A spacious guesthouse with all mod cons set in 68 acres of ancient woodland and farmland in the stunning Mid Sussex countryside, close to the villages of Fletching and Newick. . A short drive to three country pubs, one gastro pub, tandoori restaurant, village bakery and shops. Great base for exploring Sussex - 15 minutes to Lewes, 30 minutes from Brighton; 2 minutes to Sheffield Park and Bluebell Railway, Borde Hill, Glyndebourne, Ashdown Forest and The South Downs a short drive away.
Badgers Rest is one of two semi-detached cottages which were converted from original farm buildings 10 years ago. Having been recently refurbished, they offer stylish and comfortable guest accommodation. The cottage is located on River Farm which is currently being used as a livery yard. Clean well behaved dogs are welcome. Horses are welcome by separate negotiation to be housed in stables or field.
Interior space contains two large leather sofas, dining table, comfortable beds with memory foam toppers, down or hypoallergenic pillow and quilts, pure Egyptian cotton bedding and shower room. You will find a welcome pack of a selection of teas and coffee and a jug of milk in the fridge. I also provide soap and shower gel and lots of soft fluffy towels to make your traveling lighter.
There is a washing machine for sole use of guests in the cottage. A tumble dryer and washing line are available for use situation in a separate building.
Interaction with guests
We live next door and are on hand to make recommendations and help where necessary.
Other things to note
Badgers Rest is situation down a short private country lane. Ample free parking can be found directly outside the property.
If you are arriving late, I am more than happy to stock the fridge with your choice of produce from the local farm shop and bakery (at an extra cost).
- No shoes in the house
- Dogs can sleep in the hallway they are not allowed upstairs ever or unattended in lounge.
-Dogs must not be left unattended in Badgers Rest unless permission is sort from the host.
-Dog can be walked on the farm but must be kept on their leads at all times for safety reasons. We are on the common they can be let loose there. Also please pick up dog poop, it can be put on the muck trailer.
- NEVER put clothing on or touching heaters
- Use the mats provided on dining and