- £464 per week
- £66 per night
- 2 Guests
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bathroom
- 1 Pet
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- Private parking
- Welcome pack
How far to ...?
- Beach 7 miles
- Pub 0.25 miles
- Shop 0.25 miles
- Ground floor WC
- Ground floor bath/shower room
Important - please note
- Check in: 7:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.
This delightful Grade II listed cottage was built in about 1450, and though steeped in history has a light, bright feel. This charming property with pretty cottage gardens both to the front and back, has many traditional features and is tastefully furnished and styled with a comfortable but modern aspect. The Robin's Nest is centrally located in the charming village of Sedlescombe which has many properties dating from the15th and 16th centuries and is conveniently close for visiting the coast and the bustling town of Hastings. A short stroll from the cottage is the 15th Century gastro pub The Queens Head (dogs are welcome), and the village also provides a local post office and general stores and an Antique shop. The village is surrounded by beautiful countryside, offering lots of opportunities for great walks, such as the stunning seven mile stretch of golden sands and dunes at Camber or the glorious Fairlight Country Park for woodland walks. Nearby is the ancient town of Rye, famous for its cobbled streets and Antique shops and where you can catch a movie at the Kino cinema. Royal Tunbridge Wells is nearby for excellent shopping opportunities and historic Battle is a great place to visit with its ruined Abbey and battlefields.
Shop: 0.25 miles Pub: 0.25 miles Coast: 7 miles
Front door entrance into a ceramic tiled hall with hanging space for coats.
Door off to the right with a step down to the....
Sitting Room and Dining Area is beamed and carpeted with a gas flame effect stove, a leather sofa and armchair, occasional tables and a 32" Smart TV with built in DVD player
Dining Area has a round pine table and three chairs
Kitchen is at the back of the property overlooking an exquisite cottage garden, built with cream shaker units and wooden work tops and has an integrated washing/dryer machine, fridge, separate freezer, an electric hob and double oven, microwave and 2 stools. It has a stable door leading to the back garden.
Bathroom has sandstone mini tiles, a white bath with shower attachment , heated towel rail, period wash basin and w.c.
Steep carpeted stairs with handrails on both walls...
Bedroom is carpeted and has a double bed, bedside tables, a dressing table with mirror, built in cupboards with mirrors and hanging space and shelves and a hairdryer
Garden: There is a lovely cottage front garden accessed through a gate from the main street leading up a path to the front door. At the rear of the property there is another lovely cottage garden which has a patio and a table and seating for two
Heating: Gas central heating and a gas flame effect stove.
Parking: Private off road parking is at the back of the property, accessed at the right hand side of the third cottage and in front of the 1st of three garages, the garage may be used for storing your own bicycles.
Pets: One dog only. Dog towels are provided for drying wet and muddy feet. Please ensure pets do not go into bedrooms or on furniture. Never leave pets alone in the property. Please clear all evidence of pets from gardens etc before leaving.
Notes: A welcome pack with locally sourced products is provided.The kitchen has a relatively low ceiling as in keeping with a period property. The property is situated on the main road through the village and as such there may be some traffic noise.
The owner was very helpful and her cottage was a delight, its so great being able to take the dog
Very quaint cottage, good base for exploring East Sussex and visiting a relative in Bexhill. Welcome pack great thanks.
Very cosy cottage, We had a lovely stay here to explore wonderful Sussex. Thank you for the nice little welcome present.
Nice English village with beautiful old typical cottages. Interesting places to see all around.
Very homely cottage, you have thought of everything. Used to live in Seddlescombe so came back for a family wedding.
Lovely cottage in a great part of the country. Really enjoyed our stay and the welcome pack much appreciated.
Booked this super little cottage as a last minute short break and really enjoyed the peace and tranquility of the place in a lovely village too. Thanks so much for a great stay.
The Robins Nest is a lovely quint cottage. Very comfortable and clean, everything you need is available. The little garden in the back is very nice to sit in. We had a lovely week and would recommend people to stay here.
Lovely cottage - Thanks for the biscuits, jam and the dog goodies. We had a great break. We will come back soon.
We love Sedlescombe, a perfect base to explore all the lovely National Trust properties. Thanks for the welcome pack.
A lovely cottage for two and great to explore beautiful Sussex area. A great friendly pub at Whatlington. Thanks for everything. A very comfortable bed.
We have had a lovely 3 day break in your very charming and well appointed cottage. Many thanks for the card and the treats on arrival, much appreciated, and Digby the dog enjoyed his treats too. We shall return.
We really enjoyed our stay here. Thank you for the thoughtful goodies and the info on the village history. We will miss the geese on the green!
Super, cosy cottage. We enjoyed a lovely visit to Rye and the Mermaid Pub. Great food at the Queens Head for the lovely anniversary surprise. We will recommend.
Cosy cottage, come perfect autumn damp great walks!
We enjoyed a lovely relaxing long weekend. The Robin's Nest is extremely comfortable, cosy and everything you need. We enjoyed some lovely long walks and we would recommend food at The Queens Head where they are very welcoming to dogs too! Thank you for the treats and Sid (our dog) says thanks too!