B and Bs in Hurstpierpoint
Little Turrets is a luxury detached contemporary Bed and Breakfast which has its own courtyard and is independent of the main house of Turrets set in 9 acres of land. Being newly converted it conforms to the highest building and fire regulations with its own fire alarm system. The entrance to the property is through key pad electric gates which lead down to the well lit courtyard and off road parking. There is a large paved patio to the front of the building which has access to the kitchen and is bathed in full sun for most of the day. The rear of the property has a large garden. We have tried to bring Bed and Breakfast into the future by offering a different concept. There is a contemporary luxury kitchen where guests are welcome to prepare their own light meals using the microwave and ceramic hob. There is also a large fridge for guests to use. We freely provide a continental breakfast and offer non- dairy and free from alternatives.
The bedrooms all have on suite showers with luxurious fittings with floor to ceiling tiling. Tall towel rails provide a cosy feel. Electric razor points in all bathrooms. The bedrooms are beautifully arranged with wall hung televisions and internet connection. Bedside tables and side lamps complete the modern feel. We are also happy to offer a disabled suite with all facilities. Little Turrets Bed and Breakfast is situated in an excellent position. There is a local large leisure Centre which is a 10 minute walk offering indoor and outdoor pools plus many fitness classes. Tennis and squash may also be played here. A small gate leads to local footpaths and there is a pub within a 10 minute walk. The village of Hurstpierpoint which is 3 miles away offers several different types of restaurants and pubs and each one are varied in style and food.
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4
Price per Room:Double: From £70
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