Longleys Cottage is set in a tranquil no-through country lane and surrounded by open pastures above the upper reaches of Pevensey Marsh, just one mile from Hailsham.
The rooms are centrally heated and all have a no smoking policy. The accommodation provides a Family Room with en-suite bathroom and shower over the bath.
The Twin Room has a washbasin and separate private bathroom with shower over the bath.
The Double Room has en-suite facilities with shower cubicle. All showers are electric and all rooms are equipped with colour television, radio alarm clock, hair dryer and hospitality tray.
Here at Longleys Cottage you will find a comfortable and friendly atmosphere throughout the year. During the colder months, the inglenook fire offers additional cosiness in the living room.
The garden has a summerhouse, picnic tables and barbecue, which guests are welcome to use. There is ample off road parking.
Longleys Cottage offers a wonderful breakfast and is part of the "East Sussex Breakfast Initiative Scheme”. The farmhouse style English breakfast includes homemade bread and preserves, free-range eggs and locally sourced produce, (home grown in season). Special diets catered for on request.
The cottage is open for twelve months of the year, including the Christmas period, and a discount is available for bookings of 7 or more consecutive days.
Double/Twin £60 (based on two sharing)
Family from £70
Single Occupancy £40
Prices includes a farmhouse English breakfast
There is also a self catering cottage available which sleeps two guests. Please visit http://www.eastsussexselfcatering.co.uk for more details.
The historical old market town of Hailsham was granted charter rights by Henry III in 1252 and has two bustling shopping precincts, a modern sports complex & leisure pool. The surrounding area provides numerous attractions for both young and old. The South Downs and Weald afford excellent walks and many picturesque villages offer refreshment in the old inns and tearooms.
Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters Country Park grace the chalk coastline between Eastbourne and Seaford. Brighton, Hastings, the county town of Lewes and a number of National Trust properties, castles, gardens and stately homes are all within easy reach.
The Cuckoo Line railway, built in 1849, passed through Hailsham, but was closed in 1965. It now provides a beautiful scenic track and bridleway called the Cuckoo Trail, running from Eastbourne to Heathfield.
Some places to visit include Herstmonceux Castle, Cuckoo Trail, The Observatory, Michaelham Priory, Pevensey Castle, Battle Abbey, Yesterdays World, Knockhatch Dry Ski Slope / Adventure Park, Arlington Stock Car Racing Stadium, Seaside town of Eastbourne, Tunbridge Wells and Groombridge Place and Gardens to name just a few.