About the property
Ash cottage is one of five cosy, mews-style, single-storey cottages with stunning views of the Sussex countryside. The cottage is self-contained, fully-furnished, with a fully-equipped kitchen, and is ideal for families or couples wanting to holiday together yet still retain some independence. The patio doors from this cottage open onto a picturesque decking area with garden furniture, perfect for a morning coffee or afternoon tea.
All our cottages are within 2 miles of Nutley village, which has two great restaurants and a small convenience store, and the nearby town of Uckfield, with larger shops, pubs and amenities, including a cinema and indoor pool. This property is also only a short distance from the south coast, with the seaside resorts of Brighton and Eastbourne both less than an hour’s drive away.
Outside: This cottage is set within the 11 acre enclosed grounds of Nutley Edge, which includes a designated dog paddock.
There are also our two resident Goats – Popcorn and George whom reside in the paddock directly behind the mews cottages. We ask that guests and dogs do not enter the goat paddock at any time.
Amenities: Ample parking on the site. Bed linen, towels, WIFI and electric / central heating included. Included is an arrival pack of tea, coffee, sugar and milk. No smoking in the cottages. Pets welcome at a fee of £35 per dog and a maximum of two per cottage.
Additional info: Short breaks welcome.
This single-storey cottage has an entrance hall with the two bedrooms leading off either side. These can be made up as twin or super king rooms to suit requirements. Further down the corridor is the wet room with shower and WC. There is a lounge/diner – large open-plan room with TV, DVD, WIFI. Stunning views of the countryside from patio doors. Kitchen: with fridge/freezer, electric cooker and hob, washing machine, microwave, kettle, ironing board and iron, and cutlery/cooking utensils.
Outside: Our decking area has decking divides so if you are one family you can be enclosed or if you have one or more mews cottages in a row then there is a gate between each to make a shared decking area with garden furniture.