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B and Bs in Sedlescombe

Kester House Bed & Breakfast
Sedlescombe
Sussex

TN33 0QB | View map
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Kester House is located in the East Sussex village of Sedlescombe at the foot of the Green just a quick walk from its friendly local pub that dates back to the 14th century. In fact, in this picturesque conservation village there many 14th, 15th and 16th century timber framed and thatched roofed houses lining the main street. We are 7 miles from the sea at Hastings with the ancient town of Rye, several castles, beautiful gardens and historic houses within a 20 minute drive. The perfect base to explore Sussex and Kent.

We have 3 letting rooms in our home. One with a four poster bed and en-suite, one with a private sitting room with sofa bed and private bathroom and the third being a small double that also has its own private bathroom. Our rooms are tastefully designed with your comfort and enjoyment in mind, with contemporary bathrooms that complement the period features. Each room captures a different aspect of the old world charm and the historic character of Kester House and this part of England. The sitting room has an open fire and the adjacent dining room leads to a courtyard garden. Period features abound with surprisingly high ceilings and many exposed Sussex oak beams and other quirky elements, so you will soon feel part of the history of the house.

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