Woodside B&B and Robertsbridge Retreat

Bed and Breakfast in Cripps Corner, East Sussex

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Woodside, Junction Road
Cripps Corner
East Sussex
TN32 5SG

Woodside B&B and Robertsbridge Retreat, Cripps Corner

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WOODSIDE is a Gothic style Luxury B&B: •Self Build Magazine featured •Rural, 10 acre garden/woodland •Sumptuous suites, WOW factor bathrooms •Health Suite •9ft cinema •A la carte; Licensed •Family Suite- max 4 children •Speciality-special celebrations ROBERTSBRIDGE RETREAT APARTMENTS •Boutique style •Converted corn mill •8 minutes to Woodside & use of facilities •Lower Apartment - pet friendly Perfect central location for all tourist towns/attractions & countryside activities

WOODSIDE Luxury B&B is a rural retreat, in the tiny village of Cripps Corner, in the picturesque High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in the heart of the countryside of East Sussex, bordering Kent, perfectly located 10-25 minutes from the tourist orientated towns of Battle, Robertsbridge, Rye, Bodiam, Tenterden, Goudhurst & Tunbridge Wells, 15 minutes from the seaside resorts of Hastings & Camber sands. The area is steeped in history & boasts an array of historic castles, houses, gardens & places of interest. The Medieval village of Robertsbridge is just 8 minute drive where you will find ROBERTSBRIDGE RETREAT AT CORNHILL, our chic self catering apartments.

WOODSIDE is set in a beautiful, tranquil setting in 10 acres of paddock & ancient bluebell woods, an ideal place to stay in a luxurious, peaceful surrounding whilst treating it as a base for exploring & undertaking activities such as country/woodland walks, visiting tourist attractions, cycling, clay shooting & golf. ROBERTSBRIDGE RETREAT is perfect for the more discerning self-caterer who prefers more flexibility but in chic, boutique style luxury. WOODSIDE aims to pamper its guests & offers an extensive list of features - complimentary hospitality tray of goodies, fruit, chocolates, flowers, luxury toiletries, fluffy bath robes, soft bath sheets, high quality bedding , choice of pillows-duck down hypo-allergenic, hollow fibre, memory foam, even anti snore!, mini-bar, hairdryers.

We have a Health Suite with Hot Tub, Infrared Sauna, body jet shower & offer a bespoke massage service. Our Guest Lounge has a 9ft cinema with Sky HD, Wii, Air Hockey & bar/snacks. RETREAT guests are welcome to use the facilities at Woodside & take our Award Winning gourmet breakfast/A la Carte menu accompanied by a selection of wines, aperatifs, spirits, champagne & beers.

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Battle Museum - 3.3 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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Great Dixter Gardens - 3.7 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Battle Abbey - 3.9 miles (Abbey) Heritage Rating

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