Stoats Holiday Home, Winchelsea Beach, East Sussex
- A comfortable 4 bedroom bungalow for 8/9 people : 1 superking, 1 double with single bunk over, and two twin bedded-rooms
- about 600 metres from the beach. Shingle bank and plenty of flat sand at low tide
- very quiet area with no street lights (bring a torch!)
- Large lawned front garden with Wendy house and ample parking
- A sheltered enclosed rear garden, child friendly.
- Squashy sofas and lots to read and watch (DVDs)
- TV/ DVD player
- Wifi – Like most rural areas this isn’t the fastest connection
- Main bedroom has a super king sized bed, en suite bathroom with bath, and big walk-in wardrobe
- Bedroom 2 has bunks with a double bed underneath and a single above (probably best not for under-6s)
- Bedroom 3 has twin single beds
- And so does bedroom 4.
- There is a large power shower/WC/washbasin in addition to the ensuite bathroom
- A spacious dining and sitting room overlooking the front garden
- The well-equipped kitchen has a fridge AND fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, large oven and hob and all the other things you need for cooking
- Outside there is a utility area with washing machine, garden cushions and you can store bikes and boots there too.
- An all-year round large barbecue (charcoal or wood)
- Gas central heating, intelligent thermostat (easy to use!).
- Dogs of responsible owners welcome ‚ back garden is dog proof (so far!). Winchelsea Beach eastwards is not dog-restricted in the summer.
- Lots of amazing coast, countryside, and Rye Harbour nature reserve to explore on foot or off-road bike, all within walking distance of Stoats. Noted for migrating birds.
- 3 miles from mediaeval Rye
- 1066 Country – so many connections with William the Conqueror
- Castles? Camber, Bodiam, Scotney, Hastings, and more
- Many local farm shops, vineyards, roadside stalls selling seasonal fruit and locally caught fish
- Co-op store open 7/7 8 minutes walk. Post Office too.
- Local pub the Ship Inn is even nearer- deli and butcher is open every day
- Lovely local villages, gardens, castles, independent shops, narrow gauge railways, National Trust, Port Lympne zoo to visit. Plenty to do all the year round.
- Camber beach – horse riding, golf, kitesurfing and dunes, maybe film making!
- Galleries, theatre etc in Hastings (Jerwood, White Rock) and Bexhill (de la Warr pavilion)
Please be aware that there are numerous watercourses in the area if you have small children.