"Once you see the impressive local church the Parish Church of St. John The Baptist Westfield your detached country cottage is near very near. Surrounded by the rolling Sussex countryside you will find this tucked away converted barn just off a nice country lane. An ideal base for winter or summer. You can bring your furry friend too.\nThe owners have designed the cottage with light and space in mind and given it a contemporary feel with a traditional twist. The airy and very generous open plan living kitchen area is completed by a lovely cooking island and breakfast bar. The bathroom with free standing modern bath walk in power shower is pure luxury and interlinks into the equally sumptuous bedroom. There is also a separate dressing room for your clothes and luggage.\nAfter a day of exploring walking or shopping in Hastings Battle Rye or Tenterden what better place to relax in the summer than in your own garden just put your feet up and listen to bird song while drinking a nice beverage. Or pop over to the local pub or restaurant both a short walk away.\nThis cottage is at ground floor level and suitable for guests with restricted mobility."
Ivy Cottage: sleeps 2 in 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, garden area and parking for 1 car. This is a single storey building.
Open plan living/dining/kitchen area with dining for two people, seating in the living room for two, TV/DVD
Kitchen with cooking island, gas hob and built in electric oven & microwave, washing machine, dishwasher
Master bedroom (sleeps 2), king-size bed, en-suite bathroom with bath, walk-in power shower.
Gas central heating
Shared (not enclosed) garden, bench seating for two, BBQ (in summer).
Car parking space for 1, outside the entrance gate to Church Place Barn
What you need to know
1 well behaved pet allowed
Small infants/babies welcome but would need to provide own cot/highchair
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