Quebec Barn - set in an idyllic location in the wonderful Cuckmere Valley.
Cuckmere Haven sits in between Seaford and Eastbourne and is renowned for its fabulous views, peace and tranquillity.
The main bedroom with a comfortable king-size double bed.
The kitchen is a great space to cook your favourite holiday meals whilst still chatting to family and friends in the open plan living area.
Plenty of space around the table for entertaining family and friends.
Snuggle up on the sofa and unwind after a full day of adventure and activity.
Views of West Dean village and Friston Forest.
Welcome to Quebec Barn.
Steps to Quebec Barn.
There is a cosy wood-burner and the barn has under-floor heating too!
Plenty of room for the family.
Dogs love holidays too, especially in a barn like this with some great walks.
There is a single bed with trundle single that can be made into a twin  room.
Another view of the single room with lovely antique furniture.
A relaxing space for a good nights sleep.
Breakfast in bed?
There is plenty of storage.
Lots of lovely features.
Enjoy a soak in the bath, there is a shower too.
A view from the hall.
Get out those culinary skills.
Cook your favourite meal.
Enjoy treats and quality time together.
Memorabilia of when the Canadians were based here in the 1940s.
Space for boots, coats and hats.
The paddock is a nice spot for children to play, a picnic or simply reading a book.
Parking behind Quebec Barn.
The Dovecote is the best preserved part of the old farm buildings which date from the Medieval era.
Looking up inside the Dovecote roof.
There is a delightful farm shop on site.
Lots of delicious home-made produce including mulberry white wine vinegar, mulberry jams, chutneys and apple juice.
The lane outside Quebec Barn is very quiet and has very little traffic.
Perfect place to enjoy your favourite tipple, whilst you plan adventures in the Sussex countryside.
Lots of steps but the view is so worth it.
South Downs Way, Cuckmere Haven, Litlington, Exceat - so many paths to choose from, it's a walker's and cyclist's paradise.
Explore Friston Forest, it has something for everyone including great views of the Cuckmere and South Downs.
The Clergy House in Alfriston.
So many magical walks to enjoy on the South Downs National Park.
Birling Gap with a view of Seven Sisters in the distance.
Visit Eastbourne and its wonderful pier.
Beachy Head light house.
Visit the ruins of Pevensey Castle.
Pevensey Beach.

Quebec Barn


2.2 miles S of Alfriston / Sleeps 4 + cot*

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7 Nights from £572

  • 9 Reviews

A wonderful place to stay. The Quebec Barn is beautiful and very comfortable, as well as being historic. The village of West Dean is completely unspoilt and quiet- in its own secluded valley. The surrounding area is very special, with Friston Forest and the Seven Sisters a short walk away. The owners are very helpful and welcoming. We would highly recommend this as a place to stay. ...

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Thanks so much for sharing your lovely review and recommendation - it sounds as if you had a wonderful stay! Julie, Customer Support

Quebec Barn is an award-winning conversion of the upper level of a Grade 2 listed barn and, as such, retained lovely original features. The kitchen was very well equipped; the beds were comfortable. The barn is in a perfect setting, a few yards from the church and old parsonage and opposite the roadway into Friston Forest. The single-track road encircles West Dean and enters/exits via Litlington Road: joy of joys, no through traffic and therefore hardly any passing vehicles! If you like peace and a cool shady woodland to walk with your dog, then this property is ideal. Because the weather was so hot during our stay, we spent all our time in the beech forest to keep our little dog cool and comfortable: it was too hot to be out in the open! ...

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A very well appointed cottage in an idyllic location for walkers and people wanting to explore the area. We would particularly recommend lunch at the Rathfinny Estate Vinyard.

The location was excellent, peaceful, quiet - we were spoilt by the fabulous weather - with great walks all around. Lots of places close by to visit - Alfriston is a favourite, Charleston and Berwick Church are also definitely worth a visit. The cottage is well appointed with everything we needed for our stay. ...

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Part of a converted sixteenth century barn in a historic complex at the far end of the small village of West Dean. We found it the perfect location for South Downs walks, and it couldn't have been a more peaceful spot. It's compact and comfortable: fine for the two of us, but might have been a bit small for four adults. The entrance is up a flight of stairs, which would make it unsuitable for anyone with mobility problems. While the outdoor area is by the road, you're only passed by the occasional walker, and you have views of the church: you also have access to a paddock a bit further away. We're planning to return....

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