Holiday cottage, Pett Level, East Sussex
We loved our stay
"We loved our stay at Trewella Lodge and highly recommend it. We were given a warm welcome by the owners both personally and in the form of a basket of goodies and dairy products in the fridge. The house is tastefully decorated, extremely comfortable and well-equipped in every way, including reading material for young and old, plus toys for indoors and outdoors for our grandchildren. There was plenty of room for three adults and two children, and on sunny days we enjoyed the veranda and the garden. The house is in an absolutely quiet cul-de-sac, where we could only hear the birds singing. It is actually only a short walk from the beach, but we didn't`t like the walk along the road (no pavements), the longer walk around the back through a field is preferable. Hence my "good" and not "excellent" for the location. The area is simply wonderful and offers a great variety of beaches and coastline, long walks, birdwatching plus delightful towns and villages. As I said, we loved our stay and highly recommend it."
Feels like home
"Most important: We definately want to come back! For our litte Family (3) Trewella Lodge was the ideal place to stay for a week. It's quite and cosy, the sea is just araound the corner and for a day-trip to London we went by train. Easy. Relaxing. Feels like home!"
Thank you for your review. We are so glad you enjoyed your stay at Trewella Lodge and we look forward to welcoming you again in the future.
Trewella Lodge has been thoughtfully designed to cater for family holidays and for those families where wheelchair access is needed. The Lodge is located along a quiet lane less than 300 metres from the pebbly beach in the seaside village of Pett Level. The layout is open plan and spacious to allow for a wheelchair to move around easily. Large sofas and an electric reclining chair make the lounge area a comfortable and cosy spot to sit to enjoy a film or family board game. The dining area can seat six guests comfortably and is next to the modern, well equipped kitchen. All the important appliances you would expect to find in this home from home holiday cottage. The property has two bedrooms, one twin bedroom and one double bedroom. There is a family wet room which is suitable for disabled guests; adjustable wash hand basin, wheelchair accessible shower with low level controls and heated towel rail. There is an additional WC off the lounge. The property has a selection of board games, reading material, I-Phone docking station and stereo radio music player and free Wifi, so less for you to pack. There is the option to sleep two extra guests on the lounge sofa bed should you require but you must request this at the time of booking. We can provide a travel cot and highchair for the younger guest in your party if required.
Outside, The Lodge sits in its own large secluded garden with wraparound decking. There is a table and chairs for outside dining and a barbecue area on the lawn. There is level parking for two cars, off the road just outside the fenced garden and gate. A decked ramp leads up to the front door.
Although the property has been designed to cater for disabled needs, it makes a fabulous cosy, comfortable holiday accommodation for all the family and is a great base for exploring 1066 Country.
Trewella Lodge is situated in the village of Pett Level. In the vicinity are spectacular clifftop walks, a local nature reserve and bird sanctuary. Hastings Country Park Nature Reserve, stretching from Hastings to Cliff End, Pett Level where it gives access to the beach, is a unique 660 acre area of maritime sandstone cliff with a clifftop area of grassland and heath, woodland, glens covered with gorse and trees, nature trails and spectacular walks, one of which leads to the coast at Fairlight Glen. Set in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, most of the park has been designated a special Area of Conservation and a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
The Medieval town of Rye is close by and a visit to the Heritage Centre is a must, where you can watch the town model's 'Sound and Light' show, which goes into detail about the history and the colourful past of Rye and its inhabitants. Or amble around the many antique shops in the Strand Quay and hunt out a bargain!
The town of Winchelsea is a short drive away and, like Rye, has a rich history and links to the days of smugglers. One of the many cellar tours that take place during the year are a worthy visit and a chance to see parts of the town that are not normally on show. With far reaching views over the marshes and out to sea, it really is a pleasant way to spend a few hours and a good place for picking up the 1066 Country footpaths.
Just a 5 minute drive away is the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, where you can walk along the sea wall and out on to the marshes to enjoy the flora and fauna. You can choose to walk out to Camber Castle, originally located on a shingle spit and where once it protected the towns of Rye and Winchelsea before the sea receded. Although no longer open to visitors it is still a striking landmark worth a visit. The beach of Camber Sands is just a short drive away and has miles of sandy beach and dunes to explore. Or visit the rock pools at low tide of the pebbly beach.
Hastings is close by and is another seaside town worth visiting if you have time. A mixture of the traditional seaside attractions mixed with the charm of vintage and contemporary, with galleries and antique shops to browse.
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