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Roman Way

Holiday Cottage in Kingston, Sussex

from £221 pwSleeps 2

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Roman Way Summary

A peaceful retreat for two in a superb location within an area of outstanding natural beauty. Adjoining the owners house yet enjoying seclusion, with added personal touches provided by the owner giving this comfortable apartment a homely feel.

A lovely private decked area to the side of the apartment, with garden furniture and potted foliage, it offers stunning views over the South Downs National Park. It really is a place where you can switch off, relax and get back to nature. If you enjoy walking or hiking, Roman Way is within a few hundred yards of the 'South Downs Way' which is part of the 80 mile long distance walk from Eastbourne to Winchester! Attached to the owners house, it's a well looked after property for a perfect get away.

If you would like some guidance from our team on this property or help in finding the ideal holiday property please call our team on01227 464958oremail.


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.

Roman Way Holiday Accommodation

Roman Way: sleeps 2 in 1 bedroom with private outside area.

Ground Floor

Kitchen with Oven 

Lounge/dining room

Bedroom (sleeps 2) with en-suite shower room  ( if you would like the double as twin beds, please request)

Outside

Private decked area with garden furniture 

Services

Wi-Fi

Local Information about Kingston, Sussex

This 4 star holiday cottage is just a short stroll from the small peaceful village of Kingston with fewer than 1000 inhabitants. The village boasts just a 15th Century church and an equally old traditional village pub, namely The Juggs, leased by the notorious Shepard Neame. 'A pub for the family where children can dwell, there's swings and a slide and parking as well'. With a lovely garden for summer and a cosy fire for winter, it is a great place for a delicious meal.

The charming market town of Lewes, with it's Castle and historic buildings is just two miles away. There are excellant shops as well as many pubs and restaurants catering for a wide variety of tastes. With a fast train service to London every hour from Lewes, you will not be short of things to do at Roman Way. You can visit the exciting capital for a day of shopping or to see the sights.

With walks leading from the door to the glorious countryside around the property one can also visit the many National Trust properties, award winning vineyards, picturesque villages, the regency splendour of Brighton and much much more - you may even run out of time.

Situated only 8 miles drive from Brighton, Roman Way is within easy reach of the hustle and bustle of the city with all its entertainment, shopping and restaurants, but far enough away for some peace and tranquility. Brighton is a treasure trove of things to do and places to go. Vibrant, colourful and fun, Brighton offers the energy of the city and freedom of the sea. It really is unique. From the stunning heritage of the Royal Pavilion, Regency architecture and Victorian aquariums to the seaside fun of Brighton Pier, the Brighton Wheel and the famous pebble beach. Brighton offers something for every walk of life.

For those who love browsing, it's a treat to explore the Lanes in Brighton with their quirky shops and boutiques. The main shopping area of Churchill Square is only a stone's throw away. Brighton is renowned for its culture, with the Theatre Royal and the Brighton Dome there is an abundance of entertainment. Each May, England's 'city on the edge' hosts three packed weeks of prestigious premieres, international commissions, daring collaborations and memorable performances from the worlds of dance, music, theatre, visual arts, books and outdoor spectacle. The international Opera house at Glyndebourne is within 15 minutes drive.

You'll also find a world of beautiful Sussex countryside, castles, country houses, parks, forts and gardens just moments from the city of Brighton. Recognised for its natural beauty the South Downs have also recently been awarded National Park status, which is the ideal place to walk or cycle. The perfect complement to a buzzing city, these areas allow you to escape to a scenic, tranquil world of down lands, footpaths, bridleways and byways. Take a walk in the Brighton countryside, on the bus, cycle into Kipling's Rottingdean or join a woodland trail. The opportunities are endless. You'll also find an abundance of plants, animals and wildlife both within the city limits and amidst the countryside around Brighton and Hove, all just moments from the city.

If you want to know more about Brighton during your stay at Roman Way, we can organise your own personal 'Greeter' to show you the sights and give you a personal insight into their home town. This can be arranged free of charge, in a variety of languages and can concentrate on your particular area of interest - for example the history of the City, or the best shopping areas!


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