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Originally the home of the local apothecary, this delightful Grade II listed Georgian luxury Wolsey Lodge B&B has been lovingly and sympathetically restored. With wonderful views across the High Weald or Pevensey marshes towards the sea, it sits in beautiful grounds of over two acres, with woodland, a magnificent walled garden bursting with colourful flowers and an avenue of lime trees, which Wolsey Lodge guests are invited to explore and enjoy.
Inside this superb country house B&B, a clever, stylish mix of antiques and classically modern furniture, coupled with lovely colour schemes and soft furnishings creates a welcoming and relaxing ambience. The ‘Snug’ is perfect for B&B guests to read, relax or even play the piano! The spacious guest rooms have ultra comfortable beds and luxurious en suite bathrooms. All the little extras are on hand to enable B&B guests to unwind entirely.
The delicious breakfasts using locally sourced ingredients is served in the elegant dining room and will set Wolsey Lodge guests up for the day.
Your B&B Hosts
Although relatively new to their B&B business, Sara and Simon are already receiving rave reviews. They love entertaining and nothing is too much trouble, including making reservations for guests at local pubs and restaurants. Simon is a business consultant and Sara left her career in higher education to run Boreham House as a B&B, once the restoration was complete.
Both are well travelled with Sara having lived in the Middle East and Africa. They are very involved in village life and spend many happy hours walking their Norfolk terrier Rosie, enjoying the glorious countryside surrounding their home.
Ideally situated for discovering East Sussex and Kent with wonderful walks (the 1066 path is adjacent), fabulous beaches, glorious gardens, National Trust properties, 1066 landmarks, castles, museums and other places of interest abound in this area. Visitors to Glyndebourne or the many other festivals and shows taking place each summer will find Boreham House luxury Wolsey Lodge B&B the perfect base.
Attractions Near Boreham House
Glyndebourne, Herstmonceux, Bodiam and Pevensey Castles, Battle and all things 1066, 1066 walk from Pevensey to Rye via Battle, Batemans, Sissinghurst Castle, Great Dixter, Beachy Head and Seven Sisters Country Park, Drusilla's Zoo, Charleston Farmhouse (Bloomsbury Group), Blackstock Farm, Local beaches, Rye and Hastings.
Glyndebourne Season - May to September
Eastbourne Tennis - June
Medieval Festival in August (Herstmonceux)
Airbourne - Eastbourne Air Show - August
Hastings Food and Wine Festival - September