Caburn Cottages are a group of eight holiday cottages built using local brick and flint, on the site of our former cowsheds. Our cottages are attractively furnished and equipped to a high standard.
The cottages comprise between one and three bedrooms, each with a kitchen/lounge and a bathroom. They are are double-glazed and well-insulated, and have an area of lawn outside with garden furniture.
The Ram Inn has been at the heart of the vibrant farming community of Firle for over five hundred years. The rambling old brick and flint building has three main rooms, each with its own open fire lit every day between October and April. The old stable and coach house have been converted into a private dining room and outside ‘farmers bar’, and our splendid flint-walled garden is perfect for peaceful summer supping under the greengage trees. They have 5 quirky, individual rooms above the pub.
Housedean Farm Campsite is located on a working farm, within the South Downs National Park between Lewes and Brighton in East Sussex.
While they offer a traditional, basic camping experience, they also want you to be comfortable throughout your stay and therefore provide modern facilities with rustic open air hot showers.
Cobbe Place Farm Shepherds Hut is situated on a farm tucked in beneath the South Downs. The Shepherds Hut at Cobbe Place Farm offers the perfect opportunity for a secluded break, with awe-inspiring views of the South Downs.
Fully equipped, the Hut is fitted with heating via a log burning stove, electric lighting, a cool box, gas hob, a waterless eco loo and power shower with unlimited hot water. Situated close to Glynde & Firle, it is ideally located for flying off the South Downs or Mount Caburn and is the ultimate in luxury camping.