A countryside getaway near the Seaside, on the South East Coast of England.
A private Bed and Breakfast situated in a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' with wide open fields and woodlands.
It is a quiet rural environment, with good transport links/roads to nearby towns.
Midway between Battle and Hastings (4 miles), in the heart of the historic 1066 country.
Woodside B&B is a private countryside house with two Ensuite Rooms available for Bed and breakfast.
The Garden King Room with Ensuite (2 persons) and the Deluxe Double with Ensuite (2 persons)
This is the Garden King Room, which has patio doors to the Garden and views to the Garden and woodland beyond. The bedroom has a King size bed, the ensuite bathroom has a large Shower.
The Lounge is opened for Breakfast which has views to the garden and woods beyond. There is a choice of Breakfast (English/Continental) which is freshly made and served each morning.
The Garden area is open to guests.
Parking is available (free).
Wifi is also free.
Rooms have TV and tea making facilities, with biscuits, bottled water.
Linen and toiletries provided.
Prices per room/ per night includes Breakfast.
The owner is on site and will welcome you. Check in is 3 -7pm.
We can not accommodate children, pets. No smoking policy.
We have a local pub The Plough Inn (1 mile) serving good food & ales (Weds – Sat food served).
There’s lots of choice in Battle – ‘Ye Old King’s Head’ and ‘Chequers’ have been recommended by guests.
There is a RSPB Nature Reserve ‘Forewood’ - 5mns walk.
A new link road (Combe Valley Road) is a great short cut from Crowhurst to Bexhill on Sea (15mns -with the lovely seafront De La Warr Pavilion -
We have a local train station (Crowhurst) which 7 mins walk, if you want a 'car free' stay.
Hastings, St Leonards, and Bexhill on Sea are all within 5miles.
Home to the largest beach-launched fishing fleet in Europe. Remains of the first castle in England to be built by William the Conqueror. The ‘old town’ is preserved with cobbled streets and Independent shops.
The award winning Jerwood Gallery is a stunning new art gallery. Hastings Pier was named Pier of the Year 2106 and has just won this year's Architecture Award.
BEXHILL – ON – SEA (5 miles)
Full of ancient history, and includes the famous art deco De La Warr Pavillion, now a contemporary arts centre - with cafe and restaurant looking out to fabulous views! (new road provides a short cut from Crowhurst)
The historic town of Battle has the medieval ruin Battle Abbey
Local Nature Reserve ‘Fore Wood’ is operated by the RSPB.
An oasis for a mass of bluebells and wood anemones, whilst the birdlife the area attracts is as diverse and fascinating with woodland birds and butterflies filling the air. Open all year round. Free to enter.