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Self-Catering in Cowbeech

Beechcroft, Cowbeech, Sussex


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Four luxurious fully equipped detached cottages for 2 to 17 guests in an exquisite setting. Sympathetically converted to an exceptional standard from period farm buildings in a beautiful tranquil position on the edge of the village of Cowbeech, the properties enjoy open southerly views across a small lake to rolling pasture and woodland.

The Bull Pen - 2 Guests
The Byre - 4 Guests
The Oast House - 5 Guests
The Granary - 6 Guests
The Bull Pen and adjoining Cart Lodge provide flexibility, either as separate comfortable and spacious accommodation for 2, or dining space with covers for up to 17 guests if all the properties are taken.
Full oil fired central heating, Sandyford Cookers, dishwashers washing machines, TVs, DVDs.
Sorry no children under 5 due to close proximity of small lake. No smokers. Sorry no dogs.

Beechcroft is the ideal venue for family celebrations. There is much to see and do in this unspoiled area. There is an excellent pub a 3-minute walk away with a wide choice of other good food hostelries in villages nearby.


Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 4
Unit Type: Cottages
Price Guide: 390 (sleeps 2/low) - 1015 (sleeps 6/high)
Nearest Major Town: Hailsham
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Shop Nearby - 2 miles
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Telephone - Incoming only
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