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Luxury eco-lodge tree houses attract visitors to Sussex

16th January 2012 Print
Eco Lodges

Grown-ups that want to fulfil their innermost childhood dreams will love the new self catering eco lodges at Fair Oak Farm in Sussex with their uninterrupted views of the Sussex countryside.

Nestled in an ancient treeline and amongst mature trees, each of the two lodges provide couples with complete privacy and uninterrupted valley views across the stunning Sussex countryside. A winding path from a dedicated parking area leads to a sheltered balcony which has both ramped and stepped access.

Built almost entirely of sustainable timber and fully insulated, these spacious lodges contain a Queen size double bed, en-suite wet room & wardrobe, kitchen, comfortable seating and a dining area. The luxurious accommodation includes flat screen digital TV with integral DVD, wireless broadband, DVD library and a fully equipped kitchen with integrated dishwasher, washing machine/dryer, fridge with freezer, electric hob, oven with grill and microwave.  Central heating, hot water, fresh white linen and towels are inclusive.

'Fair Oak Farm' welcomes visitors from around the world who enjoy self-catering weekly stays and weekend breaks.

These are often fully booked well in advance, but owners Ian and Penny Ledger hope the new eco-lodge tree houses will attract additional mid-week break bookings, which are attractively priced.

Booked in conjunction with existing accommodation in converted Grade II Listed buildings, the addition of the new self-catering accommodation in the trees means groups of up to 19 people can now stay at 'Fair Oak Farm'.

These larger groups can benefit from discounted rates for both accommodation and outdoor activities at the farm, such as falconry and archery. The large, open plan barn where everyone can cook, eat and relax makes Fair Oak Farm a perfect destination for large family get-togethers or celebrations.

Many guests enjoy the luxury of hiring Fair Oak Farm's chef for a lunch or dinner. Other popular activities are cycling, for which bikes can be hired, and fishing, which can be arranged at the nearby lakes owned by pop legend Roger Daltry of 'The Who'.

The accommodation at Fair Oak Farm appeals to families, couples and groups all of whom can enjoy the extensive grounds and gardens. Both adults and children will love the bow top gypsy caravan in the orchard and will enjoy seeing the farm's resident peacocks, chickens and alpacas.

To book a stay at Fair Oak Farm, visit

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