High Weald tree house accommodation in Sussex

Location:
Mayfield, East Sussex, in the High Weald AONB
Price:
From 340 - 427 per accommodation per week
Prices shown are per eco-lodge tree house, each sleeping two guests in a double bed. Heating, light, linen and towels included. Rates vary according to season.
Reviews:
1 review5 star rating
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High Weald tree house accommodation in Sussex

Each of the two eco-lodge tree houses provide luxury self-catering accommodation for two people.... for grown-ups that want to fulfil their innermost childish dreams.

Clad with sustainable timber and fully insulated, exceeding residential building regulation standards, they contain a double bedroom, en-suite wet room, seating and dining areas, fully equipped kitchen and sheltered balcony. Accessed via it's own winding path from a dedicated parking area, the eco-lodges are hidden amongst mature trees including magnificent Scots Pines and other native specimens. Working with the Weald's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, historic maps show that the tree line is an ancient boundary which existed thousands of years ago. Located on the edge of the gardens, the eco-lodge tree-houses are also accessible from other accommodation at the farm whilst providing complete privacy. Both ramp and step access are available to each lodge and from the sheltered, decked balcony you can enjoy uninterrupted valley views of stunning Sussex countryside.

Rooms, food and facilities

Each lodge sleeps two people, offering them all the usual mod cons that our guests have come to expect in our 4-star quality graded holiday accommodation. Facilities include heating, hot water, LCD TV & DVD, fresh white linen and towels, wireless broadband and DVD library. The kitchen comes with dishwasher, washing machine/dryer, hob, combination microwave and oven.

The project has brought with it many environmental benefits, including the use of sustainable materials, the planting of over 500 trees at the farm and the implementation of our wildlife habitat protection plan, including the introduction of rare owl enticement nests and other bird boxes.

How to find us

We are 2 miles from Stonegate train station (1hr London) and less than two miles to the shops and pubs in Mayfield village. We are sign posted from Mayfield village. We can provide directions with maps on request.

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Landscape

In addition to our four star grading assessment, Fair Oak Farm has been awarded a Quality in Tourism award for welcoming walkers and cyclists. OS maps are provided in the properties along with many other published maps and local guides that include walking and cycling routes. Endless walks are available in every direction from the farm through woodland or open land, via lakes, streams and land dedicated for protected wildlife habitats. We have also mapped a route that combines parts of several published walks, guiding our guests through woodland and wonderful landscapes in to Mayfield village, crossing streams, through medieval iron age land marks and arriving at a country pub for refreshments!

Apart from the changing colour of the leaves, the woodland and landscape varies according to season whether it be the first snowdrops in January or the sea of bluebells through the woodlands in the Spring.

We work closely with the community to help keep the footpaths accessible whilst sustaining the landscape for future generations.

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Story behind the experience

Since their purchase of Fair Oak Farm 2006, Penny & Ian have developed the farm in to an extrememly attractive and unique rural holiday destination for couples, families and groups. Historic features of the buildings and land have been retained and maintained. Much of the land continues to be grazed, currently with Alpacas. Native specimen tress have been re-planted maintaining ancient tree lines and boundaries. The eco-lodge tree houses took two years of planning and a further seven months to build, mostly single handed using skilled carpentry.

Accommodation provider no: 1655

High Weald tree house accommodation in Sussex

Reviewed 16 Oct 2012 by Danielle Pearson5 star rating

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?


The views and cuddling next to a warm winters fire :)

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?


Bring plenty of warm clothes and some books!

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?


Yes! There was a local shop that earns lots of business from the holiday!

4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?


5 star would go back everyday! Forever'
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