A Charming cosy Edwardian cottage with a very comfortable double room upstairs and exclusive use of the toilet/shower room downstairs. Hurstpierpoint is a delightful, picturesque village in the South Downs National Park. There are excellent eateries nearby; The White Horse, Morleys, The Nupur, New Inn, and Fig Tree with the renowned Ginger Fox is only 5 mins by car. A DIY breakfast (eggs/cereals/toast/preserves) is included; feel free to make yourselves tea or coffee anytime.
“It was great to arrive at Liz’s place after travelling for 26 hours from Australia and although I arrived quite late Liz was extremely welcoming and took the time to show me everything I needed. The cottage provided great warmth and comfort from the chilly evening and an extremely comfortable bed meant for a great night’s sleep. With a help yourself breakfast of eggs, cereal, toast, tea and coffee it has everything you need to get ready for the day. Liz even dropped me at my next location which was not expected or required but was a brilliant touch. She is a lovely lady who wants to make you as comfortable as possible. Thanks so much Liz!”
Fully self contained private studio room with kitchenette and shower toilet , easy walking distance from town centre and access to south downs national park. New Haven ferry 25 mins.
“Caroline is the consummate host, and she’s thought of everything to make her studio room perfect. She very kindly accommodated my changing plans and was always available to answer my questions. The studio is light, airy, modern, clean, comfortable and well-equipped. The kitchen has everything needed, including an induction hob and oven/microwave combo. The only thing lacking is a freezer compartment in the mini fridge, but the trade-off there is that the fridge is absolutely silent with no annoying compressor noises. There’s a slight privacy issue with the foot traffic just outside the main window, but I found it manageable. There’s easy access both to challenging hill walks and level riverside walks, as well as historic attractions and plenty of shops, both chain and independent. There’s bus service nearby if you need to leave town, but the center of Lewes itself is just a short walk away. I would have been happy to have stayed longer if the studio hadn't been, unsurprisingly, fully booked after me. Highly recommended for a stay of any length.”
Away from the main house, it's a comfortable, compact and entirely private en-suite annex room for a single person, cosy & warm in winter, light & airy in summer. Ideal for work or business related visits, keen walkers, surfers, cyclists etc.. Tea/coffee/biscuits, cereals, muesli, fruit basket and more, all checked & replenished daily. Crockery/cutlery, kettle, toaster, small fridge, reading matter, TV, wi-fi, small iron & tabletop ironing board. Complimentary wine on arrival.
“Lovely, quiet space - ideal for one. Lots of little extras which really help you feel at home such a breakfast and fresh fruit. Very welcoming and helpful. Mobile phone reception a bit hit and miss which isn’t unusual for this part of Devon. Would happily stay and again and would recommend to others.”