Originally a three bay Wealden Hall House built in 1392, complete with Norman vault SCOLFES was formerly the village post office and stores. Now extensively refurbished yet maintaining its historic features such as low doorways, wonky floors and ceilings the Grade II listed house offers family accommodation and a charming tea shoppe and English country garden where you can enjoy anything from a home cooked brunch, light lunch or an indulgent cream tea. The area is a spectacular combination of coast and countryside. There are several lovely beaches within 10 miles and the famous 1066 walking trail is on the doorstep.
Directions & MapNearest town or village: Boreham Street
From London take A21 or A22 towards Hastings or Eastbourne then A271 to Hailsham and then Herstmonceux. Travel through Herstmonceux passing Boreham Mill Nurseries on your left. Scolfes in on your left before the Bulls Head pub.
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