Rose Cottage is an ideal retreat for 2 people. With a pub serving food just 200 metres away, you don’t have to lift a finger in the kitchen.
But if you do want to self-cater, every mod con is available and there’s a pretty garden at the back to enjoy your meals al fresco.
In the living room there are exposed beams and a wood burner, it’s as cosy as can be. If you take your dog along with you, you’ll be fighting over the warm spot in front of the fire.
At A Glance
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
About Rose Cottage
This spacious cottage has one bedroom and sleeps 2, and 1 pet is welcome too. On the ground floor is the living room with a large wood burner, TV, DVD and iPod dock.
The kitchen-diner has an induction hob, oven, microwave, dishwasher and washer-dryer and bi-folding doors lead out to the garden.
Upstairs the bedroom has a king-size bed and there is a shower over the bath in the bathroom. Outside there’s a seating area, summerhouse and barbecue.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Fulking, Nr Brighton
The village of Fulking is on the slopes of the South Downs, a pretty area in Sussex just 5 miles outside of Brighton. Within easy reach are a National Trust properties, the Ashdown Forest and an RSPB reserve.
Devi’s Dyke on the South Downs is a popular place to walk – it’s a mile-long valley that offers long views over the surrounding countryside from its peaks. A little further along the National Park is the Seven Sisters where chalk cliffs dominate the landscape. If you like visiting castles, they don’t get more spectacular than Arundel.
It’s been here since the 11th century, and part of the Norman Keep is original. Much of it has been rebuilt with tours available from April to November. Over on the High Weald, Wakehurst is a botanic garden with an Elizabethan mansion. Home to a seed bank, this place is affiliated with Kew in London.
Classical music lovers will enjoy a visit to Glyndebourne, the home of British opera. With events taking place all summer long there are lots of performances to watch. Brighton is a lively cosmopolitan town with all kinds of things to do and see. There’s the pier, The Royal Pavilion, the i360 viewing tower and the Volks electric railway. Countless places to eat with dishes from around the world, and pubs, clubs and wine bars can be found at every turn.
When it comes to shopping, the choice in Brighton rivals any city in the UK. From high street chains to designer labels, vintage shops to antique malls and everything else in between, you’ll find everything here. The Lanes are an old labyrinth of narrow streets lined with unique brands such as Choccywoccydoodah – the chocolate shop with a difference.
Rose Cottage has the best of both worlds. It’s in a quiet spot surrounded by countryside, but within a 20-minute drive, you can be in the centre of Brighton shopping for haute couture or dancing in a club.
Devil’s Dyke on the South Downs is just around the corner for long walks in the valley with views that stretch for miles. And there’s a choice of castles, mansion houses and formal gardens to visit nearby as well.
This holiday home offers more than enough space for 2 people. The living room comes with a log burner and the kitchen equipped with a dishwasher and washing machine. It’s so well equipped, you simply won’t want to leave.
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