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.