Danny Cottage is a beautiful Grade II Listed, 16th Century timber-framed thatched cottage situated in a rural position on the edge of Alfriston village. Purchased from the National Trust it's in the most fantastic location; perfect for exploring the South Downs National Park.
Step into this 'olde worlde' cottage and you will be welcomed with many original features including brick floors, exposed walls and quirky beams (some low). The large sitting-room with snug has a brick fireplace complete with wood-burner; perfect for those chilly winter evenings and enough room for entertaining.
The farmhouse kitchen is fully equipped and has enough seating for six guests. There is a stable-door through which you can sometimes see the neighbouring ponies grazing in the paddock during the summer months.
The large garden leads onto an orchard and meadow where you can enjoy countryside views across the valley and Berwick Church. It's the perfect place for entertaining and enjoying a barbecue.
Danny Cottage is only a 15 minute drive to the Sussex coast and surrounded by footpaths including The South Downs Way, making it perfect for ramblers, dog walkers and cyclists. The historic village of Alfriston sits next to the banks of the Cuckmere River at the foot of the beautiful South Downs and is one of the oldest villages in Sussex. It is home to the Clergy House (which was the first ever property bought by the National Trust) and St Andrew's Church known as 'the Cathedral of the Downs'.
There are so many other places to visit locally including Drusillas Zoo Park known as one of the best small zoos in Europe, or visit Charleston, the home of the artists Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell (sister of Virginia Woolf). Walk around The Long Man of Wilmington or perhaps indulge in some retail therapy or a spot of lunch in the County Town of Lewes.
You can also take in an opera at the Glyndebourne Festival and enjoy a picnic in the grounds or dine in one of the on-site restaurants. There is so much to see and do in this beautiful part of the country.
Sitting-room with Snug with TV with Freeview, DVD player, CD player and wood-burner
Kitchen/Diner with induction hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble-drier, dishwasher and TV with Freeview
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5'), leading to Bedroom 2
Bedroom 2 with single bed (3') and en suite Bathroom with bath, shower attachment, WC and wash-basin (accessed through Bedroom 1)
Bedroom 3 with twin beds (3')
Bathroom with bath, shower attachment, WC and wash-basin
Please note there are some low doorways and beams.
- Dogs welcome
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- Telephone coin-box (incoming and local outgoing only) (At cost)
- No smoking
- Pub .5 miles
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Full oil-fired CH
- Logs for wood-burner
Danny Cottage is a lovely Grade II Listed thatched cottage bought from the National Trust.
Large sitting-room with welcoming wood-burner.
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.
Dogs love holidays too!
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!