Nature, garden and history lovers, walkers and lazers-about will be in their element here.
A very generous welcome hamper speaks of Sue’s thoughtfulness; with four children she knows what yours may need, and there are treats for dogs too. She also provides stacks of local information, including walking guides – a lovely bluebell walk starts from nearby Sedlescombe church. And it’s an easy stroll to the friendly pub for well-kept beer and seriously good food.
Take both the neat, well-designed conversions for a larger group and get together for summer barbecues. Take one and you won’t feel overlooked as the main windows look out from the ends with sweeping views and scope for deer and badger spotting. The sea is six and a half miles away (beach towels provided), Hastings seven, with quirky shops and eateries like the Thai Café at Boulevard Books.