Decked area leading to the kitchen with dining area
First floor: Kitchen with dining area
First floor: Kitchen with dining area
First floor: Sitting room with wood burning stove
First floor: Sitting room with wood burning stove
Ground floor: Entrance hall
Ground floor: Double bedroom with 6' zip and link bed
Ground floor: Double bedroom with 6' zip and link bed
Ground floor: Wet room with wc
First floor: Wet room with wc
Patio
Decked area leading to kitchen with dining area
Piddinghoe village church
The Seven Sisters Country Park and visitor centre at Cuckmere is a must for any visit
Brighton with its many popular attractions

Brooks Lodge (Sussex)

2 nights min. stay

from £462

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At a glance

Sleeps 4
Property type Villa
Changeover day Flexible
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Min # of nights 2
Arrival time 16:00
Departure time 10:00

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The Lodge is a fine contemporary extension attached to an 18th century flint barn on the outskirts of Piddinghoe village. Situated on a private farm estate with amazing rural views, Brooks Lodge is the proud winner of a Sussex Heritage Award in 2013 and a Quality in Tourism, Five Star Gold Award in 2018.

Discover the breath-taking natural beauty of the South Downs, from Brooks Lodge at Chapel Barn. The Lodge is an architect and interior designed, contemporary extension attached to an 18th century flint barn on the outskirts of Piddinghoe village. It is situated on a private farm estate and has beautiful, rural views. The River Ouse is a stone's throw away and it meanders its way up the river valley towards the historic county town of Lewes about five miles away.

Brooks Lodge was completed in February 2012. The property won a Sussex Heritage Award in 2013 due to its well executed and interesting contemporary extension to the original flint barn. More recently in 2018, 'Quality in Tourism' awarded the property a Five Star Gold Award.

The use of sympathetic but modern materials produced an extraordinary dwelling, allowing the rural landscape to be visible from all the large windows. It has been designed to the utmost ecological requirements and is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The lodge sits comfortably in the rural landscape due to the use of the traditional materials of flint, slate and bricks.The property, whilst attached to the main dwelling, has its own private entrance and courtyard garden. Guests have mentioned that the property has an air of calm. Every room is generously proportioned with relaxing, elegant furniture. The master bedroom has french doors which open onto its own small deck with table and chairs. The deck overlooks the adjoining barn with its courtyard garden and pond. On the first floor the kitchen/dining room has large folding, sliding doors which opens the side of the house onto a large deck and upper lawn.
This holiday cottage at a glance

Sleeps four guests.
Two bedrooms on the ground floor and two wet rooms.
Wood burning stove.
Terraced garden.
Ample parking.
Sorry, no pets.
WiFi.
Minimum of a two night stay.

Additional features

Designed and built using sustainable materials. (Please see layout/equipment for further information).
Natural oak floors with underfloor heating throughout.
Electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine.
TV with freesat, DVD, digital radio, iPod docking station.
Cot and high chair available on request.
Barbecue and garden furniture.

Attractions and nearby amenities

Brooks Lodge is about three miles from the south coast, 11 miles from Brighton and within easy access of Eastbourne.
The gateway to Europe from Newhaven Port is three miles with the railway station adjacent to the port. London Victoria is one hour by train. Alternatively there is a station in Lewes.
The nearest pub is about three miles' walk along the riverside. Lewes and Kingston also have good pubs with great food, about six miles away.
Just step out of the door and guests can ramble on many public footpaths that walkers always love at any time of the year. For keen walkers and cyclists there are well-managed trails including the Southdowns Way, the Sussex Heritage Coast routes and the Cuckoo Trail from Heathfield to Eastbourne.
Visit the castle at Lewes, the Lavender Line and Bluebell Steam Railways, Drusillas Zoo at Alfriston, Stanmer Park, Hickstead equine events, Plumpton Racecourse, the Bloomsbury trail, Glyndebourne Opera House, and a huge selection of gardens and stately houses, all nearby.
Within reach of Brighton with its many popular attractions, including the Royal Pavilion and Brighton Pier.

For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.


Facilities/Accommodation

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Location information

Amenities

  • Child friendly
  • Dishwasher
  • Heating
  • Internet/Wi-Fi
  • Microwave
  • Open fire
  • Oven
  • Pub close by
  • Refrigerator
  • TV

Activities & Attractions

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Seasonal weekly tariff overview

# Min stay Start date End date Price
2 nights 28 Oct 2019 18 Dec 2019 £864
2 nights 19 Dec 2019 31 Dec 2019 £1326
2 nights 01 Jan 2020 02 Jan 2020 £1326
2 nights 03 Jan 2020 01 Mar 2020 £872
2 nights 02 Mar 2020 02 Apr 2020 £1225
2 nights 03 Apr 2020 26 Apr 2020 £1378
2 nights 27 Apr 2020 30 Apr 2020 £1225
2 nights 01 May 2020 04 May 2020 £1378
2 nights 05 May 2020 21 May 2020 £1225
2 nights 22 May 2020 31 May 2020 £1378
2 nights 01 Jun 2020 25 Jun 2020 £1225
2 nights 26 Jun 2020 03 Sep 2020 £1378
2 nights 04 Sep 2020 22 Oct 2020 £1225
2 nights 23 Oct 2020 01 Nov 2020 £1312
2 nights 02 Nov 2020 17 Dec 2020 £881
2 nights 18 Dec 2020 03 Jan 2021 £1352

Brooks Lodge (Sussex)

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