Our Sussex Holiday Cottages have been attractively converted from Victorian cart-horse stabling into self-catering holiday cottages with exposed beams and flint walls. The holiday cottages form a courtyard around a lawn in the old farmyard, with one of the largest 17th century Tithe barns in Sussex. Overlooking the courtyard is the impressive stone built Grade II listed farmhouse mentioned as part of the manor of ‘Sillingstone’ in the Domesday Book of 1086.
The surrounding Sussex countryside is outstanding and the working farm is at the heart of the South Downs National Park.
Good-sized, outdoor heated swimming pool, open during the summer months, newly resurfaced tennis court and table tennis table are available throughout your stay. Guests staying in our idyllic country cottages can enjoy many footpaths and walks on the farm including the South Downs Way. If you are looking for a holiday place to enjoy (rather than just sleep) then these lovely self-catering country cottages are ideal!
Sorry, no pets.