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Hartfield, East Sussex
Valley View Barn
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F. - verified booking
"This is a fantastic house with beautiful views. Enough space for larger groups. Two large bathrooms, spacious bedrooms. Kitchen and utility room with all the trimmings, only the tap in the kitchen did not work properly and was half loose and the extractor hood did not.Minpunten are the roller blinds for the sloping windows in the bedrooms. These can be attached with a strip of Velcro in 1 bedroom but in the other something was made of kneaded rubber which did not fit, so no darkening for the windows. The double bed in this room really did not fit, just deep holes in the old mattress. The bedding was fine, however. And the other beds were fine too. Furthermore, it was noticeable that the house was equipped with cheap materials and the doors of the kitchen and conservatory did not fit well and had large gaps of half a centimeter. The stove was doing fine, by the way, so we did not have it cold. Plus is also the presence of ironing board and iron and further there was a lot of information about the omgeving aanwezig.De arrival was less, we could not find it and were telephoned by a young man who was hardly interested and us in the wrong direction sent. When we finally found it we had to get the key out of the safe with code to enter. Fine, but the house was cold and chilly, it was already dark and we did not feel very welcome, despite the bottle of apple juice, cookies and chips that were ready in the kitchen. Also a number of things did not work, we called again and the young man came within 10 minutes. But he did not know it either, we later had to invent everything ourselves, we found that a shame. Furthermore, the house can only be reached by car via a narrow bump road that leads to the main road and you can not go anywhere on foot. This is difficult when you have to let dogs out. Still, it remains a beautiful house, but it needs some tender, love and care, just"
Clare - verified booking
"We had a lovely stay, 4 adults and we filled it! I am not sure where another two would fit in, not only the day beds but also it would have been a squeeze around the kitchen table. So we were quite pleased my son and his wife did not join us, as they may have!The beds were extremely comfortable and lovely en suites with all space well used and everything we needed.Downstairs you had to duck under beams which we managed and we loved all the homely touches. We loved the location and the farm shop a 5 minute walk away was a bonus. To reach wonderful countryside from the back door was great and the outlook and peace was fabulous. We walked a lot and explored Ashdown Forest and 'Pooh' country and found a great coffee (the best we had) and farm shop at Cherry Gardens Farm on a circular walk we did round Withyham. Having our OS map was a plus.Visited Wakehurst, Penshurst Place and Hever Castle which were all beautiful with Autumn colours and sunshine. Very lucky."
Robinson family - verified booking
"We stayed at waterside house in September 2015 for 7 nights. We used this amazing property for a family reunion and everyone had a great time. From the minute we drove down the long driveway and saw this very private and huge house on the banks of the reservoir we knew the property was special. All the rooms are huge with ensuites, so everyone had the chance to relax and the many entertaining areas also meant plenty of space for all the family members and kids. The table tennis and croquet sets were a hit with the kids and adults alike! The area is fantastic with lots of activities including quad bike riding, boating, go ape & fishing right out the front door. There are also lots of great pubs with great food in the area, our favourite was the Bull which is a very old pub less than 10 minutes away. We will definitely be back!"
Emily R - verified booking
"We went to Waterside House for a reunion weekend which is something we do every year but this was definitely our favourite of the places we have stayed in. It has an unbeatable location on Bewl water, is secluded but not cut off, there are wonderful walks around the lake and even a pub you can walk to. The house itself has everything you could wish for, the bedrooms are large and beautifully decorated and there is plenty of space throughout to relax, get together and have fun (the hot tub was very popular, even in October). The owner was very welcoming and helpful and gave us lots of useful information about walks, local facilities and also provided us with details for a caterer. We will definitely come back and look forward to our next visit."
Amanda - verified booking
"Had a fantastic time here. Only had two small problems....with regards to comfort, banged our heads a few times in the en-suit bathroom on the top floor. The other issue was bins...we struggled to dispose of our rubbish as the bins were already full from the previous guests, probably due to christmas and new year rubbish collections. We had a trip on the recommended steam train and loved it, might also be worth recommending the woods at Harrison rocks that we walked to from oakley, lovely walk over the bridge and along the path with the dogs and the children really enjoyed the woods. Everyone is so friendly in the village would definitely like to come back. Thankyou."