Tovey Lodge

Bed and Breakfast in Ditchling, East Sussex

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Underhill Lane
East Sussex

Tovey Lodge, Ditchling

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Just awarded AA Highly Commended - 1 of the top 10% in UK. We invite visitors from near and far to share our idyllic corner of Sussex with incomparable views of the South Downs. Stay in the self-catering Cottage or our deluxe B&B rooms/suites - take wonderful walks & explore rural villages with delightful pubs & restaurants & old world charms.

Historic Lewes & Operatic Glyndbourne are close & the exciting cultural city Brighton & Hove with its cosmopolitan ambience is just a few minutes off

Our guests can choose Luxury B&B in our main house or quality self-catering in the Cottage (see below): Deluxe B & B - 3 generous luxury Suites 1st floor & 2 grnd floor top quality Bedrooms. 2 suites & 1 room have SuperKing pocketsprung luxury beds (can be 2 singles). Third suite has king-size bed & the last is twin beded.

All feature ample storage & top textiles & decorations + flatscreen FreeviewTV/DVD tea & coffee facilities & large ensuite bathrooms with full bath & drench-shower (large walk-in drench-shower only in twin bedroom) All have unsurpassed views of our 3 acre garden the Ditchling Beacon & the South Downs National Park. Suites are larger & have comfortable sitting areas. B&B guests have free year round use of indoor Swimming pool Sauna & Jacuzzi large & sumptuous guest lounge with room for guests & their visitors to meet chat or read at one end with Inglenook Fireplace & 50" flat screen TV at the other.

Full English Breakfast or lighter Continental option is served in the richly appointed Dining room which can also be booked (24 hrs in advance) for parties of 6 to 12 people. We are fully licensed so provide drinks in the Lounge or Guest's rooms & at such a pre-booked lunch/dinner party. The ambiance is quiet understated luxury in family country home setting.

Up to 2 Children can share in parent’s suites or 1 in the Ash room (travel cot provided if available) Self-Catering Cottage - 1 double bedroom with FreeviewTV & ensuite bathroom + L-shaped living/dining room with FreeviewTV/DVD two 2seater sofa-beds (each sleeps 1adult or 2 small children) + solid pine table and chairs + 1 travel cot offered if available.Fully equipped fitted kitchen + private garden & washing machine/tumble dryer. All linens towels heating & equipment included - just bring your clothes and food! Well behaved dogs are welcome. Tovey Lodge & Cottage strictly nonsmoking Lots of parking for all guests & their visitors.

Free WiFi broadband connection to the internet

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From: £55.00

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