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Chestnut Lodge
Beckley
Rye
Sussex

TN31 6RS | View map
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Chestnut Lodge, in the village of Beckley, is a beautifully restored nineteenth century Grade II listed Regency home. Set back and occupying an elevated position, parking is on the frontage, off Main Street, in front of the iron gate with topiaried yew hedges to both sides and with steps leading up to the front door. The house is surrounded by stunning landscaped gardens and the eastern side overlooks farmland views of East Sussex. Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the 1066 countryside between three historical towns: Rye, Hastings and Tunbridge Wells. There are an enviable number of National Trust/English Heritage properties and gardens such as Great Dixter and Pashley Manor. This wonderful period home offers two tastefully decorated bedrooms; one Double, and one Twin/Super King size. Both rooms have en-suite facilities; hospitality trayís with complimentary tea, coffee, biscuits, fresh fruit, mini fridge with milk and water, color flat screen TV with Freeview, free wireless internet connection, hairdryer and alarm clock. A comprehensive breakfast is offered and served in the Orangery. A warm welcome awaits you at Chestnut Lodge with its two resident dogs, a Greyhound and Whippet. We only accept Cash at the property.

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