Boasting a sauna, heated pool and a games room, Hailsham Country House is a magnificent home for a family getaway that elegantly blends traditional charm with modern delights!
Throughout this spectacular home you’ll find enchanting details and original 17th century features, from beamed ceilings, to impressive tables and rugs, to the inglenook fireplace and this wondrous feature staircase! As you step inside you’re greeted by a stunning long hallway, complete with original beams and beautifully furnished with period furniture set around an open fire! There are countless living areas, from the wonderful warm and bright conservatory with table football for the kids (and big kids!), to several more casual spaces with sofas. The kitchen is fabulously modern, with navy, white and light wood creating an inviting space, with a breakfast bar for casual meals, too. For more formal occasions, your dining area is the heart of the home, with a stunning set up for all the guests, and even a bar alongside it with tons of fine glassware for a tipple or two!
Across the home there are four excellent bedrooms, each wonderfully spacious and welcoming. Three of the rooms feature both a king-size bed and extra twin beds, to create space for plenty of guests and families, while there’s an additional twin room, too. Excellent en-suite facilities as well as an additional shower room provide a delightfully sparkling space with huge walk-in showers, or large bathtubs for you to enjoy some pampering in glorious surroundings.
Heading out onto your superb terrace you’ll find this incredible heated pool, with chairs to sit alongside in between dips! There’s even a sauna for you to feel totally cleansed and relaxed! Finally, a games room with a pool table invites the competitive ones among you to get stuck into a game or two for some light entertainment. The home is set among a large private garden with mature trees, a lovely large lawn and fabulous casual seating throughout.
With this fabulous location just a few minutes from the coast in the beautiful county of East Sussex, Hailsham Country House offers guests an ideal spot for enjoying the countryside, the seaside, and a few fabulous towns in between!
You’re right on the cusp of the stunning High Weald Area of Natural Beauty, a vast, pristine landscape dotted with medieval manors, ancient woodland and picture-perfect scenery. Indeed, a maze of rolling countryside, abbeys and battlefields, medieval villages, bustling market towns and gorgeous coastline, East Sussex is also the most forested county in England! Diverse, inspirational landscapes and breath-taking views from the endless tranquil and unspoilt settings make this an incredibly enticing county right on the south coast of England. And that’s not to mention its 90 miles of stunning beaches and vibrant towns!
With 1,750 hours of sunshine per year, ‘Sussex by the Sea’ offers some of the sunniest and cleanest beaches in the UK, including the traditional English seaside town of Brighton, whose beach is renowned for its packed seafront. And then there’s Eastbourne, Bexhill-on-Sea, Hastings and St Leonard’s, to name but a few. Take a trip to Hastings old town, the shipwreck heritage centre and flamingo adventure park for the perfect day out!
There are endless fabulous homes and gardens to visit, including Great Dixter House and Garden, Michelham Priory and Sheffield Park Garden with an array of stunning colours, exotic flora, magnificent gardens, elegant lakes and even a sculpture trail! Meanwhile, for something a little more lively, one of the major seaside resorts of Britain, Brighton, less than 40 minutes away, offers some funky nightlife, offbeat shopping in alternative boutiques and traditional British seaside fun! Brighton has a rich, varied and exciting nightlife, and in May holds the Brighton Fringe Festival abounding with street performers, theatre groups, musicians, guided walks and other lively and fascinating events.
For an active day in the sunshine, stretch your legs on the South Downs Way, which traverses from Eastbourne to Winchester along England’s newest national park, the South Downs National Park, with 1,600km2 of breath-taking views and hidden gems. Indeed, if you’re a keen walker or cyclist, there’s 3500km of walking paths, bridleways and scenic roads, including the well-establish routes of the Cuckoo Trail, and the incredible Forest Way.