Facilities at Glyndley Manor

Glyndley Manor Swimming Pool

We are pleased to offer the use of the pool to those staying on the Glyndley estate during the summer months. Make sure you familiarise yourself with the RULES section when using the swimming pool, for the safety of all.

Access to the pool is ONLY via the front door of the Manor House.

Please bring your cottage’s key fob to gain access to the pool.

Access will be refused if you do not show the key/fob. (Only for Glyndley Manor Cottages guests.)

Since the pool is unsupervised, with no lifeguard on duty, you are not allowed to swim in the pool if no one else is present. There must be a minimum of 2 people present, at all times.

Opening Times

Monday – Friday:
9.30am-12:00pm and 2:00pm-5:00pm
Saturday:
2:00pm-5:00pm
Sunday:
9:30am-12:00pm and 2:00pm-5:00pm

Please be aware that the swimming pool may be closed, on occasion, if reception is not open or due to chemical imbalance. It is part of our Health and Safety policy that there must be someone present to respond in case of an emergency.

Rules:

  • Ball games are not permitted
  • No diving is permitted into the pool
  • Swimmers use the pool at their own risk
  • No inflatables are permitted (except swimming aids)
  • All swimmers should bathe/shower before using the pool
  • Children under 16 must be supervised by a parent or a guardian
  • Children should be encouraged to use the toilet before swimming
  • Disabled guests using the pool are required to have a carer with them
  • You must wear at least shorts, T-shirt, and footwear in the Manor on route to and from the pool

Thank you for your co-operation

General Safety Code:

Take care – swimming pools are hazardous; water presents a risk of drowning; injuries can come from hitting the hard surfaces and misuse of equipment. Never swim after a heavy meal; avoid holding your breath for long periods; take special care if you suffer from medical conditions such as epilepsy, asthma, diabetes, or heart condition. Make sure you know how deep the water is; do not run or perform acrobatics; do not shout except in real emergencies. Keep an eye open for others, particularly children; get help immediately if someone is in difficulty.

Thank you for your co-operation

The Estate

We have lovely green spaces around the Cottages. You can hear bird songs and see squirrels playing on the grounds. There are two public footpaths at the far end of the cottages, leading you over farmers’ fields, these lead you to Hank ham, Hailsham or to Polegate. The cuckoo trail is close by, a walk and cycle trail along the old disused railway line that extends for 14 miles through the Sussex countryside. A map is displayed in the Information centre.

There are many paths, woodlands, gardens and open spaces to enjoy within the 17-acre estate.
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.

There is a basketball unit that can be used, located next to the Manor House car park.

Fishing Lake

  • We have a small lake to the rear of the Manor house which is stocked with carp and some roach. The carp go to about 6lb, with a large number of smaller carp under 1lb.
  • Please note- the fishery is not open to the general public
  • Holiday guests are free to fish in the lake while staying in one of the cottages