Oak Lodge, South Downs

Hassocks, West Sussex

from
£248
Dogs accepted
Internet / Wi-Fi
Parking available

A perfect countryside get away set in the magnificent South Downs National Park

A perfect countryside get away set in the magnificent South Downs National Park

At A Glance

The site is adjacent to Hassocks community football club, it is likely guests will hear some low level match noise during games.
Please note that the check in time is 4pm.
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Grading
5 Star Platinum
Property Type Lodge
Dogs Welcomed 1
Cots 2
Highchairs 2
Parking Spaces 1

Description

Set amongst landscape as beautifully diverse as it is breath taking, rolling green pastures, ancient woodlands and a modern, luxurious design are just a few of things that will welcome you when you stay at Oak Lodge.
 
The spacious and open plan lodge, with its floor to ceiling windows and doors, easily absorbs the beauty of the surrounding scenery to flow into its modern and contemporary design. With deep sofas next to a crackling fire for those days where you simply want to cuddle up to a loved one; there will be no need to worry about the unpredictability of the British weather when booking your holiday.
 
Set in the South Downs National Park, an escape to Oak Lodge is a real opportunity to escape the hustle of everyday life. The South Downs Way National Trail covers 160 kilometres, so you can walk through ancient woodlands, carpeted with bluebells; watch roe deer darting through wildflower meadows; witness hares boxing or even spot a red kite hunting above.
 
There’s so much to do and see in the area, from walking, cycling or horse riding across the Downs, exploring wildlife in the wetlands, visiting one of the many heritage sites to experiencing opera at the world famous Glyndebourne.
Set amongst landscape as beautifully diverse as it is breath taking, rolling green pastures, ancient woodlands and a modern, luxurious design are just a few of things that will welcome you when you stay at Oak Lodge.
 
The spacious and open plan lodge, with its floor to ceiling windows and doors, easily absorbs the beauty of the surrounding scenery to flow into its modern and contemporary design. With deep sofas next to a crackling fire for those days where you simply want to cuddle up to a loved one; there will be no need to worry about the unpredictability of the British weather when booking your holiday.
 
Set in the South Downs National Park, an escape to Oak Lodge is a real opportunity to escape the hustle of everyday life. The South Downs Way National Trail covers 160 kilometres, so you can walk through ancient woodlands, carpeted with bluebells; watch roe deer darting through wildflower meadows; witness hares boxing or even spot a red kite hunting above.
 
There’s so much to do and see in the area, from walking, cycling or horse riding across the Downs, exploring wildlife in the wetlands, visiting one of the many heritage sites to experiencing opera at the world famous Glyndebourne.

Relaxing

Living Room/Area
  • Located on the ground floor
  • Open plan with kitchen and dining area
  • Access to the terrace
  • Two sofas, seating four
  • 40” TV with DVD player and iPod docking station

Cooking & Dining

Kitchen/Utility
  • Fitted with all modern appliances
  • Access to the terrace
  • Breakfast bar with seating for four
  • Electric oven with ceramic hob, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer
Dining Room/Area
  • Open plan with kitchen and living area
  • Access to the terrace
  • Table with seating for four
  • Wood burner with wood supplied free of charge

Sleeping

Master Bedroom
  • Located on the ground floor
  • King-size bed, integrated wardrobe and a dressing table
  • En suite
Bedroom 2
  • Located on the ground floor
  • Zip and link beds which can be made as either a king or two singles
  • Wardrobe and a dressing table

Bathing

Family Bathroom
  • Located on the ground floor
  • Shower over the bath
Bathroom 2
  • En suite to master bedroom has a double walk-in shower cubicle

Outdoors

  • Property is accessed by four steps
  • Communal garden
  • Decking with table and chairs
  • Charcoal barbeque available on request

Parking

  • Parking available for one car
  • Additional parking is available at the site’s main car park
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£248
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At A Glance

The site is adjacent to Hassocks community football club, it is likely guests will hear some low level match noise during games.
Please note that the check in time is 4pm.
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Grading
5 Star Platinum
Property Type Lodge
Dogs Welcomed 1
Cots 2
Highchairs 2
Parking Spaces 1
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Overall Rating out of 5:
4.9
Based on 8 reviews.
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Couples (8)
The Elderly (7)
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Rating out of 5:
5
Great for:

A wonderful stay in a wonderful lodge

A beautiful, clean, well equipped, quiet and warm lodge in a secluded location just off the main road into Hassocks. We stayed in Oak Lodge towards the end of February. The lodge is of a very high spec and equipped with everything you could need. The rooms are warm and cosy especially the lounge area when the sun comes through the large windows. Comfortable bed and lovely crisp linen with a lovely en suite and fab large shower. Its a great location in the South Downs, just minutes drive to Hassocks for local shops and places to eat, just 10 mins drive to Burgess Hill and just 15 mins to the centre of Brighton. It's easy to find and a very quiet, secluded location. There are 3 lodges on this relatively new site which seem to have been very well built and the site itself is very pretty. There is a lovely garden centre next to the entrance of the site with a very nice restaurant to the rear set in a very pretty barn conversion, we ate there a few times including breakfast. We would definitely stay here again without hesitation. Blue Chip Holidays were great to deal with very friendly and helpful and great communication with reminder emails and texts, would book a holiday with them again, without hesitation. Many thanks for a lovely stay.
By Damian Clithero
6 people found this review useful
Rating out of 5:
5
Great for:

Oak Lodge, Hassocks, Sussex

This is a beautiful lodge, in an excellent secure location. The layout, design and facilities are superb and the grounds are charming. The kitchen is extremely well-equipped, as is the whole lodge. Televisions in all rooms if needed. Free Wi-Fi. Lovely outdoor deck which catches the sun all day. Sarah, the Manager, was extremely helpful and professional - phoning to explain arrival information and how we could book FREE bike hire in advance and then leaving us alone to enjoy our stay. This is a wonderful place and we had no complaints at all.
By Virginia West
3 people found this review useful
Rating out of 5:
5
Great for:

Excellent all round service

After my husband died suddenly in June I decided to move back to the UK from Spain. I turned up at Oak lodge with a friend, 2 dogs and a cat. We were welcomed by the manager/ I think owner. There was a welcome pack and the lodge itself was excellent. It was beautiful, the spec was very high standard, it was warm and cosy and set within beautiful surroundings. After the last five months of grief Oak Lodge was exactly what I needed before I moved into my new home. I would definitely recommend Blue Chip Holidays and especially Oak Lodge. Thank you.
By Pauline Swinscoe
0 people found this review useful
Rating out of 5:
5
Great for:

Fabulous lodge a real luxury home from home

We stayed for a fortnight in July. Everything about it was excellent from the welcome pack to the mid stay clean. The furniture, linens and kitchen supplies were lovely. It did take us a day to find the vines which are well hidden behind a screen of trees!
By Margaret Prenty
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