Holiday Cottages In Hooe To Rent
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Pamela - verified booking
"The cottage was the ideal getaway for a few days, set within beautiful countryside yet only a few minutes drive from the coast. Taking the footpath through sheep fields to Rye takes a pleasant 30 minutes and you could hardly find a more charming little town with so many historic buildings - truly stunning! The cottage was spotlessly clean with a really comfy bed. It was delightful to draw back the curtains in the morning and be greeted by the 3 tame sheep saying hello - we spent lots of time with them as they are so cute! The view from the decking outside the bedroom was idyllic, over the sheep fields towards the rooftops of Rye to the sea in the distance. The friendly owners made sure we had settled in, then left us to ourselves but were on hand if we needed them. The cottage was very well equipped with lots of nice little extras, although (to be really picky) it would have been useful to have a small freezer. We visited a few nearby National Trust places as well as Dungeness - well worth a visit for its "desert" scenery. All in all, S13998 is a brilliant place to stay if you're looking for peace and quiet in a beautiful setting but with easy access to many interesting places. Definitely recommended!"
Thomas - verified booking
"A lovely place to stay for wonderful walks along the beach, the Undercliff Walk, straight down to Brighton Marina and Brighton Town Center. Just as well you can go for long walks in the countryside. The Cottage itself is beautiful and in a very good state. All electrical equipment is in a perfect state, Wifi is top. The bathroom is small, but nice and the shower works like a charm. Beds are perfect and the enclosed garden is a lovely place to enjoy a good cup of coffee or a nice BBQ. Rottingdean itself is very traffic polluted, moving along the streets as a pedestrian isn´t very pleasurable.Parking in the garage should be easy for Smarts or Minis, but not for SUVs. But there is enough free parking space up the road. Mind you, a long way up the road... ;-) No, it´s ok, you might have to walk 200 m or so.Once we had parked our car, we left it there all week and got us a Network Saver Bus ticket for roundabout 22 GPB a week. Cheaper and much more pleasurable than going into town by car.Would we come back to Rottingdean and S26240? Yes, any time!"
Elise - verified booking
"We loved our stay at S13998 and really appreciated the little touches to make us feel welcome - homemade scones, choccies and wine. Our 5-year old daughter also loved the sheep that are almost right outside the front door and really enjoyed that pellets had been left to enable her to feed them! The main bedroom on the first floor is extremely cosy with lovely bedding and lots of light courtesy of the Velux windows. The living room is compact but absolutely perfect for the three of us and there were some great DVDs to keep us entertained. The only downside about the property was the kitchen/bathroom areas...both are nicely furnished with pretty much everything you would want but, unfortunately, there's no heating in the kitchen and, unless you're using the oven, the floor (in particular) is chilly. This didn't stop us from having a perfectly nice break and we'd happily return but it might be worth installing central heating in the kitchen and bathrooms to guarantee that same cosy feel that we had in the living room/bedroom."
Paul - verified booking
"The big plus about this cottage is the wonderful location, perched atop a cliff with lovely views to the south over the channel and to the west along the coast, where we saw some amazing sunsets.Large property with secure decked area to patio doors to front and beyond a secured mainly turfed garden. This was ideal for our 2 small dogs. Parking for 2 cars directly outside and property accessed by gravel road. Spacious lounge, adequate kitchen, decent size bedrooms and main bathroom. We didn't use the games room upstairs.The negatives were that when we arrive the place smelt of dogs, and although we have dogs, this smell was off putting. Soon had windows open and bought and used air fresheners which did the trick. Everywhere was clean, but the kitchen was dirty. Previous occupants had left a dirty greasy oven, dirty microwave, some cutlery marked and oven and work tops not clean. We had to spend a bit of time with soap and water to make it clean, which we shouldn't have to do.Otherwise a nice property in great location."
Vanessa - verified booking
"S50202 was an excellent location being right on the seafront at St Leonards. The apartment was surprisingly large, very comfortable and very well equipped. Other reviewers have mentioned damp but it certainly wasn't an issue for us. On street car parking is free but it was difficult to find a space. However, this was not a problem as we just decided to walk everywhere or parked in the public car park nearby. Carol Anne was very welcoming and left us a pint of milk so that we could have a cuppa on arrival after a long journey. Carol Anne also put fresh flowers is the rooms. In the summer, and when the scaffolding comes down I'm sure the front courtyard will be a lovely place to sit. One of the main things for us was that it was dog friendly. Some nice restaurants within walking distance."