Beautifully Presented Large Family Home Metres from the BeachUnited Kingdom / Pevensey Bay
|From 207 GBP (262 USD)||per night|
# Returning guests receive a 5% discount, contact us for more info
# One dog welcome
# Four spacious floors
# Central village location
# 100 Metres to the beach
# All bedrooms have sea views
# Great Wi-Fi connection
# Pool table
# Charcoal BBQ
# Private rear courtyard with table & chairs
The origins of the house can be seen on maps from 1670 onwards as part of the earliest buildings in Pevensey Bay which were originally a stable and then a coal yard for the neighbourhood.
Making the most of the views with two large bay windows in the living room and all bedrooms have the bonus of facing towards the sea. However, given the house’s age there are of course quirks resulting in the house oozing with character, charm, and original features.
As you step through the front door into a spacious living room with plenty of seating, a smart TV, mini pool table, writing bureau and board games to keep the whole family entertained, from here take the spiral stairs down to the large basement kitchen which shows the antiquity of the building with a some of the original walls visible and a vaulted brick ceiling which supports the house.
The kitchen is fully equipped with an oven, gas hob, full height fridge freezer, washing machine, dishwasher and an array of pots, pans, plates and serving dishes, this room leads into a separate dining area with its key feature being an open brickwork fireplace.
The back door leads out to a secluded courtyard garden with a charcoal BBQ and outside table and rattan chairs, a great place to enjoy some alfresco dining and relax in the evening sun.
Moving on up to the middle floor there is a family bathroom and two bedrooms, the first room has a double bed and wash hand basin and the second has bunk beds. The top floor has a further two bedrooms, the master bedroom has a king-sized bed, a relaxing chair to sit and enjoy the view from the window and an en-suite shower room comprising of a shower and a sink, the other top floor room has a double bed and wash hand basin. There is an additional W.C and sink just of the lounge.
Street parking is available on the road leading up to the beach and additional street parking around the house and the bay area or alternatively there is a pay and display car park just opposite the house in Sea Road, charges are around £3 for the day between 1st March and the 30th of Sept and free for the remainder of the year.
If it a chich and stylist place you are looking for with its proximity being in the heart of Pevensey Bay village and stone’s throw from the sea, then this is the place for you.
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Please note that once you have booked, you will be contacted directly by SUPERHOG to complete your booking validation, which includes ID verification and optional damage waiver. You will be asked for a non-refundable £35 damage waiver covering you for any accidental damage caused during your stay. There is also an option to opt out.
If you have chosen to pay the damage waiver you must let us know so that we do not hold our normal damage deposit of £200 as per the listing details on the day you check out of our property. If we do not hear from you our normal damage deposit will be held as pending and returned to you within 14 days of your check out date.
We allow one small dog to stay in this property.
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. Our office is situated in the centre of Pevensey Bay High Street and we are open during normal working hours.
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
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
Bedroom 2single bed
Bedroom 3double bed
Bedroom 4Bunk Bed
Bathroom 1bath with shower
En suite shower