Boreham House, The StablesBoreham Hill, Boreham Street, East Sussex, BN27 4SF, England
Formerly the stables and coach house, this lovely building has been converted into an extremely cosy self-catering cottage, the modern interiors compliment the many original features which were retained during the renovation process.
The living and dining quarters are open-plan, allowing for maximum comfort and practicality. The kitchen has been cleverly integrated and is fully fitted with all the white goods one would need, as well as a well-stocked hospitality tray when you arrive.
The double and twin/super king bedrooms are spread over two floors, the latter of which is in what was the hayloft and the former on the ground floor alongside both bathrooms, one of which has a bath and the other a walk-in shower.
All the mattresses are handmade, pocket sprung and complete with luxury Egyptian linen. There is an HD TV as well as WiFi throughout and a patio area, with table and chairs, two recliners and a BBQ.
There is free on-site parking for one car, all guests are most welcome to enjoy the gardens and grounds at their leisure. Minimum 2 nights booking, unfortunately, no pets allowed. Children of all ages welcome.
- Free off-street parking
- Free Wifi
- Places of Historical Interest
Minimum 2-night booking
£85 - £165 per night
Up to 4 persons
Discounted Nightly Rates: 3 nights 18%, 4/5 nights 30%, 6 nights 35%, 7 nights 40%
Ideally situated for discovering East Sussex and Kent with wonderful walks (the 1066 path is adjacent), fabulous beaches, glorious gardens, National Trust properties, 1066 landmarks, castles, museums and other places of interest. Visitors to Glyndebourne or the many other festivals and shows taking place each summer will find Boreham House the perfect base.
Simon & Sara Parker
- Bio : Sara and Simon both love entertaining and nothing is too much trouble, including making reservations for guests at local pubs and restaurants. Simon is a business consultant and Sara left her career in higher education, having worked in the Middle East and Africa, once the restoration was complete. They also have a charming Norfolk terrier called Rosie.