While you're here

The Lodges at New House Farm is a holiday location set in 12 acres of private land, accessed only by a rural track leading off from a public lane (take care driving down the access track). The farm is south facing, enjoying the sun from  dawn till sunset.  We are at the top of the Rother Valley with the grounds leading all the way down to the River Rother itself. There are many beautiful areas and hidden features to discover and relax in, completely undisturbed. It is one of the most peaceful, rural settings you could hope to find, with plenty of space for everyone to enjoy themselves in groups or separately.

The views, the communal facilities and beautiful gardens and fields make The Lodges at New House Farm very much a destination in its own right. Even a cold winter’s night, curled up in front of a wood burning stove staring deep over the valley from your own sofa or bed make for a memorable experience. Relaxing with friends in front of the fire in the barn is one of the greatest places to spend time together. However, the local area also has so much to offer whilst you are staying with us, anytime during the year.

Please take note of our safety advice and country code information.

A wide range of activities and features are available to guests, both on and off-site.  

These include:  

New house farm tree

Activities at New House Farm

Country code & Safety

We want our guests to enjoy this rural escape in safety, and welcome you to enjoy the farm’ s grounds and gardens, being aware that this is the great outdoors, and reasonable caution needs to be taken in such an untouched environment. Please  be  aware  of  any  privacy  signs,  and  realise  the  care  needed  to be  taken when  near  water. Any  areas  of  water  risks  are  clearly  marked.  (Our  email Welcome Pack  - also supplied in each suite documents all safety notices)

We  also  have  completely  free  roaming  chickens,  cats  and  children. This  is  a peaceful destination where we need to look out for each other. We also have a couple of friendly sheep and a mini horse who are in their own paddock. We ask you to take care when driving on the farm, no faster than 5 miles per hour, for the safety of all who are living  or  staying  here,  and actively  encourage  walking  and  cycling  as  ways  to explore the local area - we provide many walking maps and information on local sites of interest to visit as part of your experience here.