A holiday in rural Sussex will allow you an escape to the countryside, where you can relax and unwind in scenic land and seascapes, amidst woods, forests, rivers and seas.
At Hendall Manor Farm, our large, sandstone barn which dates back to the 17th century and offers a beautiful and tranquil setting, perfect for families, friends or couples looking to have a break in Sussex.
Situated just outside the towns of Uckfield and Crowborough, we have many exciting walks right on our doorstep, but also just a (very) short drive to a plethora of different walks on the Ashdown Forest, including the infamous Pooh Sticks Bridge, the village of Hartfield where the Pooh Corner shop is located.
For those interested in all things Winnie-the-Pooh, we are pleased to recommend Pooh Trek Tours. These bespoke and private tours for up to 6 people, will enable to you discover the REAL world of Winnie-the-Pooh. In the heart of the Ashdown Forest, which is right on our doorstep.
The gorgeous beach and cliff walks at Seven Sisters, Cuckmere Haven, Seaford Head, Birling Gap and many more are only a 20-30 minute drive away and, we can’t forget the stunning South Downs where you will find guided walks, bike trails and many other activities available.
What to expect
Our cosy ‘farmhouse style’ property sleeps up to 8 people and we are also hugely dog friendly!
There are three bedrooms, all en-suite, a vaulted first floor sitting room with TV, games, books and wifi access and downstairs, there is a large snooker table, tennis table, hifi system, kitchen, dining room and a light ‘lean-to’ which is the perfect space for removing and washing muddy boots and dogs!
In the Summer months
You can book online via our AirBnB listings, but to gain the best price and for real time availability, we would encourage you to pick up the phone. Give us a call to discuss your potential stay! 01825 732 561
We really look forward to welcoming you to our lovely property for your perfect escape to the countryside; taking in all delights we have to offer!
Nicola, Peter, and Viki