200-year-old traditional fishermen’s cottage sleeping two guests, just a few yards away from the seafront and an access point to the South Downs Way.
Feel welcomed and warmed as soon as you arrive in beautiful Meads village and enjoy your stay on the East Sussex coast. This cosy fisherman’s cottage is an idyllic retreat for two guests to enjoy a romantic break and provides all the necessities to unwind and take in some fresh sea air.
This compact white terraced house sits on a winding street, evocative of traditional British seaside towns. This coastal theme continues throughout the property, where blue and white decor and sumptuous furnishings offer a calming atmosphere. Enter the property through the flower-filled front garden and head straight into the lounge area, where a Smart TV is mounted above a wood burner, creating a cosy haven to relax on cooler evenings. For sunnier nights, rustle up a bite to eat in the well-equipped kitchen and head out to the sunny private courtyard to the rear of the property. Up a cottage-style staircase, you’ll find a comfortable double bedroom with a wrought-iron bedstead, and a nautical themed bathroom with shower over bath and WC.
With the quiet Holywell Beach around a mere 5-minute walk away, the property is ideal for a couple looking for a beachside holiday. Take a small detour through The Helen Garden for a scenic stroll or enjoy a 1.5-mile coastal walk to the nearby town of Eastbourne and treat yourself to freshly-caught fish and chips. This route will take you past the historic defensive building of the Wish Tower and Eastbourne’s iconic Grand Hotel. Head west into the South Downs National Park and enjoy the 2-mile hike up to scenic Beachy Head, stopping at the pub on the way.