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Boreham House


This beautiful grade II listed Georgian house, which was originally built by the local apothecary around 1796. Nestled in over two acres of lush private green space including a pretty walled garden, is home to Simon and Sara Parker, who open up three lovely bedrooms for weary travellers.

What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Boreham House?

A spacious room with a superb sleigh bed and a stunning view over the High Weald is located in the Woolner Suite. The room has its own seating area with a comfortable leather sofa (which can be converted into a family bed) and a winged armchair. The luxury bathroom has a bathtub and a large walk-in shower. This is the ultimate place for a special stay. This beautiful spacious room is decorated in restful grey and pink and has a magnificent view of the coast uninterrupted. The room features a superb bed, which can be transformed into twin beds and a small sitting area if required. There is a walk in shower in the en-suite bathroom. This double room faces south and the room offers the same sea view as the Ashburnham. This room has a double bed. The large ensuite bathroom features both a roll-top independent bath and a large douche overlooking the mounted garden.

What can guests enjoy when staying in the Hailsham area?

Whether you're looking for a relaxing break, a visit to the Glyndebourne Opera, country walks, historic houses, castles and gardens, golf, fishing or just exploring the best of 1066 country, Boreham House is the ideal place to stay. If you fancy touring the gorgeous rural surroundings of East Sussex, Boreham House B&B looking over the High Weald to the north and Pevensey marshes to the south, fits the bill perfectly.

Where can guests enjoy food and drink?

The Bull's Head is only a short walk away, serving delicious meals and Sussex ales of Harvey. There are also other great pubs and restaurants nearby.

Top facilities

Free WiFi


Boreham House

This was a beautiful house, finished to the highest possible standards. The rooms and bathrooms were spacious and comfortable. Breakfast was really great and the owners were warm and welcoming. A great location for relaxing and exploring the South Coast.

Boreham House

This stunning B&B thought of everything, attention to detail was the key. With cookies on the landing, a stunning view and deluxe rooms, there's nothing small or grotty about this B&B! I'd recommend the halloumi breakfast!

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Facilities & information


Child friendly


Free broadband access (wifi)

Tennis court

Activities, Recreations, Games, Sports

Bathroom & Laundry


Room Service & Food/Drink


Bicycling, Cycling


Horse Riding, Equestrian

Sailing, boating, cruises, yachts

Shooting, Clay Shooting, Stalking

Surfing, Windsurfing, Diving, Jet Skis

Other Activities (generally outdoor)

Water sports

Recommended walks


Extra info

Room Prices From: £55.00

Room Prices To: £75.00

Single occupancy prices from: £90.00

Single Occupany Prices To: £130.00

Vendor Accreditation: AA 5 Star & Breakfast Award

Number of rooms: 3

Arrival information and directions

Address: Boreham Hill, Boreham Street, Hailsham, East Sussex, HailshamBN27 4SF, United Kingdom

Arriving from the East: You will approach Boreham Street on the A271 up a hill. As the road levels off you will see the signpost for Boreham Street where a 30 mile per hour speed limit starts for the village. Boreham House is about 200 metres further on the right hand side – look out for the distinctive Yew hedge – the entrance to the courtyard for parking is just after the hedge. Note: if you reach the Bulls Head pub, you have gone about 100 metres too far!

Arriving from the West: When you reach Boreham Street on the A271 drive through the village until you pass the Bulls Head pub on you right (you can’t miss it). Boreham House is about 100 metres further on the left hand side – look out for the distinctive Yew hedge – the entrance to the courtyard for parking is just before the hedge.

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