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Court Lodge Oast

Sleeps 11
Beds 5
Bathrooms 4
Court Lodge is a substantial and picturesque twin roundel oast house set in pretty gardens within the hamlet of Warbleton. This stylish property is well-proportioned and perfect for sharing with family or groups of friends. It can accommodate up to 11 people with a family bedroom sleeping 3 and a separate ground floor double bedroom with an en-suite shower room across the courtyard in the converted barn. The barn also houses a fabulous games room, perfect for teenagers and adults alike with a full size football table, a Smart TV and PS3 console. In the Oast House, the ground floor is spacious and well furnished, creating a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere with ample rooms for all the family. In the sitting room there is a large inglenook fireplace with wood-burning stove and a magnificent vaulted ceiling which leads through to the dining room. There is also a snug in the roundel, with a Smart T.V, which leads out into the gardens There are a number of outside seating areas to enjoy and children will have fun on the swing set and there is also outdoor table tennis in the open bay garage.

At a Glance

Courtyard or Patio Courtyard or Patio
Family Friendly Family Friendly
Fireplace/Wood Burner Fireplace/Wood Burner
Garden Garden
Large Groups Large Groups
Non-smoking Non-smoking
Off Street Parking Off Street Parking
Pets Welcome Pets Welcome
Rural Rural
Suitable for Workationing Suitable for Workationing
Village Village
WiFi WiFi
Working From Home Working From Home
Pub Nearby Pub Nearby

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The Finer Details

The market town of Heathfield is about 5 miles away and has a good range of shops, and the historic town of Battle is about 11 miles with its ruined Abbey and 1066 battlefields. Although surrounded by the glorious Sussex countryside with many footpaths and woodlands to enjoy (you can walk the 1.2 miles across the fields to the Brewers Arms at Vines Cross), the coast isn't too far way. Head off to Historic Rye and the golden sands at Camber or enjoy a day exploring the artistic North Laine area of Brighton. Bateman's, the home of Rudyard Kipling, Groombridge's Enchanted Forest and Drusillas Park are also nearby, making this a very popular holiday destination for all the family to enjoy.

Shop: 4 miles Pub: 1.4 miles Coast: 13 miles

Ground Floor:
Front door opens into a large...
Entrance Hall: is spacious with slate flagstone flooring, table and downstairs cloakroom with w.c
Dining Room: is a beamed and carpeted room with large wooden dining table and seating for 10, large floor to ceiling window, step down to...
Living Room: is a vaulted beamed carpeted room with 3 comfortable sofas, coffee table , bookcase/shelving with books and board games and a wood-burning stove
Garden Room: is a carpeted roundel room with chairs, table and a Smart TV, with a door providing access to the large garden
Kitchen: is spacious and well-equipped with stone flooring, fully-fitted shaker style kitchen units, breakfast bar with 3 stools, 2 electric ovens, ceramic hob, microwave, large fridge, separate freezer, dishwasher, butler sink, washing machine, small kitchen table and 3 stools, steps down to...
TV Room/Snug is a roundel room with surround sofas and a wall-mounted Smart TV, a door with access to the large garden

Carpeted stairs to a large landing with sofa and 2 stools

First Floor:
Bedroom 1: is a vaulted and beamed carpeted room with king-size bed , bedside tables and lamps , large wooden wardrobe and chest of drawers, 2 velux roof windows with blinds, and additional single bed
En-suite Bathroom: has a tiled floor, white ceramic bath, w.c and wash basin, heated towel rail and full length mirror
Down two carpeted steps to...
Bedroom 2: is a carpeted roundel room with a king-size bed, bedside table and lamp, wooden wardrobe and chest of drawers
Bedroom 3: is a carpeted roundel room with a king-size bed, bedside table and lamp, dressing table and wardrobe with 2 steps up to...
En-suite Bathroom: has tile flooring with a white ceramic bath, w.c, wash basin, overhead mirror and heated towel rail
Bedroom 4: is a carpeted room with twin beds, bedside table and lamp and chest of drawers
Bathroom: has a tiled floor with white ceramic bath with overhead shower attachment, w.c and wash basin and overhead mirror, and heated towel rail

Separate Barn: has a large games room with wooden flooring, double set of doors opening onto terrace, 4 sofas, 2 bean bags, Smart TV, PS3, full size football table, small unit with fridge, sink, toaster and kettle. chest of drawers and side-tables
Bedroom 5: has a wooden floor, double bed with bedside table and lamps, chair and clothes storage unit, full length mirror
En-suite shower room: with stone tiling and shower unit with white ceramic w.c and washbasin and overhead mirror, heated towel rail

Double Garage: with full size outdoor table tennis unit

Garden: is a large 0.6 acre pretty lawned garden with outdoor table and chairs and benches offering lots of places to sit and unwind, with a children's play area, a small unfenced pond with a plastic secure grid and a charcoal barbecue
Parking: There is ample parking outside the property for several cars
Heating: Central heating, wood-burning stove (first basket of logs supplied)
Pets: Two dogs welcome. Please bring your own dog baskets, bedding and towels for wiping muddy paws.
Notes: There is a pond which does have a safety cover in the garden but children should be supervised when outside. High chair, stairgate and cot available.

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• Posted on 22nd May 2023

Great place for kids and adults of all ages. Lots of space. Lovely walks and cute old pubs highly recommend. It


• Posted on 8th May 2023

We had a great stay. Sarah was super communicative and helpful. We were a large group and everyone loved it.


• Posted on 15th March 2023

Just wanted to say we had an absolutely fabulous weekend at Oast Lodge Barn, it is the most fantastic house and we had such an amazing weekend together. I have had many people ask about the property and have sent links to your website.

Also thank you for your help and support whilst booking, we will definitely be visiting again.


• Posted on 3rd February 2023

We had a wonderful stay at this house. Lots of space and separate living areas which we found great for the children to have their own space. Beautiful house in a lovely area. Great communication from Sarah. Thank you for a great stay.


• Posted on 13th January 2023

A great space for our family gathering; spacious enough for us to enjoy together as well as separately! The log burner kept us toastie, making our stay extra special and cosy. There are four comfortable bedrooms in the main house; 2 had en suites with baths only but there is a shower over bath in the main bathroom. The separate barn with it’s own bathroom and separate walk-in shower was really handy for my elderly grandmother. The barn and main house were both surprisingly warm considering the open spaces and size. The kitchen had a good selection of utensils with plenty of cutlery and crockery, the double ovens were a bonus and there was plenty of space in the fridge for all our supplies! Sarah was lovely, a great host, made sure we had everything we needed ahead of our stay and quickly responded to any questions. Definitely recommend and would book again, I imagine a summer stay would be even better!

A stunning location


Heathfield is a small market town located in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in East Sussex. The town has a variety of independent shops, cafes, and restaurants, as well as a weekly market on Saturdays. There are also several pubs in the town, some of which serve traditional English cuisine.

For those interested in history, Heathfield has a number of notable landmarks and buildings. The most prominent is the 14th-century All Saints' Church, which has a beautiful interior and is well worth a visit. There is also the historic Heathfield House, which is now a residential care home but has a fascinating history as a country estate dating back to the 16th century.

The surrounding area of Heathfield is also rich in natural beauty and outdoor activities. There are several nature reserves nearby, including the Cuckoo Trail, which is a 14-mile walking and cycling trail that runs through the heart of the High Weald countryside. Other nearby nature reserves include the Ashdown Forest and the South Downs National Park, both of which offer stunning views and excellent walking trails.

For those looking for a bit of culture, there are several museums and galleries in the area. The Towner Art Gallery in nearby Eastbourne has an impressive collection of modern and contemporary art, while the Bentley Wildfowl and Motor Museum near Lewes is a unique attraction that combines a collection of vintage cars with a nature reserve.

Finally, for families with children, there are several attractions in the area that are sure to keep everyone entertained. Drusillas Park near Alfriston is a popular family attraction with a zoo, adventure playgrounds, and a water park. The Knockhatch Adventure Park near Hailsham is another family-friendly attraction with a variety of outdoor activities, including go-karting and zip-lining.

Great places to eat within walking distance:

The Horse and Groom does a smashing lunch and has a pub garden, just a 4 min drive in Rushlake Green or a very lovely half an hour walk from the house

The Brewers Arms does very decent pub grub, again a 5 min drive or a 30 min walk

The Star Inn is a little further afield and has a really nice mix of Mediterranean and British classics on the menu, 6 minutes in the car or 35 to walk.


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