Ocean Front Beach House with Direct Beach Access and Breath Taking ViewsUnited Kingdom / Pevensey Bay
|From 342 GBP (434 USD)||per night|
Beach House with breath taking views across the English Channel designed throughout by a local artist.
# Two small/medium dogs welcome
# Close to the village shops, pubs & restaurants
# Ideal location to explore the local area & a little further, Eastbourne, Battle, Hastings, Brighton
# Walk the South Downs Way
# Great hiking & biking trails
# Local water sports available
# Lots of fun in the local area to keep the little one’s entertained
As you enter through the front door of this amazing beach house into an entrance hall with two relaxing chairs and a dedicated desk you are immediately drawn into the large open plan living space with a handmade fitted kitchen with a Butler sink, SMEG 5-Ringed, 2 oven gas range cooker plus under counter fridge & freezer, everything you need to whip up some culinary delights. Adjacent is a large seating area with leather 3-seater sofa, 2-seater sofa, armchair, and Smart TV plus an Indian Gujarat bench.
Looking out to sea there is a dining table and six chairs, side and central pillars made from reclaimed wood from Eastbourne beach and through the ceiling teak beams reclaimed from Brighton’s famous West Pier.
The floor to ceiling patio doors draws you further out to the large patio with a wooden table and benches, beautiful, planted area and garden leading out onto Pevensey Bay Beach with far reaching views in all directions with Hastings to the Left and Eastbourne to the right.
The main bathroom has a roll top bath, a console table made from reclaimed timber from the restoration of the house, above is a large Edwardian silver framed mirror, heated towel rail, Victorian style sink and wc.
Next to this room is the amazing Moroccan styled Master bedroom, comprising of a Super King-Sized bed, side tables and chest of drawers, leading through an arched entrance with Moroccan styles reclaimed doors and lanterns into the shower room which was inspired by the Jardin Majorelle-Yves Saint Laurent Mansion in Marrakesh.
Bedroom two has sturdy bunk beds, plus pull out under bed and an additional single futon, a large wardrobe within built chest of drawer’s hand made from a Hains 14th French Armoire.
Patio doors lead out of the bedroom two to the front veranda with a patio table and chairs, a beautiful place to relax in the evening and watch the sun setting over the South Downs to the left and the Herstmonceaux Observatory ahead.
There is parking available for 2 Cars.
Important: Our properties are protected by SUPERHOG - a globally recognised trust and safety company that allows hosts and guests to confidently transact.
Please note we do not allow cars to be charged at this property as it s a wooden structure and the circuit could overload and cause a fire. There are car charging facilities available just a short drive away located at the Bp Garage Asda Crumbles.
One dog is welcome to stay in this property however we ask that you do not allow them onto any of the furniture or the beds.
Entry instructions will be given 3 days prior to arrival.
Interaction with Guests:
The guest will be given a contact number for any issues arising during their stay.
To the west of 1066 country stands Pevensey Bay on the coast. Pevensey Bay is famously known as William of Normandy s landing place in 1066. Pevensey Bay is an old fishing village founded in the 1600 s as Wallsend, the end of the sea wall from Eastbourne.
Pevensey village is located on a ridge of land, which juts out onto marshland and until the 13th Century the marshes were an inlet of the sea. Over time the large bay was gradually cut off from the sea by shingle and today the marshes known as Pevensey Levels, a large nature reserve, stretches for miles behind the shingle beach.
A number of Martello towers were erected along the bay at the beginning of the 19th century against Napoleonic attack.
In the early 1900 s the village became a holiday resort it is today with much of the coastline development started in the 1930 s. Today it is a popular tourist attraction with the nearby historical Pevensey Castle.
Pevensey Bay is well known today to all sailing enthusiasts. The local sailing club offers a variety of classes of boats and has a full programme of racing. The inspiring 31 mile 1066 Country Walk starts at Pevensey Castle, winds its way to Herstmonceux, through Battle and across the countryside to Rye.
Bus number 99 to Eastbourne Town Centre can be caught from Coast Road
Pevensey Bay train station is approximately 1 mile from the property
Other Things to Note:
Lost keys will be charged at £25.00 per set.
Bedroom 1king size bed
chest of drawers
Queen size bed
Bedroom 2single bed
low bathroom sink