Batsford Hollow

Stunning Retreat Venue for Hire

in the heart of the High Weald AONB in East Sussex

Overnight stays at Batsford Hollow

Over the past three years the facilities for visitors at Batsford Hollow have been sensitively enhanced, alongside the team’s lakeside and land management work to enhance on site biodiversity.

During 2021, in addition to the ongoing use for those who are coming for the established fishing activities, the facilities at Batsford Hollow are being made available for group bookings for environmental and/or health & well-being organisations.

Overnight Accommodation will be available for general visitors, commencing May 2020, initially at the Lodge.

Please contact Gaynor or Claire on 01435 830 835 or enquiries@furnacebrook.co.uk to discuss your individual needs.

Facilities

Accommodation

4x “pallet palace”
(sleeps 2)

1 x A-frame (sleeps 2)

Group spaces

Willow yurt with campfire

Dining yurt

Camp kitchen

Sauna

Toilets

Showers

Batsford Hollow includes two areas:

Twitten Dell

Nestled within mature Hornbeam and Oak trees, Twitten Dell is a secluded and magical space
discreetly surrounded by a range of stunning hand-crafted features and structures

including an Outdoor stage, Toilet block, Showers, a Sauna and four bespoke rustic shelters 
(providing overnight accommodation for two in each)

Goldcrest Glade

This beautiful open glade with views over the lake towards the island and surrounding countryside is surrounded by a range of specimen mature conifer trees.

         The facilities include a covered field kitchen and dining area, toilets and two bespoke shelters

Need more room?

 

We also have stunning lakeside shelters and a beautifully restored Vardo caravan available to hire

 

allowing you to adapt the space to suit your needs

 

Lakeside sheltersVardo caravan

Craft an unforgettable experience

We are lucky to have some of the most experience crafts people & woodsmen on staff who are here to guide you and your guests through the exciting world of:

 

Bushcrafts,
Animal tracking,
Fishing,
Firelighting,
Campfire cooking,
Foraging,
Willow weaving,
Charcoal making (& drawing),
Clay oven building
& much more.

 

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