Courtlands Farm B&B in Heathfield, East Sussex has been converted and extended over the years from two workman’s cottages into a charming, higgledy piggledy Grade II listed building. With ten acres of well kept gardens and paddocks, guests can enjoy beautiful views from the two beamed double bedrooms, while warming themselves by one of the original open fireplaces. Both rooms have luxury en-suite bathrooms.
Here are footpaths in every direction, all starting at friendly local pubs. Situated In the heart of 1066 Country there is walking, cycling, horse riding, golf, fishing and plenty of National Trust and English Heritage gardens and properties to visit – including castles at Bodiam, Sissinghurst and Herstmonceux and wonderful gardens at Pashley Manor and Great Dixter.
Set in the High Weald Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty, visitors can explore the countless picturesque inland villages or enjoy a seaside walk in Hastings or Rye. Guests will wake up to a delicious breakfast made from locally sourced produce cooked on the AGA, or tuck into some home grown fruit salad straight from the garden. They can breakfast on the terrace surrounded by beautiful oak trees and a pond attracting ducks and other wildlife.
Courtlands Farm B&B in Heathfield, East Sussex is signed up to Our Land, a website that promotes businesses based in protected landscapes who have pledged to care for their local landscape and promote what is special about it.
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