This characterful cottage is located in Gingers Green just outside the village of Herstmonceux, with beautiful views of the Sussex countryside and South Downs. It's the perfect retreat for couples of all ages.
As you enter through the stable-door you will find space for coats and walking boots before heading into the open plan living area with its oak beams, delightful wood-burning stove and creative decor all of which add to its charm. The kitchen is well-equipped with an electric hob and oven, perfect for preparing meals which can be enjoyed at the dining-table. Curl up on the sofas, watch films, read a book, or simply admire the views of the garden and fields beyond.
Double doors from the living area open to the garden. It's a peaceful spot to sit on a summer evening, al fresco dining or toasting marshmallows over the fire-pit whilst listening to the evening bird song and sounds of mother nature.
When the land of nod calls, retire to the bedroom which has dual-aspect windows, a lovely comfortable bed, and an en suite shower-room.
The cottage is only a short drive from the village of Herstmonceux where there are a couple of shops, restaurants, a coffee shop and pub. Herstmonceux is also home to the Observatory Science Centre and picturesque medieval moated castle.
There are some lovely walks and cycle paths nearby including a Green Lane which is adjacent to the cottage. Other popular routes include the Cuckoo Trail, South Downs National Park, and the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The market town of Hailsham is nearby and has several supermarkets including a Waitrose, independent shops, pubs, and restaurants. The nearest train station is Polegate, which has services to London Victoria and Gatwick Airport. 1066 Country is only a stone's throw away so why not visit the historic town of Battle, with its abbey ruins, battlefield and several independent shops, pubs, and restaurants.
The coast is only a short drive away. Visit Eastbourne, Hastings, Pevensey Bay, Birling Gap or a little further afield, Brighton or Camber Sands. Eastbourne's Sovereign Harbour is a lovely place to watch the boats, enjoy a meal, or take a boat trip to see the iconic cliffs at Beachy Head.
Get tickets to Glyndebourne and picnic in the wonderful grounds or enjoy a day exploring National Trust Houses, Castles, and Gardens. Visit Charleston House, The Clergy House in Alfriston, Lewes Castle, Michelham Priory, Pevensey Castle, or Rudyard Kipling's home at Batemans.
However you decide to spend your days here in Sussex, Gingers Green Coach House is the perfect bolthole for all your holiday adventures.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV, record player and wood-burner. Electric cooker and fridge with ice-box
Utility-room with washing machine and dishwasher
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Bedroom with double bed (4'6") and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
There is a country lane followed by a short stone drive to the entrance of the property. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- No pets
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 1 car
- Superfast WiFi
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Picnic table and fire-pit
- Full oil-fired CH (partial under-floor)
Welcome to Gingers Green Coach House, a lovely property in the heart of the Sussex countryside.
A characterful cottage complete with countryside views and a delightful with wood-burning stove.
Enjoy lazy mornings with breakfast in bed.
A lovely spot to cook and dine.
Lose yourself in the garden and the little meadow.
The perfect retreat for couples of all ages.
The open plan living area is so light and airy.
Play LPs on the record player and dance the night away!
Double doors open to the garden.
There is everything you need to rustle up your favourite meals.
The bedroom is a welcoming retreat.
It has an en suite shower-room.
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Doors leading to the garden and cloakroom.
There is a lovely big garden to enjoy.
Afternoon tea with a view.
Spend quality time together.
Entrance to the little meadow.
Parking on the horseshoe drive.
Lots of unusual lights and interesting decor.
The map in the utility-room has information on lots of places to visit in Sussex and Kent.
Put on your hiking boots, there is a Green Lane adjacent to the cottage.
Take a wander to the village of Herstmonceux.
Explore Herstmonceux Castle.
The Observatory Science Centre.
Visit the town of Battle and its beautiful Abbey.
Take a wander around Pevensey Castle.
Walk or cycle the South Downs National Park.
Get tickets to Glyndebourne and enjoy a picnic in the grounds.
Visit the seaside town of Eastbourne.
The chalk cliffs at Birling Gap.