If you've got a small child, make use of the supplied cot
If you've got a small child, a highchair is available
No need to bring towels and linen
You have use of the washing machine in this cottage
There are 4 bedrooms
Reviews of Gibbys Cottage
The holiday cottage of "Gibbys Cottage" can be found in Jevington near Eastbourne in East Sussex. Gibbys Cottage can sleep 7 people with 4 bedrooms to sleep your holiday party. Gibbys Cottage has a bedroom makeup of: Four bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double with en-suite shower and basin, 1 x double, 1 x single with en-suite shower, basin and WC.. Bathroom with slipper bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen/diner. Sitting room with a woodburning stove. Snug.
As Gibbys Cottage sleeps 7 people, it is perfectly sized for a family holiday.
These are the reviews for Gibbys Cottage. There are 9 reviews.
A hamper of towels would’ve been helpful or explicitly ask guests to bring as many as they wish. Lovely little cottage on the whole but a little generosity would match that of your guests who were looking for more cleaning materials to ensure your cottage was loved as you love it! Dr Callan (March 2019)
The house met all of our needs for a perfect Christmas. The en-suite bedrooms really good for a large group and the house was very warm and cosy. The large kitchen and lounge was very practical and comfortable for us and our 2 dogs. My only criticism would be that it would be good to have some form of stock fencing around the bottom of the fence either side of the gate, we couldnt let the dogs out without being on a lead because the road is busy. Thank you Mandy for renting us your house ... Mrs Ritchie (December 2018)
The house met all of our needs for a perfect Christmas. The en-suite bedrooms really good for a large group and the house was very warm and cosy. The large kitchen and lounge was very practical and comfortable for us and our 2 dogs. My only criticism would be that it would be good to have some form of stock fencing around the bottom of the fence either side of the gate, we couldnt let the dogs out without being on a lead because the road is busy. Thank you Mandy for renting us your house and also for the welcome pack, the eggs were delicious. Annette Ritchie Mrs Ritchie (December 2018)
There was a lack of cooking and serving utensils and 'sharp' knives. There was also a shortage of wine glasses. We feel we must complain about the entrance to the property from the road. It is on a high speed bend and visibilty is very poor. We suggest that the owner cuts the hedges on either side of the gateway to improve visibilty. Apart from that we had an enjoyable time and our family party (1 to 80 years old) held in the garden was a fantastic success with all ages. Mr Yardley (October 2018)
We have stayed in many properties throughout the years in Kent and surrounding area and have always previously had positive experiences. Please note that we are very keen on period properties but there is a fine line between period and worn out. Mr Ratheram (September 2018)
Plenty of space inside and outside to please everyone. Garden especially good for children. Loved the swing. Eclectic mix of decorations enjoyed as talking points and all felt relaxed in the environment. Cars little difficult to get out and would benefit from trimming hedge at entrance for cars. Lots to do in area. Will be back. Mrs Rees (August 2018)
We loved the cottage and its beautiful gardens. Gardens were well tended. Beds very comfortable. Lovely towels and bedding. Comfortable lounge. A few things that would have been helpful. Water pressure in main bathroom very slow. Took ages to fill bath. Kitchen poorly equipped. No serving bowls or casserole dishes. No potato masher . Log burner not very eficeint.. We loved the area and had a great week , Would go back. Mrs Mayor (March 2018)
The owner (Mandy) is very helpful and available locally if required. I think visitors need to be aware that whilst the local pub (The Eight Bells, Jevington) is only an 18 minute walk away I would strongly advise that you do not walk along the road to get there and back, particularly in the dark. The road is narrow with quite steep banking on both sides of the road and we quickly turned back after about 100 metres. The choices to walk to the pub are then confined to walking up the public footpath opposite (about 50 yards down the road) through a steep wooded area and across a couple of fields or up the concrete path through the farm next door and then joining a bridleway that eventually brings you out opposite Street Farm in Jevington. The former takes about 25 minutes the latter about 40. I wouldn't recommend doing either in the dark but during the day it's fine. Clearly the only safe alternative after dark is taking the car (3-4 mins). That said we really enjoyed our week and the grandchildren loved playing in the large garden. Mr Cracknell (March 2018)
Cottage looks brilliant, is well appointed with all the thing you would need. Great location, easy central point. Just a very nice homely cottage. Would love to stay again. Mr Ashurst (January 2018)
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Gibbys Cottage in Jevington near Eastbourne - sleeps 7 people
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