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Located in the rural village of Burwash, The Bear Inn is just a 10-minute drive from the ancient woodland of Dallington Forest. Really clean and bed was really comfortable; I slept so well. Nice double shower, plenty of hot water. Parking outside the room. Very friendly and helpful staff. Good food, lovely, scenic surroundings.
Located in Burwash, 26 miles from Maidstone, Court Barn Cottage B&B provides a garden and free WiFi. There's a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer. Super friendly and accommodating, excellent breakfast, quiet surroundings, comfy bedroom, some excellent nearby pubs and tearoom.
Located in Etchingham in the East Sussex region, Rosebank B&B has a garden. The accommodation is 24 miles from Maidstone, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi. Nice to have a B and B where the room is separate from the main house. We are never keen on a cooked breakfast and the fridge was very well stocked to give us a hearty and healthy breakfast. Also nice to have a coffee machine.
I enjoyed every aspect of my stay. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The pub has a nice welcoming atmosphere. The food is superb, nice produce. Compliments to the chef. My accommodation was better than I thought. Very clean with all the facilities I need. This motel is in a fantastic location for walkers with or with dogs. The views are lovely. The bear garden is very pretty and spacious.
Burwash Village is a beautiful village. Great walks nearby. Close to the National Trust Property, Batemans. There is a useful grocery store which stocks all your essentials The little tea room on the High Street is a must visit. Amazing cakes served by really friendly staff. the Rose and Crown pub is a must too, very quaint and again the service is excellent. Very friendly and the rooms for B&B are very clean. Do not go to the Bear pub or stay at the Bear Hotel. The staff are very rude and don't deserve your custom Burwash is ideally placed for Hastings, Eastbourne and Tunbridge Wells
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.
The rooms are very clean and tidy with a large modern bathroom and plenty of free parking onsite. Burwash is an attractive location. Lovely pub called Rose and Crown near by serving great food - preferred to that offered in the bright sports bar in the The Bear Inn.