway for 2 cars.
This beautiful holiday cottage has been thoughtfully and lovingly renovated as a romantic, cosy retreat for couples and walkers looking to explore the area.
The property features a high end kitchen with Everhot electric range cooker, spacious but cosy sitting room with log burner, a gorgeous bedroom overlooking the Common, and luxury bathroom with underfloor heating, double-end bath and walk-in rain shower. Your stay in this traditional, yet contemporary English holiday let will be relaxed, comfortable and enjoyable.
You can see attention to detail lavished on every room, from the granite worktops in the kitchen, the hand woven rope-work on the spiral stairs, the pretty garden and comfortable king-size bed, to the deep sofas to sink into while the log burner roars away.
For walkers there is plenty to do on the doorstep; Chailey windmill is a Grade II listed Smock Mill just 50 metres away, and from Mill Barn you can walk straight onto Red House Common, part of Chailey Common Local Nature Reserve. The common is also a Site of Special Scientific Interest for its heathland plants, insects and birds. If you want to reward your walk with some refreshments, within an hour’s stroll you can reach the Bull at Newick, The Sloop at Scaynes Hill and The Griffin Inn at Fletching. There is also an Indian restaurant at Newick if you feel like a night off from cooking.
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