Holiday cottage, Seaford, East Sussex
"Lambles is ? qui?t location. There is ? nice garden. Very well equipped. We enjoyed staying in Seaford at Lambles."
Great base for touring the area
"Very nice, comfortable flat, in a quiet location. Great as a base for touring the surrounding area, ideas for which are in plentiful supply in the information boxes in the hallway of the flat. Well equipped with everything two people and two dogs need for a relaxing holiday. We enjoyed sitting out on the small deck at the back of the flat and admiring the beautiful garden. What little contact we had with the owners was very pleasant. We would definitely consider staying here again. "
A spacious and well equipped annexe to the owners property. Very limited outside space
"The property is spacious, well equipped and comfortable, with a great deal of local information and maps provided by the owners. The outside space is very limited. The location is in a residential area and very quiet. Lovely walks on the South Downs and coast nearby."
"Although not the 'quaint cottage' type of accommodation, this location suited us very well. It was very well equipped clean and spacious and the owners welcoming and friendly. We are keen walkers and it was good to come back to this comfortable retreat at the end of a solid day's hiking! Thoroughly recommended."
MAY 2017 STAY AT LAMBLES
"This was our second stay at this lovely cottage in Seaford and it was such a pleasure to return. We were so warmly welcomed by both Lesley and Paul...not to mention Benji, their lovely wee canine, who soon offered his own welcome to our own dog, Misty. The cottage is one of the holiday lets that we consider to be just that extra bit special. It is immaculately clean, warm and welcoming and with every home comfort. It is always such a joy to return to after a day spent out and about. We will not hesitate to return to Lambles whenever we need to make the journey down to Seaford once more. It would never occur to us to stay anywhere else. Thank you, Lesley and Paul for having us again. Jeff, Sheila and Misty Hall. "
A comfortable short break
"Lambles is a very comfortable and well equipped place to stay. For an accommodation for two people it is very spacious. It is in a good location for exploring the local area and maps and walks were available to use. Directions to get to the property and other places of interest were good and easy to follow."
"Best Property we have ever rented. Well equipped, lovely welcome and extremely comfortable. Would definitely return."
Best equipped cottage we have stayed in.
"We could not fault this accommodation. Absolutely everything you might need was there. A very comfortable and relaxing place to stay. We hope to return"
Spring stay at The Lambles
"We were made most welcome at the Lambles & thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Seaford! Paul & Lesley were on hand if we needed any local knowledge- but we also had privacy despite being right next door. We found everything we needed and were very comfortable. It was really well equipped. The walks over the Downs were fabulous- much enjoyed by our little dog- who enjoyed meeting the Lambert's dog too! The garden is looking spectacular - lots of hard work gone in there! We would definitely recommend this as a place to stay. "
Our stay in Seaford
"Lambles was one of the best self-catering accommodation we have stayed in. It was clean, very comfortable and extremely well-equipped. The sitting out area was pleasant and peaceful. The owners were friendly and helpful."
Located right at the top of the town and close to Bo Peep Hill, this light and spacious property is ideal for two people who enjoy walking and exploring this most beautiful area on the eastern end of the South Downs close to Beachy Head. Set next to the owners’ home, Lambles is completely private with a large living room and excellent sized bedroom with ensuite shower room. The bedroom overlooks the rear garden which is neatly screened and from the bedroom guests step out onto a small private terrace set with table and chairs.
Bo Peep Hill and the Downs is literally a short walk from the house while the centre of Seaford is just a ten minute walk along pleasant residential lanes where you can enjoy a variety of independent shops, bars and restaurants in the heart of this small seaside town. The town promenade stretches for two miles allowing for bracing sea walks and culminating to the east at Seaford Head where the chalk cliffs meet the shoreline.
The owners here know the area exceptionally well and are delighted to provide you with endless ideas on what to do if you ever get stuck or would welcome some pointers!
Seaford is a small seaside resort that is in one of the most beautiful downland coastal areas you will find. The cliffs rise from the town up to Seaford Head offering fabulous cliff top walks towards Cuckmere Haven and the Seven Sisters, one of the most recognisable views in England. For golf lovers the course at Seaford Head is both challenging and stunning in its setting. This part of East Sussex is where the South Downs meet the sea en route to Beachy Head to the east.
The Seven Sisters Country Park and visitor centre at Cuckmere is a must for any visit. It takes the name of the famous cliffs and comprises 280 hectares of chalk cliffs, the meandering river valley of the River Cuckmere and chalk grassland for visitors to enjoy. It is popular for a number of outdoor activities including birdwatching, cycling and canoeing. We carry a link to the country park from our Places to visit in East Sussex page on our website, so please take the time to read more.
Further east you will find the Belle Toute Lighthouse atop the cliffs close to Beachy Head. The South Downs Way passes immediately beside it. Decommissioned many years ago it was famously moved back in one piece from the cliff edge in 1999 following the constant coastal erosion of the cliffs. It was also the setting of a BBC mini-series in the 1980’s, 'The Life and Loves of a She-Devil'. The famous Beachy Head lighthouse is just a mile further east on the end of the South Downs above the seaside resort of Eastbourne, part of the sunshine coast.
Two miles Inland from Seaford is the beautiful village of Alfriston in the heart of the Downs. The Clergy House in Alfriston was the very first property acquired by the National Trust in 1896 for the princely sum of £10. More up to date, Drusillas Zoo Park just two miles north of the village makes an excellent day out for families with young children. Details of both Drusillas and Alfriston Clergy House are featured on our website together with Newhaven Fort a fascinating Victorian Naval Fortress three miles to the west of Seaford.
Six miles inland Lewes is the principal market town of East Sussex featuring many historic buildings including the castle and Anne of Cleves House. It is one of the few towns within the boundary of the South Downs National Park.
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