About the home
Victoria cottage built in 1871 has just hade a complete refurbishment that has taken over two years to complete, period items that could not be saved had to be sourced from all over the country it now boasts wooden beams, period fireplaces. Log burner, cast iron radiators, stripped flooring, ledged and braced doors and stained glass windows.A nautical theme runs through the cottage as this home housed part of the fishing community when it was origanly built, using materials from the local beach. A small secure courtyard with separate access to the beach where your canoes, surf boards or bicycles can be kept at the owners risk.
The main features are
Log burner (wood supplied)
Cast iron radiators
Stripped floors downstairs carpet upstairs
Ledged and braced doors
The cottage is located in the enviable position of being on the South side of theA259, and so you do not have to cross any main roads to access the beach and promenade so very safe for children.This is a small community made up of period cottages and properties with several famous residents who enjoy this idyllic location
Free parking and use of a secure garage, a three minute walk from cottage.
ARRIVAL TIME 3PM THIS IS FLEXIBLE IF ITS NOT A CHANGE OVER DAY.
|Size:||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach:||35 Metres from front door|
|Will consider:||Corporate lets|
|Family friendly?||Suitable for children of all ages|
Unsuitable for people with restricted mobility
|Notes:||No pets allowed|
No smoking at this property
|Luxuries:||Log fire, DVD player|
|General:||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-fi available|
|Standard:||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities:||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms:||2 Bedrooms, 1 family bathroom|
|Furniture:||Single beds (1), Double beds (2), Dining seating for 6, Lounge seating for 6|
|Other:||Linen and towels provided|
Further details indoors:
Small bedroom has double bed with single bunk above and main bedroom has a king size bed.
A small courtyard with table and four chairs.
Free Wi - Fi
Further details outdoors:
Free forecourt parking for one car, a three minute walk away from the cottage and Hove high street.
Secure garage to store a small boat,watersport equipment or bikes.
Two public slipways at Shoreham or launch your boat from the beach.
The South East England / Sussex region
East Sussex is known for its varied coastline which offers spectacular cliff top walks including seven sisters and beachy head. There are many historical sites and monuments inland with spectacular scenery and gardens
The Brighton and Hove / Hove Seafront area
Brighton and Hove is a vibrant city,only one hour from London. You can never be bored for things to do,there are theatres, cinemas, concert halls, comedy theatres, theme pubs and numerous restaurants. Churchhill square shopping centre offers all the high street shops under one roof with ample parking.
For the adventurous the most colourful areas are the North Lanes and the Old Lanes. The North lane area is particularly good, not only for its selection of clothes and records but also for its unique shops and Brighton's largest flea market in Kensington Gardens.
The old lanes are renowned for jewellery, antiques and restaurants. The shops in the Lanes open at around 11am. If you would like to visit the South Downs then this is a fifteen minute drive away and offers small villages, picnic areas and fantastic walks.
Things to do and see in Brighton and Hove
Hove museum and art gallery, 19 New church street,Hove, BN3 4AB free admission.
Hove Lagoon, Kingsway, Hove, windsurfing and sailing tuition
West Blachington mill, Holmes Ave, Hove,BN3 7LE
Sussex County Cricket Club, Eaton Road,Hove
Greyhound Racing, Neville Road, Hove
Duke of York Picturehouse, Preston Circus,BN1 4NA, Grade II listed cinema,cult films comedy and music.
Komedia,Gardner Street,Brighton,BN1 1UN Jazz,comedy,cabarat,world music.
Volks Railway,285 Maderia Drive,BN2 1EN,Trips on a train from Palace Pier to Marina.
Brighton Marina,One of Europes largest marinas with some of the best and diverse restaurants in Brighton and offering sailing,diving,fishing,boat trips,eight screen cinema,twenty six lane bowling,fitness suite,and a casino plus free unlimited parking.
Brighton Museum and Art Gallery,Royal Pavillion Gardens,Free admission.
Brighton Toy Museum,52-55 Trafalger Street.
Brighton Fishing Museum,Kings Road Arches.Free Admission.
Sea Life Centre,Marine Parade.
Old Police Cells Museum,Town Hall,Bartholomews,Brighton,BN1 1JA, Pre-book on 01273- 291052
Theatre Royal,New Road,Brighton,BN1 1SD
The Chattri Monument,South Downs,Near Patcham waymarked Chattri & the Windmill Route.
Beach Sports 299 Maderia Drive BN2 1EN,10 metre climbing wall,ultimate frisbee,volley ball.
Open Top Bus Tour,Running Easter weekend then daily from 30th April to 19th September,leaves Palace Pier every half hour.Takes in the pier,lanes,train station,Royal Pavillion, Marina,and shopping areas.Tickets can be purchased on the bus.
Royal Pavillion,4-5 Pavillion Building,BN1 1EE,Spectacular Seaside Palace of the Prince Regent (George IV)
Grange Museum & Art Gallery,High Street Rottingdean.
Friends Meeting House,Ship Street Brighton BN1 1AF £1.00 for a guided tour,closed Mondays and bank holidays
Lancing College Chapel,Lancing,West,Sussex,BN15 0RW
How to get there
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Activities near Brighton and Hove
Tennis in town
Golf within 30 mins drive
Rural / countryside retreats
Beach or lakeside relaxation
A winter sun break
21 Feb 2013
We had a lovely week in sunny Hove and Brighton. Fantastic for running all along the seafront, walking on the Downs and eating and shopping in Town. The public transport is great and the vegetarian food fantastic.
02 Nov 2012
We enjoyed our first vacation in England and couldn't have stayed in a better place than this nice little cottage. Andy helped us when ever necessary. Thanks again Andy.
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05 Sep 2012
I took three teenage girls to Victoria Cottage for a week. The house is very comfortable - plenty of space downstairs for people to laze about. Upstairs there is lots of storage and a great bathroom. It took us about 35 minutes to walk to Brighton Pier but it was always enjoyable - lots of people to watch and activiites going on.There's masses to do in Brighton and surrounding area. Andy and Lorrae are lovely - very helpful.
|Rental prices originally quoted in: British £||Convert to:|
|Prices for group size 4|
|Period||From||To||Weekly||Nightly rate|| Minimum |
|Spring||2 Apr 13||2 Jun 13||£ 575||£ 145||£ 145||3 Nights|
|Summer||2 Jun 13||2 Sep 13||£ 700||-||-||1 Week|
|Autumn||2 Sep 13||2 Nov 13||£ 550||£ 140||£ 140||3 Nights|
|Early Winter||2 Nov 13||20 Dec 13||£ 500||£ 130||£ 130||3 Nights|
|Christmas/New year||20 Dec 13||6 Jan 14||£ 675||£ 200||£ 200||1 Night|
|Late Winter||6 Jan 14||2 Apr 14||£ 525||£ 135||£ 135||3 Nights|
The property's weekend rates apply to: Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights
NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion.
Security deposit of £250.00 required which can be paid in advance or upon check in (cash only)
Upon booking a 50% non refundable payment/deposit will be required with balance due
four weeks before stay.Payments by bank transfer, cash or cheque, cancellations made after full
payment has been received will be refunded if property is re-let.
Brighton pride weekend, add a £75.00 supplement.
Easter Weekend add £30.00 to the above prices.
No surcharge for late May bank holiday. (Please scroll down)
Arrival time 3pm this time is flexible unless its a change over on your day off arrival.
Departure time 10am.
Three day short breaks are possible during any period exept the summer and Christmas/New Year.
The cost of such a break is 75% of the weekly rate (midweek) and 85% of the weekly rate for
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