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Set in Burwash, Rose and Crown has a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. The owner and staff were great. The breakfast had limited choice but the quality and taste were excellent. We had dinner and it was great. Lovely food well prepared and presented.
Located in Etchingham in the East Sussex region, Rosebank B&B has a garden. The accommodations is 24 mi from Maidstone, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on... EXCELLENT breakfast. WOW!! EXCELLENT accommodation. EXCELLENT HOSTESS. NEEDS met with excellence. 150% intention of a repeat visit. Lovely friendly greeting from accommodation's family companion pet dog !!!!!!!!!!!!! Brilliant.
A 25-minute drive from Royal Tumbridge Wells in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the privately-run Shoyswell Cottage is a boutique-style B&B offering bedrooms with luxury bedding,... Our whole experience is difficult to put into words, even exceptional does not do it justice. We would definitely recommend Shoyswell Cottage.
Lovely little village, not much there apart from the pub and a small shop but some great local walks across the countryside and the most amazing sunsets over the hill tops. We ate in the pub next to the accommodation which was lovely pub food and if the weather is nice has a large pub garden.
A quintessential English village with historical interest, it being the home of Rudyard Kipling. The plethora of grade II listed buildings and beautiful cottage gardens coupled with outstanding scenery make it a truly memorable place. There are footpaths accessible from the village which open out onto far-reaching views of the countryside. The Bear Inn and Burwash Motel serves very good and plentiful meals and boosts a garden with splendid views. There is a general store/post office which stocks almost everything one is likely to need. Bateman's, a 17th-century Jacobean house and once home to Rudyard Kipling is now a National Trust property and opens to the public. It is a mere 0.5 mile south of the village. A newly unveiled bronze statue of the man himself can be found on Burwash High Street. Being close and easily accessible to the A21, Bewl Water was approximately a 20 minute drive away.
Burwash is an attractive village in the heart of the Sussex Weald. A good base for exploring the local countryside and visiting the many places of interest nearby, including several National Trust properties.
Lovely English village with 2 pubs and a shop. Not many places to eat, but would recommend the fish and chip mobile unit. The shop is a bit pricey, so make sure you have some supplies with you. Very close to Pashley Manor and don't forget to check out Bateman's.
Fabulous countryside views both north and south from the ridge top village. Easy local walking available and National Trust owned Bateman's very close. Beware use of local taxis, our experience was very disappointing.
Room clean and view fantastic. Bathroom tired and felt a bit like a holiday camp. Staff were very friendly and approachable. sadly the food in the pub was not great. Would not have eaten at the pub again if we had stayed longer,even though it was very convenient.