Friday, 26 June 2015

www.theholidaycottages.co.uk/EastSussex/1331 Caburn Cottages Glynde, Lewes, East Sussex

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Caburn Cottages offer self catering accommodation located just outside the village of Glynde near the town of Lewes in East Sussex. There are a total of eight flint and brick self catering cottages available all offering everything you will need for a relaxing and peaceful holiday.
You can find this advert on our website www.theholidaycottages.co.uk by clicking on the details below:
Caburn Cottages, Glynde, Lewes, East Sussex (Sleeps 1-32)
The holiday cottages comprise between one and three bedrooms. Each has a kitchen/lounge and a bathroom. They are double glazed and well insulated and have an area of lawn outside with garden furniture. All are single storey, making them ideal for children and the elderly.
There is a folder in each cottage with leaflets on places of interest, and giving useful information on local pubs, restaurants and theatres. In the surrounding area guests can enjoy walking, cycling, sea fishing, golf and much more. 
Lewes is an historic market town only 2 miles from us with many interesting buildings including a Norman castle and keep, a museum, Anne of Cleves’ house and Southover Grange gardens.
Drusillas Park is very popular with families and is close to the pretty little village of Alfriston, once the haunt of smugglers. The village has some lovely shops, tea shops and half-timbered buildings.
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