Beechwood B and B

Beechwood Bed & Breakfast

Welcome to Beechwood B&B – East Sussex & Glyndebourne Accommodation

Certificate of Excellence

Sussex accommodation Beechwood B and B is a Five Star Gold awarded /Bed and breakfast /Guest house accredited by Visit England and the AA. Situated in the village of Halland – just outside Uckfield. This Sussex style house sits in one acre of mature gardens.

We are ideally located for a host of local venues, including East Sussex National Golf Club and Glyndebourne Opera House. Within a twenty mile radius you can get to Brighton, Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne.

We are only 25 miles from Gatwick and 3 miles from the local Uckfield railway station, which is a direct line into London.

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We will be very happy to advise on the wide choice of local pubs and restaurants, as well as local places of interest and the excellent choice of National Trust locations within the area. We are open all-year-round including Christmas and New Year

We have an official 5 Star and Gold ratings and an Enjoy England Breakfast Award. See our guest’s comments and write a review.

Beechwood has recently joined the Green tourism Business scheme and has a SILVER accreditation.

NewsBeechwood has once again been awarded 5* accreditation and GOLD award and has now also acheived the Breakfast award

Glyndebourne Festival

Glyndebourne is a unique operatic event which attracts people from around the world. The festival runs over several weeks so this can allow people to attend on several different days. This year the Glyndebourne Festival runs from 18th May to 25th August 2013.

Beechwood Bed and Breakfast Sussex is only 5 miles away from Glyndebourne. Private transfers to and from Glyndebourne can be arranged, please see our Glyndebourne page for more information.

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Hever Castle just 35 mins from our B and B

Hever Castle and Gardens

There have been three main periods in the construction of this historic castle. The oldest part of the castle dates to 1270 and consisted of the gatehouse and a walled bailey. In the early 1500s the Bullen family bought the castle and added a Tudor dwelling within the walls and so it became the childhood home of its most famous inhabitant, Anne Boleyn. It later passed into the ownership of Henry’s fourth wife, Anne of Cleves. From 1557 onwards the Castle was owned by a number of families including the Waldegraves, the Humfreys and the Meade Waldos. Finally, in 1903, William Waldorf Astor invested time, money and imagination in restoring the Castle, building the ’Tudor Village’ and creating the gardens and lake.

Since 1983, the castle has been owned by Broadland Properties Limited and open to the public. The castle has a homely atmosphere and houses historic 16th century Tudor portraits, furniture and tapestries. Other artefacts include two magnificent Books of Hours (prayer books), both signed and inscribed by Anne Boleyn. Costumed figures of Henry VIII and his six wives in the Long Gallery adds to the atmosphere and is popular with the children. The Council Chamber in the thirteenth century gatehouse contains collections of historic swords, armour, instruments of execution, torture and discipline.

Glyndebourne season has started

We are one week into our very busy season or wedding guests and opera lovers for Glyndebourne. Unfortunately the weather is not what it should be for this time of  year, so please bring umbrellas.

We are just 5 miles  from Glyndebourne. We can arrange taxi’s for you to and from Glyndebourne and local wedding venues. Their is never enough taxi’s to go around on weekend so please book well in advance to avoid disappointment.