4 Roberts Row is a delightful cottage bursting with character, situated in the small hamlet of Beckley with easy access to the popular town of Rye.
This beautiful terraced cottage retains many original features including beamed ceilings and a stone floor and has been lovingly furnished with a nautical theme, just perfect for couples or friends looking for a relaxing break in the 1066 countryside.
As you enter the sitting/dining-room you are welcomed with a cosy wood-burner and comfy seating making it an ideal room to relax in after a busy day exploring.
Cook up a feast in the country-style kitchen and enjoy your meal in the sitting/dining-room or perhaps al fresco in the lovely cottage garden.
The steep stairs lead up to the two bedrooms. There is a small double bedroom and steps to the bathroom and main bedroom.
The rear garden has a patio and a decking area where you can enjoy those warm summer evenings with a glass or two of your favourite tipple.
Unrestricted roadside parking is nearby.
Beckley has a pub, The Rose and Crown, and you are not far from the vibrant town of Rye, one of the ancient Cinque Ports where you can purchase some locally-caught fish or wander the cobbled streets where there are several public houses, tea rooms and an array of antiques shops.
Relax on the golden beach of Camber Sands or take a trip to Winchelsea beach which is popular for its bird life and rock pools.
Explore Hastings and wander the winding streets of the Old Town and take the East Hill Lift up to Hastings Country Park or the West Hill Lift where you can experience some wonderful views.
Other places to visit include Bewl Water, Bedgebury Forest, Great Dixter House and Gardens, Bodiam Castle, Rye Castle Museum, Sissinghurst Castle, Camber Castle, Bodiam River Boats, Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, Rudyard Kipling's House Batemans, Dungeness, Winchelsea Beach, Battle Abbey, Smallhythe Place, and the Kent and Sussex Railway to name just a few.
Sitting/Dining-room with Smart TV, DVD player and wood-burner
Kitchen with dual fuel range (gas hob, electric oven), microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6'')
Bedroom 2 with double bed (4'6")
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Outside Access to
Outhouse with washing machine/drier and freezer
Due to the age of the property it has very steep stairs with a rope banister, uneven floors and some low beams in places and would not be suitable for those with limited mobility or for those who are tall. Please note that the bed in the smaller bedroom can only be accessed from one side, and a maximum of three are accommodated. Take care crossing the road to the property in the dark. A torch is advisable. PLEASE NOTE: There are no check-ins on a Sunday.
- Dogs welcome (2 small dogs only)
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Parking on road
- No smoking
- Pub 1.5 miles
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- 4 electric storage heaters
4 Roberts Row (on the left with the grey door).
The cosy sitting/dining-room with an inviting wood-burner for those chilly afternoons and evenings.
The country-style kitchen with range cooker has everything you need to create that special meal.
The delightful main bedroom.
Sit back and relax in the cottage garden.
The front garden has a bench where you can sit and watch the world go by.
After a busy day exploring, cuddle up and enjoy your favourite bottle of wine.
The country-style kitchen.
Time to get cooking.
The kitchen has a stable-door leading to the back garden.
The perfect place to catch the sun and enjoy afternoon tea.
Enjoy romantic meals together.
Time for a brew.
The smaller double room with countryside views of the back garden.
It has so much character.
The main bedroom oozes character.
Breakfast in bed anyone?
A lovely bathroom.
Steep stairs lead to the bedrooms and bathroom.
The utility-room which houses a washing machine and additional freezer.
Sit on the decking at the bottom of the garden with a book, a glass of bubbly and listen to the birdsong.
Visit the medieval town of Rye.
Explore Rye Nature Reserve.
A picnic at Camber Sands.
Day trips to Bodiam Castle.
Visit the town of Battle and its beautiful abbey.
Visit Dungeness a favourite with artists and nature lovers.