Hare Farm Oast is a large and quirky holiday cottage near Rye in East Sussex. 

Formerly an oast house used for drying and storing hops, its three round kilns and large connecting space have now been converted into luxury holiday commodation for 10 people. The round kilns look amazing on the outside and provide the most wonderful circular rooms on the inside. Four of the five bedrooms are circular rooms, providing fabulous acoustics and height. Children feel like they are sleeping in towers.

The kitchen is also in a roundel, and provides a great setting for preparing meals and being social with your party. 

Hare Farm Oast is a very popular holiday house, largely booked for special occasions, reunions and family gatherings. The quirky architecture, awe-inspiring views and care and attention in the finishes, has created a very special place to stay and enjoy a celebration. 

The Oast is in one of the most beautiful spots in rural Sussex. The Brede Valley is an unspoilt, green and pleasant land with rolling hills, marshland and river walks. The farm extends from the Oast down to the river and up the other side. Guests of the Oast have the opportunity to walk in several directions along the valley, or how about a 15 minute stroll to the local pub? 

A historic landmark of Sussex' agricultural past is now converted into a  stunning quirky holiday cottage for you to stay in. Take a look at its restoration story here. 

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