***Any day - Min 2 nights stay***
Sitting in a private segment of lush green fields and flourishing farmland, Buttercup Hut is wonderfully positioned to explore the Sussex Downs and South East Coastline. The super snug space has been lovingly designed and decorated with light furnishings, creating a sweet and cosy setting for a romantic couple or travelling pair.
The living quarters include everything you need for a comfortable glamping getaway including a fully functional micro kitchen, electricity and a luxury soft double bed. The wood burning stove keeps the cosy space lovely and toasty, while the barbecue and outdoor seating area are perfect for al fresco dining in the tranquil countryside setting.
The hut is delightfully positioned in the enchanting Sussex Downs, renowned for their rolling hills, and variety of meandering paths and trails. The site sits near the cobbled streets of Lewes with its historic buildings, independent shops and quaint country pubs, while the seaside resort of Brighton is only a short drive away. Visit this bustling hub for an eclectic mix of energizing nightlife, arts, crafts and plenty of alternative culture. Discover a variety of other attractions nearby including beaches, coastal walks and outdoor activities for a wonderful open-air escape.
Double bed for 2 adults - bedlinen and towels provided.
Compost toilet and hot shower facilities, (approximately 80 metres from the hut).
Gas fired smev oven and gas fired hob. There is no fridge but a cold bag with an ice block for anything you need to keep cool.
There is no internet access in this property.
Heating and Lighting
Full electricity and wood burning stove - 2 complimentary bags of logs, with kindling and a fire starting pack if you would like a campfire. *** sorry no wifi, however 3/4 G and charging point for phones available ***
Grounds and Nearby
Outdoor seating BBQ and fire pit
Close to the Hut - (approximately 5 metres)
Check in from 2:00PM and check out by 11:00AMThese are recommended check-in/out times to allow Covid-19 sanitisation, earlier/later times may be available by request with the owner
The hut is beautifully furnished with a comfy double bed, snuggly soft duvet and pillows for a warm and cosy night's sleep. The wood burning stove comes with a free basket of wood to keep you lovely and warm throughout the year, while a table and chairs both inside and out offer multiple places to dine.
The hut has full electricity and comes equipped with a micro kitchen which includes a small sink with running water. Full electricity fired Smev oven and gas hob, china crockery and cooking utensils.
Cupboards under the bed provide ample storage for any of your belongings. There are two fold-down chairs and a table for you to use.
There is no fridge but a cold bag with an ice block for anything you need to keep cool.
Outside the garden area includes a barbecue and a fire pit, plus a place to sit and relax in the grassy fields.
The hut is serviced by a compost toilet and hot shower facilities, 80 metres from the hut.
The Farm's free-range eggs and sausages are available to buy onsite.
The tranquil countryside location is shared with a variety of charming animals, which can be discovered with a short wander around the farm. See flocks of Lleyn and Ryeland sheep, chickens, geese, ducks, 4 rare breed pigs, 2 pygmy goats, 2 donkeys and a pony.
Groceries and essentials, plus an excellent cafe can be found at the local village shop, a 10-minute walk away. There are also two excellent pubs in the village, The Six Bells and The Gun.
Sussex is a popular destination for self-catering holidays, and this bucolic corner of Sussex countryside is no exception. Beautifully located in South Downs National Park, and within easy reach of High Weald, another Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the area is jam-packed with hiking and biking trails, fresh air and birdsong.
You're only a short drive from the seaside with beaches and coastal walks all along the South Coast. Head east towards Eastbourne to find the highest chalk sea cliff in the UK at Beachy Head.
Visit Brighton - walk the pier, a spot of shopping, eat and drink in the many good eateries - the Japanese at Oki Nami is one of our favourites. Or visit the Sea Life Centre.
The south coast is building a reputation for quality wines - sparkling white ones in particular - one of the few positive side effects of climate change. Why not visit a local vineyard, of course, tasting is a must!
After a day out, it's always good to find a nice country pub to relax in, with a variety to choose from. We recommend The Patch in Lewes for a bite to eat or a quality craft beer or visit The Geese in Brighton for a Sunday Lunch.
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