Boreham HouseBoreham Hill, Boreham Street, East Sussex, BN27 4SF, England
Award-winning 5-star hospitality on the doorstep of 1066 country
This delightful Grade II listed Georgian Lodge was the local apothecary, before being lovingly and sympathetically transformed into a luxurious bed and breakfast. Perched upon a ridge, it offers magnificent views over the very best of Sussex countryside in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Nestled within two acres of grounds, expect to find woodland, a walled garden bursting with colour and an avenue of lime trees welcoming you as you arrive. Be sure to ask Simon for a personal tour and to recount his collection of local stories during your stay!
As a 5-star B&B attention to detail is evident throughout this superb country house, which is a stylish mix of antiques and classically modern furniture, coupled with lovely colour schemes and soft furnishings.
As the afternoon ends help yourself to the home-baked goods left on the landings before visiting the ‘Snug’, the perfect location to read, relax or even play the piano! All three rooms are spacious, comfortable and well appointed, with each named after a small piece of local history. Breakfast is generous and consists of locally sourced ingredients served in the elegant dining room.
Boreham House suggests
Wonderful views over the High Weald and the Pevensey marshes make this grade II Georgian mansion an elegant home from home, with a village pub a short stroll away.
- Building of Historical Interest
- Free off-street parking
- Free Wifi
- National Park
- Places of Historical Interest
- Opening Times: closed at Christmas
- Tel: +44 (0) 1323 833 719
- Mob: +44 (0)7809 383482
- Price Range: from £80
Room rate, based on 2 people sharing, including breakfast
1 Super King (6') Woolner Suite/Family Suite (en suite) - £110 - £170
1 Super King (6')/Twin Ashburnham B&B Room (en suite) - £90 - £140
1 Double (4'6") Kingswell B&B Room (en suite) - £80 - £120
Single Occupancy - 20% less than total room rate.
Children Supplement of 10% per child (max 2, 15 and under)
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. Should summer visitors want to look around gardens take a look at the Boreham House Garden Guide.
Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence 2019, AA Friendliest B&B of the Year Finalist Awards 2019 - 2020, The Beautiful South Awards for Excellence, Gold 2018 - 2019, AA Guest House 5 Star Gold Award 2018
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.