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Home Farm House

Holiday Cottage in Crowborough, Sussex

from £910 pwSleeps 10+2

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Home Farm House Summary

This charming home originates from the 18th century. Home Farm House is set in a very quiet country lane, with extensive grounds, its own heated swimming pool and stables. Escape from the world and explore the wonderful walks and scenery of the Ashdown Forest. Royal Tunbridge Wells with its extensive range of shops, restaurants and theatres is a 15 minute drive away. Tennis, golf and full sporting facilities are all nearby in Crowborough, as well as a main line station which brings you into London in around an hour.

The cottage has an elegant double aspect sitting room with a working inglenook fireplace. The modern kitchen is well equipped and there are 2 separate dining areas, the breakfast room seating 10 comfortably, or an impressive formal dining room perfect for entertaining.

There are plenty of separate garden areas in which to hide away or explore. The pool, with automatic cover, is in a very beautiful and completely private area of the garden. The owners use the pool discreetly, for example if you are out shopping for the day, but priority is given to you. A gym in one of the barns can also be made available by arrangement.

The house adjoins acres of woods where wild boar (enclosed), rheas and other birds and peacocks roam freely.

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.

Home Farm House Holiday Accommodation

Home Farm House: Sleeps 12 (10+2) in 6 bedrooms, 1 Family bathroom, 1 en-suite bathroom, 3 reception rooms. Large garden, outdoor heated swimming pool for use in summer with terrace, outside seating. Livery available by prior arrangement.

Ground Floor

Kitchen with large, AGA style range cooker with electric induction hob and electric oven, washing machine and dishwasher.

Breakfast room with extra fridge and flat screen TV.

Snug with large flat screen TV and futon (sleeps 2) and large cushions.

Sitting room with sofas, chairs, working fireplace.

Dining room with large dining table and seating for 12.

Cloakroom with WC and hand washbasin.

Single bedroom (sleeps 1)

First Floor

Family bathroom

Master bedroom 1 kingsize double bed (sleeps 2) ensuite bathroom

Bedroom 2 - 1 double bed (sleeps 2)

Bedroom 3 - 1 single bed (sleeps 1)

Bedroom 4 - 1 twin room, (sleeps 2)

Bedroom 5 - bunk beds, singles (sleeps 2)

Family bathroom with shower over, wc and basin


Gas BBQ 

Swimming Pool and Jacuzzi



Gas central heating

Local Information about Crowborough, Sussex

There is much to see and do in this lovely part of Sussex. Crowborough is a charming country town, famous for the fact that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle who wrote Sherlock Holmes lived here.

Situated on the edge of the Ashdown Forest, Crowborough is a fabulous base for exploring the countryside and walking over the forest. You and your own Christopher Robin can explore the Enchanted Place, throw sticks from the Poohsticks Bridge or take a cream tea (with plenty of honey) at Piglet's tearooms. There is even a Winnie the Pooh shop in Hartfield, which is a short drive away.

The spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells is only 15 minutes away with a huge array of shops and great places to eat out plus two theatres, a museum and art galleries. There is a cinema complex which holds a bowling alley and restaurants so plenty of fun for the children if the weather is not so good.

There is also a dry ski slope just 15 minutes away, Bowles Outdoor Centre which also has fabulous rock climbing possibilities. For sports enthusiasts, the area has an abundance of golf and tennis clubs, riding and walking possibilities.

If you fancy a flutter, Plumpton races are just over half an hour away and nearby Lewes has a medieval castle on a hill top waiting for you to explore while admiring the views across this pretty and historic town. For opera lovers, Glyndebourne is only half an hour away and provides opera in a fabulous and world famous setting.

The cosmopolitan city of Brighton is a forty five minute drive away, where you will find an eclectic mix of individual shops and boutiques, trendy bars and numerous restaurants, not forgetting the famous pier with traditional fun fair rides and fish and chip shops. For families, both the Bluebell steam Railway and Drusilla's zoo offer a really special day out.

There are many truly English villages with picturesque houses and traditional English pubs to explore - this is England at its best and we don't think you will be disappointed!

For further ideas please look at the Things to do section of the website.

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