House on the Brooks has four themed double bedrooms, all with individual en suite bathrooms.
The Main Hall is open timbered to the roof and so it is in all the rooms, excluding the bathrooms.
At the heart of the house is the large, Saxon-inspired communal hall. Open to the roof rafters, and with views down from the ridge of the river and valley. You can entertain your guests at the regal dining table, or recline in luxury on the sofas in the living area.
The fully equipped, modern kitchen is made from re-claimed large Victorian bookcases.
The sitting room looks out to the river valley and has a TV. The house also has free Wi-Fi for your use.
Unravel in the peace and quiet of the garden which is ideal for enjoying the warmer weather and is complete with table, chairs. Sit back, listen to the bird song, duck as the duck fly overhead and admire nature at her most harmonious Sussex best.
The Arts and Crafts Room
Inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement that flourished internationally in the late 19th century. A pause from the rush into industrialism, the Celtic and ‘back to nature’ inspiration of the movement loved the connection between artisan and material.
The Indian Room
The exotically themed double-height Indian room is abundant with spiritual and physical energy. Its sensuous, rich ornamentations will take you back to the days of the Raj.
The Boat Room
The main feature of the nautical themed Boat Room, is a traditional clinker-built, wooden boat. One half sits proudly on the wall above the luxurious king sized bed, as the other half has becomes the opulent bath in the adjoining en suite bathroom.