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Odintune Place

United Kingdom, Sussex

Sleeps 16
8 Bed
3 Bath
Tennis Court
Allows Babies
Allows Children
Car Parking
Central Heating
Indoor Fireplace
Private Parking
Washing Machine

The house was built in the 1920’s by the owner’s grandparents,
but has recently been completely remodernised with beautiful
interiors designed for family living. It has approximately 15 acres
but is set within the 300 acre family estate of Novington.
Surrounded by farmland and breathtaking countryside
views.

£
5-10k /pw
Get in touch

Price based on 7 night stay. Property also available per night.

Odintune Place

United Kingdom, Sussex

With breathtaking views of the South Downs, and newly remodernised, Odintune Place is an inviting home away from home.

£
5-10k /pw
Get in touch

Price based on 7 night stay. Property also available per night.

Sleeps 16
8 Bed
3 Bath
Tennis Court
Allows Babies
Allows Children
Car Parking
Central Heating
Indoor Fireplace
Private Parking
Washing Machine

Property description

The house was built in the 1920’s by the owner’s grandparents,
but has recently been completely remodernised with beautiful
interiors designed for family living. It has approximately 15 acres
but is set within the 300 acre family estate of Novington.
Surrounded by farmland and breathtaking countryside
views.

United Kingdom, Sussex

THINGS TO DO

Excursions / Interests

Town of Rye

In a very private location, 5 minute drive from the picturesque ‘cinque port’ town of Rye with its boutique hotels, trendy gastro pubs and designer shops and is and hour and 30 minutes drive from central London.

Winchelsea Beach

Winchelsea Beach is a small, rural resort, much quieter than many of the more developed resorts along this stretch of the south coast. It was first developed as a resort in the early 20th century. The gently sloping beach is made up of shingle rather than sand, although when the tide is out a large area of level sand and mud is exposed. From the top of the sea wall there are views to the south-east towards Camber and the Dungeness headland. Looking west, on clear days it is possible to see the red cliffs at Fairlight, a view worth catching in early morning sunlight.

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

Rye Harbour is a fascinating Nature Reserve and worth a visit whether you want to discover its wildlife and habitats, explore its history, or simply experience the landscape and enjoy a walk beside the sea, whatever the season. The Nature Reserve lies within a large triangle of land extending south from Rye, along the River Rother, past Rye Harbour to the sea, westward to Winchelsea Beach and northwards along the River Brede.

Average ANNUAL FORECAST
5.4°C
January
Avg. Rain: 1.22
8.7°C
February
Avg. Rain: 0.4
9.8°C
March
Avg. Rain: 0.01
10.5°C
April
Avg. Rain: 0.44
12.7°C
May
Avg. Rain: 1.29
16.4°C
June
Avg. Rain: 0.1
16.3°C
July
Avg. Rain: 0
17.7°C
August
Avg. Rain: 1.17
11.7°C
September
Avg. Rain: 0.57
16°C
October
Avg. Rain: 0.03
11°C
November
Avg. Rain: 0.21
4.6°C
December
Avg. Rain: 0.62

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