Down Under cottage is in a perfect countryside setting yet close to all major travel links.
This spacious cottage has underfloor heating throughout and beamed ceilings. There is an open living plan living space incorporating the lounge, dining room and kitchen. The lounge has two sofas and an armchair and the dining table seats six. The kitchen has an oven, hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine provided. Entertainment is available via Freeview television, an iPod docking station and Wifi.
There are two spacious bedrooms with views to the countryside. The double bedroom has an en suite shower room and the second bedroom has two single beds. The family bathroom has a full bath with a shower overhead, WC and basin.
There is a patio area to the rear with views of the South Downs and the Jack and Jill Windmills at Clayton. You can access local bridleways which will bring you to trails and pathways across the countryside and can also lead you on to the South Downs Way.
There is off road parking for up to three cars and there is an outside store which may be utilised for bicycles on request.
Hassocks and beyond
Down Under has fabulous views from the terrace of the Jack and Jill Windmills which overlook much of Mid-Sussex and there are many trails and bridleways which can lead you through the South Downs National Park.
Hassocks has a bustling High Street, with great restaurants, coffee shops, and eclectic shops selling gifts, clothing, jewellery, vintage furniture and more. There is also a monthly Farmers Market where you can sample and buy delicious local produce.
Pyecombe has a 18 hole golf course at Pyecombe and is just 5 minutes from the cottage and has a wonderful backdrop of the Sussex Weald. For a great day out why not visit Plumpton Racecourse, just five miles away, which holds National Hunt meetings from September to May?
Drive thirty minutes from the cottage and you reach Brighton, a vibrant and cosmopolitan city with much to offer. One of its most famous landmarks is the Royal Pavilion which is the spectacular seaside palace of the Prince Regent (George IV) and the Regency heritage of this period is much in evidence in the city.