South Grange, Northiam, Rye, East Sussex
South Grange Bed and Breakfast is situated in a quiet country lane within easy walking distance of the historic village of Northiam. The area is within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which has a varied coastline from the natural cliffs at Hastings past the wide sandy beaches of Camber to the shingle ridges of Dungeness. There are bird watching opportunities at the reserves of Rye Harbour and New Romney.
South Grange has 3 rooms available for guest accommodation.
1 double room
1 twin bedded room
1 single room
All rooms enjoy a view looking over the gardens and surrounding countryside.
All rooms are supplied with tea and coffee making facilities and bottled water.
The lounge is available for guests where they can curl up in front of the wood burning stove with a good book in winter or enjoy the panoramic views of the countryside in the summer.
South Grange is open to visitors from 1st March to 30th November, however, forward bookings can be made at any time.
Guests are welcomed with a cup of tea or coffee and biscuits or homemade cake.
All rooms are charged at the same rate of £30 per person per night. Guests have the use of a large private bathroom.
Set in one and a half acres of mature gardens and woodland, South Grange Bed and Breakfast is home to foxes and badgers in addition to much other fauna and flora including an excellent display of bluebells in the spring.
Linda and Mike are both keen gardeners and are always pleased to show guests around the gardens and grounds. They are part of the National Gardeners Scheme. They also sell young plants to raise funds for a local charity for those who would like to return home with a reminder of their stay at South Grange.
Breakfast can be taken on the terrace in the summer and will include eggs from South Grange hens in addition to homemade bread and marmalade.
The towns of Tenterden, Cranbrook, Rye, Battle and Hastings are within about 20km and offer a wide range of shops. There are six National Trust properties in about 20km and other attractions include a variety of gardens, including Great Dixter which can be easily reached on foot, Merriments, Hole Park and Pashley Manor, several vineyards and the Kent and East Sussex railway. Linda and Mike Belton, the owners, are very happy to suggest how to plan days out and maps are available on loan.
For more information about our bed and breakfast in East Sussex please visit our website.
Telephone: 01797 252984
Email: [email protected]