Every room in this B&B has been lovingly restored and cared for, and they are warm, light and airy with beautiful bathrooms. All guests are greeted with a cup of tea and a sit down; making you feel welcome is of the utmost importance. You can curl up by the inglenook fireplace in the guest lounge in winter, and sit out in the country garden next to the pond which overlooks sloping Wealden fields in summer.
The garden is a particular gem, with a stream running through it at the back and a small woodland area with bluebells that looks absolutely lovely in the dappled sunlight.
Cyclists and walkers are more than welcome, bikes can be locked up at night and there is a place to dry wet clothes and being so close to some wonderful countryside makes walking or cycling a must during your stay!
The house is surrounded by open farmland with sheep and cattle on it. The Fire Hills, part of the Hastings Country Park are nearby, and Winchelsea town, Great Dixter House and Gardens, Ellen Terry's house, Lamb House, Merriments Gardens and Pashley Manor are all within easy distance of the house, making it the perfect location for exploring the High Weald.
The owners love to walk along Winchelsea beach as well, which is full of bird life and a very interesting place to visit. They make sure visitors are well supplied with maps to help them get the most out of the landscape.
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