Ticehurst, East Sussex
See the Sussex countryside from a new angle at the immaculately styled Tinkers Treehouse, with a cosy interior and acres of woodland all around
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Tinkers Treehouse is owned and managed by Stephen Jones.
Nestling in five acres of woods near the Kent and Sussex border, Tinkers Treehouse is one well-hidden hideaway. A short walk from a beautiful lake and the village of Ticehurst, it’s perfect for a couple or solo traveller seeking solitude and cosiness.
Make your way up the wooden staircase and you will arrive on deck, from where the natural beauty of your surroundings will soon become evident. Badgers, deer and birds are the only neighbours you’ll find here, so look out for them on your walks through the woodlands.
A fire-pit and a table and chairs on the balcony will allow you to dine outside in comfort even on chillier nights, while inside, there’s a modern and well-equipped kitchen – part of the open-plan living space. There will be tea and locally roasted coffee waiting for you, and breakfast hampers can be arranged too if needed.
Relaxing on the chunky leather sofa beneath wooden beams will be made even more pleasurable by the warming log-burner. A TV with Freeview, and books and games, will keep you occupied. A king-size bed and shower room complete the picture – this treehouse feels more like an apartment, and a luxurious one at that.
It’s a 15-minute walk through the fields to the award-winning local pub, The Bell Inn, which serves such great meals it’s well worth reserving in advance. The village is shop is a similar distance away so you should never be stuck for a pint of milk, and other country pubs in the area will serve you well if you go walking further, possibly around the lakes of Bewl Water. This ever-popular spot makes for a fine day out, with cycling, canoeing and sailing among its possibilities.
The pretty scenery of the High Weald extends for miles, and if driving, you can find no end of villages and small towns. Nearby Stonegate will give you the opportunity to hop on the train and head for Tunbridge Wells, Battle or Hastings. Other historic spots in the region include Scotney Castle, Bodiam Castle and Bateman’s, Rudyard Kipling’s former home and within a 20-minute drive of Tinkers Treehouse.
Bedgebury Pinetum and Hawkhurst Fish Farm come recommended for more tranquil excursions, and it won’t take long to reach the coastal towns of Rye and Winchelsea.
The treehouse is fully fitted with everything you should need, including bedding, towels, kitchen utensils, crockery, cutlery and we provide all logs, kindling, matches, firelighters and newspaper free of charge
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