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The South Downs is the UK's newest National Park, it stretches from Winchester in the West to Eastbourne in the East and offers over 600 square miles of pristine English countryside. It is paradise for hikers, mountain bikers, road cyclists and anyone who loves a countryside stroll.

From the South Downs National Park, it is easy to explore cosmopolitan Brighton and the county towns of Winchester, Lewes and Chichester. There are family-friendly activities galore and more picnic spots than you can shake a stick at. We love the little village of Ditchling with its two pretty churches, an award-winning museum and delightful tearooms. Further west, Arundel is packed with cute little antique shops and places to grab lunch. Those of you who like hiking and a challenge can walk the length of the park on the South Downs Way, it covers 100 miles of some of the England's finest countryside.

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Holiday Cottages In The South Downs To Rent

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The South Downs is the UK's newest National Park, it stretches from Winchester in the West to Eastbourne in the East and offers over 600 square miles of pristine English countryside. It is paradise for hikers, mountain bikers, road cyclists and anyone who loves a countryside stroll.

From the South Downs National Park, it is easy to explore cosmopolitan Brighton and the county towns of Winchester, Lewes and Chichester. There are family-friendly activities galore and more picnic spots than you can shake a stick at. We love the little village of Ditchling with its two pretty churches, an award-winning museum and delightful tearooms. Further west, Arundel is packed with cute little antique shops and places to grab lunch. Those of you who like hiking and a challenge can walk the length of the park on the South Downs Way, it covers 100 miles of some of the England's finest countryside.

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  1. Confirmed Guest

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    "We had a super holiday; Brooks Lodge is spacious and comfortable, Susie was very helpful in attending to some initial queries we had, and the weather could not have been more glorious!3 minor observations:1. The Wifi worked very well on days 1 and 3, but did not work at all on days 2 and 4.2. The tea-making provisions were more limited than we have had at other RR properties – just 6 tea bags at the bottom of a tin.3. The estate where Brooks Lodge is situated is off a road which gets extremely busy at certain times of day. To travel to/from anywhere on the coast or to any shops (there are none in Piddinghoe or any of the other nearby villages) it is necessary to drive on this road and then on a one-way system through Newhaven. The road from Brooks Lodge to Newhaven and Newhaven itself were totally gridlocked from mid-afternoon until early evening on each of the days we were staying. The only alternative would be a longer route going inland via Lewes."
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  2. Confirmed Guest

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    "We had a super holiday; Brooks Lodge is spacious and comfortable, Susie was very helpful in attending to some initial queries we had, and the weather could not have been more glorious!3 minor observations:1. The Wifi worked very well on days 1 and 3, but did not work at all on days 2 and 4.2. The tea-making provisions were more limited than we have had at other RR properties – just 6 tea bags at the bottom of a tin.3. The estate where Brooks Lodge is situated is off a road which gets extremely busy at certain times of day. To travel to/from anywhere on the coast or to any shops (there are none in Piddinghoe or any of the other nearby villages) it is necessary to drive on this road and then on a one-way system through Newhaven. The road from Brooks Lodge to Newhaven and Newhaven itself were totally gridlocked from mid-afternoon until early evening on each of the days we were staying. The only alternative would be a longer route going inland via Lewes."
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  3. Confirmed Guest

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    "UK was experiencing a heatwave with record high temperatures during the entire 2 weeks of our stay!. Brooks Lodge has many large windows/glass doors. It felt like an oven in the house. There was only 1 fan for cooling. There was no shade on the deck, no umbrella! We could only get 1 channel on the TV. The heat was intolerable both inside & outside the house. It ruined the vacation.I realize that these were record high temperatures for UK. However, I think Snaptrip should warn future summer occupants of this house. I personally suffered from heat exhaustion inside the property during the day. I'm sure all the RR properties were too warm indoors at this time but Brooks Lodge is almost all glass.Aside from this real problem, the house and location are beautiful. Indeed, I stayed there last year in cooler weather & found the place delightful."
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  4. Confirmed Guest

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    "UK was experiencing a heatwave with record high temperatures during the entire 2 weeks of our stay!. Brooks Lodge has many large windows/glass doors. It felt like an oven in the house. There was only 1 fan for cooling. There was no shade on the deck, no umbrella! We could only get 1 channel on the TV. The heat was intolerable both inside & outside the house. It ruined the vacation.I realize that these were record high temperatures for UK. However, I think Snaptrip should warn future summer occupants of this house. I personally suffered from heat exhaustion inside the property during the day. I'm sure all the RR properties were too warm indoors at this time but Brooks Lodge is almost all glass.Aside from this real problem, the house and location are beautiful. Indeed, I stayed there last year in cooler weather & found the place delightful."
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  5. Mike, Lorna, Hugo & Felix

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    "The house is beautifully designed and executed and is the nicest Snaptrip property we have stayed in and we've tried lots over the years. The boys loved the lemon drizzle cake and we loved the extremely comfortable beds, fresh flowers and toweling robes. There was so much to do here and with fantastic weather we were spoilt for choice in things to do. Highlights did include Brighton Pier (including delicious fish and chips), exploring Lewes - it's castle. The boys really enjoyed the museum at Brighton and Hove, lots to see. We had a fantastic lunch at the Karn Inn, fine to round off the holiday. We will be back."
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