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The Old Dairy

Sleeps 2
3 dogs
1 bedroom
1 bathroom

An ideal, cosy location for couples for touring Sussex and with easy access by train to London.. All on the ground floor.

Open plan living space.

Living area: With wood burner, TV, DVD player and CD player.

Dining area.

Kitchen area: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.

Bedroom: With kingsize bed and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet.. Gas central heating and electric underfloor heating included. Cot and highchair. Enclosed courtyard with terrace, garden furniture and barbecue. Private parking for 1 car. . Electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial logs for wood burner provided. 32-acre farmland (shared). No smoking.. Set in the heart of 1066 country and the High Weald, Netherfield Hill Farm, a fully operational small holding of 32 acres of glorious farmland and a beautiful back drop native woodlands. From wonderfully styled and spacious, Old Dairy (26238) you can while away the time in the most peaceful and tranquil surroundings, watching the livestock grazing in the pasture. Poachers View (UKC2488) has a cosy wood burner and open plan living space and The Hayloft (UKC2489) has a decked verandah for enjoying the views. Within a short amble or so, you can stroll the plethora of woodland dog walking tracks and paths and enjoy the beautiful High Weald Sussex landscapes, fabulous bluebell woods (April), and some stunning treks across the most beautiful countryside.

Be sure to explore the historic sites the county has to offer, including the magnificent Battle Abbey (English Heritage) and the 1066 Battlefield where one of the best known events in English history occurred, and where the battle re-enactment takes place (October) as well as the vast Battle Bonfire Society’s magnificent firework celebration (November). Battle is an attractive market town with many restaurants, tea rooms, galleries and a train station which provides good connections to London for further sightseeing opportunities.

A short drive takes you to the cosmopolitan seaside town of Hastings, where you can visit the ruins of Hastings castle, once home to William the Conqueror, and see the quirky buildings and famous Fisherman’s huts and Maritime Museum found along The Stade. Hastings has reputedly, the largest offshore Fishing Fleet in Europe, it is highly recommended that you should indulge yourself with locally caught seafood, along with visits to the Food festivals (September) and Beer and Music festivals (July) and other local festivals throughout the year. There are some fantastic pubs and restaurants serving the finest local fayre, equally with views over the most breathtaking and far reaching scenery. There are, within a short drive, many National Trust sites from Sheffield Park, Batemans, Sissinghurst Castle, Scotney Castle, Chartwell House Ightam Mote and Knowle Park and House just to name a few. Other wonderful sites include the seven ‘Mad’ Jack Fuller’s Follies dotted around the High Weald countryside from the Pyramid mausoleum in the churchyard at Brightling, the Sugar Loaf, Observatory, Tower and Temple. There is a farm shop on site for award winning home reared meats and produce. Shop and restaurant 2 miles, pub 1½ miles.

These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 8 guests.

Features

Woodburner / Fire
Parking Available
Dog Friendly Plus
BBQ
Detached
Garden / Patio
Rural
WiFi
Accessibility Features
Dishwasher
High Chair
Romantic
TV
Cot / Travel Cot
Washing Machine
Fishing Nearby

Reviews

“Brilliant location especially when you have 3 dogs beautiful walks on the doorstop.”
— R, 2 October 2022
“We had a lovely relaxing holiday and walks on the door step for the dog were amazing. Everything you need is in the cottage. Bed is very comfortable”
— Claire, 11 September 2022
“We enjoyed our weeks holiday in this quiet locationlovely to unwind and return home refreshed. The cottage served us well with its comfortable decor and very accommodating owners. Sincere thanks. Jill c”
— Jill, 6 September 2022
“Lovely quite location had a relaxing weekend. Lovely views from the old dairy. Kitchen table a bit big for 2 people could get away with something smaller. Overall well equipped, sofa not very comfortable but OK. Bedroom plenty big enough with comfy bed. Garden could do with a bit of colour needs tlc. Fox came into Garden just after dark so beware if you have dogs,lucky ours were fast asleep after their evening walks. Pity we didn't get to meet the owners. Would definitely recommend a stay at this cottage.”
— Penelope, 3 August 2022
“Everything you have like home, love the cottage. Ed and Claire owners look after your needs. Will be back next year oh dog friendly loads of walks.”
— Jim, 31 July 2022
“second time there, great place to stay with our 2 dogs plenty places to walk the dogs”
— garry, 26 June 2022
“Lovely cottage,quiet and peaceful location,close to historic Battle.highly recommended.”
— Christopher, 13 June 2022
“We had an absolutely fantastic week in The Old Dairy; it is extremely well equipped, appointed and cosy, complimented by breathtaking views across to the old wind mill and the lush green countryside. We all loved the tranquility of the place and our three doggies have never been so chilled on holiday . Brilliant hosts and very responsive to any enquiries. We are very much looking forward to our next stay in The Old Dairy.”
— Bridget, 24 May 2022
“Loved being able to get away from it all at the old dairy. Lovely place to relax and there are great walks nearby for the dogs.”
— Shenton, 8 May 2022
“Excellent. Definitely booking again soon. ”
— Shellie, 11 April 2022
“Lovely comfortable and warm cottage in pleasant surroundings. Definitely recommend.”
— Marina, 4 April 2022
“A very comfortable property. Peaceful and just what we needed.”
— Vicky, 29 March 2022
“The cottage was perfect for us and the two dogs with an enclosed outside area to both sit out and for the dogs to lie in. The cottage was beautifully warm and had everything to hand,set in lovely countryside but a stones throw from Battle with lots of ammeities and attractions. We had some superb meals in the pubs recommended by the cottage owners and it was all very dog friendly. Geautiful beaches nearby to walk the dogs as well as local forest trails. Loved it!”
— Nancy, 27 March 2022

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