The Lodges at New House Farm is pleased to announce that from 2019 the Grade II Listed 6
bedroom Farmhouse will be available for hire, along with the 6 luxury Lodges set within the 12
acres of private land in the heart of An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Just one hour from Central London, The Lodges at New House Farm – a relaxed, blissful, East
Sussex estate is the perfect, high end, rural escape with 15 large double bedrooms which can
sleep 30+ people.
The estate is set in 12 acres at the top of the beautiful Rother Valley, with uninterrupted views
for miles from all around the estate. At the heart of this country estate is the recently
converted Long Barn – a 300 year old, 50-meter long, sumptuous space for our guests to meet
and relax in. It is perfectly set up for special occasions, group dining and parties.
There is an outdoor heated swimming pool, with its own private gardens and terraces, and an
elevated hot tub with breathtaking panoramic views over the rolling valleys.
The six Lodges sleep between 2 to 6 people, with king size beds, high end personal catering
facilities, wood burning stoves, cast iron Victorian roll top baths, wet rooms as well as TV and
entertainment facilities. Each Lodge is a peaceful hideaway with fantastic rural views – perfect
to relax, unwind and recharge.
Also, amongst this relaxed, rural estate, there are multiple areas to host groups for dining or
meetings, both large (up to 80) or small. There is a private river walk along the banks of the
River Rother, which flows directly out to sea, and many secluded spaces to relax in, wildflower
meadows, streams, woodland walks and beautifully kept walled gardens.
A range of indulgent treatments can be provided in the comfort of your own room or in the
peaceful Orchard treatment space. The most popular is a 70 min full body massage, which is a
full top to toe body treatment. This treatment is completely bespoke, so you can decide if you
prefer deep tissue, feather soft or anywhere in-between, using organic hand poured essential
oils and includes elements of reiki, Ko Bo Do and Balinese massage.
We also offer a range of dining experiences here at New House Farm with our chefs and
growers, using the best and freshest local produce on offer, which can be enjoyed in the
comfort of your Lodge, the Farmhouse or for larger groups, in the Long Barn, as an
unforgettable and unique feast. In addition we work with a range of award-winning local
suppliers, where a selection of personally selected produce can await your arrival, and hampers
can also be created, whether that’s something for breakfast, a picnic hamper or something
more special to celebrate with.
The Lodges at New House Farm is a genuine countryside experience – your own private retreat
with swimming pool, hot tub and luxury accommodation. Being here is to be surrounded by a
Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the peaceful, bucolic scenes that surround
Contemporary, artistic and elegant, Brasserie of Light is a new destination restaurant and bar offering all day dining in a chic, Art Deco space set within Selfridges department store.
The centrepiece of the restaurant is a 24ft crystal encrusted Pegasus statue created especially by Damien Hirst, his largest scale artwork in London. Martin Brudnizki consulted on the design, which features bold, colourful and light filled interiors, with an impressive central bar and private dining room. Diners enter the double-height space via an exclusive entrance on Duke Street.
Brasserie of Light serves an eclectic mix of classic British and internationally inspired dishes with an extensive all-day A La Carte menu featuring; breakfast, elevenses, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and weekend brunch alongside wine and cocktails.
From sunrise to late evening, Brasserie of Light offers something for everyone.
A hugely popular Taiwanese dim sum spot, it’s been going since 1972 – winning itself Michelin stars and worldwide acclaim in the process (the New York Times reckons it’s up there in the world’s ten best restaurants). And for its London debut, it’s arrived in style – commandeering an airy, bi-level space in Covent Garden, which is decked out with sleek oriental wood panelling and soft leather banquettes overlooking an open kitchen where the dumpling prep takes place.