Beechcroft, Exceptional rural holiday cottages, Cowbeech, East Sussex
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The Granary- Sophisticated comfort for 6

The Byre-
Spacious and Full of Comfort for 4

The Oast House- Unique for 5 guests

The Bull Pen & Cart Lodge-
Romantic breaks for 2, or with the facility for 20 covers

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Welcome to Beechcroft
Great for the Coast

Guests' commented:
...'To Exceed Your Expectations'
... 'A True Haven from the Real World'.


■ Open all year for 2 - 17 guests with dining for 20.
■ 2 to 7 night breaks a speciality - arrive any day of the week.
■ Sympathetic conversions to an exceptional standard.
■ Cottages may be taken individually or in any combination
■ Free WiFi connection.
■ Ample car parking & complimentary welcome hamper.
■ Fully inclusive price: linen, towels, toiletries.
■Gourmet caterers or food service by private arrangement
■ Minimum stay of 2 nights or 3 nights for combined bookings of 2 or more properties.


2010, 2011, 2012 & 2013


An idyllic rural retreat set in a stunning peaceful location. Four picturesque beamy cottages strewn beside a reedy lake hosting 2 to 17 guests.

The luxuriously fitted detached properties form a pleasant and informal grouping in a superb setting on the edge of the village, with open southerly views across a small lake to rolling countryside. Situated on a cattle breeding farm where racehorses are also trained, the ambiance, tranquility and setting of these cottages has such appeal that over 30% of our guests regularly return

Each property commands its own privacy and individuality with tasteful, high specification furnishings, WiFi, oil-fired central heating with modern insulation, well equipped kitchens, Sandyford cookers, south facing patios and garden furniture - all ensure guests' satisfaction for a relaxing and memorable stay. Beechcroft is an outstanding example of rural preservation, in unique contrasting countryside - hills, downs and a ragged coastline, close to historic 1066 Country with a multitude of ancient castles, renowned open gardens and National Trust properties to visit, conveniently situated for the open air opera at Glyndebourne. Explore the picture book Sussex towns and villages or spend time on the local beaches. From tranquil gardens, Norman's Bay, the Cuckmere Haven Nature Reserve and the steep ascent of the South Downs, there is an abundance of leisure interest in this unspoiled area with some of the best walking and off road cycling in the country. Local hostelries with good food, farmer's markets and farm shops are in abundance. Fresh seafood from the coast is a speciality.

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