About Castlemans Stables West
With a myriad of delightful quaint tea shops and cafes to choose from in nearby Battle, it is possible to while away the hours investigating the history and the legend of the infamous 1066 battle. Browse the antique shops on the pretty streets emanating out from Battle Abbey, in autumn watch out for the firework parades and explore a bygone era at 'Yesterday's World' on the High Street, where a nostalgic trip down memory lane awaits.
Bring your friends or family to this darling stable conversion, green pastures stretch out from the roofed porch where you can sit and watch the children play or take some time out with a good book. This pet friendly accommodation is perfect to enjoy, whilst visiting the magnificent gardens of East Sussex or heading to the beach with a bucket and spade.
The larger coastal town of Hastings is only 15 minutes away by car, perfect to soak up the traditional seaside atmosphere. Wander through the Old Town where there are plenty of English pubs to choose from, offering great live music in the evenings or try the amusements by the beach, have a 'fish and chip dinner' and an ice cream to complete a wonderful day.
If you're looking to retire closer to home, Sedlescombe Golf Club can accommodate golfing enthusiasts at any skill level and 'Green's' restaurant is a perfect way to fill up on hearty local food at the end of the day. Sedlescombe Vineyard provides an excellent day out, explore the vineyard or take a guided tour with wine tasting which can be rounded off with a delicious Ploughmans lunch or afternoon cream tea. The village pub 'The Queens Head' is incredibly charming, welcomes dogs and has great food all within walking distance too.
Carefully renovated to provide outward facing aspects to maximise privacy, this holiday home can be booked independently or in conjunction with its sister property Castlemans Stables East
. With Castlemans The Nook
also nearby, it is perfect for larger groups.