Spring at Beechwood

Spring is almost upon us, although it’s difficult to imagine with the Beast From The East throwing snow and freezing temperatures our way at present. Of course, Spring is the time for signs of new life after a long dormant winter and quite possibly our favourite season.

There is so much to see in “http://www.visitsoutheastengland.com/places-to-visit/sussex”>East Sussex during Spring, with the countryside coming to life in abundance. Our local https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk” venues (of which there are several close-by), historical properties and many places of interest open their eyes again and draw back their curtains to welcome the freshness and optimism that comes with Spring. Of course, the season signals new life on our farms and the sight of new-born lambs and cattle enjoying young innocence in the fields is a joy to behold.
There are opportunities locally to enjoy and get close to baby lambs, piglets and calves. “http://blackberry-farm.co.uk” just 2 miles from Beechwood, is an exciting place for all of the family, with large play areas, farm walks, meet the animals and a cafe to cater for every need, amongst many other attractions.

Close by, just outside Lewes is “http://www.middlefarm.com”> a working farm where you can also see numerous farm animals, enjoy the extensive walking opportunities or just sample the vast array of local produce on offer. Middle farm is renowned in the area for its cider and perry production. There is a tasting area where you can enjoy the home-produced ciders, liqueurs, wines, apple gins and vodkas, all made with Middle Farm grown fruits. Middle farm also has a delicatessen, with local meats etc and a cafe.

What could be better than to while away the hours sampling either of these local delights from your base at 5 star Gold Beechwood B&B? We offer a luxurious stay coupled with a warmth of welcome to make you feel like you are home-from-home.