Pickeridge Farm is perfect for family gatherings.
In the centre of the barn is Pickeridge Hall where everyone can dine, relax on the comfy sofas or play table-tennis.
There are two kitchens in this property, this one is in South Barn.
The ground floor open plan sleeping/dining/living room in North Barn is so spacious.
The family bedroom in South Barn has double doors that open onto the terrace and garden.
A cleverly designed interconnected barn situated on a 120-acre working farm.
Walkers will love the abundance of footpaths that lead from the door.
In a peaceful and secluded valley between West Hoathly and Ardingly.
Afternoon refreshments.
Plenty of outdoor space for everyone to enjoy.
Lots of seating for everyone.
How about yoga or Pilates?
To the back of Pickeridge Hall there is a very large ground floor open plan bedroom/living area featuring a king-size double bed, single bed and an en suite bathroom.
A lovely room for families.
There is a lounge area with a really comfortable sofa and huge Smart TV.
The en suite bathroom has a free-standing bath and walk-in shower.
The kitchen in North Barn which sits behind Pickeridge Hall has everything you need to create holiday meals.
Perfect for entertaining guests.
A large table where everyone can enjoy holiday meals together.
The open plan living/dining/sleeping space in the North Barn has a king-size double bed, dining table, sofa, TV and stairs leading to a mezzanine floor where there are two single beds.
The dining-table sits four.
Upstairs the mezzanine floor has two single beds.
North Barn has access to this lovely shower-room.
In the South Barn there is another lovely family room with king-size bed, single bed and doors that lead to the terrace and garden.
The en suite bathroom with bath and shower.
South Barn has a wonderful open plan living area.
A spacious kitchen and dining area.
The secure garden in South Barn is perfect for guests bringing a dog.
This twin room in South Barn is relaxing and contemporary.
This twin room in South Barn has lovely views over the garden.
Pickeridge Hall has access to a disabled WC and changing area.
Parking is opposite the barn along side this fence which borders the neighbour's property.
Direct access from the doorstep to some lovely walks around the farm including the High Weald Landscape Trail.
Say hello to the sheep but please remember to keep dogs on a lead.
Visit The Bluebell Railway. A great day out for the whole family.
Visit Wakehurst Place -  Kew’s wild botanic garden and home to the Millennium Seed Bank.
Ardingly Reservoir is only a few miles away.
Ardingly Reservoir (Ardingly Activity Centre) is great for water sports.
Visit Bolney Wine Estate.

Pickeridge Barn

5216

4.5 miles N of Haywards Heath / Sleeps 14 + cot

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

Here you'll find a traditional oak beamed pub with lovely gardens to enjoy in summer (deer sometimes visit) and cosy log fires in the winter months. They even have their own grape vines. Dogs are welcome.

Nearest beach

Here you'll find a shingle beach which sits in-between Shoreham-by Sea and Worthing. Dogs are allowed year round which is great for dog walkers as there's a vast swathe of compact sand exposed at low tide. The beach is popular with sailors, windsurfers and kite-surfers. Please note there is no lifeguard cover.

Nearest walk

This gentle walk will take you along the banks of the reservoir and through pretty countryside to several bird hides. This easy trail is one and a half miles long (return trip) and has benches along the route, perfect for picnics. Take a look at the Ardingly Activity Centre link for further details about this delightful walk.

Nearest town

In the High Weald Area of Outstanding Beauty, this pretty village sits to the south east of East Grinstead. Close to Ashdown Forest it's the ideal place to visit for walks, cycling, rambling or horse riding. If you'd like to experience a journey with a difference, the Bluebell Railway will take you back to the Victorian era with a steam train ride through the surrounding countryside.

Also nearby

Situated in the centre of the pretty village, this16th century pub has ample outdoor seating for summer days. Food is locally sourced and the menu changes depending on the season. The wine list is extensive and you will also find local sparkling wines available.

Ideally situated in the heart of the village, this pub offers lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and a takeaway menu. There's outdoor seating for summer months and a roaring log fire to warm your toes in winter. Bookings required for all diners.

If you're in the area a visit here is a must. You can pick your own seasonal fruit, shop for local produce and call in to the cafe for a well deserved break. Food is locally sourced and vegans, gluten and dairy free options are available.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

September 2022

Great breakfasts

Charming farm shop and cafe


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

June 2019

Oast Farm Shop

Excellent

A family run traditional village pub where food is cooked to order and dogs are welcome. There's a large outside terrace and inside the decor is warm and cosy.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

August 2023

Perfect

Lovely pub, fantastic service and great value for money. Will definitely be visiting again

Welcome to a 200 acre community owned farm where you can enjoy browsing in the farm shop for local produce including vegetables, dairy, bread and honey amongst other delights. There's also barista coffee served from a horsebox in the coffee barn and a wood burner to keep you toasty in winter.

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