Lakeside holiday accommodation
Escape to the stunning High Weald AONB & let your stresses melt away in our tranquil lakeside lodge. Enjoy comfort, peace & serenity as you sit on your private deck enjoying the best views of the 5.5 acre lake & surrounding countryside, stunning whatever the season.
Live the simple life, enjoy fishing from your private swim, hiking straight into the country, local hacks or just sit back and relax; watching the kingfishers flit across the lake.
Meander along the willow arbour bordering the lodge to enjoy the sunshine & stunning view from your jetty garden watching the ripples on the lake with only the gentle sounds of the water flowing over the weir & birdsong.
Only 50 miles from London but you would believe you’re worlds away, Furnace Brook is a place to stop and catch your breath from the pressures of the modern world.
All those important bits
Minimum stay – 2 nights
Check in – 3-6pm
Check out – 10am
Not suitable for pets
Not suitable for children under 12
Parking 50 yards from Lodge
Train station – Polegate (8 miles)
Berwick (10 miles) Stonegate (11 miles)
Battle (11.8 miles)
Shops – Rushlake Green (3 miles)
Herstmonceux (3 miles)
Pubs – The Merrie Harriers (1 mile)
The White Horse Inn (2 miles)
Towns – Hailsham (5.5 miles)
Heathfield (7 miles)
Fridge with freezer compartment
Tea & coffee provided
Toilet & sink
One double bed
Bed linen & towels provided
Large deck overlooking the lake
Private jetty garden
Exclusive use of fishing swim
The High Weald
The area’s woodland conceals over 30 small manor houses, castles and beautiful parks and gardens.
Other highlights include Bewl Water – the largest area of inland water in the South East of England; Harrison’s Rocks – a 1.5km sandstone climbing crag; and Bedgebury Forest which has 22km of cycle tracks.
Open farms and woodlands provide a countryside experience; and a car-free view of the landscape can be enjoyed from one of the area’s 3 steam railways.
South Downs National Park
A 15 minute drive from Furnace Brook you’ll find the glorious south downs national park
Green rolling pastures, wide open spaces, ancient woodlands, river valleys and dramatic coastline truly encompass the National Park’s ethos of being one of ‘Britain’s Breathing Spaces’. With over 3,300km of rights of way, the South Downs National Park offers a landscape as diverse as it is breath-taking.