Danny Cottage is a lovely Grade II Listed thatched cottage bought from the National Trust.
Large sitting-room with a welcoming wood-burner effect electric stove.
Garden leads onto the orchard/meadow with views out towards Berwick Church.
Plenty of room to prepare a meal in the fully equipped kitchen.
Bedroom 1 which leads to the single bedroom and en suite bathroom.
Lovely cottage at any time of year.
Cosy snug ideal for reading or watching television.
The sitting-room has plenty of room for family and friends.
Rustic with exposed walls and leaded windows.
Space for hats and coats.
The electric stove gives instant heat.
A view from the snug area.
Entrance hall with brick floor and exposed beams.
Bedroom 1 with dressing table.
En suite bathroom with shower attachment.
Spacious twin bedroom with views onto the garden.
Hallway that leads to the family bathroom and twin bedroom.
Single bedroom with en suite and views out onto the garden.
Fully equipped kitchen with a stable-door that leads to the garden.
Writing desk and plenty of books for all ages to keep you entertained.
Lots of beams - some very low!
Complete with a Butler sink where you can look out onto the garden.
Enjoy that special meal.
Family bathroom with shower attachment.
Characterful twin bedroom.
Perfect cottage for walkers!
Steps and a path that lead to the front door and garden of Danny Cottage.
A great space to enjoy.
Sit on the bench and admire the views.
The Tye in Alfriston.
The Clergy House in Alfriston purchased by the National Trust in 1896 for £10!

Danny Cottage


Alfriston / Sleeps 5 + cot

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7 Nights from £872

A beautifully? furnished cottage, perfectly located next to some of the finest stretches of the South Downs Way. In Spring the garden was a picture, and the views from the orchard were breathtaking.
The caring owners had thought of every last thing for the comfort of guests, even down to a welcome bottle of wine, and flowers in the main rooms.

My family + 2 dogs has a lovely stay in Danny Cottage over Feb half term holiday. The cottage is extremely charming, very comfortable and has a fascinating history. We loved the rustic cottage aesthetic and the abundance of lamps. The kitchen is very well equipped and the wifi strong (very important for the teenagers ). The garden was spacious + beautiful with lovely views. I can imagine in the summer it would be a gorgeous spot to sit out. I contacted the owner about a couple of things and Kitty was extremely warm and helpful. It's an easy 10 minute walk into Alfriston, (either across fields or down a quiet road) to explore the independent shops, grab a coffee or have a meal in one of the really good pubs. We also loved the walks from the door and striding off into fabulous downland countryside. We will definitely return again.

Cosy spacious cottage; lovely garden and plenty of space and privacy. Alfriston is attractive and the local store was great for almost any food requirements. When pubs reopen the village will be even more attractive! Lovely to be able to go for walks from the door.

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