idyllic self catering near rye, east sussex

Hare Farm Hideaways is home to two unique self-catering farm stays, large and small, both stylishly celebrating England's rural past.

The Oast house and Shepherd's hut boast fabulous views of the Brede Valley, set on our working sheep farm. They may be tucked away in an uspoilt part of rural Sussex, yet they are still only a ten minute drive from Rye and a fifteen minute walk from the local pub.  

Hare Farm Oast is one of the few large holiday homes in the area. It sleeps 12 and is surrounded by spectatular far-reaching views of the rolling Sussex countryside. Stay in the oast house and indulge in stylish, contemporary living surrounded by the architectural beauty of an historic building with three round kilns. The Oast is an ideal self catering holiday home for large groups of friends or families, and is well placed for the sandy beaches of East Sussex and only 10 - 20 minutes drive from the ancient towns of Rye, Battle and Tenterden.

An alternative farm holiday is to stay in the shepherd's hut, tucked away in its own private idyll, overlooking a lake and rolling valleys. Shepherds hut holidays are an ideal glamping retreat for couples, all year round.

a farm stay in june

Hare Farm is available for stays in the Oast house or shepherd's hut during a few weekends in June when the farm is arguable looking its best. The driveway to the farm is full of wild flowers, the fields are lush with grass and sheep and lambs are dotted in all directions. Be enterianed by their daily antics, alongside the wildlife that thrives on the farm. 

Keep the car parked, and spend your weekend enjoying all that nature provides, enjoy the wonderful comforts of the unique self-catering properties you stay in, and ejoy one or more of the walks on offer, including a stroll to our lovel local watering and eating hole, the Red Lion pub. Or venture further, and take the car to explore the huge variety of towns, historic places, parks, woods and coastline that 1066 country has to offer. 

Read more on staying at hare Farm in June is here 

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