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Little Marshfoot Self Catering

Little Marshfoot Self Catering in Hailsham

£450.00 - £550.00 (per week)
Little Marshfoot Farmhouse
Mill Road
Hailsham
East Sussex
BN27 2SJ
01323 844 690
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Tucked away in the grounds of a former farmhouse overlooking the Pevensey Levels, the accommodation has been designed to promote environmental building techniques and standards whilst at the same time achieving the highest levels of comfort and quality. Fully centrally heated, the light and airy open plan sitting/dining room/kitchen is fully equipped with fridge freezer, dishwasher, washer/tumble drier, microwave, gas hob and electric fan oven. Sleeping four people, there are two bedrooms, each with its own en-suite shower, TV/Video, radio/alarm and hairdryer. A CD Player and DVD are also available. A cot, child’s bed, baby bath and high chair can be provided on request. There is free WIFI/ISDN connection to the internet for those who need to keep in touch with their e-mails. A Welcome Pack comprising tea, coffee, biscuits and milk is waiting for guests on their arrival. The market town of Hailsham which is well supplied with all amenities is only a mile away. Of particular interest is the restored Art Deco cinema which shows all the latest films, and the Leisure Centre with a swimming pool and flume. The building is strictly non-smoking. We have a wide variety of garden games including croquet, chess, giant snakes and ladders, giant pick up sticks, and hi-tower, and a gas barbecue is available for use in the summer. With views out over the fields the south facing ‘loggia’ captures the morning sun and is a delightful location for eating ‘al fresco’ at any time of the day whilst enjoying the mature garden or watching a game of croquet or just the visiting birds and other wildlife. Only seven miles from the sea and the South Downs National Park, this secluded and peaceful venue is well located for touring Sussex, Kent and the Home Counties. Eastbourne, Hastings, Lewes, Tunbridge Wells, Battle, Rye and Brighton are all towns which merit a visit, and there is an hourly train service to London from the local station.

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