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Castlemans The Nook

Holiday Cottage in Sedlescombe, Nr Battle, Sussex

from £198 pwSleeps 2

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Castlemans The Nook Summary

This charming cottage is situated in the heart a truly English village with traditional country pub, the Queen's Head Sedlescombe, local shops and wonderful walks in the countryside around the village perfect for a romantic getaway or a walking holiday. This cosy cottage has been beautifully furnished, and the owners have thought of your every need with comfortable beds, crisp linen and lots of cottage charm you would expect from such a charming period cottage. There is even a welcome pack to get your holiday stay off to a good start!

If you would like some guidance from our team on this property or help in finding the ideal holiday property please call our team on 01227 464958 or email.

Castlemans The Nook Holiday Accommodation

Castlemans The Nook: Sleeps 2 in 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, patio and parking.

Ground Floor

Living Room, flat screen TV with Freeview, Wood burner

Kitchen with gas oven and hob, microwave, washer/ dryer,

Dining room with seating for 4

First Floor

Double room with double bed, (sleeps 2)

Bathroom with bath with hand held shower, separate walk in shower


Patio garden with table and chairs seating 2


Off street parking aside The Nook for 1 car


Central heating

Guests receive a lovely Welcome Hamper on arrival including fresh farm eggs from the owners hens on site

Local Information about Sedlescombe, Nr Battle, Sussex

Sedlescombe is a little village in East Sussex about 7 miles north of Hastings. The river Brede runs through it and the Powdermill reservoir is nearby. If you're in the area take a trip down to the local organic vineyard, it was opened in 1979 making it the first organic vineyard and as of 2010 it is also the first biodynamic vineyard. Their wines have won several awards so if you're a fan of a glass of white, be sure to have a taste as their white wine has been voted 'Best Dry White'!

If you're looking to do something active, head down to the Sedlescombe Golf Club. With 6269 yards of land, its extensive properties contain a variety of obstacles, ponds and fairway bunkers making your game a real challenge.

Rated the top place to eat in Sedlescombe is the Dining Room at Claverton Country House. It has 100% positive feedback with beautiful grounds and an extensive 5* menu. The House also has lovely personal touches such as a Koi pond and pre drinks lounge where you can enjoy relaxing music.

Why not visit the recently opened Jerwood Gallery in Hastings, situated right on the seafront and nestled between the famous Hastings fishing huts and the historic old town. The Jerwood Gallery, little sister of the influential Jerwood Space in London, houses some of the most exciting paintings produced in the 20th and 21st centuries as well as supporting young artists through its charitable arm, the Jerwood Foundation. It is less than 15 minutes by car from the Nook.

Hastings is a short car drive away and has something to offer everyone, a traditional English seaside town steeped in history. The beach is the ideal place to sit and enjoy the sunshine on a hot summer's day followed by fish and chips from one of the plentiful fish and chip shops on the seafront. Why not visit the Shipwreck Museum,there are records that show that around 1,000 ships have been taken by the beaches of East Kent alone and many of them have been preserved and in good condition due to the soft sand and silt. The museum is open from 10-5 daily and admission tickets are only £1 per person!

Further along the coast is Battle in the heart of 1066 Country with many historic places to visit, castles and National Trust houses to explore and some of the most renowned gardens to see.Battle itself is a lovely, very English market town with the Abbey at its centre and the interesting and individual shops and restaurants wind up the hill of this attractive town - definitely worth an explore!

Further afield the cottage is within easy reach of both the long sandy beach at Camber with its excellent range of water sports and Bewl Water where again there are lots of water sports on offer, together with fishing and cycling.

For more ideas please visit our 'things to do' section on the website.

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