Park Farm Self Catering

Country Cottages

Hastings East Sussex
4 Cottages, 16 Guests
Self Catering

About Park Farm

Cosy Holiday Cottages near Battle, Hastings & Bexhill East Sussex

Park Farm Country Cottages are located in the very heart of 1066 Country. East Sussex offers our guests Castles, Country Houses, Formal Gardens, Museums to visit as well as the wonderful trails of nearby Battle Woods to explore.

From the historic town of Battle, with its famous abbey, London can be reached by train in only one hour and twenty minutes while the coastal resorts of Bexhill, Hastings and Eastbourne are but a short drive away.

And for those guests who enjoy horse riding, Hyfield Stables are right on our doorstep.

Meadow View Cottage

Meadow View is the latest of our cottages to be converted.
All on one level, its stable door opens into an open-plan kitchen, dining and living area. French doors lead to a private, enclosed walled garden and beyond this, a larger lawned area enjoys views to distant Beach Head.

Price Per Week

From £535

Honeysuckle Cottage

Honeysuckle Cottage was originally one of three, single-level calf sheds when Park Farm had 300 dairy cows. It now provides comfortable, self-contained accommodation over two levels with its own private garden.

Price Per Week

From £525

Primrose Cottage

Primrose Cottage is also on two levels and was converted into self-catering holiday accommodation during the winter of 2007. Its stable door opens into a dining area and adjacent living room area. Straight ahead a French door accesses the private garden and a spiral staircase leads to the first-floor twin bedroom with ensuite shower room/WC.

Price Per Week

From £500

Clover Cottage

Clover Cottage is the mirror image of Primrose Cottage. Its ground-floor dining/living room area also has private garden access and its galley kitchen leads directly to the ground-floor double bedroom with ensuite bathroom/WC.

Price Per Week

From £500

Things to do in 1066 Country

Hastings Cautiously Ready For Visitors

Hastings Cautiously Ready For Visitors

Hastings Borough Council is cautiously welcoming visitors to the town once again from 4 July 2020, providing they respect the town, and follow government guidance and social distancing. Kevin Boorman, manager of 1066 Country Marketing, the local...

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Pevensey Courthouse Museum

Pevensey Courthouse Museum

Pevensey Courthouse Museum is an intriguing destination in the heart of 1066 country. From Tudor times until 1886 the building served as a courthouse with prison cells and an exercise yard. The building then served as the town hall. The prison cells were...

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Great Dixter House and Gardens

Great Dixter House and Gardens

Despite appearances Great Dixter is actually three houses. A mid-15th century house, an early 16th century house transported here in 1910 from Benenden Kent and a third combining the two completed in 1912 and designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Christopher...

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Visit 1066 Country in Style

Self Catering Holiday Cottages