A warm welcome awaits you at this country B&B set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty nestling in a peaceful fold of the Sussex Downs.
Close to several cosy country pubs serving excellent lunches and evening meals.
There are three rooms available, two king-size doubles and a twin (or double).
All rooms have private en-suites, Freeview TV, wireless Broadband, tea & coffee facilities and central heating
Full English breakfast included.
Pub/Restaurants: There is one within a 10 minute walk and several others within a five minute drive.
Car Parking: off-road parking places at front and side of house for Guest's cars.
Bo-peep is set about a mile back from the main A27 in a quiet secluded hamlet right beneath the South Downs Way in a pleasant and productive garden. We are just minutes away from Lewes and several popular local attractions.
Our village is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty inside the boundary of the proposed South Downs National Park, surrounded by pleasant lanes and footpaths. Close to Glyndebourne, Michelham Priory, historic Lewes, Firle Place, Charleston Farmhouse (the home of the famous Bloomsbury set) and what is recognised as the best small zoo in England, Drusilla's.
Directions and maps are available for many circular walks from the house between 2 and 7 miles. So, whether you just want a gentle stroll to take in some country air, a walk to the next village for a drink / meal at the pub, explore the nearby Friston Forest And Seven Sisters Country Park or climb to the top of the Downs to see the Bronze Age Tombs and take in the stunning views, there is something for everyone. Many other walks are available just a short journey away
The Sustrans Cycle Path Network is close by and there are routings available for riders to take the Cuckoo Trail cycle path from Polegate to Heathfield. There are main other cycle routes around the lanes of the Cuckmere Valley including the ride down to Cuckmere Haven
Several National Trust properties are within easy reach including Batemans, Nymans Gardens, Upparrk Manor House, Standen House, Monks House, Bodiam Castle and of course the world famous Sheffield Park Gardens.
Others gardens close by include Borde Hill Gardens, Leonardslee Gardens and Kew Gardens Millennium seed-bank at Wakehurst Place.
The cosmopolitan seaside town of Brighton is 15 minutes drive away with attractions including The Royal Pavilion, The Lanes Shopping Area and the Palace Pier, while Eastbourne with it's seven miles of seafront and historic Hastings are to the East.
Other attractions further afield include The Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Fishbourne Roman Palace, Arundel Castle, Arundel Wildfowl Park, Bentley Wildfowl and Motor Museum, Parham House and Gardens, The Bluebell Railway, etc. etc. the list is endless.
We are also only just over an hour away from London so why not catch the train from Berwick or Lewes and you can enjoy Carnaby, Regent and Oxford Streets as well as theatre land.
Just an hour from Brighton, the Cuckmere Valley and its largest village, Alfriston, offers visitors the best of the British countryside.
The valley forms part of the South Downs Way, and many walkers take advantage of the position to enjoy the marvellous views this path offers. Other walks offer less strenuous opportunities for enjoying the natural scenery.
The historically-minded will be fascinated by Alfriston, a beautiful Medieval village boasting a fantastic church, St Andrews, 'The Cathedral of the Downs', as well as the first building acquired by the National Trust, the Clergy House.
Throughout the region, tea gardens, pubs and restaurants welcome guests with delicious fare. Unique and delightful shops help make the stay memorable for all visitors.
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This page was last updated: 23 December 2012