CHRISTMAS OFFER Subscribe to Derbyshire Life today CLICK HERE

Visit Idyllic Countryside Mead Cottage in Sussex

PUBLISHED: 11:18 13 July 2012 | UPDATED: 10:36 21 February 2013

Visit Idyllic Countryside Mead Cottage in Sussex

Visit Idyllic Countryside Mead Cottage in Sussex

4 star Mead Cottage is located in idyllic<br/><br/>Catsfield, a rural village in the heart of<br/><br/>rural East Sussex.


Mead Cottage

Mead Cottage is located in idyllic

Catsfield, a rural village in the heart of

rural East Sussex. Large and comfortable

Mead Cottage, recently awarded four

stars by Visit England, sleeps 12, and

has all the facilities youll need for a

perfect self catering holiday with family

or friends.

The property is set in two acres of

rolling Sussex landscape, even boasting a

hot tub in the garden. The cottage is

just a few miles from the town of Battle,

with its infamous battlefield and Abbey.

Also nearby is the idyllic seaside hamlet

of Cooden Beach, with wonderful walks

along the beach to the De La Warr

Pavilion at Bexhill. Nature-lovers can

enjoy access to a RSPB woodland at

Fore Wood.

For more details and to book call

Bourne Breaks on 01323 410777

or see www.bournebreaks.co.uk

Mead Cottage


Mead Cottage is located in idyllic Catsfield, a rural village in the heart of rural East Sussex.


Large and comfortable Mead Cottage, recently awarded four stars by Visit England, sleeps 12, and has all the facilities youll need for a perfect self catering holiday with family or friends.


The property is set in two acres of rolling Sussex landscape, even boasting a hot tub in the garden. The cottage is just a few miles from the town of Battle, with its infamous battlefield and Abbey.


Also nearby is the idyllic seaside hamlet of Cooden Beach, with wonderful walks along the beach to the De La Warr Pavilion at Bexhill.


Nature-lovers can enjoy access to a RSPB woodland at Fore Wood.


For more details and to book call Bourne Breaks on 01323 410777or see www.bournebreaks.co.uk

0 comments

More from Out & About

A ten-minute drive from the western edge of Sheffield brings thrill-seekers to a Derbyshire valley where outdoor activities are thriving.

Read more

Andrew Griffiths meets Jim Dixon, the former Chief Executive Officer of the Peak District National Park.

Read more

This walk offers a dance with the Dove and a meander by the Manifold, whilst along the way passing a church, castle remains, country houses and a hollow way

Read more

With winter on the horizon, trees glow with colour, migratory birds arrive and house spiders set off in search of a mate

Read more

Ann Hodgkin investigates a case of the sincerest form of flattery… or industrial espionage!

Read more

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust’s vision is of landscapes rich in wildlife, valued by everyone. They will achieve this 
by pursuing their mission of creating Living Landscapes. Here Julia Gow, the White Peak Reserve Officer at Derbyshire Wildlife Trust tells us about the reserve above the River Wye

Read more

Nigel Powlson visits Sudbury where a shopping courtyard is attracting even more visitors to this quintessential English village

Read more

If you’re walking in the Peak District, the chances are that you could encounter a reservoir at some point during your ramble. There are dozens of resevoirs dotted around all corners of the national park, we pick some of our favourite walks from our archive.

Read more
Peak District

A five-year Heritage Lottery-funded scheme, launched in 2010, was designed to encourage the restoration and conservation of the distinctive landscape character of a large area of north-east Derbyshire.

Read more

Enjoy the wonder of woodland in our glorious Derwent Valley on this park and ride special.

Read more

Paul Hobson reveals some of the fascinating wildlife there is to be found in this month of transition

Read more

From far away constellations to gas clouds, our night skies are bursting with natural wonders – if you know where to look... Viv Micklefield goes stargazing in Derbyshire

Read more

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust works across six Living Landscapes with 46 nature reserves to ensure there is wildlife and wild places for everyone. Reserve officer Sam Willis tells us about one of his favourite places – Ladybower Wood Nature Reserve

Read more

A multi-million pound makeover attracts more leading brands to one of the UK’s biggest shopping destinations

Read more

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to the following newsletters:

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy


Subscribe or buy a mag today

Topics of Interest


Local Business Directory


Property Search