The Woodland Cabins are situated high on a hill next to the gorgeous village of Alfriston. It's located within the South Downs National Park and on the South Downs Way, set in small private woods. With the ability to cook outside using our firepits, relax under the stars in a hammock, create a den, create your own treasure hunt and look for different types of wildlife, there is something for everyone!
The two cabins are a beautiful retreat experience that portray the natural south coast countryside, surrounded by trees, high on a hill with views of the Cuckmere river. Within a short drive to the seaside and magnificent Seven Sisters, Brighton, Lewes, Eastbourne & Royal Tunbridge Wells. The South Downs National Park is such a unique and special place for wildlife and people looking to have a break away from London too!
We are open all year - a great place to explore with children, dog friendly, a romantic night away, special occasions, mountain bikers, paragliders, canoeists, star gazers, painters or why not rent both of our cabins with friends and have the woods to yourselves! We have lovely woodburners in the cabins for those cozy nights in, or hire a firepit and sit under the stars. Many of our visitors walk or cycle to our cabins and then continue on and complete part or all of the South Downs. We are also working towards having an electric car charging point and becoming carbon-neutral. If you would like to travel via train, we've partnered up with a local taxi company and happy to arrange pick you up from local train stations for a fixed fee. Bus #126 bus from Berwick - Alfriston - Seaford Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays only
# 25 bus from Eastbourne - Alfriston - Lewes, Saturdays
South Downs Way Bridleway paths; Alfriston 17C, Seaford 16 and Alfriston 23A if you would like to walk.
Being neighbours with Rathfinny Wine Estate, you're never too far away from a good bottle of wine. Or if beer is more your thing, the Long Man Brewery is in nearby Litlington. They also do deliveries!
The local village store in Waterloo Square has plenty to offer, with a delicatessan at the rear of the shop. There are plenty of quaint venues for afternoon tea or a spot of lunch. Much Ado Books store is a best seller too and open every day 11 - 5pm with plenty for everyone.
The village also has a great variety of traditional pubs and restaurants such as The George Inn, Ye Olde Smugglers Inne. Alternatively you can walk by the river along to the Plough & Harrow at Litlington. If you are looking for a more formal restaurant, Deans Place and The Wingrove won't disappoint.
Other local amenities include:
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