Winter Breaks and Winter Landscapes

Winter blues can set in soon after Christmas. How many view January as the most depressing month of the year? 

Winter does not have to be miserable. Winter landscapes are arguably the most beautiful of all. Frosty mornings, snowscapes, clear days and rosy cheeks can be some of the most uplifting experiences. And what better than Winter time to explore the Sussex countryside when the roads, paths and pubs are at their quietest, when so many stay indoors. 

Call it biased, but all who stay on the farm also agree, that Hare Farm's situation is simply stunning. Rolling pastures, far-reaching views and the only noises being from wildlife, sheep and the whirr of an infrequent tractor, the winter landscapes here on the farm are quite awe-inspiring. Stay on the farm for a Winter break and you will be far from the doldrums that too many feel.   

Both the oast house and shepherd's hut are a perfect retreat for a winter break. Both of our self-catering accommodation celebrate something special from England's rural past. The Oast's three roundels once dried and stored the hops from one of the largest hop farms in the area, and the shepherd's hut harks back to victorian times when shepherds watched their sheep from their hut. Well insuilated and with a log burner to enjoy in both, you will stay as warm as toast in either. And the to-die-for views from your window, the exhilarating walks from your doorstep, and the medieval charm of Rye just a short drive away, allow you to get the best out of what the Winter season has to offer. 


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