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Cleeve Lodge

Holiday Cottage in Crowborough, Sussex

from £328 pwSleeps 4

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Cleeve Lodge Summary

Part of an attractive Victorian country house, Cleeve Lodge annex is compact and completely self-contained. With two attractive bedrooms this is an ideal base to explore nearby Royal Tunbridge Wells or Ashdown Forest. It's within easy walking distance of Crowborough town centre, with supermarkets, shops and a good leisure centre with pool. Sherlock Holmes fans will enjoy discovering the history of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, probably the town's most famous ever resident.

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Cleeve Lodge Holiday Accommodation

Cleeve Lodge sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms. 1 double room, 1 twin bedroom, bathroom with shower over. Parking

Ground Floor

Small dining room, sitting room sitting 4, TV & DVD.

Kitchen with fridge freezer, gas hob, built in double oven and microwave - view out to the garden

Utility Area with washing machine and tumble dryer

First Floor

Double bedroom (sleeps 2) with wardrobe

Twin bedroom (sleeps 2) with wardrobe

Family bathroom with shower over the bath, washbasin and WC


Courtyard garden with table and chairs. Please note guests have full private use of the owners' garden.

There is parking for 1 car on the private drive 20 yards away, and additional free on-street parking available close by.


Gas central heating


Local Information about Crowborough, Sussex

This beautiful part of England was the inspiration behind the Winnie-the-Pooh stories by A.A. Milne. So take the opportunity to tour 'Pooh Country' or walk with Llamas in Ashdown Forest, pop into Heaven Farm for tea and finish the day with a trip on a steam train at the Bluebell Railway.

Situated near Crowborough in the High Weald Area of Outstanding National Beauty. The town also boasts the Goldsmiths Leisure Center with swimming pool, gym, sauna, squash and badminton courts plus other activities including scuba diving. Golfers are spoiled for choice. Near enough to get there in your golf cart is the gently undulating 9-hole course and driving range at Boars Head Golf Centre just one of the 8 fine courses within a 5 mile radius. If you are very energetically inclined, Bowles Outdoor Center (1 mile) offers a wide range of pursuits from rock climbing to dry slope skiing.

Just a 15 minute drive from Royal Tunbridge Wells, the lovely Georgian spa town is well worth a visit and the shopping is extensive full of boutiques and individual shops! Or why not take a day trip to France, the Euro star Train from Ashford or the Channel Tunnel at Folkestone will transport you to a French location in record time - just don't forget to pack your passport!

A 30 minute drive away is Tonbridge, a thriving town with an excellent 42 minute train service to London Charing Cross or to the seaside at Hastings! Tonbridge Castle with its wonderful Gatehouse, takes you back almost 740 years! Set in landscaped gardens with picturesque grounds overlooking the River Medway, Tonbridge Castle is reputedly England's finest example of a Norman motte and bailey castle. Tours are available from the Tourist Information Centre. There is a great bookshop located in this part of Tonbridge, Mr Books, in a beautiful medieval building. Tonbridge even has its own theatre, The Oast Theatre inside the 19th Century Kentish oast house, with 10 productions every year!

Situated under a 30-minute drive from the coastline of Brighton, this holiday home 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 coast is little more than 30 minutes away with Brighton and the famous Royal Pavilion, Hastings, home to the largest beach based fishing fleet in Britain and Eastbourne with a seafront promenade virtually leading straight on to the foot of the beautiful South Downs and Beachy Head. If you fancy a theatre trip, London is less than an hour away from Eridge Station or if you are feeling adventurous visit Dieppe the prettiest of the French Channel Ports, and a well worth a visit from Newhaven Port, 30 minutes away.

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

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