An award winning 5 star bed and breakfast located in the village of Boreham Street, Boreham House sits on a ridge offering fabulous views over beautiful Sussex countryside in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Boreham House is a beautiful Grade II listed Georgian house built around 1796 and was originally the home of the local apothecary. Set in around 2½ acres with a formal, walled garden, woodland and a field. Boreham Street sits on a ridge offering wonderful views north over the High Weald and south over the Pevensey Marshes to the sea.
Simon and Sara dreamed of creating a luxurious bed and breakfast home during long careers in academia and consulting which took them both all over the world. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, between the HIgh Weald and the Channel Coast at Hastings, Grade II listed Boreham House presented the perfect opportunity to fulfil that dream. Whilst Simon continues in his professional career from the comfort of his home office, they both lavish their guests with the warmest of welcomes and an amazing choice of breakfast options!
Grade II Listed Georgian House×
The Woolner, Super King with Views to the High Weald×
Fabulous En-Suite Bathroom×
The Kingswell with Views to the Sea×
The Kingswell's Beautiful Bathroom×
The Ashburnham, Super King×
And, relax with a view×
Luxury Bed and Breakfast, East Sussex×
Choose one of the elegant, spacious bedrooms with sumptuous Vi Spring beds, each with luxurious ensuite bathrooms with large walk-in showers. All three rooms are beautifully furnished with sumptuous beds, all with handmade Vi-Spring mattresses and the finest Egyptian cotton linen. Each individually decorated room has a widescreen HD TV with free view, free Wi-Fi, and a complimentary tray with a selection of teas, coffee and hot chocolate.
In house cuisine: Breakfast is entirely at the guests’ discretion – full English breakfast with locally sourced bacon and sausages, tomatoes, mushrooms and black pudding, a choice of cereals, homemade natural yoghurt, delicious jams and marmalades, fresh squeezed orange juice, and toast. Continental breakfast and a range of vegetarian options are also available.
Eating out: Should eating out be your preferred option, a list of recommended dining places is available and Sara is always delighted to book the destination of your choice. The Bull Inn in the village is just a short stroll away.
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A picturesque East Sussex village set on a ridge with views over the Pevensey Marshes to the south and the vast expanse of the Ashbourne valley tothe High Weald to the north, Boreham Street was registered in the Domesday Book as a village of 280 people, land able to support 18 ploughs, woodland for 200 pigs, three salt workings, and a chapel! Dating back to the 15th Century, the church contains two very rare iron tombstone heads. Boreham Street is perfectly located to explore the stunning countryside of East Sussex and many great historic sites - Battle Abbey and Battlefield, Herstmonceux Castle, Pevensey Castle and Batemans, former home to Rudyard Kipling.
On the map: On the southerly border of the High Weald, Boreham House is equidistant between Hailsham and Battle
By car: About 6 miles east of Hailsham and 6 miles west of Battle on the A271
By train: Boreham House is approximately 10 minutes drive from Battle railway station. There are trains to London (Cannon Street , Charing Cross, London Bridge and Waterloo East) two or three times an hour. Pevensey and Westham station is about the same distance, with Eastbourne and Polegate stations being about a 20 minute drive away. There is an hourly train to and from London (Victoria) to those stations
By air: Gatwick Airport is about 1 hour by car from Boreham House. There is also a regular direct train service to Polegate and Eastbourne from the Airport. Polegate and Eastbourne stations are about 15-20 minutes away by car where taxis are available for hire if required
From £80.00 to £150.00 per night per room, double occupancy, and including home baked goodies and a full English breakfast
The Woolner Suite: From £110.00 in low season to £150.00 in high season. Note: The suite can also be arranged as a family room accommodating up to two adults and two children
The Ashburnham Room: From £90.00 in low season to £120.00 in high season
The Kingswell Room: From £80.00 in low season to £100.00 in high season
Outside of certain peak periods and bank holidays, a discount for stays during the week is available (Sunday through to Thursday nights inclusive).
All prices include breakfast. Rates above are per room based on two people sharing on weekday nights. A 20% discount applies for single occupancy. There is a supplement of 10% per child (maximum two children 15 years and under) for families in the Woolner Suite.
Payment may be made by cash, cheque, debit card or credit card. Please note that a 2% administration charge will be added for credit card payments.
Check In: From 4pm onwards, but we can take your luggage earlier
Check out: By 11 am but, again, we can hold your luggage for you until later in the day if required