Maple Lodge, South Downs National Park | Sleeps 4 | 2 Bedroom(s) | 2 Bathrooms | From £248
Set amidst the rolling green landscape of the South Downs National Park, Maple Lodge offers the chance to escape to the country whilst enjoying the creature comforts that make a huge difference. This two bedroom lodge sleeps four and makes the perfect base for those of you keen to enjoy the ancient woodlands and rolling fields that make up one of the country’s most treasured national parks.
Start each day by enjoying the views through the living area’s floor to ceiling windows with your morning coffee, and if you step outside onto the furnished terrace you’ll be able to enjoy the tranquillity before a busy day exploring. The open plan design of the living, kitchen and dining space make this lodge a spacious choice for groups of friends or a family holiday.
Spend your days exploring your surroundings or during the winter months cuddle up on the sofa by the crackling fire and watch the weather do its worst.
“We had a wonderful time, the lodge is amazing and so comfortable. We will definitely be back.” Janet – Wells, Somerset.
“A beautiful, clean, well equipped, quiet and warm lodge in a secluded location. The lodge is of a very high spec and equipped with everything you could need. The rooms are warm and cosy especially the lounge area when the sun comes through the large windows. Comfortable bed and lovely crisp linen with a lovely en-suite and fab large shower. It’s a great location in the South Downs, just minutes drive to Hassocks for local shops and places to eat and just 15 mins to the centre of Brighton. It's easy to find and a very quiet, secluded location. There are 3 lodges on this relatively new site which seem to have been very well built and the site itself is very pretty. Many thanks for a lovely stay.” Damien - Bishop Auckland, Durham
My holiday with Maple Lodge was wonderful. The accommodation was lovely, modern and classic, whilst staying very simple. The beds were comfy and the showers were great. The location is great, being not too far from Brighton itself, but staying far away enough to feel like you are in the countryside. I especially appreciated the small touches, like a basket of cake, biscuits, bread, tea, coffee and sugar, as well as a jug of milk a small chunk of butter that greeted us on our arrival, to ensure that we weren't left hungry on the first morning of our stay. I would definitely stay again, and recommend to my friends.
Lauren – Rochford, Essex