Welcome to Glyndley Manor Cottages
holiday cottages + pool in East Sussex
Glyndley Manor Cottages are a collection of 1 to 3 bedroom holiday cottages sleeping between 1 and 6 + child, (with some cottages also pet-friendly; and the largest cottage is also disabled friendly) situated on the grounds of Glyndley Manor Estate Ltd in East Sussex. The holiday cottages offer ideal self-catering accommodation for those wishing to take a break and visit the historic East Sussex countryside.
The self-catering holiday cottages are nestled in the beautiful East Sussex countryside, a small distance from the South Downs National Park.
Glyndley Manor Cottages are situated 6 miles north of Eastbourne and about 20 miles east of Brighton and within 1.5 miles of Polegate train station on the east side of the B2104 between Hailsham and Stone Cross.
Glyndley Manor is itself a beautiful, historic country house surrounded by parkland and gardens. The main house can accommodate up to 50 guests.
The cottages are available for rent throughout the year and make an ideal base from which to explore one of the most attractive and historic parts of the south coast of England.
Dogs are welcome in some of the cottages - please get in touch for more information.
Amenities At Glyndley Manor Cottages
Holiday Cottages with Pool in East Sussex
Guests staying at the East Sussex holiday accommodation at Glyndley Manor can enjoy the wonderful facilities on offer.
A swimming pool is available for use during the summer months (opening times 09h30 – 12h00 and 14h00 – 17h00. (please see information folder in cottage)
There are many paths, woodlands, gardens and open spaces to enjoy within the 17 acre estate.
In addition, there is also a launderette, drying area, an Information Centre and Wi-Fi.
Fishing Breaks - East Sussex
Looking for accommodation for a fishing break in East Sussex? Within the beautiful grounds of Glyndley Manor is access to a lovely fishing lake. Please note, for those wishing to fish an EA rod license is required.
Glyndley Manor Cottages are ideal if you are looking for a dog-friendly holiday cottage in East Sussex!
Dogs are welcome in 7 of the 13 cottages at Glyndley Manor. East Sussex is an ideal location to holiday with your dog! The East Sussex countryside provides fantastic opportunities for dog walks, and there are plenty of dog-friendly places to eat and drink in the area.
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The self catering holiday cottages at Glyndley Manor are frequently utilised by those attending Christian courses and retreats in the Manor house. Available all year round, the accommodation also present a relaxing environment for anyone wanting to get away for a quiet break. Within the grounds of the estate guests can enjoy the lovely lake and beautiful woodland which is home to some of England's most unique birdlife - guaranteed to provide a memorable time of discovery and relaxation.
Whilst you're here...
From the grounds there are ample foot paths to the Cuckoo trail which is great for those with a love of countryside rambling or cycling. Come in to our visitor centre and help yourself to leaflets offering valuable information about the local area.
A brief History
of Glyndley Manor & Cottages...
History records that William the Conqueror landed in England some three miles east of Glyndley Manor in 1066. More than a century before that a Royal Charter of King Eadred in 947 refers to “three hides of land at West Hankham and Glynleigh”.
There are references to a Self Catering Cottage at Eastbourne Glyndley Manor (Gleenlyor or Glindleigh) which occur throughout the middle ages in various documents, including one in 1320 which mentions that Glindleigh was “worth nearly £40”.
The Manor was first built in the 16th century during the reign of Elizabeth 1 (1558-1603). It may have been a nunnery or have been built on the site of one. The first owners were a family named Meers who originated in Lincolnshire.
In the late 18th century, the property transferred to the family of Sir John Peachey MP for Midhurst. The Manor became unoccupied for some years since then but was used during the Second World War by the Canadian Army as an Officers Mess.
The cottages are frequently utilised by those for holiday purposes and for attending courses or retreats in the Manor house as part of the original vision that was given to the Manor in 1976.