About Saxon CottageA charming historic cottage in the pretty market town of Steyning with shops on the doorstep.
Add a little heritage to your holiday when you stay in this charming thatched-roof cottage. You’ll be staying in a property that was built during the reign of Mary Tudor in the 16th-century, where much of its original character remains today. Low ceilings, a large fireplace, wonky beams and latticed windows add to its historic charm. Outside there’s a small enclosed garden that’s a real sun-trap in summer.
Saxon Cottage sits in the historic market town of Steyning, where you’ll find other historic buildings and windings streets brimming with independent shops and cafes. It lies on the edges on the South Downs National Park, so you’ll be in perfect countryside walking territory.
Hop on your bike and cycle to Devil’s Dyke, the longest, deepest and widest 'dry valley’ in the UK. Or drive just 30 minutes to the quirky seaside town of Brighton for its winding lanes and Victorian seafront.
Availability & book
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- Changeover day
Kitchen, small dining room, sitting room, garden room and bathroom.
There are steep narrow stairs leading to one double bedroom and one single bedroom.
Notes for guests
Access: If you would like a copy of the access statement for this cottage please call the team on 0344 800 2070.
Heating: Night storage heating included.
Parking: On street parking is available outside the cottage overnight and on Sundays but during the day on Monday - Saturday, cars must be parked elsewhere. Please check the parking sign for restricted times. Some on street parking can be found by St Andrews Church. A nearby car park at Fletchers Croft is located about 455 metres away from the cottage but parking fees and time restrictions apply.
Garden: There is a small enclosed garden which is an ideal suntrap.
Offers: Guests will benefit from a late Sunday checkout of 4pm at this cottage.
Please note: The stairs in this cottage are steep and narrow. There are low beams throughout.
This cottage is on a street in a busy village which can be noisy at times.