Shoyswell Cottage

Bed and Breakfast in Etchingham, East Sussex

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Sheepstreet Lane
Etchingham
East Sussex
England
TN19 7AZ

Shoyswell Cottage, Etchingham

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Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty about 12 miles from Royal Tunbridge Wells this stylish B&B offers luxurious accommodation intimate surroundings and free Wi-Fi and parking. Privately run the property has undergone an extensive renovation and has been transformed into a unique boutique-style Bed and Breakfast with luxurious facilities a beautiful garden and a thoroughly warm welcome. The inherent calm and tranquillity of the surrounding area is ideal for relaxation and reflection whilst the building's cosy charms and romantic spirit help to cultivate an atmosphere far removed from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

The property offers 4 en-suite Deluxe Double rooms each of which are wonderfully individual with their own unique features and charm. Despite their differences all rooms are spacious exquisitely comfortable and decorated to a very high standard. They all come fully-equipped with a wide range of modern conveniences and creature comforts including King-size beds luxurious bed-linen fluffy towels complimentary toiletries free Wi-Fi access HD flat-screen TV/DVD player and tea and coffee making facilities.

Each morning guests can look forward to a hearty full-cooked breakfast made from the finest locally sourced produce and ingredients. The breakfast room itself is bright and airy and benefits from some beautiful views of the gardens and pond. The Property is located 2 miles from the village of Ticehurst and just over 12 miles from Royal Tunbridge Wells.

Tunbridge rail station offers regular services to London and there is even a local station at Etchingham less than 2 miles away. For those flying in it is just over an hour s drive from Gatwick Airport. Nestled in an area of outstanding natural beauty Shoyswell Cottage is an ideal place from which to explore the many local attractions.

The East Sussex countryside is a scenic blend of fertile fields and dense woodland and provides plenty of opportunities for a wide range of outdoor pursuits including walking rambling cycling horse-riding fishing canoeing and much more besides. There is also an abundance of nearby National Trust properties including the fairytale beauty of Bodiam Castle the picturesque gardens at Sissinghurst Castle and Chartwell the family home of Sir Winston Churchill. Furthermore the coastal town of Hastings is just half an hour s drive away and it s only a little further to the historic town of Rye.

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Bateman's - 2.9 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

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Brightling, St Thomas a Becket Church - 4.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Bewl Water - 4.2 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

Scotney Castle - 4.8 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Bodiam, St Giles Church - 5.5 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Finchcocks - 5.6 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Bodiam Castle - 5.7 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

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